This paper examines existing methodologies for measuring Corporate Sustainability (CS) and highlights their shortcomings, emphasizing the lack of a cohesive and universally applicable measure of CS across firms, industries, and regions. The analysis reveals a disconnect between mathematical measurement techniques and the holistic concept of sustainability, leading to narrow and non-comparable results. The paper also points out confusion between developing CS indicators, measuring them, and integrating them into corporate practices.


  • Dirk Schoenmaker
    Role: Faculty
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