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ESG: New Age Financial Reporting in India - Challenges for Future

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 58 Issue 2

Published: 2022
Author(s) Name: Nand L. Dhameja, Samo Bobek, Manish Dhameja and Priyanka Singh | Author(s) Affiliation: Manav Rachna Institute of International Research and Studies, Faridabad.
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The story of Environmental Social Governance (ESG) began in January 2004 with the joint initiative of United Nation, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Swiss Government. ESG framework covers intangible factors and forces impacting organizations so as to be linked with the global social credit system. A business should have high ESG score in order to be in business for long unless there is a change in its behavior. In India, credit rating agencies like, CARE and CRISIL and banks have carried out surveys to work out ESG metrices among companies. This study highlights the need to develop ESG metrices for infrastructure projects, services namely, education, health care, transport, postal and communication, irrigation and water works deploying sizeable GDP.

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