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The need for a more holistic dimension of corporate operations on social interest has driven this study to explore the specific area of human rights reporting. Drawing upon institutional theory of organizations, we hypothesized that leverage, the presence of international operations and the government ownership influenced human rights disclosure (with size and profitability as control variables). Based on the data collected from the annual reports of construction firms in 2009, our findingsfatcat:qx6s2qtqpjdirb6lamcqdvgo3m