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Handbook of Business and Climate Change

9781839102998 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Anant K. Sundaram, Clinical Professor of Business Administration, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and Robert G. Hansen, Norman W. Martin 1925 Professor of Business Administration, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, US
Publication Date: January 2023 ISBN: 978 1 83910 299 8 Extent: c 672 pp
Summarizing the current state of knowledge on the links between business and climate change, this timely Handbook analyzes how businesses contribute to and are affected by climate change, looking closely at their centrality in developing and deploying solutions to address this problem. Contributions from a global collection of scholars and practitioners explore a broad range of key industries’ impacts and responses to climate change, examining corporate strategy and leadership in the climate economy, functional perspectives and corporate practice, and climate finance.

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Summarizing the current state of knowledge on the links between business and climate change, this timely Handbook analyzes how businesses contribute to and are affected by climate change, looking closely at their centrality in developing and deploying solutions to address this problem.

Contributions from a global collection of scholars and practitioners explore a broad range of key industries’ impacts and responses to climate change, examining corporate strategy and leadership in the climate economy, functional perspectives and corporate practice, and climate finance. Chapters use diverse case studies to analyze climate-related business issues, including supply chain management, decarbonization, consumer decision-making, and climate-related financial investments. The Handbook delves deeper into how businesses perceive the issue of climate change, how they are affected by and engage with it, as well as the impact they have and what this impact costs. Forward-thinking, it concludes with reflections from the contributors on what the future holds for businesses and climate change.

Covering matters relating to finance, economics, marketing, operations, strategy, leadership and communications, this interdisciplinary Handbook will prove invaluable to students and scholars in business management, sustainability and environmental studies, as well as to sustainability officers (and their staff) in corporations. Addressing, as it does, a wide range of climate-related issues from the corporate standpoint, it will also prove to be a useful resource for policymakers concerned with enabling solutions to climate change.
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Contributors include: David P. Allen, Edwin Anderson, Paul A. Argenti, Alexis H. Bateman, Anouk Brisebois, Scott M. Cantor, Christa Clapp, Peter M. Clarkson, Vincent Etchebehere, Scott G. Fisher, Gianfrate Gianfranco, Maryam Golnaraghi, Suzanne E. Greene, Jody Grewal, Rishad Habib, Robert G. Hansen, Julia Hartmann, Posie Holmes, David Hone, Kristiane Huber, Andrew Inkpen, Ilya Khaykyn, Carl J. Kock, Thomas C. Lawton, Keith Lee, Yinjin Lee, Amanda Meehan, Frank O’Brien-Bernini, Janet Peace, Bruce A. Phillips, Alban Pyanet, Kannan Ramaswamy, Heike Reichelt, Gordon Richardson, Derek Schoenmaker, Til Schuermann, Mark Scovic, Marloes Smittenaar, Anant K. Sundaram, Saara Wasama, Katherine White
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