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Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.This collection addresses the relationship between business, the natural environment, ethics, and spirituality. While traditional economic theory generally assumed firms maximize profits, it has long been acknowledged that other factors may be important to understanding firm activities. The role of ethics and spirituality in society is clearly significant, yet economists have traditionally had little to say on these topics and how they intersect with economic activity. Integral Ecology integrates concerns for people and the planet. It sees the world as systemically linked to ecology, economy, equity and justice and accessible through the natural and social sciences, arts and humanities. It links to sustainable business through frugal consumption, acknowledging the intrinsic value of nature, and adopting holistic management practices. This insightful study provides the insights of economists, business scholars, philosophers, lawyers, theologians and practitioners who are working in Europe, North America, and Asia. Their contributions highlight the relationship between integral ecology and sustainable business practices, and explore the meaning of sustainability in relation to both human and non-human life, offering a series of new and invigorating approaches to sustainable business practices and sustainability leadership.
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Scholars of economics, business, philosophy, and law explore the meaning of sustainability in relation to human and non-human life, offering a series of new approaches to sustainable business practices and sustainable leadership. The 15 papers were selected from presentations to the May 2016 conference Integral Ecology, Earth Spirituality and Economics, in Bodo Norway. They cover sustainability and the meaning of life, toward integral ecology, and practicing sustainability. -- Annotation (c)2017 * (protoview.com) *
Ove Jakobsen is Professor in Ecological Economics at the Business School/Nord University, Norway. He is co-founder and leader of Centre for Ecological Economics and Ethics. Jakobsen holds master degrees in Marketing (1982), Business Administration (1987) and Philosophy (1991). He received his Dr. Oecon. degree from NHH (Norwegian School of Economics) in 1989. He has published a great number of books and articles both nationally and internationally. In 2000, Jakobsen was awarded the SAS and the Norwegian Economics Association prize for the best integration of environmental and social responsibility in higher economic education in Norway. He is frequently invited as a speaker at numerous conferences, seminars, workshops and public meetings. Laszlo Zsolnai is Professor and Director of the Business Ethics Center of Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary. He is President of the European SPES Institute in Leuven, Belgium. He also serves as Co-Chair of the Future Earth Finance and Economics Knowledge-Action Network in Montreal, Canada. His latest books include Beyond Self: Ethical and Spiritual Dimensions of Economics (2014. Peter Lang Academic Publishers, Oxford), The Spiritual Dimension of Business Ethics and Sustainability Management (2015, Springer), Post-Materialistic Business: Spiritual Value-Orientation in Renewing Management (2015, Palgrave) and Ethical Leadership. Indian and European Spiritual Approaches (2016, Palgrave). His website: http://laszlo-zsolnai.net
Foreword; Manas Chatterji Preface; Ove Jacobsen and Laszlo Zsolnai Acknowledgement; Ove Jacobsen and Laszlo Zsolnai Part 1: Introduction - Why Integral Ecology Is Needed for Reforming Business?; Ove Jakobsen and Laszlo Zsolnai Part 2: Sustainability and the Meaning of Life Chapter 1 - Authenticity and Sustainability: The Search for a Reliable Earth Spirituality; Luk Bouckaert Chapter 2 - Social Intervention in Nature; Daniel Deak Chapter 3 - Quality of Life; Knut Ims and Ove Jakobsen Chapter 4 - Frugality and the Intrinsic Value of Nature; Laszlo Zsolnai Part 3: Toward Integral Ecology Chapter 5 - Integral Ecology and the Anthropocene; Hendrik Opdebeeck Chapter 6 - Integral Ecology from a Franciscan Perspective; Thomas Dienberg, Bernd Beermann and Markus Warode: The Franciscan Approach and Integral Ecology Chapter 7 - Epistemological Approach to Sustainability; Jose Luis Fernandez Fernandez, Anna Bajo Sanjuan and Jose Luis Retolaza Avalos Chapter 8 - Rereading Robinson Crusoe (Defoe) and Friday (Tournier) - An Ecocritical Approach; Rita Ghesquiere: Rereading Robinson Crusoe (Defoe) and Friday (Tournier) Chapter 9 - Developing Ecological Awareness and Responsible Business; Manuel Fernandez-Lopez and Octavi Piulats Riu Chapter 10 - Shakthi Worldview for a Sustainable Future; V. Adinarayanan and Smrithi Rekha V Part 4: Practicing Sustainability Chapter 11 - For richer or poorer in sickness or for wealth: What Price Consumerism?; Doirean Wilson Chapter 12 - Participation Society; Jean-Paul Close Chapter 13 - Moral and Virtues-based Leadership for Enhancing Integral Ecology; Mara Del Baldo Chapter 14 - A Note on Corporate Social Responsibility; Manas Chatterji Chapter 15 - Regenerative Firms; Nel Hofstra Chapter 16 - The Challenge of Transhumanism in Business; Hendrik Opdebeeck