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Are Social Marketing Investments Used as a Tool for Voluntary Reporting or Disclosure? Evidence From Turkey's Ise 100, the Law and other Social Sciences

The need to respond to a number of issues that are experienced due to increasing population at the global level and volume of production have resulted with the development of new corporate behavioral patterns of enterprises. It is possible to say that the process of change in question constitutes new milestones both in terms of reporting and marketing. The study on hand emphasizes a social marketing and sustainability reporting that includes social sanctions per se which is based on voluntariness and which is being applied by enterprises to express themselves within the scope of daily business practices, and exemplifying cases are being presented regarding the utilization of social marketing investments of organizations in terms of voluntary reporting and disclosure.[1]


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  1. Tugba Ucma Uysal, Ganite Kurt, Ali KARABULUT, “Are social marketing investments used as a tool for voluntary reporting or disclosure? Evidence from Turkey's ISE 100” (Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, 4th Edition, Information Resources Management Association, 2018)

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