By André Dorsman, Özgür Arslan-Ayaydin, Mehmet Baha Karan

This e-book analyses how socially in charge investments in addition to the emerging significance of Islamic finance are associated with the shift in the direction of renewable strength. lecturers and practitioners within the box take a world point of view and current case experiences from a number of international locations. The ebook is split into 3 elements: the 1st half sheds new gentle at the strength shift in the direction of renewable strength. the second one exhibits the expanding curiosity of traders in sustainability, and the authors argue that traders not just examine anticipated returns and dangers, but in addition at social returns. eventually, the 3rd half explains the necessity for social returns in Islamic finance, which can't be defined through conventional finance theory. This is the 5th quantity in a sequence on power equipped via the Centre for power and cost matters (CEVI). 

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Fourth, the EU (consumer sentiment) consumer confidence index covers 23,000 households in the Euro Area, in respect to current economic and financial conditions, savings intention, as well as on expected developments regarding: consumer price indexes, general economic situation and major purchases of durable goods. Fifth, the US consumer sentiment - The University of Michigan consumer sentiment index represents (500) consumer’s attitudes for both the present economic situation as well as expectations of future economic conditions.

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2010; Manner 2010; Waldman 2006), and in particular corporate environmental performance. Managers are obviously in a position to influence the development of CSR initiatives, and thus the firm’s environmental practices (Agle et al. 1999; Waldman 2006). As primary decision makers (Hosmer 1982; Mintzberg 1978), managers should play a critical role not only in core business strategies, but also in social strategies and resource allocation to such pursuits (Agle et al. 1999; Wood 1991). This study fills this gap by investigating whether managers’ political party orientation—Republican (conservative) versus Democrat (liberal)—explains the environmental performance of firms in the energy industry.

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