Teaching: Creating Student Experiences that Integrate Poverty with Responsible Management

This session will focus on student learning.

Papers that illustrate how to integrate poverty alleviation topics and issues with responsible management through action learning activities, use of multi-/cross-disciplinary faculty teams, curricular/program/course change strategies, involvement of stakeholders as learning partners are welcome for this session.  Proposed innovations in teaching 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

Teaching Session Presentations

Moderator: Milenko Gudić

Principles for responsible management education – a concept to be intertwined in economics, management and administration curricula – results of a small research project
Anastasija Marcheva, D. A.
Tsenov Academy of Economics, Svishtov, Bulgaria

Poverty eradication through social and pedagogical innovation: The importance of setting role models
Guénola Nonet  & Charline Collard
Montpellier, France

Integrating Anti-corruption, Poverty and other Global Compact Principles in Business Education Curriculum: Way Forward
Wolfgang Amann
HEC Paris in Qatar, Qatar
Shiv Tripathi
Mzumbe University, Faculty of Commerce, Tanzania

Bigger Universities for Lesser Students. Challenge for Future Educational Leaders
Marcin Geryk
Gdansk Management College, Poland

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