Research: Advancing the Discussion on Responsible Management, Sustainable Development, and Poverty Alleviation

The session will explore how research on poverty alleviation can shape responsible management action and practice.

Conceptual, empirical and focused research papers that advance the understanding of the role, dynamics, and impact of corporations, entrepreneurs, social enterprises or other organizations on poverty reduction and that provide guidance for responsible management education are welcome.  Works in progress and/or proposals for innovative research designs that lead to new insights or challenge established frameworks about responsible management and poverty are also suitable for this session.

This session is designed for maximum interaction and discussion between participants and will provide presenters with valuable feedback for further improving their respective research, publishing and teaching opportunities and practices.

Session Chair: Milenko Gudić; Co-Chairs: Al Rosenbloom & Carol Parkes

Research Session Presentations

Moderator: Al Rosenbloom

The Integrational Approach of Strategic CSR as a Contribution to the Corporate Sustainability in American Companies. The case of El Salvador
Mauricio Vladimir Umana
Glasswing International, El Salvador

Integrating  ethics and anti-corruption into corporate culture to alleviate poverty along their supply chain: work in progress from Pakistan
Ambreen Waheed
Responsible Business Initiative, Pakistan

Making sense of profits: how to measure the impact of the challenging goal to educate future manager towards social enterprise
Alessia Anzivino
Bocconi University, Italy
Elisa Ricciuti
CERGAS Bocconi, Italy

Reasoning without the Public? Motives and their Challenges for Sustainable Human Development
Jürgen Volkert
Pforzheim University, Germany

Economic Inequality and Higher Education: The Lithuanian Case
Jadvyga Čiburienė
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

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