Accountability Asset Recovery: A Leadership and Sustainability Initiative Introduction Refresher Paper in the Series
The 3rd SBFC Sydney Banking and Financial Stability Conference 13-14 Dec 2019 Sidney Australia
14 Pages Posted: 9 Sep 2019
Date Written: June 1, 2018
Background: Since Rio, formally United Nations Conference on Environment and Development [UNCED] held in Rio de Janeiro, from 3rd to 14th June 1992 informally referred to as The Earth Summit, a practical way forward has eluded leadership specifically in regards to an accountability process. High instructions have been evaded and postponed by actors on the international economic front not due to the lack of vision, clarity or agency infrastructure, indeed, due to a missing link in the chain at follow through and is the topic of this research.
Purpose: This paper discusses an investigation of the viability of an accountability initiative created by this writer in the capacity as project developer, whereby specific assets that qualify are recovered from wherever they have been accumulated into the respective Public Treasury. This paper analyzes answers to the question: How can Public Private Partnership facilitate accountability driven asset recovery? And tests the Hypothesis: Existing Legislation and Legal Statute can streamline Accountability Asset Recovery into a function of the Executive Branch, also referred to as Head of State, Office of the President, High Instructions and Summit Leadership.
Methodology: An action research framework, functioning as a relay, to move the topic forward while simultaneously unveiling its hidden component parts and receiving signals as to which documents are relevant for the research, utilizing outgoing email, a url at Google and LinkedIn as an outgoing echo chamber with dialogue based public diplomacy providing the official feedback loop.
Findings: The action research process has yielded substantial data and forward movement of the topic integrating knowledge with movement. Further, proves that dialogue based public diplomacy competence is the key to collaboration with summit leadership when instigating geo-political economic macro initiatives correspondent to the practice of Public Private Partnership within the vast confines of a participatory democracy.
Discussions: Cues positioned in Media are utilized as building blocks in conjunction with summit leadership directives toward inclusive participation, [by citizenry not typically referred to as elites] SDG #16 inclusive society; resulting in this encouraging introduction within the framework of Conferences, Symposiums and Institutions for Collaboration in Economy, Leadership and Sustainability, Strategy and Competitiveness, Public Private Partnership, Institutional Change and for post graduate research.
Keywords: Banking and Financial Stability, UNCITRAL Working Group V, Insolvency, Insolvency Practitioner, Summit Leadership, Accountability, Sustainability Transgressions, Public Private Partnership
JEL Classification: G280
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