Global Voice #4
April-June 2018 issue
The latest issue of the Council’s acclaimed Global Voice eMagazine covers April to June 2018 and features two sections: Business and Society and Management and Leadership. The BETT show, World Economic Forum and Equal Pay Day provided the occasions for our faculty and student contributors to publish their research and opinions. In this issue, FGV-EAESP talk about reversing the pyramid through social innovation. Keio Business School provides insight into the human versus machine debate and how micro-finance can be improved to help millions access business credit. School of Management Fudan University writes on ethical perceptions of US and Chinese business people and a second article discusses Chinese entrepreneurs, their success and why they might enter politics. And finally ESSEC Business School joins the AI debate, with further articles on innovation in education, gender equality and responsible finance. Enjoy your reading! Download here
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In 2020, member schools now number 7, all “Triple Crown” accredited AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA and leaders in their respective countries.
- ESSEC Business School, France-Singapore-Morocco
- FGV-EAESP, Brazil
- School of Management Fudan University, China
- IE Business School, Spain
- Keio Business School, Japan
- Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
- Warwick Business School, United Kingdom.