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Title: A study of environmental accounting practices in selected Indian companies
Keywords: Environmental accounting; Green balance sheet; Environmental costs; Environmental benefits
Researcher: Ramesh L
Guide(s): Madegowda J
Registration Date: 25-12-2013
Abstract: There is no consensus as to the constituents of environmental costs and benefits, and the methodology of their measurement. The major problem, therefore, is about quantification of environmental costs and benefits. The proposed study, therefore, plans to analyze environmental costs and benefits from the point of view of corporate level environmental accounting practices laying emphasis on both the internal and external points of view. Further, it is proposed to examine the corporate activities that result in environmental costs and benefits, and how they are quantified and reported. Besides, the entire evaluation will be made in the light of applicable rules, regulations, standards, etc. This study, therefore, makes an attempt to examine the current corporate practices in the light of the relevant laws, rules, standards, guidelines, etc., in vogue. newline
Language: English
Appears in Department:Department of Commerce

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