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Nachhaltigkeit als Gegenstand der Dienstleistungsforschung – Ergebnisse einer Zitationsanalyse

  • Salome ZimmermannEmail author
  • Sabine Fließ
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Part of the Fokus Dienstleistungsmarketing book series (FDM)

Zusammenfassung

Nachhaltigkeit ist als Thema wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Untersuchungen kein Novum mehr, sondern gehört bereits seit einiger Zeit fest zur akademischen Debatte dazu. Nachhaltigkeit im Unternehmenskontext (corporate sustainability) wird dabei als die Verantwortung und das Commitment eines Unternehmens verstanden, seine ökonomische Existenz langfristig zu sichern und dabei gleichzeitig zu ökologischem Gleichgewicht und sozialer Gerechtigkeit beizutragen (Montiel/Delgado-Ceballos 2014; Schaltegger et al. 2013; Dyllick/Hockerts 2002). Der Begriff Nachhaltigkeit umfasst somit in seinem weitesten Verständnis die drei Dimensionen Wirtschaft, Umwelt und Gesellschaft.

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  1. 1.FernUniversität in HagenHagenDeutschland

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