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Author Rajagopal, 1957-
Title Sustainable businesses in developing economies : socio-economic and governance perspectives / Rajagopal.
Imprint Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

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Author Rajagopal, 1957-
Subject Sustainable development reporting -- Developing countries.
Business -- Environmental aspects -- Developing countries.
Description 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white, and colour)
Note Part I. The Founding Concepts Chapter 1. Sustainability in BusinessChapter 2. Circular Economy and Production SystemsChapter 3. Green Consumerism Part II. Functional DynamicsChapter 4. Cleaner Energy ConsumptionChapter 5. Sustainable Logistics and Inventory ManagementChapter 6. Public Policies and Sustainable Business GovernanceChapter 7. Conscious Consumption and Marketing Strategy Part III. Moving Towards ShiftChapter 8. Eco-Innovation and TechnologyChapter 9. Social Entrepreneurship and New Business Trends.
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Contents Part I. The Founding Concepts -- Chapter 1. Sustainability in Business -- Chapter 2. Circular Economy and Production Systems -- Chapter 3. Green Consumerism -- Part II. Functional Dynamics -- Chapter 4. Cleaner Energy Consumption -- Chapter 5. Sustainable Logistics and Inventory Management -- Chapter 6. Public Policies and Sustainable Business Governance -- Chapter 7. Conscious Consumption and Marketing Strategy -- Part III. Moving Towards Shift -- Chapter 8. Eco-Innovation and Technology -- Chapter 9. Social Entrepreneurship and New Business Trends.
Summary This book focuses on sustainability as the pivot of marketing and argues that commitment to sustainability in business not only equips companies to have greater social impact but also inspires an emotional response in consumers that aids companies in growing their image, brands, and socio-political reputations. Exploring topics such as the circular economy, sustainable logistics, eco-innovation, conscious consumption, and social entrepreneurship, the chapters discuss sustainable practices in emerging markets and co-creation between corporations and consumers. This book offers researchers innovative concepts on sustainable business modelling. Rajagopal is Professor of Marketing at EGADE Business School, Technologic de Monterrey, Santa Fe Campus, Mexico and Life Fellow of the Royal Society for Encouragement of Arts, Manufacture and Commerce, UK. He is also Visiting Professor at Metropolitan College, Boston University, USA. He has to his credit 63 books on marketing management and rural development themes, and over 400 research contributions that include published research papers in national and international refereed journals.
ISBN 9783030516819 (electronic bk.)
3030516814 (electronic bk.)
9783030516802 (hbk.)
3030516806
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-51681-9
OCLC # 1222776830
Additional Format Print version: 9783030516802


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