This study aims to analyze the effect of corporate social responsibility disclosure and corporate governance on aggressive tax action. This study analyzes corporate social responsibility disclosure based on Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), corporate governance analysis using Asean Corporate Governance Scorecard and measurement of aggressive tax action by using abnormal book tax difference (ABTD). This study was conducted using secondary data in the form of annual reports and financial statements of companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2012-2014. Sampling was done by purposive sampling, with non probability method. Determination of many samples based on companies that disclose corporate social responsibility in accordance with content analysis on GRI4. Using regression analysis for testing the research model, the results of the analysis show that the disclosure of corporate social responsibility negatively affects aggressive tax action. The results also show that corporate governance through corporate boards can reduce aggressive tax action by firms, while the audit committee and internal audit in this study have little effect on the tendency of aggressive tax action. The study's contribution is to examine corporate governance factors that have not been tested in research on social responsibility by using GRI and Asean Scorecard measures against aggressive tax action.
|Journal||Journal of Economics, Business & Accountancy Ventura|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|