Review: Time machines, ethics and sustainable development: accounting for intergenerational equity in public sector organisations
journal contributionposted on 26.02.2018 by Ian Thomson, Suzana Grubnic, Georgios Georgakopoulos
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This review article explores the key challenges associated with effective intergenerational equity accounts in relation to the governance of public sector organisations and sustainable development transformations. These challenges include; defining generations, principles of equity, appropriate time horizons, and accounting for long-term future projections. Three different approaches to intergenerational equity accounting are evaluated using a framework based upon and extending the work of Piachaud et al., 2009 and an outline for future research is provided.
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