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Finance and Sustainability : Towards a New Paradigm? A Post-crisis Agenda

By: Sun, William.
Contributor(s): Louche, Celine | Perez, Roland.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability,2: Publisher: Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011Description: 1 online resource (395 p.).ISBN: 9781780520933.Subject(s): Business ethics | Corporate governance -- Law and legislation | Corporate governance | Social responsibility in bankingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Finance and Sustainability : Towards a New Paradigm? A Post-crisis AgendaDDC classification: 346.0664 LOC classification: HF5387.5.A78Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
FRONT COVER; FINANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY: TOWARDS A NEW PARADIGM? A POST-CRISIS AGENDA; COPYRIGHT PAGE; CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF FIGURES; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; EDITORIAL ADVISORY AND REVIEW BOARD; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; PART I: INTRODUCTION; FINANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY: EXPLORING THE REALITY WE ARE MAKING; FINANCIAL PARADIGMS AND PARADIGM SHIFTS; SUSTAINABILITY AND FINANCE; CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE VOLUME; CONCLUDING REMARKS; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART II: FINANCIAL CAPITALISM AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: THE CHANGING REALITY; TOWARDS A FIDUCIARY CAPITALISM PERSPECTIVE ON BUSINESS ETHICS
WHAT IS FIDUCIARY CAPITALISM?THE NORWAY PENSION FUND-GLOBAL: DEONTOLOGICAL AND TELEOLOGICAL ETHICAL TRADITIONS; MILTON FRIEDMAN'S CHALLENGE: IS IT BASED ON A COMPLETE READING OF SMITH?; FIDUCIARY CAPITALISM, UNIVERSAL OWNERSHIP, ESG/RI/SI AND 'MATERIALITY'; CONCLUSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; 'CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY': A NEW REGULATION OF CAPITALISM? AN INSTITUTIONALIST INTERPRETATIVE FRAMEWORK OF CSR, BASED ON THE…; FROM 'FORDISM' TO CSR: IN FAVOUR OF A THEORY OF FREE FLOWING EXCHANGE; CSR MAY REPLACE THE FORDIST COMPROMISE; CONCLUSION; NOTES; REFERENCES
CSR AND 'BEST INTERESTS OF THE CORPORATION': NEW PURPOSE FOR CORPORATIONS AND MANAGERS? A COMPARATIVE VIEW FROM NORTH AMERICAN…AMERICAN POSITION: TOWARDS FUTURE CHANGE?; FRENCH AND CANADIAN POSITIONS: CHANGE IN ACTION; IMPLICATIONS: SHAREHOLDER AND STAKEHOLDER INTERESTS IN BALANCE; CONCLUSIONS; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART III: SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING: MECHANISMS AND STRATEGIES IN REALITY SHAPING; CHANGING THE DOMINANT CONVENTION: THE ROLE OF EMERGING INITIATIVES IN MAINSTREAMING ESG; ESG INTEGRATION: OVERVIEW OF AN EMERGING TREND
THE ROLE OF COLLECTIVE BELIEFS IN STOCK VALUATION AND INVESTMENT PROCESSESEMPIRICAL EXPLORATION: METHODS AND RESULTS; CONCLUDING REMARKS; NOTES; REFERENCES; APPENDIX A: THE PRINCIPLES OF RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT (PRI); APPENDIX B: EXAMPLES OF INVESTMENT CONSULTING COMPANIES OFFERING SERVICES RELATED TO ESG INTEGRATION; ACTIVISM IN EUROPEAN PENSION FUNDS: EXERTING PRESSURE ON INTERMEDIARIES; THE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEBATE AND INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS; SELECTION OF THE CASES; SHAREHOLDER ACTIVISM: A DUTCH PENSION FUND; SHAREHOLDER ACTIVISM: A BRITISH PENSION FUND; DISCUSSION: STRONG ISOMORPHISM
REFERENCESAPPENDIX: SELECTED REGULATIONS AND PRONOUNCEMENTS ON SHAREHOLDER ACTIVISM; DRIVERS OF SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT IN THE FRENCH FINANCIAL MARKET; THE INTEGRATION OF SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT INTO THE FINANCIAL MARKET; THE METHODOLOLGY ADOPTED: AN INTERPRETIVE APPROACH; RESULTS: THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LEGITIMIZATION STRATEGIES; DISCUSSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; THE EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO TRUST IN SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT FUNDS; SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTORS AND THE PERFORMANCE OF SRI FUNDS; TRUST AND ITS MEASUREMENT; INTEGRITY AS A PRECURSOR OF TRUST
MANIPULATING THE PERCEPTION OF INTEGRITY: THE METHODS
Summary: This collection opens new avenues of comprehending corporate social responsibility, reveals mechanisms and strategies in shaping the reality of responsible finance, searches alternative approaches towards financial sustainability, and explores new thinking of coping with complex financial choice and financial risks.
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FRONT COVER; FINANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY: TOWARDS A NEW PARADIGM? A POST-CRISIS AGENDA; COPYRIGHT PAGE; CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF FIGURES; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; EDITORIAL ADVISORY AND REVIEW BOARD; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; PART I: INTRODUCTION; FINANCE AND SUSTAINABILITY: EXPLORING THE REALITY WE ARE MAKING; FINANCIAL PARADIGMS AND PARADIGM SHIFTS; SUSTAINABILITY AND FINANCE; CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE VOLUME; CONCLUDING REMARKS; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART II: FINANCIAL CAPITALISM AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: THE CHANGING REALITY; TOWARDS A FIDUCIARY CAPITALISM PERSPECTIVE ON BUSINESS ETHICS

WHAT IS FIDUCIARY CAPITALISM?THE NORWAY PENSION FUND-GLOBAL: DEONTOLOGICAL AND TELEOLOGICAL ETHICAL TRADITIONS; MILTON FRIEDMAN'S CHALLENGE: IS IT BASED ON A COMPLETE READING OF SMITH?; FIDUCIARY CAPITALISM, UNIVERSAL OWNERSHIP, ESG/RI/SI AND 'MATERIALITY'; CONCLUSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; 'CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY': A NEW REGULATION OF CAPITALISM? AN INSTITUTIONALIST INTERPRETATIVE FRAMEWORK OF CSR, BASED ON THE…; FROM 'FORDISM' TO CSR: IN FAVOUR OF A THEORY OF FREE FLOWING EXCHANGE; CSR MAY REPLACE THE FORDIST COMPROMISE; CONCLUSION; NOTES; REFERENCES

CSR AND 'BEST INTERESTS OF THE CORPORATION': NEW PURPOSE FOR CORPORATIONS AND MANAGERS? A COMPARATIVE VIEW FROM NORTH AMERICAN…AMERICAN POSITION: TOWARDS FUTURE CHANGE?; FRENCH AND CANADIAN POSITIONS: CHANGE IN ACTION; IMPLICATIONS: SHAREHOLDER AND STAKEHOLDER INTERESTS IN BALANCE; CONCLUSIONS; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART III: SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING: MECHANISMS AND STRATEGIES IN REALITY SHAPING; CHANGING THE DOMINANT CONVENTION: THE ROLE OF EMERGING INITIATIVES IN MAINSTREAMING ESG; ESG INTEGRATION: OVERVIEW OF AN EMERGING TREND

THE ROLE OF COLLECTIVE BELIEFS IN STOCK VALUATION AND INVESTMENT PROCESSESEMPIRICAL EXPLORATION: METHODS AND RESULTS; CONCLUDING REMARKS; NOTES; REFERENCES; APPENDIX A: THE PRINCIPLES OF RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT (PRI); APPENDIX B: EXAMPLES OF INVESTMENT CONSULTING COMPANIES OFFERING SERVICES RELATED TO ESG INTEGRATION; ACTIVISM IN EUROPEAN PENSION FUNDS: EXERTING PRESSURE ON INTERMEDIARIES; THE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEBATE AND INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS; SELECTION OF THE CASES; SHAREHOLDER ACTIVISM: A DUTCH PENSION FUND; SHAREHOLDER ACTIVISM: A BRITISH PENSION FUND; DISCUSSION: STRONG ISOMORPHISM

REFERENCESAPPENDIX: SELECTED REGULATIONS AND PRONOUNCEMENTS ON SHAREHOLDER ACTIVISM; DRIVERS OF SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT IN THE FRENCH FINANCIAL MARKET; THE INTEGRATION OF SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT INTO THE FINANCIAL MARKET; THE METHODOLOLGY ADOPTED: AN INTERPRETIVE APPROACH; RESULTS: THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LEGITIMIZATION STRATEGIES; DISCUSSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; THE EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO TRUST IN SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT FUNDS; SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTORS AND THE PERFORMANCE OF SRI FUNDS; TRUST AND ITS MEASUREMENT; INTEGRITY AS A PRECURSOR OF TRUST

MANIPULATING THE PERCEPTION OF INTEGRITY: THE METHODS

This collection opens new avenues of comprehending corporate social responsibility, reveals mechanisms and strategies in shaping the reality of responsible finance, searches alternative approaches towards financial sustainability, and explores new thinking of coping with complex financial choice and financial risks.

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