Series editor: Elena G. Popkova, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, MGIMO University, Russia
This series is dedicated to the scientific study of international experience and prospects for sustainable and responsible business practices by bringing the economy and entrepreneurship in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The stability of the economy is understood as its internal integrity and consistency; balanced development of economic systems; confronting crises; systemic support for the SDGs. Responsible economic growth is the process of developing a sustainable economy that improves the quality of life, and at the same time is environmentally friendly (associated with low environmental costs).
The book series is unique in that it publishes research from all levels of economic systems (global, national, regional, and corporate), making it a coherent, practical guide to economic sustainability and responsible growth. The purpose of the series is to systematically cover and describe in as much detail as possible the theory and practice of implementing the SDGs in terms of both the economy and entrepreneurship.
The series accepts general research on the topic of economics and entrepreneurship, as well as books focused on individual industries or market segments. The series is open to the multidisciplinary research at the intersection of various disciplines with economics, including (but not limited to) environmental economics, climate economics, health economics, business economics, social sciences (for example, educational economics), law (for example, state regulation of the economy). Books that highlight international experience and are prepared by international research teams are especially welcome.