Global Sustainability: Social and Environmental Conditions by S. BorghesiGlobal Sustainability: Social and Environmental Conditions by S. Borghesi

Global Sustainability: Social and Environmental Conditions

byS. Borghesi

Hardcover | April 30, 2008

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This book examines how consistent the post-war process of globalisation has been with the basic requisites of sustainable development. The book provides an interpretation of post-war globalisation with a special emphasis on the last quarter of the twentieth century, in order to assess its sustainability, and argues that the polarisation of public opinion into support of either globalisation or sustainable development has not helped an understanding of the issues, and that the confrontation should be abandoned. The book provides a more balanced discussion of the issues involved in global sustainability.
Alessandro Vercelli is in the Department of Economic Policy, Finance and Development at University of Siena, Italy. Simone Borghesi is in the Department of Quantitative Methods and Economic Theory at University of Pescara, Italy.
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Title:Global Sustainability: Social and Environmental ConditionsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:April 30, 2008Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023054696X

ISBN - 13:9780230546967

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An Introductory Triptych: Definitions, Preview, Foundations * Inequality, Poverty and the Kuznets Curve * Sustainability Conditions and the Environmental Kuznets Curve * Energy Trends and the Sustainability Gap * Inequality, Health and the Environment * The 'New' Globalisation * The Sustainable Firm: Long Run Performance and Corporate Social Responsibility * Liberalism, Perfect Competition and Real Markets * A Concluding Triptych: The Argument in a Nutshell, Policy Implications and the Liberal Dilemma