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Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism. Towards Common Metrics and Consistent Reporting of Sustainable Value Creation WHITE PAPER SEPTEMBER 2020



This report identifies a set of Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics. Drawn from existing voluntary standards, the report offers comparable metrics and disclosures across four pillars considered the most critical for business, society and the planet. Our aim is to catalyze the convergence, simplification and standardization of the non-financial reporting ecosystem.







Issuer (type)

World Economic Forum (WEF) (Industry)

Instrument type

White Paper

Disclosure instrument


Geographical scope


Mandatory or voluntary



Deloitte; EY; KPMG; PwC

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    • E focus: climate change, climate risk, degradation, emissions, energy, environment, fisheries, forests, fresh water, ghg emissions, greenhouse gas, land use, oceans, pollution, recycling, renewable energy, solid waste, waste, water, water risk, water scarcity, wetlands, biodiversity
    • S focus: collective bargaining, compensation, discrimination, diversity, employee turnover, forced labour, gender pay, human capital, human right, human rights, intellectual property, recruiting, recruitment, social impacts, value creation, working time, children
    • G focus: audit, bribery, competitive behaviour, corruption, esg reporting, financial reporting, lobbying, money laundering, responsible investment, risk management, accountability
    • GRI 201, GRI 202, GRI 203, GRI 204, GRI 205, GRI 304, GRI 305, GRI 401, GRI 403, GRI 404, GRI 405, GRI 406, GRI 407, GRI 408, GRI 409, GRI 412, GRI 415, GRI 102
    • Administrative services, Agriculture, Education, Finance, Management, Manufacturing, Mining, Professional services, Real estate, Retail trade, Transportation