Digitalization, Digital Transformation and Sustainability in the Global Economy

Risks and Opportunities
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 27. Juli 2021
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  • VI, 184 Seiten
 
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This book highlights the opportunities and risks of digitalization and digital transformation for our global economy at both the micro and macro level. Experts from various fields, presenting both scientific and practice-oriented perspectives, identify and critically analyse areas of tension and development potential in connection with new business models and sustainability efforts in our society. It is divided into four parts, the first of which highlights new technological advances in areas such as blockchain, cryptocurrencies and fintechs, and discusses the challenges they pose for public regulation. The second part illustrates digitalization's effects on and potential advantages for public welfare, focusing on key areas such as education, health and smart cities. The third part focuses on challenges for corporate and public management, particularly for leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility, while the fourth part discusses new dimensions for analysis based on big data.

The contributions gathered here are partly an outcome of the International Conference on Digitalization, Digital Transformation and Sustainability held in Budapest in October 2020 and generously supported by the Hanns Seidel Foundation.


1st ed. 2021
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
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  • 18 s/w Abbildungen, 8 farbige Abbildungen
  • 4,52 MB
978-3-030-77340-3 (9783030773403)
10.1007/978-3-030-77340-3
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Tim A. Herberger is an Associate Professor and has been the Chair of Entrepreneurship, Finance and Digitalization at Andrássy University Budapest (Hungary). He is also a research fellow at the Department of Finance, University of Bamberg (Germany), where he received his Ph.D. in 2012, and at the Dr. Theo and Friedl Schöller Research Center for Business and Society at Friedrich-Alexander University (FAU), Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany). His research interests include empirical capital market research, financial intermediation & communication, corporate governance & performance, and digital business models.

Jörg J. Dötsch is an Associate Professor at Andrássy University Budapest (Hungary), where he is chiefly responsible for corporate contacts. He has experience in research on economic policy, especially housing markets and competition, as well as applied economics with regard to the challenges of the knowledge economy and education.


  • Intro
  • Contents
  • The Means Justifies the End? Digitalization and Sustainability as a Social Challenge. A Plea for an Integrative View
  • 1 Initial Situation
  • 2 Digitalization, Digital Transformation and Sustainability-An Attempt at Definition
  • 3 Our Interdisciplinary Approach
  • References
  • The New World of Blockchain Economics: Consensus Mechanism as a Core Element
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Proof-of-Work Consensus
  • 3 Proof-of-Stake Consensus
  • 4 Conclusion
  • References
  • Blockchain to the Rescue-Tokenization of Residential Real Estate in the Emerging Token Economy
  • 1 Token Economics and Decentralized Finance
  • 2 Stablecoins, Security Tokens and Oracles
  • 3 Tokenized Real Estate
  • 4 The Oracle Bank Concept
  • 5 Potential Hazards of Residential Property Tokenization
  • 6 Concluding Remarks
  • References
  • The Impact of ICT on Policies, Politics, and Polities-An Evolutionary Economics Approach to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 ICT from an Evolutionary Economics Perspective
  • 3 The Impact of ICT on Policies, Politics, Polities
  • 3.1 ICT and Policies-From eGovernment to Smart Government
  • 3.2 ICT and Politics-From eGovernance to eDemocarcy to eParticipation
  • 3.3 ICT, Polities and Regime Shifts
  • 4 Conclusion
  • References
  • Sustainable Upscaling: The Role of Digitalization in Providing Health Care and Health Insurance Coverage in Developing Countries
  • 1 Sustainability and Increasing Demand in the Health Sector
  • 2 The Role of IT in Satisfying the Demand for Health Care
  • 3 Examples of IT in the Health Sector
  • 3.1 Access to Information by Patients
  • 3.2 Digital Health Services
  • 3.3 Access to Information by Health Care Provider/Insurance
  • 3.4 Automation of Business Processes
  • 3.5 Administrative Self-services
  • 3.6 Robotics
  • 4 Risks and Risk Management
  • 4.1 Digital Literacy and Digital Access
  • 4.2 Nonacceptance by Health Care Providers
  • 4.3 Technical Challenges
  • 4.4 Financial Risks
  • 5 International Collaboration
  • 6 The Role of Governments
  • 7 Conclusion and Best Practices
  • References
  • Corporate Digital Responsibility- Understanding and Applying
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Digitalization and Digital Transformation of Universities
  • 3 Changes in the Concept of Sustainability and Responsibility in the Digital Age
  • 4 Corporate Digital Responsibility
  • 5 Scenario Technique of the BMJV
  • 6 Limitations and Challenges of the CDR Concept
  • 7 Implications for Further Research in the CDR Area
  • 8 Conclusion
  • References
  • The Transformation in the Public Administration-Status Quo Against the Background of COVID-19
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Digital Administration
  • 3 Outbreak of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • 4 Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • 4.1 Mode of Operation
  • 4.2 Hardware and Software Equipment
  • 4.3 Investments
  • 4.4 External Perception of the Public Sector
  • 5 Conclusion
  • References
  • The Top Managerial Influence on Innovation: Development of a Comprehensive Framework
  • 1 Innovations in the Organizational Context
  • 2 Influencing Factors on Firm Innovativeness
  • 3 The Complex Relation Between the Top Management and Innovation
  • 4 The Central Perspectives for the Theoretical Foundation
  • 4.1 The Management Perspective: New St. Galler Management-Model
  • 4.2 The Culture Perspective: Innovation Diamond
  • 4.3 The Leadership Perspective: Model of Leadership Influence on Innovation
  • 4.4 The Network Perspective: Model on Leader's Network
  • 5 The Development of a Comprehensive Framework
  • 5.1 Shortcomings of the Current Models
  • 5.2 Framework
  • 6 Conclusion, Implications and Limitations
  • 6.1 Implications and Further Research
  • 6.2 Limitations
  • References
  • Change or Be Changed-Online Education and Organizational Culture at Universities
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Previous Research Findings and Experiences
  • 3 Methodological Aspects and Background of the Cases
  • 4 Insights from Other Industries
  • 5 Implications for Organizational Culture of Universities
  • 6 Concluding Remarks
  • References
  • Digital Sustainable Leadership
  • 1 Introduction-The Human Being as an Individual
  • 2 Purpose Giving Leadership for Future Leaders
  • 3 Sustainability-Value and Attitude for Behavioral Navigation
  • 4 Analog and Digital Ways for Decision Making
  • 5 Future Prospects-Analog and Digital Ways
  • 6 Question Thinking for Digital Sustainable Leadership
  • References
  • Russia's Place Vis-à-Vis the EU28 Countries in Digital Development: A Ranking Using DEA-Type Composite Indicators and the TOPSIS Method
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Literature Review
  • 3 Ranking with DEA-Type Composite Indicators
  • 4 Ranking with TOPSIS Method
  • 5 Conclusions
  • Appendix
  • References
  • The Impact of Big Data and Sports Analytics on Professional Football: A Systematic Literature Review
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Definitions and Theoretical Framework
  • 3 Methodology
  • 4 Results and Discussion
  • 5 Conclusion
  • References
  • Transnational Corporations and Fordism in the Digital Era: A Theoretical Explanation and Prediction
  • 1 The Genesis of Transnational Companies: The Micro Level
  • 2 Consequences for the Global Economy: The Macro Level
  • References

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