Since the 1940s, the United States has had a clear lead in commercializing their scientific research. Professors Kazuhiro Asakawa of Keio Business School and Mark Lehrer of Suffolk University explore this phenomenon through the examples of Japan and Germany as they play catch up.
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.
Yoi‐Shigoto: Lessons in CSR by Prof. Yingyan Wang of Keio University
Prof. Savita Shankar, Keio Business School, looks into social entrepreneurship in Asia and the difference with Western social enterprises.
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.
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 […]
Global Voice eMagazine, special end-of-2018 issue As 2018 draws to a close, the Council on Business & Society has the great pleasure of welcoming you to our crowning issue of […]
October’s issue of Global Voice – the Council on Business & Society’s quarterly magazine – now available We’re delighted at the CoBS to announce that the 6th issue of our […]
Sachiko Yamao, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Keio Business School, Japan, and fellow researcher Professor Vesa Peltokorpi, University of Wollongong, crystalize their research into multinationals and their subsidiaries’ knowledge […]
Prof. Hirokazu Kono, former Dean of Japan’s leading business education institution Keio Business School, shares the story of the flagship China-Korea-Japan (CKJ) initiative that brings students and professors from three countries into contact with the Asian way of business and management.