O Relato Ambiental Obrigatório nas Empresas Cotadas no PSI20

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CARLOS MATA • ANA FIALHO • TERESA EUGÉNIO

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Índice

1. INTRODUÇÃO
2. ENQUADRAMENTO TEÓRICO
2.2 ESTUDOS PRÉVIOS
3. METODOLOGIA DA INVESTIGAÇÃO
3.1 HIPÓTESES
3.2 AMOSTRA
3.3 MÉTODO DE RECOLHA DOS DADOS
4. RESULTADOS
5. CONCLUSÕES E LIMITAÇÕES DO ESTUDO

Curriculum Vitae

Carlos Mata é doutorando em Gestão na Universidade de Évora – Portugal. Atualmente é Professor Adjunto do Departamento de Contabilidade e Finanças da Escola Superior de Ciências Empresariais do Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal – Portugal. Membro do CICE-ESCE/IPS. As áreas de investigação do seu interesse são em Responsabilidade Social Corporativa; Contabilidade Ambiental, Ética Empresarial e Governo Corporativo.

Carlos Mata is a Ph.D. student in Management at University of Évora – Portugal. Is now an Associate Professor at the Accounting and Finance Department in College of Business Administration of the Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal – Portugal and a Researcher of CICE-ESCE/IPS. His research interests are in the areas of Corporate Social Responsibility, Environmental Accounting, Business Ethics and Corporate Governance.

Ana Fialho obteve o Doutoramento em 2004 pela Universidade de Saragoça – Espanha. Atualmente é Professora Auxiliar do Departamento de Gestão da Escola de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Évora – Portugal e Colaboradora do CEFAGE-UE. As áreas de investigação do seu interesse são em Contabilidade Financeira, Contabilidade Internacional e Contabilidade Ambiental.

Ana Fialho has received a Ph.D. from the Saragoça University, Spain in 2004. Is now an Auxiliar Professor at the Management Department in Social Science School of the University of Évora – Portugal and a Researcher Collaborator of CEFAGE-UE. Her research interests are in the areas of Financial Accounting, International Accounting and Environmental Accounting.

Teresa Eugénio obteve o Doutoramento em 2009 pelo ISCTE – Portugal. Atualmente é Professora Adjunta no Departamento de Gestão e Economia da Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão do Instituto Politécnico de Leiria – Portugal. Membro do CIGS e do CIFC. As áreas de investigação do seu interesse são a Contabilidade Financeira, Contabilidade para a Sustentabilidade e Auditoria.

Teresa Eugénio has received a Ph.D. from ISCTE Business School – Portugal, Lisbon in 2009. Is now an Associate Professor at the Management and Economic Department in the Technology and Management School of the Polytechnic of Leiria – Portugal and a Research of CIGS and CIFC. Her research interests are in the areas of Financial Accounting, Accounting for Sustainability and Auditing.

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