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As environmental legislation grows more stringent in response to the escalating climate crisis, some of the world’s largest corporations have adopted fraudulent mechanisms to keep their margins of profit, and achieve improper competitive advantage. Such mechanisms can lead to problems in the supply chain, a decrease in market value, diminished trust in brands, increased surveillance of companies, as well as damage to the environment.
This book offers a holistic view of the nature and consequences of environmental fraud, bringing together practical examples, empirical research data, and management theory. It will be of interest to academics working in the fields of sustainability management, business ethics, and corporate social and environmental responsibility.
- Business Ethics and Environmental Fraud
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Dr. Mauro Fracarolli Nunes
Dr. Camila Lee Park