Corporate and Financial Intergenerational Leadership

Corporate and Financial Intergenerational Leadership

by Julia Margarete Puaschunder

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Overview

Intergenerational predicaments of climate change, over-indebtedness and demographic aging of the Western world population put pressure on future generations. As such, this book explores how corporate and financial social responsibility can leverage intergenerational harmony. The concept of responsibility is shown to underlie the international emergence of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), while the book also describes the rise of Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) in the international arena and the intrinsic socio-psychological motives of socially responsible investors. As shown here, in this age of climate change, over-indebtedness and demographic aging, future corporate and financial intergenerational leadership may continue to embrace social responsibility in order to ensure a sustainable future for humankind.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781527540514
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Publication date: 12/01/2019
Pages: 339
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.10(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Educated as a behavioral economist with doctorates in Social and Economic Sciences and Natural Sciences, and Master's degrees in Business, Public Administration and Philosophy/Psychology as well as training in Global Political Economy and Finance, Julia Margarete Puaschunder has almost 20 years of experience in applied social sciences empirical research in the international arena. Before starting a Prize Fellowship in the Inter-University Consortium of New York at The New School with placements at Columbia University and Princeton University, she held several postdoctoral positions at Harvard University and the Vienna University of Economics and Business. She has published numerous books and journal articles, and was awarded the 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. She has also been included in the '2018 Marquis Who's Who in America and in the World', and is an official listee of the '2019 Marquis Who's Who in the World' among the top 3% of professionals around the globe.

Table of Contents

Abstract x

Introduction 1

Intergenerational Equity 10

Eternal Equity in the Fin-De-Millenaire 16

Overindebtedness 16

Demographic Aging 19

Global Commons and Climate Change 21

Intergenerational Equity 24

Intergenerational Equity as a Natural Behavioral Law 24

The Social Representations of Intergenerational Equity 33

Research Framework 36

Method 37

Results 41

Discussion 53

Ethical Decision Making Under Social Uncertainty 59

Introduction 60

Theory 61

Empirical Part 66

Results 68

General Discussion 77

The Future is Now: How Joint Decision Making Curbs Hyperbolic Discounting but Blurs Social Responsibility in the Intergenerational Equity Public Policy Domain 85

Introduction 85

Past Research 88

Empirical Part 93

General Discussion 107

Trust and Reciprocity Drive Social Common Goods Allocation Norms 115

Theory 115

Hypotheses 123

Method 124

Discussion 133

Intergenerational Equity Implementation Recommendations 142

Public Servants' View of CSR 154

Research Questions and Hypotheses 155

Operationalization 155

Material 156

Data Collection 157

Method: Social Responsibility 157

Results 160

Conclusion 182

Public Private Partnerships (Ppps) 184

UNGC 184

GAID: PPP Implementation Analysis 185

Data Collection 186

Conclusion 202

Political Divestiture Effectiveness Evaluation 205

Research Question 206

Hypotheses 209

Meta-analysis of Divestiture Studies from South Africa, during Apartheid 211

Event Study Methodology 219

Conclusion 225

Market Agents' Social Representations of SRI 229

Research Questions and Hypotheses 229

Operationalization 230

Results 231

Description 258

Conclusion 262

Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) as Emergent Risk Prevention and Means to Imbue Trust in the Post-2008/09 World Financial Crisis Economy 264

Introduction 265

Socially Responsible Investments (SRI) 267

International emergence 267

Stakeholders 269

SRI Emergence in Times of Crisis 270

SRI in the Light of the 2008/09 World Financial Crisis 272

Emergent Risk Theory 273

Future Directions of SRI Research 274

Recommendations 286

CSR 287

UNGC 290

PPPs 293

GAID 295

Financial Social Responsibility 297

Political Divestiture 298

SRI 300

Overall Discussion 304

Implementation 315

Conclusion 321

References 326

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