This 100-page publication features 25 articles from 27 faculty and practitioner contributors from ESSEC Business School, FGV-EAESP, IE Business School, School of Management Fudan University, Keio Business School, Trinity Business School, Warwick Business School and guest institutions and practitioners. Each contribution is accompanied by key takeaways and food for thought sections on ethical leadership, stakeholder ecosystems, sustainable business practices, social and environmental reporting, and effective governance in times of crisis.
Nicolas Desarnauts, ESSEC Business School Alumnus, tackles the challenges posed by anti-immigration sentiments.
Professor Andrew Burke, Dean of Trinity Business School, Trinity College, Dublin, and chair of the Centre for Research on Self-Employment (CRSE) shines a light on the immense value of the growing freelancer “project economy”.
Do full-time MBA curricula cover CSR & sustainability? Much coverage has been given to business schools’ claim that their curricula are shaping up to the social and environmental dimensions of modern leadership. ESSEC Prof. Stefan Gröschl turns on the spotlight and takes a glance.
What motivates the Chinese Entrepreneur? Profs. Xu-Hong Li and Xiaoya Liang, School of Management Fudan University, share their research into the motivations behind Chinese entrepreneurs.
In a two-part article Profs. Paulo D. Branco and Aron Belinky, FGV-EAESP, explain the high-scoring reputation of Brazil in ethical investment. Brazil and sustainable investment. By Tom Gamble Pioneering the sustainability […]