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This book outlines how next-generation models need to integrate social and environmental components in government and corporate decision-making. Traditionally, these models have focused on profits and taxes, but to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, they need to take a more holistic view. The book builds on the expanding practices of modelling complex decision making requirements and indicators. It considers the challenges of decision making in the face of incomplete and sometimes inaccurate information, the role of multiple stakeholders, and the capacity of governments and others to use models effectively.
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International Institute for Sustainable Development
Bassi, Andrea M.; Casier, Liesbeth; Laborde, David; Linsen, Max; Manley, David; Maennling, Nicolas; Mann, Howard; Siersted, Morten; Smaller, Carin; Steele, Iain; Uzsoki, David; and West, Johnny, "Modelling for Sustainable Development: New Decisions for a New Age" (2019). Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment Books. 8.
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