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Social Responsibility is the obligations and accountability assumed in carrying out actions or ideas on behalf of others.
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If, due to the current energy crisis, the local government lifts anti-smog restrictions, reauthorizes the burning of brown coal and waste in stoves, and thereby contributes to the deterioration of air quality, are they acting anti-socially towards the residents of the municipality?
In the context of the ignorance realized in recent years towards the beginning of the climate crisis, towards the progressive process of global warming, the negligence committed in previous years in the development of renewable energy sources and the energy crisis that is currently developing, in the country where I operate the local government is lifting anti-smog restrictions and worsening air quality is it acting anti-socially towards the residents of the municipality. These actions are in complete contradiction with the issue of achieving the goals of sustainable development, with the strategy of a pro-environmental and pro-climate economy, with the principles of green transformation of the economy, with the principles of social responsibility of the activities of public institutions, with the ethics of the standards of a public institution acting for the benefit of citizens and residents of the municipality, with the implementation of pro-social functions of public institutions, etc. In such a situation, in which local governments acting in concert with the central authorities of the state ignore the pro-social goals and principles for which they were established and for which they function, they knowingly contribute to the deterioration of the local climate and environment, deterioration of air quality and deterioration of health. In such a situation, are the next local elections and the possibility of changing the authorities only during these elections a sufficient instrument for expressing one's opinion, one's dissatisfaction with the municipal, socio-economic, environmental, climate, cultural, etc. policies pursued by local authorities? Can the activities of non-governmental organizations, associations and other organizations established from the bottom up by citizens, through which citizens point out the shortcomings and errors committed by local authorities in the framework of the municipal, socio-economic, environmental, climate, cultural policies carried out, be of great help in this regard? A particularly important problem that fosters the development of this kind of anti-social activity of local municipal authorities is, among other things, political connections with the central authorities, which implement analogous socio-economic policies with ignoring climate issues, environmental issues, sustainable development, the need to efficiently and urgently carry out a green transformation of the economy. A fundamental issue in the context of the above-described problem may be the question of political independence of local self-government authorities vis-à-vis the apparatus of the central government of the state in order to maintain high standards of care for the local community, real opportunities for pro-social activities, listening to the needs of the local community of municipal residents and the implementation of pro-social functions by local self-government authorities.
In the context of the issues outlined above, I address the following question to the esteemed community of researchers and scientists:
If, due to the current energy crisis, local authorities lift anti-smog restrictions, once again allow the burning of brown coal and waste in stoves, and thus contribute to the deterioration of air quality, are they acting anti-socially towards the residents of the municipality?
What is your opinion on this topic?
Please answer,
I invite everyone to join the discussion,
Thank you very much,
Warm regards,
Dariusz Prokopowicz
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In my view a local government or authority are elected, appointed or established for various purposes and hold various responsibilities. The term anti-social to describe an action of relaxing or removing restrictions on air quality doesn’t sit well with me to describe this. Someone smoking a cigarette amongst a group of non-smokers may be considered anti-social but the owner of a licensed establishment who has decided to remove no smoking condition for the patrons is not exactly being anti-social.
The question should really be whether the government is being negligent in its decision to lift restrictions, which were likely established to create a healthier environment.
When considering the focus of this issue relates to an energy crisis perhaps attention should be shifted towards finding alternative solutions than to simply consider reverting to options which possess obvious risks.
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What are the differences of these concepts? What I am sure is that all intend to enhance students' competencies. But are there differences? Is practicum be considered as service-learning? In what ways?
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Service learning is more like volunteering and less formal than internship and the like. However, the literature indicates that service learning can be more effective for some learners.
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What state of a country's public finances makes it possible to carry out government-financed investment programs on the basis of money printing carried out through direct purchase of Treasury bonds by the national central bank?
I ask because this kind of financing of various government social and economic programs has prevailed since the beginning of the SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) coronavirus pandemic in the country where I operate. On the other hand, the indebtedness of the country's public finance system has been growing successively for many years, both in absolute terms and in relative terms expressed in terms of the ratio of budget deficit and public debt to GDP (for several years now). The country's possibility of direct purchase by the national central bank, i.e. the National Bank of Poland, of Treasury-issued government bonds and rollover Treasury bonds during the global financial crisis of 2008. At that time, monetary policy also changed regarding Poland's possible adoption of the euro single currency. Since the adoption of the euro single currency would have entailed the loss of the National Bank of Poland's key functions as a national central bank, i.e. first and foremost the functions of the state bank and the issuing bank, which functions of national monetary policy would have migrated to the European Central Bank. If this were to happen then the government would lose the key instrument of anti-crisis measures it has been using on a historically large scale since the beginning of the SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) Coronavirus pandemic, which is the ability to add domestic money and introduce this additional money (without coverage in manufactured products and services) into the economy through the above-mentioned mechanism of direct purchase of Treasury bonds by the central bank, i.e. the National Bank of Poland. Most of this additional money is introduced into the economy extra-budgetarily (it is not included in the annual state budget) through government-controlled public institutions, i.e. Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego and the Polish Development Fund. Special purpose funds are created in these institutions to finance specific government anti-crisis, pro-development, social and investment programs. When, at the beginning of the SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) Coronavirus pandemic, the government decided to use this anti-crisis mechanism then economists independent of the government signaled that the result would be a large increase in inflation which then occurred almost from the beginning of 2021. On the other hand, the state of the country's public finances is taken into account in the development situation at the supranational rating agencies and investment banks. Recently, the cost of servicing public debt began to rise strongly in Poland. At the end of October 2022, the yield on domestic Treasury bonds offered to foreign investors rose to as high as 8-9 percent.
This means raising the financial risks associated with the fiscal policy pursued in recent years and the growing indebtedness of the state finance system.
In view of the above, I address the following question to the esteemed community of researchers and scientists:
What is the state of the country's public finances that makes it possible to implement government-financed investment programs on the basis of money printing carried out through the direct purchase of treasury bonds by the national central bank?
What is your opinion on this issue?
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I invite everyone to join the discussion,
Thank you very much,
Warm regards,
Dariusz Prokopowicz
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By monetizing debt, the government uses inflation to finance some of its spending. Money-printing—more technically known as monetization or “money-financed fiscal programs”—occurs when the government finances itself by issuing non-interest-bearing liabilities. Those liabilities could be currency or they could be reserves that banks hold at their central bank.
Central banks would purchase those bonds by crediting newly created reserves to the government’s account at the central bank. The government could then use the reserves, which would be a liability of the central bank, to pay for its fiscal programs. Alternatively, the central bank could simply create accounts for the public at the central bank with new money, an idea with growing support.
A country’s capacity for monetization is related to the amount of money (currency plus non-interest-bearing reserves) in its economy. When modeled, a program that costs about 1% of gross domestic product (GDP) that is fully monetized corresponds to about a 10 % increase in the price level. Monetization only works if there is a respected and responsible central bank ready to turn off the taps when inflation threatens to exceed its targets and a responsible government.
Monetization is a powerful and alternative tool that countries with strong, independent central banks can use to finance large rescue programs and pay down existing debt, which is normally done by borrowing (issuing debit) or raising taxes.
With respect to economic history, however, when countries have simply printed money it leads to periods of rising prices — there's too many resources chasing too few goods. Often, this means every day goods become unaffordable for ordinary citizens as the wages they earn quickly become worthless, i.e. printing money by increasing the money supply causes inflationary pressure.
In any case, an increase in economic activity commensurate with the amount of money that is created must follow monetization.
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THE FEDERAL RESERVE WILL NOT MONETIZE THE DEBT.
Ben Bernake
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Dear Colleagues,
I have been formally teaching since 2009 at the university level. Also, I have been pursuing my Ph.D. at the University of Malaya since 2018, now waiting for the final viva.
I am very passionate about teaching and always enjoy sharing my understanding with future generations. Also, my heart is whispering for the Post-Doc.
I am requesting your kind suggestions or directions, especially, regarding what should be my future plan. What is the best time to start my Post-Doc?
Regards
Azizur
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Dear Mr. Rahman!
You spotted a very important topic. Career planning is a great challenge for many during the ongoing turbulent times. Below I searched for YOU articles that might be of value in this regard:
1) Caroline Hill (2022). A lab leader’s guide to hiring a postdoc: It’s worth waiting for the right postdoctoral researcher to come along, says Caroline Hill. But how do you choose the best candidate? Nature 607, 624-625 (2022), Free access: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-022-01729-5
2) Sandra A. Murray, Elsie C. Spencer, Antentor Hinton, The postdoctoral blueprint part one: creating a niche, Trends in Cell Biology, Volume 32, Issue 5, 2022, Open access:
3) Sandra A. Murray, Elsie C. Spencer, Antentor Hinton, The postdoctoral blueprint part two: the faculty application, Trends in Cell Biology, Volume 32, Issue 6, 2022, Open access:
4) E., Degtyarova, I., Kersschot, M., & Boman, J. (2022). Labour market perspectives for PhD graduates in Europe. European Journal of Education, 57, 395–409. h t t p s : //d o i .org/10.1111/ejed.12514, Open access:
5) Fork, M. L., Anderson, E. C., Castellanos, A. A., Fischhoff, I. R., Matsler, A. M., Nieman, C. L., Oleksy, I. A., and Wong, M. Y.. 2021. Creating community: a peer-led, adaptable postdoc program to build transferable career skills and overcome isolation. Ecosphere 12( 10):e03767. 10.1002/ecs2.3767 Open access:
Yours sincerely, Bulcsu Szekely
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Thank you for your response
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Hello Bhs; Here is a little list.
1. Botanic gardens maintain collections with the intention to preserve diversity. This includes both live plants and seed collections.
2. Seed banks. Many countries and international organizations maintain refrigerated collections of seeds of thousands of plants, both wild species as well as crop types. The major collection on Svalbard Island is the best known one.
3. Perhaps you could consider the national parks attempts to preserve diversity.
How effective these efforts are can be debated.
Best regards, Jim Des Lauriers
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Various community out reach programs which have ripple effect and macro level scope which academic institutions can take up to work on project model, to be a socially relevant organization, especially in Nigeria in the present scenario.
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G'day Sudha,
There is a great article titled "Corporate Social Responsibility Approaches of Tertiary Institutions in Taraba State, Nigeria: Focus on Taraba State University" , Volume 3, Number 4 December, 2021, Page 224-235, I am posting the link below, hope this helps, all the best with your research work.
Best wishes,
Sofiane
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I am working as Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning officer at International NGO working in Yemen, I would like to improve the monitoring visits report to gain more benefits and I am seeking support from expert people in this section.
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I agree with Sharon Gondodiputro
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Carbon emissions are usually reflected in social responsibility reports. Do they need to be put into value? Do they need an auditor? What kind of theories could be explained this?
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Yingchun Song Yes the requirement would be there as it is prepared based on the requirements and the guidelines so anyjow to follow the guidelines one requreis the auditor for sure
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Any arguments for or against hypothetical membership of Ukraine in the European Union would be appreciated. These comments may be used to generate future research and discussion within the graduate EU studies at my University.
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EU policy towards Ukraine and Russia remains a status-quo, regardless of critical voices pleading for changing EU’s policy towards Russia, especially in Germany. On the contrary, the EU emphasizes European unity, maintaining the sanction regime against Russia by upholding diplomatic channels at the same time and supporting the Ukrainian policy of territorial integrity. Its far-reaching association agreement with Ukraine has become operative. In the eyes of the EU, Russia alone represents the guilty party of the conflict.
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"Sustainable development can be defined as progress that meets the needs of the present compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
Companies that fail to integrate social responsibility into the core of their business miss the opportunities to build organizations with high performance and resilient employees.
Human capital/culture is the fourth pillar of sustainable development since November 17, 2010 when a document is adopted calling on cities and local and regional governments around the world to (a) develop cultural policy and include the cultural dimension in all public policies b) the role of employees/human beings as creators and innovators.
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Sustainable development can be defined as progress that meets the needs of the present compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.".
Interesting topic....
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Can you provide me with some reaserch ideas and topics to conclude my thesis question?
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Sorry I can't help, but I'm not an expert in this scientific area.
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A study of 212 companies listed under the Dhaka Stock Exchange of Bangladesh found that effective implementation of Green Accounting has significantly improved the sustainable development potential of deadly polluting companies. There is a significant positive relationship between the quality of social responsibility data disclosure and the sustainable development potential of heavily polluting companies.
Links for the details:
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In this book, I address these issues (although it is in Russian)
Regards, Sergey
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Based on the empirical data of heavily polluting companies in Bangladesh from 2010 to 2019, this paper conducts an empirical analysis of the application effect of green accounting in the sustainable development of heavily polluting companies. Among 212 listed companies under Dhaka Stock Exchange, the study discovered that the effective implementation of green accounting has significantly improved the sustainable development capabilities of heavily polluting companies; there is a significant positive correlation between the quality of social responsibility information disclosure and the sustainable development capabilities of heavily polluting companies; the quality of social responsibility information disclosure can be positively adjusted the relationship between the implementation of green accounting and the sustainable development capabilities of heavily polluting companies.
What about your country? Wish to hear. Thanks in advance!
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This is a very important topic and part of the implementation of the sustainable development goals in business. Unfortunately, in my country, the issue of disclosing corporate social responsibility and the application of corporate social responsibility in the implementation of green accounting as an element of the implementation of the sustainable development goals is so far developed to a very limited extent. In fact, the vast majority of economic entities do not take this issue into account at all, and even the level of general awareness of citizens on this issue is very low or practically zero. Therefore, it is necessary to promote the implementation of green accounting as an element of the implementation of the sustainable development goals in business entities and financial and public institutions.
Best wishes,
Dariusz Prokopowicz
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The considerable literature is available on the relationship but very few research i found on the students' of professional courses.
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CSR of health care is a very good eg of Sociological Scholarly work -
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Paradigm death, shift and flip expectation theory suggest that a perfect paradigm flips to take the form of the perfect inverse opposite paradigm, and when it does that the order of political and legal loyalty flips at the same time. And when, the opposite process takes place, the inverse is expected to happen.
When the capitalism a la Adam Smith model(TM = aBc) was flipped in 1848 to take the form of the Karl Marx red socialism model(KM = Abc) the order of political and legal loyalty that existed in the pure capitalism system then was flipped to the inverse political and legal loyalty that existed in red socialism countries during the period of red socialism(1848-1991).
Yet in 1991, when red socialism fell and China flipped back to pure capitalism, China did not flip its political and legal loyalty structure to that of Adam Smith’s capitalism structure, but kept the one it had from the old red socialism era.
And this raises the question, why was China able to flip back to pure capitalism in 1991 after the fall of red socialism and still maintain intact the order of political and legal loyalty that it had before the fall?
Any ideas? Please, share them, but Please keep in mind, this is an academic question, not a political one.
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The People's Republic of China is the only country that has been able to build capitalism under the banner of communism.
Left-wing economists are convinced that such a model gives the maximum advantage precisely because of centralization. But if you talk to the Chinese themselves, they will say that they did what they do in the entire developed world: they decentralized the economic sphere of life to such an extent until it led to success. The Chinese were carrying out structural reforms. But they did it carefully and wrote about it only after each measure carried out proved its success. Why are China's reforms successful? This is a matter of decentralization. Today, the economy in China is much more decentralized than, for example, in the entire post-Soviet space or in South America.
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The fall of red socialism in 1991 led to the flip in those countries from social responsibility to economic responsibility as the paradigm shift from red socialism to economy friendly red socialism that Karl Marx probably had in mind in the long term did not materialize.
This flip of responsibilities in 1991 led to the coming of the new members of the capitalism family, cementing for once, the two current families of pure capitalism, democratic capitalism and non-democratic capitalism.
The flip from pure capitalism to red socialism since 1848 was a flip from economic responsibility to social responsibility, which shifted the loyalty structures found in pure capitalism.
The flip back from red socialism to pure capitalism in 1991 was a flip from social responsibility to economic responsibility, which maintained the loyalty structures as they were.
Had red socialism shifted to economy friendly red socialism, then the loyalties in those countries would have shifted to the same structure of loyalty in pure capitalism countries, and authoritarian parties and leaders would have fallen as a consequence of the paradigm shift.
Hence, the loyalty structures of a system may change or may remain the same as a result of paradigm flips up and paradigm flips back or due to paradigm shifts.
Therefore, there is a link between the direction of paradigm dynamics and loyalty structures in the systems affected by sustainability or responsibility pressures, so the question:
“Democratic capitalism and non-democratic capitalism: Do they have the same political and legal loyalty structure?”
What do you think? Can you see the political and legal loyalty structure in those two systems?
Feel free to share your views.
This is an academic question, not a political one.
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Dear Lucio, you are welcome
Outwardly, these two systems may be similar, but they have a different structure of existence. Capitalism must breathe freely. And this is possible only in a democratic society. But democratic capitalism is also not perfect. In any case, internally these two systems are very different, and for example Bolivian capitalism does not look like Chinese capitalism.
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Think about it, the corona virus has brought the supply side and the demand side of the pro-rich growth economy in place in most countries.....
Before the virus hit a high portion of the demand side was already cash poor or short; and after the virus hit and lockdowns and stay at home policies came alone that high portion of the demand side went basically cash empty....
If the governments, safely or not, move towards bailing out the supply side of the market to set up again its pro-rich growth structure to reopen economies, they need as strong demand, but a cash empty demand can not support such a structure as it could not afford to participate in the market,,,,and the market should be expected to collapse....
However, if the government sets up a sustained direct trickle down program to give the demand side ability to pay/buy, then this can create a tricle up effect that would clear the goods and services coming from the newly revived pro-rich growth model as they would be able to participate in the market for as long as the direct trickle down is on..
Which raises the question, Will the recovery of the pro-rich growth economy need a trickle up push from a direct trickle down program?. I think yes, what do you think?
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The analysis of the applied interventionist, anti-crisis, pro-development socio-economic policies, which were applied in the situation of the greatest economic and financial crises in the 20th and 21st centuries, shows that the most effective are anti-crisis, interventionist measures based on coordinated programs of budgetary and fiscal policy , sectoral and monetary. The applied specific interventionist instruments and anti-crisis programs of coordinated budgetary, fiscal, sectoral and monetary policies should activate both the consumption and investment demand as well as the supply side based on the existing, available production factors of economic entities.
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Dariusz Prokopowicz
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Social accountability means holding public officials and service providers to account for their actions and performance. Social responsibility is linked to personal accountability and refers to the attitudes of responsible citizens and organizations that consider the impacts of their actions on the wider community. How to embed social accountability into OBE medical curriculum formally?
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Yes, include in
Corporate Governance
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Does anyone have any idea about the page limit for regular papers in FGCS? Couldn't find any information from the author's guidelines. Thanks in advance.
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Is crowdsourcing a key factor in improving public administration efficiency?
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Dear Azizxon Ahmedov , Congratulations on the interesting topic of discussion! Indeed, the debate about the application of innovative tools in public management is gaining momentum again. My view is that in the coming years these methods and techniques will expand their meaning and role. I advise you to continue your efforts in this topic! Stay healthy!
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In my opinion as the world has already moved to the online mode of education. Internet is the future as COVID 19 has paved ways to the future generation educational model. Now future is going to be the cloud.
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Mustafa Raza Rabbani: Yes, of course. For that reason, I have published the following research paper:
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In development process, people believe, the out come will depends upon involevement of Target group or beneficiars. For that, what type of responsibility, we will expect from otherside.
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Revered Professor Dr.Vadudeva Rao,
As we are from Rural Development that my cat if answering for your question might be partially different from the above experts.
CSR is obviously related to big companies can earn profit but they have no right to destroy the society or environment. Mostly, any MNC before starting that they have to conduct Feasibility studies how the future growth of the industries will be affected the community or society. The MNC have to get acceptance of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) approval by the Government.
If any damage occur on the society that those MNC are fully responsible to maintain the environment equally with Government. The environmental damages like pollution, chemical sewages, respiratory problems, health issues of the community etc have to be considered in CSR.
Whereas in the Rural Development the idea is to maintain the Common Property Resources (CPR) like lakes, land, schools buildings, community TV, libraries, road, Hospitals, electricity etc are the property of the Government and the people who are the final stakeholders to enjoy those resources finally for their utility.
In the concept of Social Responsibility here means that everyone has the right to maintain the CPR resources like our property. They have no right to damage those resources which belong to the society or community.
The successful rural development strategy emphasised that the people have to participate in maintaining these resource forever for future benefits and utilities.
I mean that Social Responsibility is the collective responsibility of the public have to save the CPR resources without any damage.
To encourage this concept of Social Responsibility that the Government can issue Award, Reward or cash prizes or any momentum to the particular community or society to encourage the stakeholders.
Some of the villages in India will not wait for the Government grant to repair or maintain the unfortunate damages in CPR resources unless it is big investment will cover by the Government.
What are Indicators for this Social Responsibility
1. Education
2. Sense of feeling
3. Awareness
4. Maturity
5. Sacrifice
6. Cooperation
7. Management
8. Transparent
9. Accountability
10. Leadership
These potential indicators can help to measure the interest, behaviour, attitude, knowledge and individual characters of the community.
We can say that the former MNC one is macro and the second one is CSR on CPR is the micro development issues.
Above all, the Social Responsibility is that individual as well as collective responsibility of maintaining the resources forever.
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Dear Colleagues,
We run a Special Issue for contributions aimed at providing a greater understanding of the correct implementation of a CSR framework, focusing on, but not limited to, contributions which:
  • Examine the drivers of and barriers to CSR and SR-HRM in different contexts, as well as their effects on organizational performance;
  • Explore those CSR suitable practices and their contingent variables which are able to affect and build socially responsible patterns for companies;
  • Analyze how to balance the expectations of different stakeholders from a management perspective and through different CSR policies and practices;
  • Identify how local and international institutions build social, economic, legal, and environmental practices able to integrate and properly implement CSR in society;
  • Study the existence of mediating and moderating variables in the relationship between socially responsible practices and sustainable (economic, social and environmental) performance;
  • Research the new theoretical foundations and integrative approaches which allow the correct identification and measurement of CSR at the organizational level, and, through this process, help to meet current social challenges.
  • Examine the effects of Covid-19 in the Corporate Social Responsibility process and practices, as well as to analyze the mechanism of organizational adaptation to this pandemic.
All manuscripts will be reviewed by experts in the field and must be submitted no later than the 1st of April 2021.
Dr. Jesus Barrena-Martínez Dr. Macarena Lopez-Fernandez Guest Editors
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What are the obstacles that stand in the way of implementing social responsibility?
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There is a lot of mental disturbance due to social media platforms. How can someone manage that mental stress? Won’t social media platforms harm our brain more than now. What about the future generations?
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We have to move from ego (maximizing material desires) to soul (living by spirit).
Electronic platforms are only a modern technical media reflection of the unbalanced human psyche. The way of positive psychology is mutual understanding, creative love and spiritual elevation by higher wisdom.
It can not be ruled out that some forms of mental depression have genetic or physical roots, but this is a limited and smaller group of human psychopathology, i.e. sometimes, only medication can help to better a condition for certain patients.
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I am looking for the literature on the trust in businesses and its role in CSR and socially responsible consumer behavior in emerging countries. I am looking forward for your feedback.
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Veronika A. Andorfer, Ulf Liebe, Consumer Behavior in Moral Markets. On the Relevance of Identity, Justice Beliefs, Social Norms, Status, and Trust in Ethical Consumption, European Sociological Review, Volume 29, Issue 6, December 2013, Pages 1251–1265, https://doi.org/10.1093/esr/jct014
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In particular, I would be interested in theories and models, which I could use for my work.
This work relates to the interplay of emotional intelligence and social responsibility.
Many thanks in advance!
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Dear, Another Article:
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Do you think tobacco companies care about social responsibility? Does it sound paradoxical?
Should they publish CSR reports... at all?
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I believe they care about their money.
They have no social responsibility - they are socially dangerous.
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The Phalanx CIWS is a computer-controlled cannon system. This system, which is deployed on many American warships, is designed at the flick of a switch to detect, track, engage, and confirm kills using self-contained radar. A human operator cannot match the performance of such a device. But the duration of its automaticity is regulated by a human operator. Will a day come when such automaticity is controlled by another automaton due to its superior performance? How many layers of automaticity should be tolerated when fighting a war? Some have suggested using block-chain computer code to better regulate autonomous systems (Husain 2017).
Reference
Husain A (2017) The Sentient Machine. The Coming Age of Artificial Intelligence. Simon & Schuster, New York.
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- if the question You formulated earlier is still relevant to You,
-- viewing the recommendation I paid attention to the counter arguments [@ Dr. Deborah Jean Verran ] in the same place and almost at the same time [ https://hbr.org/2018/06/what-blockchain-cant-do ],
--- in particular, the citations (by Catherine Tucker and Christian Catalini): "At the interface between the offline world and its digital representation, the usefulness of the technology still critically depends on trusted intermediaries to effectively bridge the “last mile” between a digital record and a physical individual, business, device, or event. In our example, the technology would have to rely on humans to correctly and honestly implement the match between baby*
{*comment: the authors there give a transparent example with a child}
and digital record. And if humans get that wrong or manipulate the data when it is entered, in a system where records are believed ex-post as having integrity, this can have serious negative consequences."
With best regards,
Alex.
P.S. My English may not be good enough, please correct if I made a misunderstanding.
P.P.S. Indeed [@ Dr. Deborah Jean Verran], It is interesting to watch all of this from the sidelines and see where it heads.
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Accountability as a part of Sustainability is mandatory for Companies to explore their activities have clean and good governance however need strategy to improve by companies for global competition extend the value added for market reactions with better result by competitive the stoke return at the market. Earning management as a part of strategy by Companies to improve the result activities with data manipulation and legal action depend on the companies need. This is as biased if we understand about Sustainability with economics performance disclosure. If the companies disclose about earning management than will get no good reputation for this and the action will be hidden agenda from the companies.
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With Climate Change and all, I will tell you what I think is a minimum needed for survival and that is: literally a completely, fully, entirely new outlook on life AND that being FOR EVERY HUMAN BEING and involving all our work-a-day pursuits -- a wholly new way of life (and "full-blown" way of action/work) and a source of wholesomeness and great actions and GOOD:
Every hour/day/week/month/year, etc. you wake up mindful, informed (and get more informed as ever needed to proceed ASAP), dedicated, and completely persistent and consistent in acting for the earth-life-dignity of your CAUSES and related CAUSES. Serious life as pursued will be nothing but your involvement and active-dedication to CAUSES (maintaining rational, workable consistencies, and AS MUCH IN ACTION as possible, to actually achieve or actualize the causes). Satisfaction will have nothing to do with "being easy-going" NOR with typical or traditional ideas (notions) of happiness, nor with any [supposedly] other way of (or toward, or for) "satisfaction" -- "rewards" of life many of you, much of the time, thought likely would come with "freedom" and "general happiness" (as historically thought about) but such will be clearly seen as blatant, flagrant, and shameful irresponsibility of old ways considered not worth even thinking about FOR ANY GOOD PURPOSE or any goal in the world (you will have plenty else to think about and with integrity and dignity AND FOR DIGNITY AND INTEGRITY)(plus, there is inherent irrationality in the old views: one way or others of expecting -- and basically even counting on -- MAGIC). BUT, now, all the old happiness/play/satisfaction/fun in-and-with any other "things" or activities will naturally and rationally and personally come to be seen as that which eliminates true dignity and integrity and any worthwhile (or even real) satisfactions -- now with you having the dignity and integrity of work on AND for your CAUSES. With this new way (for all we see for ourselves and for any decent folk we will associate with), SOON nothing else will will "do"; we will have a new way to real dignity, better understandings, and some true, real, good lasting, progressive satisfaction, and with greater loving kindness and equanimity (as we accept we do what we do and others do as their own best in the same vein). As indicated, the way is to operate (LIVE) IS ONLY in terms of CAUSES and inter-related or necessarily simultaneous or successive CAUSES. Developing and accomplishing (in action as much as possible and necessary) will be ALL for the CAUSES which will be your life -- the "all" of your life that matters or has any implications for yourself or others. And, this is also at least as all other decent human beings doing all major things of working life will know you, and that is how you will know them. This is all simply a commitment to understandings, and engaging in wholesome pursuits (which, AGAIN, will be in terms of CAUSES). The causes will be shared only as well, rationally, and wholesomely pursued through group action BUT may well be otherwise that which is done alone (individually), if that is how things are going to get done.
This is the formula for self-breeding of the species and for any real decency and for the survival of the species itself. I cannot imagine how anything else will be sufficiently adaptive; in fact, anything else breeds ignorance, confusion, chaos and irresponsibility (an easy logical and sound argument to make). (I want to live, I want humans who follow me to live; DO YOU?)
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We need to have the interest of others by maintenaning balance in the ecosystem.
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Kirchherr et al. (2017) defined Circular Economy (CE) within iteratively developed coding framework
as an economic system that replaces the ‘end-of-life’ concept with reducing, alternatively reusing, recycling and recovering materials (4R-framework) in production/distribution and consumption processes.
It operates at the micro level (products, companies, consumers), meso level (eco-industrial parks) and macro level (city, region, nation and beyond), with the aim to accomplish sustainable development, thus simultaneously creating environmental quality, economic prosperity and social equity, to the benefit of current and future generations. It is enabled by novel business models and responsible consumers.
More research on the consumer perspective could help to highlight pathways to enhance their contribution to CE.
Any such future CE research needs to be grounded in a deliberate CE conceptualization to foster cumulative knowledge development on this topic.
what is your novel suggestion on CE modeling?
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I believe that it is necessary to develop processes for implementing the principles of sustainable pro-ecological development conducted according to the concept of circular and / or green economy. Many scientific data from climatologists' studies indicate that the global warming process has entered a strong upward trend and perhaps humanity has little influence on the change in the pace of this process. However, regardless of this, we should do everything we can regarding the implementation of the principles of sustainable ecological development, including the necessary ecological reforms primarily in the energy sector by developing renewable energy sources, electromobility, development of organic farming, improving waste segregation techniques, recycling, etc. by increasing the scope of implementation of the principles of sustainable pro-ecological development conducted according to the concept of circular and / or green economy, activities related to nature protection, protection of natural biological ecosystems, protection of terrestrial biodiversity and its preservation for subsequent generations may also be improved. In connection with the increasingly appearing weather anomalies, the progressing global warming process, adverse effects of climate change (drought, floods) and crises caused by natural factors (epidemics), increasing environmental pollution, the need and need to implement the principles of sustainable, pro-ecological development in economic processes is growing in accordance with the concept of circular economy and / or green economy. Perhaps the development of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic SARS-CoV-2 causing Covid-19 disease will change the thinking of man about the importance of ecology, sustainable development of civilization, including the need to develop civilization according to the concept of circular economy and green economy. Therefore, after the era of the SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus pandemic, there may be an increase in the scale of implementation of the principles of sustainable, pro-ecological development conducted according to the concept of circular economy and green economy. If this were the adverse side effects of the development of civilization to date, such as the pollution of the natural environment in recent years, the increase in greenhouse gas emissions, the accelerating global warming process, more and more frequently occurring weather anomalies (drought, floods) and their adverse effects (drought, fires) perhaps they will decrease, adverse processes and effects will be limited. The above-mentioned ecological reforms implemented in accordance with the green economy philosophy are necessary to at least partially slow down the global warming process. We owe it to next generations, we owe it to our children and grandchildren. One of the key elements and goals of the circular economy and / or green economy concept, i.e. primarily the implementation of pro-ecological reforms involving the implementation of the principles of sustainable pro-ecological economic development, is nature protection, protection of natural biological ecosystems, protection of terrestrial biodiversity and its preservation for future generations.
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Dariusz Prokopowicz
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As the red-skinned tribal leader says, "When the last tree dies, the last river dries, the last fish dies, mankind will realize that money cannot be renewed." Will we really understand? Do we know that "nature is not the inheritance of our ancestors, but the entrust of future generations"?
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We have the tyranny of experts.
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The current product of architects and urban developers will it be at one time a legacy for our future generations and they will be proud of it or will they criticize it and leave it and blame us for its future view and heritage is the beginning of a new term that is The inheritance of urban
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It is all about land value speculation.
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- Climate Change
-Altruism
- Behaviors
- Future Generation
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Intergenerational considerations determine the bequests from parents to their descendants, which act as a fundamental transmission mechanism; they play a central role in weighing the environmental consequences of current economic activities, as prominently illustrated by the Stern Review (Stern (2007)) and therefore help to fight climate change....
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For any given genetic disease (SCA, Huntington's), is there a way to computationally assess the probability or likelihood that future generations will contract it if someone in a family currently has it?
For example, if a hypothetical sister of mine had SCA,is there a way for me to calculate the likelihood that my children/grandchildren or her children/grandchildren will contract SCA?
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Hi, for that you need to have what we call a pedigree. We will need to look at each individual in that tree (so, your grandmother, her spouse, their daughter and her spouse) in terms of them carrying or showing the disease to know that. It will also be important to know the mode of inheritance of that disease.
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Today at # SDGForumLu I listened the presentation of Christian Felber from the Economy for the Common Good initiative -ECG (www.ecogood.org), and I am impressed to know about this model, its roots, its arguments, its partners and above all its current and potential impacts.
According to ECG, we can all live well in a world in which economy is aligned with ethical values in human co-existence with other living forms. And it does not seem just a dream as there are about 30 country-chapters promoting this model and more than 2000 worldwide companies engaged on ECG practices.
I would like to invite those interested to discuss about the Common Good matrix for Human Dignity, Solidarity and Social Justice, Environmental Sustainability and Transparency and Co-determination here: https://www.ecogood.org/en/our-work/common-good-balance-sheet/
I look forward to hearing from you.
Greetings from Luxembourg!
Carmen
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That will depend on the introduction of new economic bargaining (win/win economy), i.e. from voting to bargaining.
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Sustaining the existing generation without compromising the future generation: Can this be the reason for querying the leaders at the conference.
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Repeated ignorance does not .
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Can anyone help me by suggesting a supervisor who is interested in supervising a PhD international student, noting that:
- The desired program is a PhD in accounting.
- Targeting the top 500 universities in the UK, Australia, Newseland, Switzerland or Germany.
- My area is integrated the accounting information system (new technologies and big data), reporting, governance and social responsibility.
Thanks :)
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Firstly be a specialist
To be a lover of science and giving
Be strong in the methodology
Not all of me call a doctor capable of supervision
Sometimes the supervisor kills and destroys the student
The supervisor may open up the prospects for the future and may destroy them
this is my experience
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How to evaluate your PhD proposal before submitting it for acceptance, noting that:
- PhD in accounting.
- Targeting the top 500 universities in the UK.
- My areas are accounting information system, reporting, governance and social responsibility.
Thanks
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There is some good advice in this article Fairouz
This document from Exeter University provides clear, and good, advice about a PhD proposal. Evaluate your proposal against this advice and you should be fine.
Regards, John
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My research topic is "Social Responsible Investments In India".
I need to construct midcap and largecap index from NSE ESG index and other indexes for my research.
can i get detailed explaination with example as how to construct a particular index.
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First identify the attributes or variables of your study with the help of that you may construct the index for your study
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I'm measuring the perceived efficacy on the following variables: family dynamic/personal responsibility, socio-economic status and educational aspirations. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. I need an instrument I can tailor for effective use in my dissertation research. 
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My research was a phenomenological inquiry with similar themes. I created my own survey and research questions. Feel free to review the work. The Perceived Impact of Alternative Specialized Education Services on Former Teen Mothers. I used parameters established by Clark Moustakas when creating the tools. Hope this helps.
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a) Technology innovation?
b) Technology dissemination?
c) Technology adaptation?
Near my office I've observed this simple and smart technique by a gardener to save big amount of water for future generations.
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Depending on the degree of development of the region to be considered, it could be one or the other. But a priori it would seem to be adaptation or technological innovation, followed by the diffusion and dissemination of the technology a posteriori.
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Hi,
I am planning on opening a "social responsibility" course in a university. Do you have any advice for a good textbook?
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I like this books:
Wasieleski, D. M., & Weber, J. (Eds.). (2019). Business Ethics. Emerald Group Publishing.
Crowther, D., & Seifi, S. (Eds.). (2018). Redefining Corporate Social Responsibility. Emerald Group Publishing.
Beal, B. D. (2013). Corporate social responsibility: definition, core issues, and recent developments. Sage Publications.
Haynes, K., Murray, A., & Dillard, J. (Eds.). (2012). Corporate social responsibility: A research handbook. Routledge.
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In some companies, managers increasingly take into account the expectations of employees, including the needs of employees in the development and identification of their self-realization with the company in which they work.
Such changes in personnel management are an important factor of corporate social responsibility.
On the other hand, this type of pro-social approach in personnel management usually increases its scale in the situation of low unemployment and high income of employees.
In addition, this type of pro-social approach in personnel management and good governance and good business practices should be correlated with the concept of effective development of countries operating in the model of social market economies.
In view of the above, the current question is: Does corporate social responsibility develop to a greater extent in social market economies?
Please, answer, comments. I invite you to the discussion.
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In my opinion it does not!
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"Sustainable development is a development that meets today's needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs"
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Thanks a lot Arno, We have the moral obligation, as intellectuals, to make known, in any way, these truths. How many people have to know and understand the reality until it's too late.
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Do you think that GRI indicators (www.globalreporting.org) will become the international standards of non-financial reporting?
These indicators are most detailed in terms of defining nonfinancial reporting on ecology, social responsibility and economics.
What is the share of accounting information (especially environmental accounting) in non-financial reporting?
Do you have any articles on this topic to share with me?
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Yes absolutely! Because it will harmonize the reporting
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High quality education is essential to make sure that future generation of engineers, scientists and scholars are well trained and ready to work together for the betterment of mankind.
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Without a doubt, high quality education is essential to make sure that future generation of engineers, scientists and scholars are well trained and ready to work together for the benefits of their own countries but to the benefits of the mankind as well. The globalization and technology trends contribute to a better quality of higher education in the following manner:
1- Rapid access to new technology innovations.
2- Provide access to new technology innovations.
3- Facilitate the exchange of views and knowledge on different technological innovations.
4- Facilitate the work of different groups of professionals in the implementation of new technological innovations and in the analysis of the main outcomes as a result of this implementation.
5- Facilitate the join production of any necessary equipment by different different to ensure the implementation of the main technological innovations.
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Research is actively trying to innovate an propose new tools that will be used by future generations. However, this constant flow on new technology, that will continue to increase exponentially, accelerates the progress and replaces certain tools that we currently use.
An example that is close to my field of research is serious games for functional rehabilitation. Currently we are conceiving and implementing home-based serious games for people with musculoskeletal disorders. We suppose that the current adult generation should be open to using these systems since they are well adapted to using PC's and connected objects. But will these platforms that we are developing, going to be relevant in 10 years time, when the adults are supposed to benefit from them? or will they be replaced by other concepts.
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This is a very pertinent issue. From the hypotheses which we drew from some strategic foresight exercices, we have studied along several years the developement of technology in order to see if these hypotheses were verified or not. That led us to note that there is a real tendancy to the change in work methods, in production organization, which is not really motivated by real needs, but by a simple will to change, because change is supposed to be good (agile firms, etc.)
Consequently, some hypotheses formulated in the articles, books, etc. listed below will have a short life. If you have enough time to read some of those papers, you should find several examples:
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I am writing my master thesis on Carillion plc collapse and the social responsibility of the Government. It would be great to collaborate.
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Hi Rita,
what is your research question or how would you like to structure your master thesis? Is this a case study research design? Could you maybe elaborate on the main objective? I would like to figure out more about direction of your research.
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Lukas
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You refered to the article 11 of the Japanese constitution in your recent paper (The Anthropocene concept as a wake-up call for reforming democracy) . This article 11, however, still remains nothing more than a sheer ideal or cliche. We japanese have neither any Constitutional Court nor OFG. The Supreme Court is institutionally provided with the right to overrulle any law it judges as unconstitutional; But, it has rarely, if ever, excercised this right. A great majority of the Japanese voters are most nlikely, so seems to me, to acccept the concept of Future Branch powerful enough to check and contain the popular/parliamentary sovereignty. I would much appreaciate if you let me know how it is possible to 'launder' people's political preferences
Yukio Adachi
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Dear professor Tremmel:
Thanks for your quick response.
I did read your article (The Anthropocene concept as a wake-up call for reforming democracy), and was very much impressed and attracted by your idea of 'Future Branch' . I have no idea, however, how to persuade legialators to establish Future Branch......To confess, I have much sympathy with Profesor Dror's idea strerssing the urgent need to establish 'School for Rulers', though there exists no small risk in such an idea.
Yours,
Yukio
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I am looking for databases and articles related with universities social responsibility
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Thank you so mucha Krisztina.
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Conventional economic progress fails to meet the needs pf many millions of people today and compromises the ability of the future generations to meet theirs.
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I appreciate Abdulrahman Alkhaldi answer... indeed sustainable development is just a myth in some countries... Let's not forget that sustainable development starts with each of us, so there are bits of sustainable development, but not very significant in current societies...
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Dear Colleagues, I created a Model for managing a socially responsible corporate reputation as the foundation of my study entitled Communication on corporate social responsibility and the management of responsible corporate reputation. The study has been reviewed and is due to be published. I will highly appreciate your comments on the proposed model.
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Hello Yanica,
In a recent reply to a related CSR question, I mentioned work that I have done with colleagues (see attached 2008 paper that is referenced in my ResearchGate profile), where we put the accent on a transparent structuring across stakeholders and across performance/acceptability issues. This two-dimensional framework can be used in a static (or iterative) way to form a multi-criteria multi-actor profile of CSR performance (hence,, a vision of reputation). It can also be used in a dynamic way as a frame for a company's assessment of risks (across differentperformance/responsibility domains, in the eyes of different stakeholders) and/or as a frame for structuring dialogue with stakeholders as part of strategy development. These considerations may beuseful in the implementation or refinement of your own 'model'.
Best regards,
Martin O'CONNOR
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Works of art are an important element of culture in the social and cultural heritage. The achievements of culture, including works of art, should be cherished for future generations, they can not be allowed to be forgotten, and unfortunately it often happens that in the era of current informational technological revolution, the development of new media, in the pursuit of modernity specific aspects of culture, tradition and art they are often interpreted only in the historical dimension.
On the other hand, new information technologies, new online media should be used to promote traditional values ​​of culture and art. For example, websites have been created for many art and culture. Many works of art, entire collections of many museums are digitized in the form of a digital record of reproduction of works of art so as to increase the accessibility of citizens to cultural and cultural heritage.
Does this type of propagation of culture and art on the Internet should be developed?
I think so.
Do you agree with me?
Please, answer, comments.
I invite you to the discussion.
Best wishes
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I need data (annual) on various governance indicators for India like - political stability, Voice and Accountability, Control of Corruption, law and order and economic risk. Apart from ICRG, i have found few free data in World Governance Indicators by WB. But data series starts from 1996 and i need it from 1980. Can anyone suggest me any other free data sources ?? or if any one have these data, kindly share with me.
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Samppa Rohkimainen thanks for your advice sir. i found the paper by sudip ranjan basu is relevant though he also uses interval estimations.
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Hi everyone, could anyone enlighten us, that if we can use median as reference point to convert the data to 0 and 1?
We are trying to transform our continues data to binary in order to develop an index for social responsibility based on our collected data that include dollar data and non-dollar data (number of employees etc).
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We are dealing with data for corporate social responsibility from three different countries which involve some data in amount (that differs in currency for each country) and some in number of employees (such as no. of female, no of fire etc.).
I would request if you could please spare some more time to elaborate some guidelines for us for the way out.
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My research involves an IPA study (Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis) of the lived experiences of Professional Caregivers in end of life care from an existential perspective related to meaning, responsibility and freedom. Also, from the Physical, Social, Personal and Spiritual dimensions.
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Here in Bahia (Brazil) I am taking care, along with my brothers, of my mother, an 80-year old woman with Alzheimer's disease and osteoporosis and two femoral head prostheses.
If you are interested, I will try to answer the questions you have for your study.
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How do you assess the role of the teacher in building innovative generation instilling values، social responsibility ،self-development of students?
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Interesting.
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Looking forward to have a detailed viewpoint of corporate social responsibility experts.
To what extant artificial intelligence can impact humanity?
Can social responsibility plays a role here to put a bar on it?
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Konstantin Svoikin Thank you so much for your response.
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More and more research centers operating in different countries and investigating climate change state that the progressing greenhouse effect on Earth is already a fact. As a result, the risk of increasingly frequent and increasingly dramatic climate disasters is increasing. Man has less and less time to counteract these negative processes.
It is necessary to change the development strategy based on intensifying the exploitation of the Earth's resources on the sustainable development strategy. It is necessary to develop new energy technologies based on renewable energy sources to slow down the progressing greenhouse effect of the Earth in order to reduce the risk of dramatic natural cataclysms. It is necessary to develop ecological innovations, while it may not be too late. It is necessary to save the Earth through destruction for future generations.
In view of the above, I am asking you to answer the following question: Is the greenhouse effect on Earth already objectively recognized by the climate research centers as an irreversible process?
I invite you to the discussion
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The greenhouse effect has long been recognized by research centers and in the past, from the age of 60. Since the 1990s, many international researchers have come together under the auspices of the United Nations to work on this rapid and global climate change and its evolution. Regarding the cycle I totally agree with my colleague Kenneth M Towe
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When use value is perceived by contemporaries as lower than non-use value, heritage is perceived as a public or common good and its value is perceived as bequest and non-tangible. In this case, most of the society feels the need of protecting heritage for the future generations due to its historic legacy and the willingness to keep it towards future generations (Fig. 2).
The biggest challenge occurs, however, when the difference between use and non-use value of heritage is minor or difficult to identify. Considering a hypothetical piece of heritage that no-one actually likes except a narrow group of experts, the average value for the asset may be very low. The perceived benefits will be then lower than the costs of conserving it and economic logic would dictate that it is not conserved for the sake of a few people (Provins et al. 2008)
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You can try this:
Place attachment and challenges of historic cities: A qualitative empirical study on heritage values in Cuenca, Ecuador
DOI: 10.1108/JCHMSD-08-2017-0054
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I have data for a choice experiment about investing in socially responsible projects. The investment characteristics were presented on choice cards that asked for the most preferred option and the least preferred option. I am looking for literature that presents both most preferred and least preferred analysis.
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AHP, and/or any other objective methods (entrophy, diakoulaki).
My best regards.
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If you are a regular consumer at restaurants where nutritional information disclosed to be socially responsible and you are living in USA. Please spare your 10-12 minutes to fill this questionnaire. The data will be used purely for academic purposes.
Please help us to spread this survey link to your friends.
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Mohsin Abdur Rehman
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Thank you Dr. Irina for your support.
Due to time limit, we stopped to collect data now through this survey.
We managed to collect desired sample and completed the study. Now this is near to submission phase.
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Employees are the immediate internal communities of every organization as well as its true assets; yet organizations tend to focus on social responsibilities towards the external surrounding communities. ‘Even the best of technology or best of infrastructure would not be of much use if employees do not perform up to the mark and are not satisfied with their current profiles”.
How then can organizations take up the core duty of being socially responsible to its employees?
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Hi, I recommend You my paper on fair remuneration as a CSR practice and reporting of human capital and its remuneration as an reliable form of public communication of CSR activities.
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Almost all of the present generation students are living in the world of virtual reality.
Starting from vedeo games and continued in the way of regular posting and like giving social sites, they live in a separate world.
But in the service sectors, where every penny is to be earned, how the ex-students will adjust?
In some technical professions, like medical, nurshing, civil and mechanical engineering etc., 100% concentration and practical knowledge is required everyday.
What will be the outcome of the psychological clash between the virtual world vs practical world among our future generation people?
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the present generation students will get tremendous mental pressure in future if teachers do not provide them with the supplementary skills they lack. our task is more demanding nowadays. there is no other option in the era of technology. they are exposed to virtual world. we should help them to cope with the real issues of the real world.
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Now a days most of the student is Not-interested in studies so your point of view which action teachers taken its producing more implication among the current youngster with social responsibility ..................
Greatest Regards
S.Sathishkumar
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Enhancing self-confidence, self-esteem, acceptance of challenge, and the possibility of changing reality.
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Respected Professor
Now a days most of the student is Not-interested in studies so your point of view which action teachers taken its producing more implication among the current youngster with social responsibility ..................
Greatest Regards
S.Sathishkumar
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The current teaching-paradigm needs to be changed. The classical lecture-based classes, with passive students is not as effective as it was before. I suggest taking a different approach to your classes: one where students are more active. These are usually known as Project-Based Learning (PBL) and Team-Based Learning (TBL). Both of this approaches have shown very positive results, especially for STEM courses. They have even been applied at Primary and High Schools.
The following are some related academic readings:
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How much you know about biomedical waste? Is it not necessary to include this in Environmental Science subject which is a compulsory subject in most of universities at graduate level study.
Is it not a good idea to include practical in EVS or project like plantation of tress and other contributions of students for controlling environmental pollution. This will create a sense of responsibility towards environment.
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In India, biomedical waste management system is not leak proof.
Many used medical items come to the market after just washing in the water. The waste gather in the private nursing homes AMD laboratories are just thrown in the garbage without any treatment. The overall hyginic condition is also very poor. You can get actual picture by collecting the single data:
How many nursing homes/ laboratories/ doctor's chambers/ dentist chamber are equipped with Autoclave and Hot air oven machine?
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How far the research is being utilized for social cause? Is research given more importance than it is supposed to be given? How far these research papers, articles, letters etc. influence the society? Or is it only for matter of getting Ph Ds and further academic growth? Little bit confusing. A content which is not a worth of publishing got published and awarded Ph D in some cases. And the procedure which is taking too long for awarding the degree should be trimmed out? Your comments, opinions and suggestions please.
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The purpose of doing research is generally to improve the human condition directly or indirectly, through the creation of knowledge. The research may sometimes have immediate benefit in uplifting a sector of humanity. More usually, it will have benefit in the medium or long term. Research is usually given less support than it deserves, but without it, there will be no future benefits for humankind.
Usually research is not intended to influence the beliefs of society. There are more popular ways of influencing society through the use of other media.
Research is intended to convince the examiners and referees that the research is novel, important and publishable.
Research is not just for self-advancement. There are a few unmerited PhDs out there, but the vast majority have originally tackled a significant question.
The minimum time to complete a significant study is not to be underestimated. Research requires marshalling many resources together, and the data collecting, analysis and reporting require a major investment in time. The project has to be planned to fit the available budget and time.
To answer your headline question, Researchers are under no obligation to produce results that will have immediate social benefit. However, they are duty-bound to follow ethical practices in doing their research.
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What is the prime responsibility of a teacher?
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to be honest it largely depends on the individual schools. Each one will have its own contract for teachers which will include their duties and responsibilities. Look up teaching roles on job hunter websites. There is usually a person spec and a job spec document attached which contains the expected responsibilities.
Mostly these include - teaching a set number of hours a year (in most full time contracts I am aware of this amounts to approx. 24 hours a week give or take a few hours of actual student contact time). In addition to this you are required to plan the lessons you are expected to deliver, write assessments, mark assessments, perform required internal verification of the marking of other teachers, keep records of student progress and other assessment duties. Then you may have pastoral tutor duties which not only include actual contact time (both group tutorial and one to one sessions) with students but also time spent monitoring attendance and carrying out disciplinary duties. Some places also require you to perform break duties on a rota system (luckily I have not had to do this for several years - FE does not do this) but even when you are not officially on duty you are expected to be modelling good behaviour for students at all times.
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Environmental pollution is the biggest challenge for mankind. Do you think we can contribute to control environmental pollution? What are you doing for this.
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Absolutely it has to be curbed by human only because humans have degraded the environment.
Pollution can be reduced by us by strict observation of following aspects:
1. Reducing the use of personal vehicles and using mass transportation facilities
2. Using battery operated vehicles and using sustainable energy
3. Harnessing solar energy and preventing use of coal and non renewable resources
4. Following water efficient theories and water harvesting philosophy
5. Reduce reuse substitute technology implementation
6. Constructing Green Buildings and following green architectural principles- passive building concepts
7. Application of energy conservation in all infrastructure projects
8.Using building automation and controls for reducing energy, water and wastewater generation
9. Implementing drip and such other conservative but successful irrigation techniques and..... and .....
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Would you yourself refuse to be bailed out as part of your social responsibility, in the interest of justice, regardless of the law (generally, called an ass)?
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No sir