"Era of 'growth at any cost' is over" according to PwC study as people look beyond 'boom & bust'
The findings are published in Measuring and managing total impact: a new language for business decisions, the result of a three year collaboration between PwC's environmental, social and macro-economists and its clients.
The report examines how organisations can not only measure their total footprint on society across economic, environmental, tax and social impacts, but translate it into information to guide their strategic decisions.
The study reports that after seeing "boom and bust" many people are looking beyond today's narrow notions of input, output and profit, to a more inclusive and responsible economic development, what the report describes as "good growth".
Press Release and Documents
Rowena MearleySenior Manager, Global CommunicationsUnited Kingdomrowena.firstname.lastname@example.org-+44 7952 715 739
More from News releases
Subscribe to rss feedXML
Global economic growth expected to slow in 2019
Quality of business reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals improves, but has a long way to go to meet and drive targets.
Governments should do more to unlock the potential of technology to facilitate tax compliance, says PwC and World Bank report