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7th Ethical Finance & Sustainability

15-16 mai 2024
University of Leeds (UK) - Leeds (Royaume-Uni)

The achievement of the seventh sustainable development goal SDG#7 (i.e., affordable, and clean energy) aims at providing access to affordable and clean energy- promoting renewable energy production and use as an alternative to the extensive use of conventional pollutant energy resources. In the efforts to reduce risks and adverse impacts of climate change and to actively contribute to mitigating global warming under the Paris Climate Accord, policymakers are trying to diversify their mix of energy by fostering renewable energy development. In 2019, the SDGs report argued that more than 2.6 billion people representing one-third of the world’s population are using the dangerous and infectious cooking system. In addition, lack of electricity remains a major issue of SDGs because more than 700 million people lack access to electricity and most of them are living in sub-Saharan Africa. More specfically, several crises with varied origins, have been occured during the last two decades such as finance crisis (global financial crisis, European sovereign debt, etc.), political and geopolitical tensions, (Brexit, Russia-Ukrainian conflicts, Afghanistan conflicts, Myanmar, etc), climate / natural disasters (floods, ice storms, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, etc), and health care system related to COVID-19. Overall, these period of turmoil shared some common conditions in terms of excessive profits, savings, capital flows, outsourcing and sweated labour to environmental crimes and accounting scandals, climate destruction, corruption, challenging the business ethics. We invite authors to submit proposals covering these topical issues related to the Business ethics, CSR, Energy transition, Climate change, and green investments to submit their works. Authors will be expected to participate in the conference and papers will be eligible for publication, subject to editorial review. We cordially invite academics, practitioners, and policymakers who address these issues to submit papers. The conference topics include, but not limited to: Renewable energy deployment Green innovation and energy transition Climate negotiations and scenarios Incentive and non-linear water and electricity pricing Climate risks: modelling and assessment Green innovation and 4.0 industrial revolution Green Washing and CSR decoupling Global Conflics and Energy transition Economic, social and governance effects of climate uncertainty Intergenerational choices under global environmental change Outlook of the oil market and macroeconomic stability in OPEC member countries Climate change policy and the future of hydrocarbon economy Hydrocarbon economy vs green economy Renewable energy and minerals demand nexus Sustainable finance & Circular economy Social and sustainable entrepreneurship Temperature implications for agriculture, food, and water Welfare and social preferences Business ethics & Climate risk Corporate practices irresponsibility & Gender diversity Corporate practices irresponsibility & firm value CSR Investment and Firm value CSR & Banking CSR Disclosure and unethical practices CSR Performance & Financial Market CSR Disclosure & Financial Markets CSR & Environmental Policy Instruments ESG controversies & firm value Eco-Design Practices On SME Performance Ethics and Green issues & Labor Markets Financing sources & environmental performance Green investment & environmental performance Gender diversity & social entrepreneurship Green finance, greenwashing Just transition : Energy Transitions versus social challenges Ethical awareness during times of crises Ethical decision-making in times of crises Ethical leadership, and moral courage in times of crises
Discipline scientifique :  Économie et finance quantitative - Finance - Environnement et Société

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