Cuba

Arzuaga, Susel and Jackson, Paul and Velazquez, Isabelle (2016) Cuba. In: The World Guide to Sustainable Enterprise: A country-by-country analysis of responsible business and social entrepreneurship. Greenleaf Publishing. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

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Abstract

Research on sustainable enterprise in Cuba is scarce. Loredo and Canovas (2009) identify the main shortcomings for sustainability in the country: lack of transparency and credibility, the need for a holistic stakeholder approach, failure to apply existing policies and laws and the need for more training and education. Planas and Martinez (2010) highlight some of the achievements of the existing state-led approach to sustainability, namely the eradication of extreme poverty, high human development and the incorporation of notions of sustainability into all state-owned organisations.
This book chapter introduces Cuba's sustainable enterprise practices and presents case studies that illustrates the state of the discipline in the country.

Keywords:sustainable enterprise, Cuba
Subjects:L Social studies > L217 Environmentalism
N Business and Administrative studies > N190 Business studies not elsewhere classified
Divisions:Lincoln International Business School
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ID Code:30582
Deposited On:25 Oct 2018 08:52

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