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Finance and Economy for Society: Integrating Sustainability Vol: 11

Sharam Alijani
NEOMA Business School, France

Catherine Karyotis
NEOMA Business School, France

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22 Dec 2016
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
400 pages - 152 x 229 x 16mm
Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability


Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability examines the social, economic and environmental impacts of corporations, and the real effects of corporate governance, CSR and business sustainability on societies in different regions. It facilitates a better understanding of how value systems, cultures and traditions in different societies may affect the policies and practices of corporate responsibility, governance and sustainability. The latest volume in the series identifies the future development trends of corporate responsibility, governance and sustainability in contexts when examining and exploring those key issues.
PART I: INTRODUCTION Society at the Crossroads: The Path to a Sustainable Economy - Sharam Alijani and Catherine Karyotis PART II: UNPACKING THE FINANCIAL CRISIS: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES Corporate Governance and Inequality: The Impact of Financialization and Shareholder Value - Thomas Clarke and Soheyla Gholamshahi the Global Financial Crisis and Neo-Liberal Financialization - Peter V. Rajsingh the Contradiction Between the Time Value of Money and Sustainability - Dirk Baur and Thomas Lagoarde-Segot Finance and Mathematics: Merger or Acquisition – Sébastien Lleo and Jessica Li PART III: SUSTAINABLE FINANCE: ETHICAL AND INNOVATION DILEMMAS Ethical Issues in Finance - Gérard Béduneau and Bruno Gizard Socially Responsible Investment as a Process for Assessing Csr Strategies: Theoretical Implications for Csr - Grégory Schneider-Maunoury and Alexis Gouin the Innovation Dilemma in the Financial Industry: French Domestic Credit Institutions - Pascale De Rozario Ten Challenges to Have a Sustainable Financial System - Catherine Karyotis and Joseph Onochie Finance as a Common: from Environmental Management to Microfinance and Back - Davide Forcella and Jean-Michel Servet PART IV: MOVING TOWARD SUSTAINABLE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC MODELS the “Triple Depreciation Line” Accounting Model and Its Application to the Human Capital - Alexandre Rambaud and Jacques Richard Exploring New Ways to Assess the Impact of Microfinance: What Role for the Capability Approach? - Asmae Diani and Julienne Brabet Toward a Socially Rational Management: Insights from Japanese and Islamic Business Ethics - Hideko Sakurai and Ayako Sendo Building Capabilities Through Social Innovation: Implications for the Economy and Society - Sharam Alijani, Alvaro Luna, Javier Castro-Spila and Alfonso Unceta Social Innovation Business Models: Coping with Antagonistic Objectives and Assets - Tamami Komatsu, Alessandro Deserti, Francesca Rizzo, Manuela Celi and Sharam Alijani Coping with Social Innovation Dilemmas: An Exploratory Study of Middle Range Theory - Dieter Rehfeld and Judith Terstriep About the Authors Index
Sharam Alijani is Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at Neoma Business School and a Research Fellow at ‘HABITER IRCS’ Center, Reims Champagne-Ardenne University. His teachings and research focus on strategic management, entrepreneurship, ethics, sustainability and social innovation. He currently serves as Associate Editor of the European Social Innovation Review and is the co-organizer of the ‘Finance, Economy and Society’ track at the European Academy of Management. Sharam has served in numerous executive and consulting capacities and taught as visiting faculty in Europe, China and the United States. He is the President of AMU North America, an entrepreneurial hub for social innovators and high-tech startups. His research has appeared in numerous international academic journals and books, including the Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (2016, Springer). He is the coordinator of the SIMAPCT research team at Neoma Business School. Catherine Karyotis, HDR, is Professor of Finance at Neoma Business School and Head of the Master in International Financial Analysis at the Reims campus. She has been previously involved with Euroclear, a financial services company that specializes in the settlement of securities and is currently a member of the Scientific Committee of the French Society of Financial Analysts. Catherine is the co-organizer of the ‘Finance, Economy and Society’ track at the European Academy of Management. Her teaching and research focus on bank and finance and capital markets. Catherine has published in international academic as well as professional journals in France and is the author of ‘L’essentiel de la banque’ (Gualino, 2016) and co-author of ‘Introduction a` la finance du marche´’ (Pearson, 2015).

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