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Green Controlling: Ein wesentlicher Schritt auf dem Weg zur nachhaltig orientierten Unternehmensführung


  • Schrader, Christina
  • Vollmar, Bernhard H.


Die Fragen nach der Nachhaltigkeit eigenen Wirtschaftens und der Integration ökologischer Aspekte in das unternehmerische Handeln zu beantworten, gehört mittlerweile zu den Aufgaben zeitgemäßer Unternehmensführung. Dabei ist es auch wichtig zu klären, wie bspw. das Controlling als wesentlicher Steuerungsbereich des Unternehmens dieses Themenfeld für sich fruchtbar machen kann und muss. Diese Studie mit dem Fokus auf Green Controlling widmet sich einer für die Unternehmenspraxis äußerst relevanten, aber bisher noch vernachlässigten Thematik genauer. Insbesondere werden neben der Darstellung möglicher Instrumente die Herausforderungen der Implementierung ökologischer Aspekte in das Controlling diskutiert.

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  • Schrader, Christina & Vollmar, Bernhard H., 2013. "Green Controlling: Ein wesentlicher Schritt auf dem Weg zur nachhaltig orientierten Unternehmensführung," PFH Forschungspapiere/Research Papers 2013/04, PFH Private University of Applied Sciences, Göttingen.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:pfhrps:201304

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