Special Issue "Managing Financial Risks Based on Corporate Social Responsibility for Sustainable Development II"
A special issue of Risks (ISSN 2227-9091).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2024 | Viewed by 171
Interests: sustainable development and SDGs; corporate responsibility and social entrepreneurship; business management; economic crisis management and financial crisis management
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) require reconsidering the approaches to managing financial risks in business management. Traditional solutions should be replaced by new and more responsible ones. The traditional practice of reducing personnel during periods of financial instability for a business is not applicable anymore since it raises financial risks instead of reducing them. Thus, the loss of human resources and corporate knowledge conceals the state of crisis in a business, postponing it to a later period due to the loss of competitive advantage. Similarly, investments in human resources development do not reduce the financial sustainability of a business but, on the contrary, increase them, strengthening the competitive positions of businesses in target markets.
The sustainable development of the modern economy dictates the necessity for the essential reconsideration of business practices. The mention of SDGs in corporate strategies and reports is not enough for their successful practical implementation. It is necessary to build SDGs in the practice of financial risk management with the help of corporate social responsibility. This Special Issue aims to form scientific and methodological provision for the formation and implementation of a new (alternative) approach to financial risk management, which is based on corporate social responsibility for sustainable development.
This Special Issue welcomes original research on the following topics:
- Conceptual foundations of financial risk management based on corporate social responsibility for sustainable development;
- Modern case experience of building SDGs into the corporate strategies of financial risk management based on corporate social responsibility;
- Data set modeling and monitoring of the international experience of financial risk management based on corporate social responsibility for sustainable development in view of the specifics of developed and developing countries.
This issue is a continuation of the previous successful Special Issue “Managing Financial Risks Based on Corporate Social Responsibility for Sustainable Development”.
Prof. Dr. Elena Popkova
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- financial risks
- financial risk management
- business management
- corporate social responsibility
- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- sustainable development of economy
- data set modeling