Adapting and Mitigating Environmental, Social, and Governance Risk in Business

Adapting and Mitigating Environmental, Social, and Governance Risk in Business

Magdalena Ziolo (University of Szczecin, Poland)
ISBN13: 9781799867883|ISBN10: 1799867889|EISBN13: 9781799867906|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-6788-3

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The aim of the publication is to present and discuss how companies adapt and mitigate environmental, social and governance risk. The main assumption of the book is that through sustainable adaptation companies overwhelm ESG risk but the problem is how to implement and be ready for sustainable adaptation. In this context, the monograph explains the corporate sustainability issues in the context of sustainable business models and sustainable value creation and seeks for interdependencies among corporate sustainability, sustainable business models and archetypes, sustainable adaptation and ESG risk. The monograph is divided into theoretical and cases studies. The goal is to present multisectoral approach and discuss how companies belonging to different sectors react on ESG risk, how they adapt business models, what kind of archetypes they use to create sustainable value, etc. The targeted participants of the book are the leading representatives of academia, practitioners, executives, officials, and graduate students in economics, finance, management, statistics, law, political sciences, etc.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Magdalena Ziolo is Associate Professor, PhD at University of Szczecin, Poland. Her research and teaching scope focus on finance and banking, especially sustainable finance, green banking, sustainable development and public finance. She has received scholarships from the Dekaban-Liddle Foundation (University of Glasgow, Scotland, 2013), Impakt Erasmus + (Ulan Bator, Mongolia, 2017,2019) and CEEPUS (University of Prishtina, Kosovo, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018). She is a member of State Quality Council, Kosovo Accreditation Agency (KAA). She curries out research supported by National Science Centre Poland in the scope of financing sustainable development. Her achievements encompass more than 120 reviewed papers and academic books.