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|Title:||Governance, risk and compliance : concerns in sustainability research agendas|
|Other Titles:||Universities and sustainable communities : meeting the goals of the agenda 2030|
|Authors:||Moreira Campos da Amarante, Janaína Gabrielle|
Lange Salvia, Amanda
Mifsud, Mark C.
Research -- Management
|Citation:||Moreira Campos da Amarante, J. A., Lange Salvia, A., & Mifsud, M. C. (2019). Governance, risk and compliance : concerns in sustainability research agendas. In W. Leal Filho, U. Tortato, F. Frankenberger (Eds.), Universities and sustainable communities : meeting the goals of the agenda 2030 (pp. 307-317). Cham: Springer.|
|Abstract:||It is increasingly evident that mechanisms and integrated structures of governance, risk management and compliance are valued as an approach to improve an organization’s sensitivity to uncertainties. These mechanisms and structures are also key to better define internal processes and controls, resulting in the creation of value and differentiation of a company in the market.However, sustainability research agendas that integrate such themes are still unclear. The plurality of concepts and directions in the scientific community causes a certain disparity in the understanding and structuring of an effectively integratedmanagement. Through fieldmapping, this paper intends to identify the main thematic areas on this topic. A systematic review technique was used, following the planning based on a research protocol. Given its holistic contribution, the research also presents potential to support the development of new studies, defining paths and opening other research opportunities, resulting in theoretical and practical contributions from this field of study.|
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