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This EBook is a collection of articles submitted by the participants to the Harvard Business School’s 2010 “Workshop on Integrated Reporting: Frameworks and Action Plan.” The purpose of this EBook is to help broaden the awareness of integrated reporting, to help give it greater definition and clarity, and to help spread its broad adoption around the world.

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