Young Lions: Student CSR Winners and Finalists, 2019

The Results of the Council on Business & Society student CSR article competition 2019

The winners and finalists of the 2019 Council on Business & Society CSR student article writing competition have now been officially selected. Congratulations to all those students who took the commitment and effort to write and participate in the competition, with a special mention to the winners, runners-up and finalists for the outstanding quality of their work!​

The 2019 winners are:

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Seamus Duferrena, PhD student at ESSEC Business School, with What Those Migrants are Doing to our Countries

Camila Morishita, Undergraduate student at FGV-EAESP, with Females in the Workforce: Breaking free from the doll’s house

Xiaoxiang Chen, Undergraduate student at School of Management Fudan University with Opportunities Veiled in the Mask of Crisis: How can migration flow boost the economy?

Ananya Tiwari, Undergraduate student at Warwick Business School, with Gender Equality – Is it prosperous for the economy and should this be our sole selling point?

All winners receive €500 equivalent in prize money, a CoBS Responsible Leadership Competition winner’s certificate and their articles published alongside those of CoBS faculty in the June 21st anniversary issue of Global Voice magazine.

The 2019 runners-up and finalists are:

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Andrea Tealdi, Runner-up: MiM student at ESSEC Business School Asia-Pacific, with Migration – Big losses, bigger gains

Keerit Singh, Runner-up: Undergraduate student at Warwick Business School, with A Giant Step for Everyone: Why gender equality is a need, not a want

Hiba Houmache, Finalist: MiM student at ESSEC Business School, with How can gender equality increase prosperity for all?

Nicolas Desarnauts, Finalist: GBBA student at ESSEC Business School, with Beyond Politics: The economic case for migration

Midori Toya, Finalist: GBBA student at ESSEC Business School, with Social contribution and profit – are companies facing a trade off?

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Solène Eveillard, Finalist: MiM student at ESSEC Business School, with More Gender Equality – More Prosperity for All

All runners-up and finalists receive a CoBS Responsible Leadership Competition Runner-up or Finalist certificate and their articles published alongside those of CoBS faculty in the high summer anniversary issue of Global Voice magazine. 

View the students’ articles in the high summer issue of Global Voice magazine:

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