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Environmental Shareholder Value Matrix. Konzeption, Anwendung und Berechnung

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  • Frank Figge

    (School of Earth & Environment, University of Leeds)

  • Tobias Hahn

    (Institute for Futures Studies & Technology Assessment)

Abstract

Der Zusammenhang zwischen Umweltmanagement und Shareholder Value ist in den letzten Jahren Thema einer Vielzahl von Publikationen gewesen. Dass gutes Umweltmanagement grundsätzlich auch Shareholder Value schaffen kann, ist heute weitgehend unbestritten. Es wird allerdings auch deutlich, dass dies unter Praxisbedingungen häufig nicht gelingt. Hier setzt diese Studie an. Sie stellt mit der Environmental Shareholder Value Matrix ein neues Analysetool vor. Die Environmental Shareholder Value Matrix untersucht systematisch den Einfluss, den Umweltmanagementmaßnahmen auf die Werttreiber des Shareholder Value haben. Hierdurch wird deutlich, ob und wie das Umweltmanagement Shareholder Value schafft. Die Studie zeigt außerdem, wie der Beitrag des Umweltmanagements zum Shareholder Value berechnet werden kann. Hierbei wird eine neuartige Berechnungsweise vorgestellt. Diese neue Berechnungsweise erhöht die Transparenz der Berechnungund zeigt beispielsweise das maximal erzielbare Potenzial eines Umweltrisikomanagements auf.

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Paper provided by EconWPA in its series Others with number 0408009.

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Length: 22 pages
Date of creation: 30 Aug 2004
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Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpot:0408009

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Keywords: Shareholder Value; Environmental Management; Environmental Shareholder Value;

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