Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability: Measuring Intangible, Fiscal, and Ethical Assets


Progress of corporate history since the industrial revolution has been an enormous growth in freedom of enterprise, economic prosperity, innovation, technical, and intellectual advancement but it has also been, stoking the passions of greed, a slow and sure decay of morality, and social order culminating in high unemployment and Occupy Wall Street movements.
Business enterprise is a profound thought of good intentions toward the society, which sets apart corporate culture over individual choice. A culture is a function of true knowledge of awareness, an identity with the ethical responsibility, that by which corporate infers and society teaches. Immanuel Kant raised the question whether a science of metaphysics with a logical structure, like that of the well- established mathematical and natural sciences is possible? Measuring ethical assets usage, is crucial for corporate to bring the abstractions into reality, acknowledge value where value is due, and deconstruct what is valueless.
This book addresses these issues effectively by subject – object distinction of qualitative and quantitative elements of management, what Kant had pleaded for.


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Jayaraman Rajah Iyer

Jayaraman Rajah Iyer, chartered accountant, has a unique insight into corporate management practices, culled from ex- perience across the globe. His proprietary IBCM (inactivity based cost management)…

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July 20, 2020





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