Obinna Chinewubeze, ESSEC Business School, shares research that explores the relationship between private firms and government agencies in the power sector.
Trinity College Dublin Business School, Ireland, becomes the 6th member of the Council on Business & Society, joining ESSEC Business School (France, Singapore, Morocco), Keio Business School (Japan), FGV-EAESP (Brazil), School of Management Fudan University (China) and Warwick Business School (UK) who joined the Responsible Leadership Alliance in June 2018. Trinity, one of the oldest and most respected educational institutions in the world, is home to Trinity Business School, very active in educational innovations at the crossroads of business and society, with a brand new campus in the heart of Dublin, and a very ambitious and bright future ahead of it.
The first results from the Council on Business & Society CSR student article competition have come through from member schools ESSEC Business School and FGV-EAESP. Two of the competition participants, […]
Edgard Barki, FGV-EAESP, illustrates the different perspectives on social businesses with a focus on Brazil, Europe and North America.
Michele Caiati, ESSEC, explores the latest Italian phenomenon on the social innovation front: The Co-op Start-up.
Prof Qinqin Zheng, School of Management Fudan University, looks at Yin-yang and the differences between Western and Asian management.
Prof. Srividya Jandhyala, ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific, takes a radical new approach to assess the impact of investment treaties.