There has to be a commitment to ensuring sustainability itself is managed ethically and responsibly: we have curated our best research supporting this, linking into SDGs 8,9,10,11 and 12.
There has to be a commitment to ensuring sustainability itself is managed ethically and responsibly. We have curated our best research supporting this, linking into SDGs 8,9,10,11 and 12. In so doing we hope to promote and support leadership that promotes decent work that doesn’t discriminate and activities that don’t cause unnecessary harm to global economies, communities or resources.
So, what are ‘missions’? According to the European Commission:
(Source: 2018 EU report on Mission-oriented research & innovation in the European Union)
As a global business Emerald Publishing recognises that issues around inequality, sustainability and the digital divide resonate with audiences around the world, reaching beyond academia. Bringing together the very best research in these areas makes it easier for academics, businesses, policy makers and others to discover, helping to contribute to real change in society.
Emerald’s mission collections are updated regularly so there will always be new research to explore.
|ScienceOpen disciplines:||Economic development, Environmental economics & Politics, Agricultural economics & Resource management, International economics & Trade, Economics|
|Keywords:||marketing, tourism, csr, management, sustainability, supply chains, food, poverty|