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Publication - The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Its Impact on Ethics

Ms. Angela Joo-Hyun Kang, Founder and Executive President of GCEF (Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum) co-authored a book titled <The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Its Impact on Ethics-Solving the Challenges of the Agenda 2030> published in 2021 tackling the ethical problems of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and exploring the basis for sustainable investment decisions in businesses of 4IR with a multi-stakeholder approach. 

Co-authors are global women leaders including women lawyers, judges, attorneys-at-law, investors, bankers, portfolio managers, solicitors and civil servants calling to policymakers and business leaders to harness new technologies in order to create a more inclusive and human-centered future. 

Ms. Kang contributed the chapter <Essential Change Factors to Enhance Integrity Competitiveness> based on her field experiences with OECD, Business 20 (B20), UNDP, the Association of French International Contractors (SEFI), the International Contractors Association of Korea (ICAK), two South Korean anti-corruption collective action project of Siemens Integrity Initiative as well as global and South Korean public & corporate policy practices.

* Publisher: Springer Nature Switzerland AG

* Copyright: 2021

* Total pages: 359p

* Price: 85.59 Euro (ebook) 103.99 Euro (Hardcover)

* Book information and purchase: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030570194#aboutBook

* Co-Editors: Katharina Miller, Lawyer, Founder of Miller International, and President of European Women Lawyers Association (EWLA) and Karen Wendt, President of the SwissFinTechLadies 

* Co-Authors: 26 global women leaders including Angela Joo-Hyun Kang, Founder and Executive President of GCEF (Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum), Ángeles Heras Caballero, Former Secretary of State, Ministry of Science, Innovation, and Universities of Spain, Cheryl Miller Dÿck, CEO of Digital Leadership Institute, Dace Luters-Thümmel, Secretary General, European Women Lawyers Association (EWLA), Geneviève Tanguay, VP of National Research Council Canada, Jorgelina Albano, Founder and CEO of Humanin Haus, Nancy Hendry, Senior Advisor of International Association of Women Judges, Susana Balbo, Chair of 2018 W20 Argentina and Founder & CEO of Susana Balbo Wines, Verica Trstenjak, Former Advocate General at the Court of Justice of the European Union etc.

* Abstract of <Essential Change Factors to Enhance Integrity Competitiveness> Chapter by Angela Joo-Hyun Kang: Integrity competitiveness is one of the most important competences of government, business, and the society to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Otherwise, invaluable investment money for development will be aimlessly wasted as a result of corruption, bribery, theft, and tax evasion, etc. To tackle the problems, we need to change the majority acting on circumstances into the majority practicing anti-corruption. Four change factors are essential for behavioral change: regulation for addressing both demand and supply sides of bribery, incentive for rewarding good compliance, technology for ruling out human discretionary power, and training of current and future workforces. They are closely linked with continuous efforts by international organizations such as OECD and UN. South Korea’s regulatory and policy change examples of each factor, aligned by their imperatives with global acknowledgement, clearly show that they can generate substantial outputs, outcomes, and impacts. They will enhance integrity competitiveness of public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Furthermore, their shared responsibility and collaborative partnership based on Responsible Government Conduct, Responsible Business Conduct (RBC), and recognition by civil society organizations on good compliance will set a faster and further path to reach SDGs.

* Keywords: Integrity, transparency, governance, anti-corruption, anti-bribery, Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs, construction, infrastructure, e-procurement, e-customs clearance, business integrity, fair play, South Korea, Republic of Korea, collective action, and 2030.

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125   Publication - The Fourth Industrial Revolutio 69 21/02/10 Admin  
124   G20 Business Policy TF Member - 2021 B20 Ital 95 21/02/23 Admin  
123   Moderator – Harvard Kennedy School Wome 102 21/02/09 Admin  
122   Panelist - 2020 IACC - OECD & UNDP Session 163 21/01/05 Admin  
121   Panelist - 2020 IACC - UNDP ACPIS Global Sess 172 21/01/03 Admin  
120   Panelist - 2020 W20 Summit 346 21/01/03 Admin  
119   Global Lecturer - Gender, Enterprise, and Com 395 21/01/04 Admin  
118   Contributor - Business at OECD (BIAC) 314 20/10/03 Admin  
117   Discussant - UNDP Seoul Policy Centre & Globa 329 20/09/23 Admin  
116   Co-Author - W20 and Accenture Research 354 21/01/05 Admin  
115   Contributor - Chatham House 361 20/10/13 Admin  
114   Moderator – Harvard Kennedy School Wome 417 21/01/26 Admin  
113   Advisor - UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub’s FairBi 509 21/02/08 Admin  
112   G20 Business Policy TF Member - 2020 B20 Saud 699 21/01/26 Admin  
111   G20 Gender Policy Platform - 2020 W20 Saudi A 697 21/01/19 Admin  
110   Speaker - OECD/ADB/UNDP Event in Hanoi, Vietn 1091 20/09/23 Admin  
109   Speaker – European Women Lawyers Associ 810 20/02/02 Admin  
108   Speaker - The 26th World Road Congress in UAE 1023 21/01/06 Admin  
107   Speaker - Management Association of the Phili 988 20/02/26 Admin  
106   Speaker - Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Ind 831 19/10/05 Admin  

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