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Strategically Informed, Environmentally Conscious Information Requirements for Accounting Information Systems
Journal of Information Systems (2005)
  • Darrell L. Brown, Portland State University
  • Jesse F. Dillard, Portland State University
  • Scott Marshall, Portland State University
Abstract
Accounting information systems (AIS) should provide the information firms need to manage organizational activities. Environmental considerations are increasingly important in the business world, so firms are attending more to environmental risks and activities. AIS must respond to these emerging environmental requirements. We develop an information matrix for identifying alternative management strategies for framing and responding to environmental issues. The proposed matrix provides a tool for identifying the information collected, stored, analyzed, and reported in environmentally attuned accounting information systems.
Disciplines
Publication Date
Fall 2005
DOI
10.2308/jis.2005.19.2.79
Citation Information
Darrell L. Brown, Jesse F. Dillard, and R. Scott Marshall (2005) Strategically Informed, Environmentally Conscious Information Requirements for Accounting Information Systems. Journal of Information Systems: Fall 2005, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 79-103