Global Voice magazine #1
Professors are expected to have a higher standard of professional ethics, which may help obtain better CSR performance ratings.
The first in a four-part focus on what leading international academics and in-the-field practitioners foresee as crucial developments in the energy sector and how higher education should tailor studies to […]
Prof. Charles Cho provides an at-a-glance exec summary of the essential factors behind corporate sustainability reporting In reality, sustainability reporting varies quite a bit from country to country and depends […]
Profs Charles Cho, Matias Laine, Robin W. Roberts and Michelle Rodrigue take the Council on Business & Society on the second part of their journey into corporate sustainability: when something […]
Prof. Charles Cho, ESSEC; Matias Laine, University of Tampere; Robin W. Roberts, University of Central Florida; and Michelle Rodrigue from the Université Laval take us through a two-part article for […]
According to recent research, the biggest problem with social reporting is that those who report most are not always those who are most responsible. How can we ensure clarity and […]
By Charles Cho, Professor of Social and Environmental Accounting, ESSEC Business School. By kind permission of ESSEC Knowledge Today, talk of “sustainability” is everywhere, from the corporate boardroom to the global […]