The objectives of this research are the following ones:OB1: recognition of existing legislation in the area of gender diversity in terms of mandatory reporting; OB2: recognition of frameworks and guidelines in the area of gender diversity in terms of voluntary reporting; OB3: analysis of integrated reports of a sample of companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange referring to the two years 2009 and 2013 (before and after the mandatory requirement of drawing up of Integrated Reporting).

Paoloni, P., Doni, F., Fortuna, F. (2016). Gender Diversity Information and Integrated Reporting. Empirical Evidence from South Africa. In Culture and gender issues.

Gender Diversity Information and Integrated Reporting. Empirical Evidence from South Africa

DONI, FEDERICA;
2016

Abstract

The objectives of this research are the following ones:OB1: recognition of existing legislation in the area of gender diversity in terms of mandatory reporting; OB2: recognition of frameworks and guidelines in the area of gender diversity in terms of voluntary reporting; OB3: analysis of integrated reports of a sample of companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange referring to the two years 2009 and 2013 (before and after the mandatory requirement of drawing up of Integrated Reporting).
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Integrated Reporting, listed companies, gender, diversity, dislcosure, South Africa
English
2nd Workshop on gender: Culture and gender issues
Paoloni, P., Doni, F., Fortuna, F. (2016). Gender Diversity Information and Integrated Reporting. Empirical Evidence from South Africa. In Culture and gender issues.
Paoloni, P; Doni, F; Fortuna, F
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