Mitigating the Davos dilemma: towards a global self-sustainability index

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Dsouli, Ouarda; Khan, Nadeem; Kakabadse, Nada K.; Skouloudis, Antonis;
(2018)

The ‘Davos dilemma’ posits a sustainability crisis, provoked by rising human population and intense competitive behaviours, in terms of control and access to depleting natural resources. More broadly understood as an ecological problem, rather than just socio-economic b... View more
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