Business sustainability in Asia: Compliance, performance, and integrated reporting and assurance

Zabihollah Rezaee, Judy Tsui, Peter Cheng, Gaoguang Zhou

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Get familiar with business sustainability in Asia

Business Sustainability in Asia offers 12 chapters that cover different aspects of business sustainability with a keen focus on its implications in Asia. Anyone who is involved with business sustainability and corporate governance, the financial reporting process, investment decisions, legal and financial advising, assurance functions, and corporate governance education will be interested in this book.

It examines business sustainability performance, reporting and assurance and their integration into strategy, governance, risk assessment, performance management, and the reporting process of disclosing governance, ethics, social, environmental, and economic sustainable performance. The book also highlights how people, businesses, and resources collaborate in a business sustainability and accountability model.

•Develop an awareness and understanding of the main themes, perspectives, frameworks, and issues pertaining to corporate governance and business sustainability in Asia

•Covers a variety of issues relevant to business sustainability in Asia

•Authored by an expert who has written extensively on the subject

•Understand why organizations worldwide recognize the importance of sustainability performance

If you’re a business leader, executive, auditor, or student looking to familiarize yourself with this emerging subject, Business Sustainability in Asia has you covered.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages401
ISBN (Electronic)9781119502302, 9781119502258
ISBN (Print)9781119502319
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2019

Scopus Subject Areas

  • Economics, Econometrics and Finance(all)
  • Business, Management and Accounting(all)


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