Bankacılık Sektöründe Sürdürülebilirlik: KSS Uygulamalarında Evrim, Trendler ve Bölgesel Farklılıklar (2000-2024)


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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.11432565

Anahtar Kelimeler:

Sürdürülebilirlik, Kurumsal Sosyal Sorumluluk, Bankacılık Sektörü

Özet

Sürdürülebilirlik ve kurumsal sosyal sorumluluk (KSS) uygulamaları, günümüz finans sektöründe giderek daha önemli hale gelmektedir. Bu çalışma, 2000'den 2024'e kadar bankacılık sektöründe sürdürülebilirlik ve kurumsal sosyal sorumluluk (KSS) uygulamalarının evrimini incelemektedir. Tematik, zaman serisi ve karşılaştırmalı analizlerden elde edilen ana temalar arasında çevresel risk yönetimi, paydaşlarla etkileşim, mevzuata uyum, şeffaflık ve raporlama, yeşil finans ürünleri ve teknoloji entegrasyonu yer almaktadır. Tematik inceleme, sürdürülebilirlik ve KSS'nin çok yönlü doğasını ve düzenleyici çerçevelerin yanı sıra paydaşlarla etkileşimin gerekliliğini ortaya koymuştur. Kapsamlı çerçevelerin erken benimsenmesinden iklim hedeflerine ve teknolojik ilerlemelere odaklanmaya kadar, zamana dayalı analiz, bu uygulamaların evrimini net bir şekilde göstermektedir. Bölgeler ve kurum türleri arasındaki farklılıklar, proaktif uygulama ve inovasyon açısından oldukça önemli bulunmuş; gelişmiş bölgeler ve yatırım bankaları önde gelirken, gelişmekte olan bölgeler ve ticari bankalar daha fazla zorlukla karşılaşmaktadır. Çalışma, mevzuata uyum ve paydaş katılımının artırılması, yeşil finans ürünlerinin geliştirilmesi, teknolojinin kullanımı, iklim hedefleriyle uyum ve gelişmekte olan bölgelerde kapasite oluşturulması gibi sürdürülebilirlik ve KSS uygulamalarını daha da geliştirecek bir dizi strateji belirlemiştir.

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Yayınlanmış

2024-05-31

Nasıl Atıf Yapılır

Sürücü, B., & Caylan, S. (2024). Bankacılık Sektöründe Sürdürülebilirlik: KSS Uygulamalarında Evrim, Trendler ve Bölgesel Farklılıklar (2000-2024). International Journal of Social and Humanities Sciences Research (JSHSR), 11(107), 1019–1034. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.11432565