The Future of Socially Responsible Investing: Ethical Markets 4 (Enhanced DVD)
The development of new techniques and practices coinciding with ethical investment finance as part of corporate social responsibility campaigns, communicates a core value statement about stakeholders to business partners, consumers, and future potential investors. How companies are staking a claim in the popular imagination has much to do with insight into the power and efficacy of ethics as a primary driver in consumer decision.
Poor targets for ethical investment such as tobacco companies are addressed, as Domini discusses the challenges faced by stakeholders as they attempt to build capacity in organizations by way of socially responsible strategies. Describing the change in client orientation toward ethical issues such as investment in entities with low confidence ratings in the areas of environmental responsibility or public health protections. Domini proposes that ethics will continue to be an important and viable source for making investment decision.
Developing and emerging market perspectives offer juxtaposition to traditional corporate social responsibility frameworks, illustrating how counter perspectives are essential to the ongoing formation of better regulatory and best practices guidelines key to the planning, execution, and transformation of corporate foreign direct investment projects in those contexts. The inclusion of the concept of an extended or global community of stakeholders in the production, promotes the idea that ethical obligation to investment choices will encourage a brighter future in global business.
The Future of Socially Responsible Investing: Ethical Markets 4