Publication ABIS Special Issue: Business in Society: Measuring Impact and Creating Change
We are pleased to inform you that the ABIS Special Issue: Business in Society: Measuring Impact and Creating Change has been successfully published in March 2021 in the Emerald journal: Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society.
Even when 9 papers were already officially accepted to be published in November 2020, 11 months after the official deadline of the submission of final papers (31. January), we have been patiently waiting from the Emerald publishing to be officially published on their online INSIGHT platform.
Kalika, Michel; Shenton, Gordon, EFMD
Rok, Boleslaw; Kulik, Monika, Kozminski University
Kowszyk, Yanina Mariel; Vanclay, Frank University of Barcelona
Diener, Joel; Habisch, Andre, Catholic University of EichstaettIngolstadt
Perrini, Francesco; Costanzo, Laura A.; Karatas-Ozkan, Mine,
SDA Bocconi School of Management
Blagov, Yury; Petrova-Savchenko, Anastasia A., GSOM St.
Gring-Pemble, Lisa; Perilla, Germán, George Mason University
Visser, Wayne,Antwerp Management School
Veselova, Anna; Aray, Yulia; Knatko, Dmitri; Levchenko, Anna
GSOM St. Petersburg University
We would like to give a special thank you and recognition to our Guest Editors: :
- Ivo Matser, CEO, ABIS;
- Yury Blagov, Director, PWC Center for Corporate Social Responsibility, St. Petersburg University;
- Thomas Osburg, Professor, Fresenius University of Applied Sciences
- Boleslaw Rok, Professor, Kozminski University
The papers in this Special Issue are pertinent and topical in the sustainability discourse, focusing on some of the fundamental issues in measuring impact and systemic change and impact on macro and micro level. The papers provide a state-of-the-art overview on the current related developments and challenges that academia and businesses are currently facing. We would like to congratulate our authors and co-authors for their hard work.
The Special Issue can be viewed here:
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