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001-es BibID:BIBFORM115463
035-os BibID:(cikkazonosító)124 (WoS)001095387700001 (Scopus)85175464665
Első szerző:Boros Anita (jogász)
Cím:The Emerging Role of Plant-Based Building Materials in the Construction Industry : A Bibliometric Analysis / Anita Boros, Dávid Tőzsér
Megjegyzések:The emergence of plant-based building materials is supported by several factors, such as shortages, adverse effects, and quality deficits of conventional resources, strict legislative frameworks targeting the realization of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and growing environmental awareness on the individual and stakeholder levels. To support these findings, this paper aimed to assess the relevance of these green materials in the construction industry and highlight the most widespread and thoroughly studied plant-based compounds in the literature, using bibliometric analysis. By evaluating 977 publications from 453 sources, the results show that the total number of relevant papers has increased yearly, while most belonged to the engineering discipline. Most articles were dedicated to one or more of the SDGs, which was confirmed by the more comprehensive representation and elaboration of "green", "environmental", and "sustainability" aspects regarding the topics of "materials" and "building" as the most frequent terms. Additionally, a wide range of plant-based building materials are thoroughly evaluated in the literature; these are primarily used to improve conventional materials' mechanical properties, while many are also tested as substitutes for conventional ones. In conclusion, the green transition in the construction industry is aided by the scientific community by proposing plant-based supplements and alternatives to well-know materials and practices; however, further in-depth studies are needed to verify the applicability of such novelties to gain uniform acceptance and foster the expansion of sustainability initiatives in the sector.
Tárgyszavak:Műszaki tudományok Anyagtudományok és technológiák idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
sustainable construction
green building materials
circular economy
Megjelenés:Resources. - 12 : 10 (2023), p. 1-16. -
További szerzők:Tőzsér Dávid (1990-) (környezetkutató)
Pályázati támogatás:138806
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM109594
035-os BibID:(Scopus)85150024481
Első szerző:Boros Anita (jogász)
Cím:Perspectives by green financial instruments - a case study in the Hungarian banking sector during COVID-19 / Anita Boros, Csaba Lentner, Vitéz Nagy, Dávid Tőzsér
ISSN:1816-7403 1991-7074
Megjegyzések:Recently, the management of the green financial sector has been widely influenced by global socio-economic concerns such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the energy crisis. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate, besides their environmental attitude, what opinions and experiences the affected stakeholders have about the sustainability-related processes in the Hungarian banking sector in the early 2020s. To assess this subject extensively, two questionnaire surveys were conducted in two consecutive years (2020/2021 and 2021/2022), involving 600 and 1,600 participants randomly chosen from banking databases, respectively. The results indicate that both residential and corporate participants have various but broadening knowledge of green financial instruments. Hungarian residential customers have pointed out the inconveniences of the most popular green loan product (Green Home Program), while there appears a distinct difference in green investment preferences between the two groups of respondents. Hungarian stakeholders are quite eco-conscious, and so are banks adopting sustainability and climate risk assessment actions, however, the implementations have much potential to exploit. Respondents also identify the energy crisis-related risks, while their trust in the banking system remains high even under volatile circumstances. These findings demonstrate that the Hungarian green banking sector has a high degree of crisis resistance with residential and corporate stakeholders behind giving trust and thereby the driving force toward the successful green transition.
Tárgyszavak:Társadalomtudományok Közgazdaságtudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
sustainable finance
green bonds and funds
green mortgage debentures
Megjelenés:Banks and Bank Systems. - 18 : 1 (2023), p. 116-126. -
További szerzők:Lentner Csaba (1962-) (közgazdász) Nagy Vitéz (1991-) (közgazdász) Tőzsér Dávid (1990-) (környezetkutató)
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM119604
035-os BibID:(cikkazonosító)58
Első szerző:Tőzsér Dávid (környezetkutató)
Cím:Disclosure Compliance with Different ESG Reporting Guidelines: The Sustainability Ranking of Selected European and Hungarian Banks in the Socio-Economic Crisis Period / Dávid Tőzsér, Zoltán Lakner, Novy Anggraini Sudibyo, Anita Boros
Megjegyzések:As the relevant European Union directives require in-depth sustainability reporting from large institutions, banks are among the concerned with disclosure obligations. Several institutions prepare self-structured recommendations by which companies are indirectly fostered to make their operation more sustainable through reporting and to help compliance with the upcoming Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) regulations. However, in the preparation period, differences can be found in the actual sustainability disclosure practices across Europe (primarily by a western?eastern European relation). To examine this issue, this study aimed to investigate if there was any variation in the reporting compliance with aspects (key performance indicators?KPIs) of three reporting guidelines (Global Reporting Initiative?G4, Financial Services Sector Disclosures?GRI; Alliance for Corporate Transparency?ACT; ISO 26000:2010?ISO) between top European and Hungarian banks according to their 2021 sustainability/ESG reports, using content analysis-based disclosure scoring. The results revealed no significant differences among the general (aspect-pooled) scores for different guidelines, while the differences were significant for each guideline between the two bank groups. In the aspect-level evaluation, the European banks had higher scores in most cases, with the Hungarian banks receiving higher scores in 4 of 49 GRI, 1 of 16 ACT, and 2 of 37 ISO aspects. Significant correlations were indicated in disclosure score values between the two bank groups, which suggested similar preferences for the aspects demonstrated; however, elaboration levels differed. These findings showed that the European and Hungarian banks could be differentiated by their sustainability disclosure patterns. The results suggest a better CSRD-level preparedness of the top European banks than of the Hungarian ones, with the latter being introduced as a model group of the region. This reflects the need for more efficient adoption of best practices by financial institutions in the eastern parts of Europe.
Tárgyszavak:Társadalomtudományok Gazdálkodás- és szervezéstudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Alliance for Corporate Transparency
content analysis
financial institutions
Megjelenés:Administrative Sciences. - 14 : 3 (2024), p.1-19. -
További szerzők:Lakner Zoltán (1959-) (közgazdász) Sudibyo, Novy Anggraini Boros Anita (1980-) (jogász)
Pályázati támogatás:PD 138806
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