ABIS Special Issue: Best Sustainability Teaching Practices published!
We are pleased to inform you that the ABIS Special Issue: “Best Sustainability Teaching Practices” was published with 8 papers and a guest editorial at the Emerald Journal of International Education in Business.
Please find the open access Editorial HERE.
Please find all the papers accessible on Emerald Insight.
From the results of the ABIS Survey 2020, sharing best practices and making high-quality teaching resources accessible to all, is considered one of the top resources and support needed to face current challenges. In the light of the 19th Annual Colloquium “Coming full circle? Sustainability and future-proof global recovery”, where sustainability change agents from business, academia and NGOs harnessed the change possibilities and committed to urgent action and innovation, business schools scholars and educators presented innovative sustainability teaching practices across three tracks: Sustainability Programmes, Creative Teaching Practices, Business Cases and Industry Engagement.
Some of these are included in this ABIS Special Issue: "Best Sustainability Teaching Practices". This special issue is designed to help the ABIS business-academic network and beyond to gain and access relevant insights to accelerate sustainability uptake, learning capacity and improve the development of sustainable business education. Our hope is that business school take leadership toward sustainability transitions. The Special Issue is published with 8 papers and an editorialin the Emerald Journal of International Education in Business. We would like to thank our guest editors, authors and reviewers for their dedication, hard work and loyalty.
Special and big thank you to our:
- Satu Teerikangas, Professor of Management and Organization, Turku School of Economics, University of Turku
- Mollie Painter, Professor of Ethics and Organization, Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University
- Ivo Matser, Chief Executive Officer, ABIS Best Sustainability Teaching Practices
- Sally Randles, Paul Dewick, Eleanor Hannan, Dawn Theresa Nicholson, Martijn Rietbergen, Christopher Taylor, Valeria Vargas, Helen Wadham, Lauren Withycombe Keeler, Manchester Metropolitan University
- Jan Beyne, Lars Moratis, Ans De Vos, Antwerp Management School
- Anne Magro, Lisa Gring-Pemble, Charish Bishop, George Mason University,
- Marlen Gabriele Arnold, TU Chemnitz
- Goutam Kundu, Syed Perwez, VIT University
- Lester Davids, Kosheek Sewchurran, Camille Meyer, Jennifer McDonogh, University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business
- Esben Rahbek Pedersen, Kirsti Reitan Andersen, Diaz Schiavon, Ana Lucia, Copenhagen Business School
- Panikos Georgallis, Kayleigh Bruijn, University of Amsterdam
- Sally Randles, University of Manchester
- Biljana Pesalj, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences
- Joao Batista Brillo de Carvalho, ESADE
- Valdone Darškuviene, ISM University of Management and Economics
- Joan Fontrodona, IESE Business School
- Manuela Brusoni, Bocconi University Graduate School
- Yury Blagov, Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg University
- José-Luis Fernández, Universidad Pontificia Comillas
- Benny Tjahjono, Coventry University
- David Herbinet, MAZARS
- Carlos Ballesteros, Universidad Pontificia Comillas
- Pouya Samani, Maastricht University