Due for publication April 2016 in New Horizons in International Business series, edited by John R. McIntyre, Professor & Executive Director, CIBER, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology; US, Silvester Ivanaj, Associate Professor, ICN Business School, Nancy–Metz and Member of CEREFIGE; Vera Ivanaj, Associate Professor, Université de Lorraine and Member of CEREFIGE, France; and Rabi N. Kar, Principal, SLC, University of Delhi, India:
Emerging Dynamics of Sustainability in Multinational Enterprises
Economic development that meets the needs of the global population without jeopardizing the capacity of future generations is a worldwide challenge for multinational enterprises (MNEs). They are expected to balance their role as global economic actors and environmental stewards in the environment in which they operate.
Contributors from India, Europe and the United States offer new perspectives, contrasting US, European and emerging economies’ approaches to sustainability, and how they can generate roadmaps which yield innovative solutions for one of the most contentious issues of our era. Their review suggests that the differential performance across developed and emerging economies has exposed potential weaknesses. Emerging Dynamics of Sustainability in Multinational Enterprises promotes greater emphasis on experimenting with unique local and sustainable approaches to solving problems faced by firms in, or from, emerging economies.
This is a critical resource for researchers, practitioners and policy-makers concerned with sustainable development issues, and a fresh reference for graduate level students and academics focusing on corporate governance, sustainable development and ethics, as well as multinational enterprise management.Order "Emerging Dynamics"