Corporate Governance, Social Responsibility, Innovation, and Sustainable Business Development Goals

Edited by
June 2023
528 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8042-5 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8043-2 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Corporate Governance, Social Responsibility, Innovation, and Sustainable Business Development Goals that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities

This reprint focuses on the key concepts and contemporary issues related to corporate governance, social responsibility, innovation, and sustainable business development goals. It highlights the importance of integrating these principles into the operations of modern businesses. The reprint aims to explore these concepts, providing theoretical foundations, practical frameworks, and real-world examples to inspire responsible, innovative, and sustainable business practices.

  • Hardback
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stock split reform; ownership characteristics; state ownership; concentrated ownership; financial performance; China; corporate sustainability; concept of corporate sustainability; definition of corporate sustainability; sustainable development; CSR; cost of capital; ESG disclosure; firm risk; cash holdings; government ownership; generalized method of moments; Islamic religiosity; individual responsibility; CSR; managers; Egypt; ESG rating; corporate green innovation; institutional environment; redundant organizational resources; corporate governance; disclosure; FinTech; sustainability; coercive isomorphism; 17 UN sustainable development goals; sustainability reporting; legitimacy theory; stakeholder theory; voluntary disclosure theory; Vietnam; mandatory disclosure; difference-in-differences; CSR performance; institutional investors; TMT experience heterogeneity; innovation quality; partner diversity; TMT technological participation; environmental corporate social responsibility; shared vision capability; resource slack; green innovation performance; green development; resource-based theory; environmental degradation; defense burden; panel ARDL; panel NARDL; panel causality; corporate social responsibility; innovation input; tendency score-matching; quantile regression; bank debt; corporate governance; innovation; overborrowing; state ownership; uncertainty of economic policy; self-interest behavior of executives; corporate governance; board of directors; Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR); corporate governance; digital transformation; enterprise resource planning (ERP); environmental impacts; information systems; corporate reporting; disclosure obligations; non-financial disclosure; non-financial reporting; sustainability reporting; SDGs; sustainable development; corporate citizenship; CSR; ESG; text mining; correlated topic modeling; SDGs; knowledge exchange; sustainable development; sustainability; CSR; global business; SMEs; green innovation; environmental protection background; media attention; board independence; net zero; SMEs; sustainability; climate change; enterprises; grey literature; greenhouse gases; emissions; anti-corruption disclosure; corporate reporting quality; UK Bribery Act 2010; extractive industry; ESG disclosure; board CSR orientation; board CSR strategy; global reporting initiative; country–cultural dimensions; Europe; transformational leadership; external social capital; ESG performance; organizational innovation; organisation culture; corporate sustainability; combating bribery; financial performance; non-financial performance; emerging economy; n/a