Journal of Global Responsibility: Volume 2 Issue 2


Table of contents - Special Issue: Nurturing responsibility: connecting business practice, education and sustainability

Guest Editors: Dr Alex Ryan, Professor Daniella Tilbury

Today becomes tomorrow: Re‐thinking business practice, education and learning in the context of sustainability

Daniella Tilbury, Alexandra Ryan

The present preoccupations of businesses and business educators include the increasing global debt, rising unemployment and expanding carbon footprints, and the societal…

The UN‐Principles for Responsible Management Education: Sharing (and evaluating) information on progress

Jose M. Alcaraz, Magdalena Wiktoria Marcinkowska, Eappen Thiruvattal

With more than 332 signatories, the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) is probably the most solid initiative to inspire and champion…

Worldly leadership: challenging the hegemony of Western business education

Sharon Turnbull

Leadership theories that inform business education have largely been rooted in Western conceptions of leadership. The purpose of this paper is to report on research that…

Business graduate skills in sustainability

Glyn Mather, Leanne Denby, Leigh N. Wood, Bronwen Harrison

The purpose of this paper is to review research and strategies in Australian business education that aim to foster graduate capabilities in sustainability concepts and…

“Ignorance was bliss, now I'm not ignorant and that is far more difficult”: Transdisciplinary learning and reflexivity in responsible management education

Carole Parkes, John Blewitt

The collapse of world economic systems brought the interconnectedness between business and global events sharply into focus. As Starkey points out: “leading business…

Criticality by stealth: embedding tools for sustainability in the business curriculum

Peter Redding, Molly Scott Cato

The purpose of this paper is to provide a case study which illustrates how specific skills can be embedded within an undergraduate business module thereby promoting wider…

Towards the integration of sustainability in the business curriculum: Perspectives from Indian educators

Tribhuvan Pratap Singh, N.S. Bisht, Megha Rastogi

Sustainability may be defined as a concept that activates the inner sense of individuals, companies and societies to initiate, promote and sustain practices to protect and…

Responsibility and integrity in the curriculum

Simon Robinson, Paul Dowson

The purpose of this paper is to examine the meaning of responsibility and how it might be integrated into the business school and university curriculum.

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