For a Pragmatic Approach to Social Impact Assessment: Professors Anne-Claire Pache, ESSEC Business School Philanthropy Chair, Greg Molecke, University of Exeter Business School, and Researcher Eléonore Delanoë, contend that we need to focus on what organisations need and what they can actually do if we want impact assessments to truly drive development and increase impact.
Jean-Sébastien Simon, ESSEC Business School, with a focus on Conscious Business: The need for well-being and the possibility of thriving.
Blameless and Powerless: How the Big Four react under public scrutiny – The credibility of audit reports is largely questioned after the Irish banking crisis. In the face of intense public scrutiny, what is the response of the Big Four? Neil J. Dunne, Trinity Business School, Niamh M. Brennan, University College Dublin, and Collette E. Kirwan, Waterford Institute of Technology, explore.
The Christmas 2020 issue of Global Voice magazine and a message from Prof. Adrian Zicari, Executive Director of the Council on Business & Society.
Inclusion is a must for companies in a post-COVID context. Prof. Adrian Zicari, ESSEC Business School CSR participant in the AmCham France position paper on Corporate Inclusion.
Prof. Yuejun Tang, School of Management Fudan investigates why Chinese firms are reluctant to take part in philanthropy.
The Council on Business & Society surveyed international populations from 6 business schools around the world with a key healthcare question. The results revealed a healthy number of differences in […]
A gentle look into Fudan Professor Anne S. Tsui’s career and philosophy – a model for both East and West As one of the most influential Chinese management scholars in […]