Dear Readers, Welcome to this special issue of Global Voice magazine dedicated to a region which is very much in the news and, it seems, there to stay – Asia-Pacific. […]
Iain Church, winner of the Warwick Heroentrepreneur award, shares his quest for the triple bottom line venture in Malawi.
School of Management Fudan University, China’s leading business school, steps into primary and secondary education, helping teachers and pupils in the rural mountain region of Huoqiu with the 5th Young Activity Initiative.
Students: Walking on the Wild Side: Yann Kerninon, Head of the Field Experience at ESSEC Business School Career Services, shares the story of an innovative student learning experience working at grass-roots level and for the common good.
Mario Aquino Alves, Professor of Public Policy and Corporate Social Responsibly at FGV-EAESP, digs deep into Shell operations in Brazil to show how corporations often use litigation and blame-shifting to deal with environmental disasters.
Dr.-Prof. Maja Korica, Warwick Business School, speaks up on how AI, robots and the fourth industrial revolution will impact society.
Social Enterprise and its Multi-fold Impact – Taking the unconventional route has its benefits – both for individuals and society. An exclusive interview with Davoud Mohamed, an upcoming social entrepreneur in France.
Marketing and the controversy raised in France by the market launch of a hijab by the sports clothing company Décathlon.
Professor Lorna Doucet of School of Management Fudan University shares research into how US and Chinese business people manage conflict