Create Sustainability Models By Modeling Sustainability With Cyclic Structures And Commutative Diagrams

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Prof. Dr. Nguyen Phu Giang , MA, Hoang Thi Tam


Purpose: The article presents models of sustainable performance in the approach to environmental, economic, and social balance. The research is also based on the sequential qualitative correlation approach of the Fractal type, for complex phenomena.

Methodology: The article uses the sequential qualitative correlation approach, belonging to the Fractal type, for complex phenomena.

Findings: The article shows how to model persistence using cyclic structures and commutative diagrams, explaining the complex mechanisms that engage and produce equilibrium or disequilibrium. These states are analyzed, controlled, and adjusted through crisis management

Practical implications: The article points out the need for new conceptual frameworks to report corporate performance including risks and uncertainties arising from social and environmental factors.

Social implications:  The content of the article presents the sustainability measurement models used to demonstrate the characteristics and potential alternatives in environmental protection.

Originality/value:  The article brings a new perspective on the appropriate form of measurement to understand the dynamic and complex mechanism expressing the relationship between human society and the natural environment, ensuring the reliability of sustainability measurement in reporting financial and non-financial information

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