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Sustainability and Firms
Technological Change and the Changing Regulatory Environment. Advances in Ecological Economics Series
This important book addresses the prospects for reconciling economic competitiveness with sustainable development. It shows that we cannot simply assume that changes in public attitudes, business policies and government regulation will guarantee the conditions for long-term ecological, social and economic sustainability.
On the basis of new original case studies, the authors consider corporate environmental strategies, technological change and sustainable development as a social partnership between firms, citizens and government. They suggest that competitiveness must be considered as a dynamic process requiring proactive and reactive adjustments by business and government institutions all working towards sustainability.
Sustainbility and Firms combines intellectual rigour with accessibility to communicate fundamental ideas to help policy decision-makers, enterprise managers, environmental scientists and economists grapple effectively with the problems of competitiveness, technological change, strategies of firms, governance and sustainable development.
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`Several authors have contributed excellent articles for this important book, which addresses sustainable development that aims at reconciling the pursuit of goals traditionally associated with economic growth with ecological constraints on economic activity. . . . the authors have made an excellent effort for contributing to the literature in the field. . . . This book can be recommended as an essential reference for those interested in pursuing a research career in this subject.' -- Jyothis Sathyapalan, Kyklos