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Creating Values for a Sustainable World409Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
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Competitive economics produces an enormous abundance of goods and services but at an intolerable environmental and social cost. Competition has become an end in itself, which leads to detrimental effects on nature, society and future generations. A change of paradigm is needed. Business should respect the ecological and social limits in which it operates and embed its activities in the natural and social systems. This book promotes a collaborative attitude of doing business based on a positive view of the self and others. Theoretical contributions, reflections, cases, examples, and initiatives collected in the book show that a collaborative enterprise is not only possible but also a feasible and desirable alternative to the current, self-defeating, managerial models. Innovative firms seeking to build long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with all of their stakeholders while producing values for their business ecosystems represent well-grounded hopes for a really sustainable future.
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Antonio Tencati is assistant professor and member of the CSR Unit at the Department of Management of Universita Bocconi in Milan, Italy. He is senior researcher at SPACE, the European Research Centre of Universita Bocconi on Risk, Security, Occupational Health and Safety, Environment and Crisis Management. He is also member of the Business Ethics Faculty Group of the CEMS The Global Alliance in Management Education. Laszlo Zsolnai is professor and director of the Business Ethics Center at the Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary. He is chairman of the Business Ethics Faculty Group of the CEMS The Global Alliance in Management Education. He is also fellow associate at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK. He is editor-in-chief of Ethical Prospects.
Contents: Antonio Tencati/Laszlo Zsolnai: The Collaborative Enterprise Framework - Knut J. Ims/Ove D. Jakobsen: Competition or Cooperation? A Required Shift in the Metaphysics of Economics - Hendrik Opdebeeck: The Collaborative Enterprise as a Linkage between Principle and Practice - Joel Magnuson: Community-Based Social Systems of Production - Aloy Soppe: Sustainable Finance and Ethics - Stefano Zamagni: The Cooperative as a Collaborative Enterprise - Antonio Tencati/Ulisse Pedretti: Coop in Italy - Laszlo Zsolnai/Laszlo Podmaniczky: Community-Supported Agriculture - Luigino Bruni: The Economy of Communion - Knut J. Ims/Ove D. Jakobsen: Fair Trade Production - Antonio Tencati: The Slow Food Movement - Steen Vallentin/David Murillo: Government, Governance and Collaborative Social Responsibility - Tibor Hejj/Rita Hejj: Socially Responsible Clusters - Ove D. Jakobsen/Oystein Nystad: Collaborative Waste Management - Johan Wempe: Chain Responsibility and the Collaborative Enterprise - Zsolt Boda: The Ethics of Working with Civil Society Organizations - Maurits Sanders: Collaborative Enterprise: Next Stage in Public-Private Partnerships? - Jane Collier: Nurturing Society from the Bottom Up: The State and Social Enterprise - Francesco Perrini/Clodia Vurro: Collaborative Social Entrepreneurship - Laszlo Zsolnai/Antonio Tencati: Beyond Competitiveness: Creating Values for a Sustainable World.