Bernadette Andreosso-O’Callaghan, University of Limerick, Ireland
Sam Dzever, Université Paris-Saclay, France
Jacques Jaussaud, University of Pau, France
Robert Taylor, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Asian and European countries have adopted different approaches to the conflicting priorities of economic growth and low carbon emissions. In this volume – based on the revised versions of papers presented at the 24th International Euro-Asia Research Conference held in 2019 – the contrasts between the schools of thought of each continent are explored thoroughly.
Ranging from topics as diverse as city logistics, shareholder value and management practices, the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement, China’s geopolitical insights, sustainable agricultural development in India and the empowerment of women in Vietnam via microfinance, this book addresses sustainable development policies in China and Southeast Asia from many different perspectives.
1. The Role of Microfinance in Women Empowerment: Global Sustainable Perspectives in the Case of Vietnam, Long Bui Thanh, Lucía Morales
and Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan.
2. Is China’s Dependency on Coal a Threat to Its Economic Development?, Miroslava Zavadska, Lucía Morales and Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan.
3. China’s “Ecological Civilization”: Geopolitical and Geo-economic Insights, Daniel Rajmil, Lucía Morales and Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan.
4. City Logistics Foundation: Japan at the Forefront, Gilles Paché.
5. The EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement as a Norm Model for Sustainable Development Issues in the Future EU FTAs in Asia,
Erja Kettunen and Claes G. Alvstam.
6. The Relationship Between Shareholder Value and International Transfer of Environmental Management Practices, Kazuma Murakami and Tatsuo Kimbara.
7. Global Crisis of Sustainable Development and Global Warming: A Case Analysis of Indonesia
and Laos, Jasmeet Lamba, Bhumika Gupta and Sam Dzever.
8. Southeast Asian Energy Transformation: Is It Enough and Sustainable?, Lucía Morales and Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan.
9. Analyzing the Reasons for the Low Ratio of Female Researchers in Japan: An Exploration of the Issue of Diversity and Sustainability in Japanese Academia, Shiho Futagami.
10. Sustainable Agricultural Development and Rural Poverty in India, Jasmeet Lamba, Bhumika Gupta and Sam Dzever.
11. European and Chinese Consumers’ Attitude for Food with Reduced Use of Chemicals: Results from a Survey,
Martina Mazzarolo, Giacomo Ferraro, Ilda Mannino and M. Bruna Zolin.
Bernadette Andreosso-O’Callaghan is Jean Monnet Professor of Economics, University of Limerick, Ireland and International Research Fellow, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany.
Sam Dzever is Professor of Management at the Institut Mines-Telecom Business School, LITEM, Université Paris-Saclay, Evry, France.
Jacques Jaussaud is Professor of Management Sciences at the University of Pau, France.
Robert Taylor was formerly Director of the Centre for Chinese Studies and Reader in Modern Chinese Studies at the University of Sheffield, U.K.
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