Intergenerational equity constraints herald a call for intergenerational equity - the fairness to provide an at least as favorable standard of living as enjoyed today. While grounded in evolution, intergenerational fairness has not been attributed as a natural behavioral law - a human-imbued drive bound by human fallibility. A rounded ethical decision-making anomalies frame to test the applicability of the bounded ethicality paradigm in intergenerational concerns is missing. Behavioral socio-economics shows potential to improve human intergenerational conscientiousness on financial social responsibility and environmental ethicality is underexplored.
Intergenerational Governance and Leadership in the Corporate World is an essential reference source that promotes the idea of intergenerational equity in the corporate world as an alternative means to coordinating the common good and imbuing economic stability beyond a purely governmental approach. Featuring research on topics such as financial development, organizational culture, and behavioral economics, this research is ideally intended for executives, policy planners, managers, researchers, and students.
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