Challenges on the Path Toward Sustainability in Europe : Social Responsibility and Circular Economy Perspectives.

Challenges On the Path Toward Sustainability in Europeoffers a theoretical and empirical approach to addressing sustainable development, providing rich data analysis at cross-country level, as well as practical examples from the European context.

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Other Authors: Žabkar, Vesna., Redek, Tjaša.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • Half Title Page
  • Titile Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Contents
  • About the Contributors
  • The Challenges on the Path Toward Sustainability in the EU
  • What is Sustainability?
  • What are the Main Challenges on the Path Toward Sustainability for EU
  • What is in this Book
  • References
  • PART I-WHERE DOES EUROPE STAND?
  • Sustainable Development Goals in the EU and the Challenges in Their Implementation
  • Sustainable Development Goals in the EU and the Challenges in Their Implementation
  • Sustainable Development at the Global Level
  • Sustainable Development as Policy Priority in the EU
  • Challenges in Progress Toward Sustainable Development in the EU
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • How Far is the European Union from Sustainable Development Goals?
  • How Far is the European Union from Sustainable Development Goals?
  • EU Progress Toward the SDGs
  • SDGs with Significant Progress
  • SDGs with Moderate Movement Away
  • SDGs with Moderate Progress
  • Progress in Other Areas
  • Progress Toward SDGs in the Old and New EU Members
  • Score Value Comparison Between for Each of the SDGs Between Old and New EU Members
  • SDG Indicators with the Biggest Difference Between Old and New EU Members
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • PART II-THE CORPORATE AND CONSUMER PERSPECTIVE
  • Strategic CSR: Mapping the State-of-the-Art
  • INTRODUCTION
  • Methods
  • Data Acquisition and Preparation
  • Data Analysis
  • Research and Analysis
  • Analysis of Leading Journals and References
  • Co-word Analysis
  • Discussion and Conclusions
  • References
  • Toward Better Understanding of the Corporate Sustainability Concept
  • Corporate Sustainability
  • Definition and Development of the Concept
  • Three Dimensions of Corporate Sustainability
  • Natural Capital/Planet
  • Social Capital/People
  • Non-substitutability, Irreversibility and Non-linearity of Capital Depletion
  • The Need for the Inclusion of Sustainability in Strategic Management
  • Environmental Issues in Strategic Management
  • Social Issues in Strategic Management
  • Understanding the Motives for and Results of Corporate Sustainability
  • Results of Corporate Sustainability Strategies
  • DISCUSSION AND SUGGESTIONS
  • Suggestions for Further Research
  • References
  • Why Does a Firm Go Bankrupt?
  • Introduction
  • Predicting Corporate Bankruptcy from Accounting Data
  • Dataset
  • Capital Structure Theory and Firm Survival
  • Determinants of Firm Survival
  • Summary and Implications
  • References
  • Innovation for a Greener and More Profitable Future: A Conceptual Approach
  • Innovation for a Greener and More Profitable Future: A Conceptual Approach
  • Innovation Performance and Green Innovation Around the World
  • Innovation Activities at the Level of Companies
  • Innovation Policy for More Green Innovations
  • Conclusion
  • References