Sustainability is now an essential objective for all organizations, enabling them to resist adverse shocks and thrive in a disruptive world. This Research Handbook provides expert coverage and practical tips on a wide array of pertinent issues related to current finance and sustainability research.
Comprising 31 chapters written by over 60 eminent experts, this Research Handbook provides readers with the latest ideas and propositions regarding finance and sustainability. This includes the significance of corporate social responsibility, environmental and entrepreneurial finance, crowdsourcing, governance and fraud. Despite ethical business practices and corporate social responsibility rules being adopted in various countries, the contributors demonstrate that further efforts are needed to motivate and empower actors to integrate ethical behavior into all business and managerial decisions.
Multidisciplinary in reach, this comprehensive Research Handbook features forward-thinking academic and professional literature on corporate social responsibility, sustainability and finance for post-graduate students, researchers and practitioners to explore the forthcoming paths for research.
'The Research Handbook of Finance and Sustainability, edited by Sabri Boubaker, Douglas Cumming and Duc Khuong Nguyen, all prominent members of the field of finance, gathers contributions from many well accomplished authors of finance worldwide. This book provides a superb panorama on the recent developments in the finance literature. In particular, it adventures into and explores topics on corporate social responsibility, the connection between environmental and entrepreneurial finance, how sustainable finance is linked to governance and the relationship between sustainability, fraud and agency problems. This book is a must-read for the finance profession.'
– Balázs Égert, OECD, Paris, France
'The Handbook is organized into four excellent sections that examine corporate social responsibility, environmental and entrepreneurial finance, governance and sustainable finance, and fraud, governance and agency problems. I would encourage anyone with an interest in these topics to read this book.'
– William L. Megginson, The University of Oklahoma, US
'We seem to be living in particularly turbulent times. Environmental issues, sustainability, corporate social responsibility and corporate fraud raise major challenges for economic stability at the macro level and for governance and financial investors at the firm level. These challenges are worldwide and relate to the huge variety of firms from the largest corporations to micro-enterprises. Sabri Boubaker, Douglas Cumming, and Duc Khuong Nguyen have put together a timely and highly insightful collection that provides an excellent resource for researchers, policymakers and even the informed general reader on these important topics.'
– Mike Wright, Imperial College London, UK
'The Research Handbook of Finance and Sustainability is highly recommended to faculty and students of graduate business schools and researchers. It is recommended for purchase by academic libraries supporting advanced degrees in business administration.'
– American Reference Books Annual
Contributors: D. AL-Ghamdi, Y. Alperovych, S. Bajic, W. Ben-Amar, R. Bianchini, B. Bolton, S. Boubaker, H. Byström, R. Calcagno, D. Coldwell, J. Creedy, D. Cumming, P. Desrochers, A. Florio, S. Gatti, P. Geiler, G. Gianfrate, G. Gokcek, J. Hazelton, H. Hoang, S. Kim, D. Lee, Z. (Frank) Li, H. Liang, C. López-Gutiérrez, K. Maas, S. Marsat, P. McIlkenny, K. Mhedhbi, I. Moosa, A. Ng, D.K. Nguyen, H. Nguyen Anh Pham, C. Niehaus, T.M. Nisar, M. Nurul Houqe, M. Pagano, P. Perego, S. Perkiss, G. Pijourlet, S. Pope, G. Prabhakar, E. Queinnec, V. Ramiah, A. Rebérioux, L. Renneboog, Z. Rezaee, G. Roudaut, S. Ryu, I. Sainz-Fernandez, M. Scarlata, C. Schellhorn, G. Sinclair, J.A.F. Stoner, L. Strakova, B. Torre-Olmo, T. van Zijl, E. Velayutham, J. Walske, F.M. Werner, B. Williams, T. Yang, B.B. Yurtoglu, A. Zacharakis, Z. Zuraida.
Edited by Sabri Boubaker, EM Normandie Business School, France, Douglas Cumming, College of Business, Florida Atlantic University, US and Duc Khuong Nguyen, IPAG Business School, France.