5 of the Best

Before the publication of the year’s final, bumper issue of Global Voice magazine, a look back at 5 of the Council’s most read articles of 2018. Enjoy!

Per member School in alphabetical order

1. THE FOURTH FINANCIAL STATEMENT: WHEN FINANCE TURNS INNOVATIVELY GREEN

ESSEC Business School, France-Singapore-Morocco

  • Prof. Adrian Zicari looks into an innovative and inexpensive way to transform a P&L statement into a CSR report for any size of company.

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2. REVERSING THE PYRAMID THROUGH SOCIAL ENTERPRISE

FGV-EAESP, Brazil

  • Prof. Edgard Barki, Head of the Entrepreneurship Research Center at FGV Brazil shares his experience gained on the Brazilian testing ground.

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3. THE US AND CHINA: PERCEPTIONS OF BUSINESS ETHICS RE-VISITED

School of Management Fudan University, China

  • Prof. Qinqin Zheng’s research on cross-cultural business ethics in the context of the US-China trade war.

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4. THE MISSING MIDDLE IN MICRO-FINANCE

Keio Business School, Japan

  • Prof. Savita Shankar addresses the needs of millions of micro entrepreneurs who form the ‘missing middle’ as their financing needs are met by neither micro-finance institutions nor commercial banks.

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5. FAILURE INC. – ENTREPRENEURS AND THEIR FEARS

Warwick Business School, United Kingdom

  • Profs. James Hayton and Gabriella Cacciotti share their research on the entrepreneur, fear of failure, and how to overcome it.

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With thanks to our contributors and readers in 2018.

The CoBS Editorial and Media team: Tom Gamble, Tales Andreassi, Elsa Huang, Hiroshi Takagi, Warren Manger, Afifeh Fakori, Kunal Ganorkar and of course, the Council’s Exec Director., Prof. Christian Koenig.

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