Adaptive management reporting system in inter-organizational relations of agricultural enterprises according to ESG principles

Liudmila I. Khoruzhy, Yuriy N. Katkov, Anastasiya A. Romanova, Ekaterina A. Katkova, Meri K. Dzhikiya

Article ID: 1649
Vol 6, Issue 2, 2022

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Due to the lack of clear regulation of management accounting at the state level in Russia, the authors conducted a study based on an analysis of information sources, an expert survey on their reliability, and a case method, which resulted in a reporting form compiled for the production process of an agro-industrial enterprise (grain products) as part of inter-organizational company cooperation. The developed management reporting system (composed of eight consecutive stages: standard reports, specialized reports, itemized query reports, notification reports, statistical reports, prognostic reports, modeling results reports, and process optimization reports), on one hand, allows solving a set of tasks to increase the competitiveness of Russian agro-industrial enterprises within the framework of inter-organizational management accounting. On the other hand, the introduction of ESG principles into the management reporting system (calculation of the environmental (E) index, which assesses the company’s impact on the natural ecosystem and covers emissions and efficient use of natural resources in the agricultural production process) increases the level of control and minimizes the risks of an unfair approach of individual partners to environmental issues.


agro-industrial complex; environmental, social, and governance (ESG); digital economy; simulation modeling

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