Is the future of currencies digital? Prof. Eduardo Henrique Diniz, FGV-EAESP, and colleagues analyse the world of digital community currencies.
The consumer-driven world is increasingly driving the blurring of lines between work and non-working hours of our youth, say Professors Maria José Tonelli, FGV-EAESP, Andrea Oltramari and Rosana Córdova, UFRGS. They deep dive into the branding strategies employed by companies to investigate how companies use youth to drive their business
How to Make Environmental Policy Drive Business Innovation: Pedro Vormittag, FGV-EAESP Runner-up in the 2021 CoBS CSR article competition, sets the argument for environmental policy to drive business innovation – by giving companies a voice in influencing which regulation to put on the table in international climate negotiations.
Is Bitcoin compatible with an ESG analysis? As investors’ interest in the Bitcoin market grows, Professor Annalise Vendramini, FGV-EAESP Sustainability Center, reflects on an ESG (environmental, social and governance) analysis of this new market.
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 […]
No Taste, No Smell, but Definitely a New Vision. Barbara Verdade de Aquino Carvalho, FGV-EAESP Winner of the CoBS 2021 CSR competition, explores how the pandemic has weakened preconceptions on the role of women and strengthened their legitimacy for equal opportunity.
The month of June 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of the Council on Business & Society (CoBS), which now counts seven member schools of business and management, all triple-crown accredited and leaders and educational pioneers in their respective countries.
As leading educational institutions in our respective countries, the member schools of the Council on Business & Society have a direct local and national impact on issues such as job and career prospects for our graduates and executive education, providing industry with talented individuals, offering engagement with – and economic value to – our local communities and giving knowledge and insight to policy-makers and governments at the highest level. Internationally, our alumni – some 231,000 among the seven member schools – work on every continent in leading corporations, government bodies, institutions and NGOs and, in many cases, have created employment and innovation through their entrepreneurial talent.
What happens when the CSR Codes of Brazil’s oil and gas industry meet the international legal framework system on sustainable development law? Are there more similarities than differences between the two? Prof. Ligia Maura Costa of FGV-EAESP explores how CSR Codes can be used as a tool towards sustainable development in developing countries.
Social technology – an alternative to the western approach to economic growth
Edgard Barki and Clémence Vignal Lambret explore handling online media crises using emotional intelligence