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By José Luis Retolaza, Leire San-José, Maite Ruíz-Roqueñi

This booklet bargains with the restrictions of monetary and monetary accounting as a suitable software to mirror the genuine price created or destroyed through a company. The authors current a sustainable social accounting process that considers either the social and fiscal worth – mixed price – generated via a company for all of its stakeholders. This technique relies on 4 significant theories – Stakeholder idea, motion learn, Phenomenological viewpoint and Fuzzy common sense – and used to be built at the foundation of a cost-benefit analysis.

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1). Subsequently, these value variables must be redefined to orient them towards indicators so that it is possible to identify the outputs and proxies related to them. 4 shows an example of value variables oriented towards indicators for the case of Lantegi Batuak. e. (1) the social value generated via economic activities; (2) the socio-economic return generated for the public administration; and (3) the specific social value generated for specific stakeholder groups. The diagram in Fig. 4 shows how the value variables are grouped in these three ecosystems.

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5). From the viewpoint of fuzzy logic, in which there is no need for there to be a single value, the two indicators are both considered as suitable and mutually complementary, even though the resulting values differ considerably. However, since the transformation rule is known both measures can be used to give a better view of the social value generated. We propose that the Cash Value Added Statement (CVAS) be used in micro-analyses to calculate the value of an economic unit. In line with the GRI, we believe that it provides a better reflection of the overall generation and distribution of value captured but not necessarily added by an organization.

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