This deliverable is a research, an original and systematic investigation undertaken to increase existing knowledge and understanding of the unknown to establish facts and principles concerning Ethical and Sustainable Finance in Europe.
This output is very strategic to understand better the role of the Bank and finance and the role of social and ethical finance.
Finance is neither good nor bad. It is a tool to achieve an end, which can be speculative (causing negative externalities) or it can be more collective and supportive of the general well-being of the many (in which case it will cause positive externalities). The problem is that today ‘Finance’ has lost its core role, as a means to support and promote economic activities and has invaded the social and democratic spheres.
The goal of this Output is twofold:
It is an in-depth analysis of:
This Output will contribute to creating an online library of Financial Ethics Case Studies and Best Practices.
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