Are Australian Universities Making Good Use of ICT for CSR Reporting?
AbstractThe higher education system in Australia has witnessed various government initiatives that have provided funding to integrate corporate social responsibility (CSR) issues and thus contribute to the training of professionals with a strong sense of ethics, social values and concern for the repercussions of business activities in society. There are increasing demands from stakeholders for more transparent and more accountable information, including questions related to CSR. This paper analyses the policies and communication strategies regarding CSR information applied in Australian universities and considers whether they are making good use of information and communication technologies (ICT) to facilitate interaction with stakeholders. The results show that ICT have not been considered a relevant tool in terms of improving accountability regarding CSR concerns in Australian universities, although they could represent a differentiation factor in the competitive environment of higher education. View Full-Text
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Sánchez, R.G.; Bolívar, M.P.R.; Hernández, A.M.L. Are Australian Universities Making Good Use of ICT for CSR Reporting? Sustainability 2015, 7, 14895-14916.
Sánchez RG, Bolívar MPR, Hernández AML. Are Australian Universities Making Good Use of ICT for CSR Reporting? Sustainability. 2015; 7(11):14895-14916.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sánchez, Raquel G.; Bolívar, Manuel P.R.; Hernández, Antonio M.L. 2015. "Are Australian Universities Making Good Use of ICT for CSR Reporting?" Sustainability 7, no. 11: 14895-14916.