Essays about: "what is strategy context"

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  1. 6. How Venture Capital Could Use Large Language Models to Screen Sustainability Impact Startups

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Miljö- och energisystem

    Author : Måns Vilhelm Tivenius; Karl-Gustav Elf; [2023]
    Keywords : Large Language Models; Venture Capital; Impact Investing; Prompt Engineering; GPT-4; ChatGPT; Impact; Sustainability; Artificial Intelligence; Startup success; Impact startup; Impact measurement; Screening; AI for good; Technology and Engineering;

    Abstract : This study investigates the potential of large language models (LLMs), such as ChatGPT, to aid venture capitalists in the screening of startups that maximize sustainability impact. To determine the scope that maximizes impact for venture capitalists' and to identify effective screening criteria, the study utilized theoretical research and interviews. READ MORE

  2. 7. Proactive Decarbonization in Projects - At What Price? : A Qualitative Study of Life-cycle Cost Analysis and Shadow Pricing of Carbon as Decision-making Tools

    University essay from KTH/Ledning och organisering i byggande och förvaltning

    Author : Anna Edorson; [2023]
    Keywords : Life-cycle Cost Analysis ; Shadow Pricing of Carbon ; Sustainability ; Climate Targets ; Decision-making ; Project Management ; Livscykelkostnadsanalys ; Skuggpris på koldioxid ; Hållbarhet ; Klimatmål ; Beslutsfattande ; Projektledning ;

    Abstract : As we move towards a low-carbon economy, environmental sustainability drives corporate performance and strategy to a greater extent than a decade ago. Hence, there is a growing importance among actors with long-term ownership interests to recognize climate-related issues in investment decisions. READ MORE

  3. 8. Sustainability benefits of industrial symbiosis: Building value from stakeholders

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Internationella miljöinstitutet

    Author : Laura Elizabeth Redmond; [2023]
    Keywords : Industrial symbiosis; stakeholder engagement; sustainable business models; circularity; sustainability benefits; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : The circular economy (CE) brings a shift in business operations that could increase societal well-being and reduce environmental costs, making regionalization and circular supply chains crucial to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Industrial Symbiosis (IS) is a strategy to enhance the circularity of industry by exchanging resources and knowledge sharing between different actors in an industrial system. READ MORE

  4. 9. The role of Islam in Russian foreign policy : A constructivist perspective

    University essay from Försvarshögskolan

    Author : Sarah Hoover; [2023]
    Keywords : Islam; foreign policy; Russia;

    Abstract : The purpose of this thesis is to obtain a deeper and more conclusive understanding of Russia’s public foreign policy with regards to the religious aspect through the research question - What indications for a religious agenda with respect to Islam are expressed in Russian foreign policy as it is presented in the international arena? A Muslim belt with a non-Soviet identity emerged along Russia's southern border after the fall of the Soviet Union. It was thus vital for Russia to define its attitude towards the Islamist threat and included the Islamic factor in its foreign policy. READ MORE

  5. 10. The Pursuit of European Strategic Autonomy : Balancing or Hedging Foreign Policy Behaviour in Relation to Russia?

    University essay from Högskolan Väst/Institutionen för ekonomi och it

    Author : Bjanka Ilievska; Ruihong Zhao; [2023]
    Keywords : European Union | European Strategic Autonomy | Security and Defence | Foreign Policy Behaviour | Balancing | Hedging | Russia;

    Abstract : Following the publication of the European Union Global Strategy in 2016 where the EU officially announced its quest for European Strategic Autonomy (ESA), a policy initiative toenable EU’s capacity to act autonomously in the realm of security and defence, this study poses the following research question: What type of foreign policy behaviour does the EU exhibit in security and defence through its quest for strategic autonomy? Broadly based in realism, the study is designed as a single case-study of EU foreign policy behaviour in relation to Russia and analyses whether the pursuit of ESA entails a balancing or hedging EU foreign policy behaviour. By doing so, the study contributes theoretically, by disentangling and operationalising these two concepts analytically, and empirically, by applying them to an EU context and investigating their presence. READ MORE