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The Council posts weekly articles from leading faculty members of each of the Council's schools as well as giving the spotlight to its students and expert partners. Join the community, share your opinions, and gain access to insights and inroads into CSR and responsible leadership in the fields of HR, sustainability, diversity, entrepreneurship, finance, ethics, employee well-being, marketing, public policy, management, economics, governance, philanthropy and impact investing. 

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Coffee corners, virtual venting and corporate control in the digital age by Profs. Mario Aquino Alves & Adriana Wilner, FGV-EAESP  

CSR, leadership, social enterprise, management, philanthropy, diversity, gender equity, healthcare, sustainability, ethics, industrial relations, healthcare, employee wellbeing, Council on Business & Society, Global Voice magazine, ESSEC Business School, ESSEC Asia-Pacific, FGV-EAESP, Trinity College Dublin Business School, Keio Business School, Warwick Business School, School of Management Fudan University, Tom Gamble, Global Voice magazine, responsible innovation

From overworked and ill, to overworked and okay by Prof. Amanda Shantz, Trinity Business School 

For a thoughtful and responsible innovation by Prof. Xavier Pavie, ESSEC Business School, Asia-Pacific

Responsible innovation, Xavier pavie, Council on Business & Socety, ESSEC Business School

Migration and cities: Big losses and bigger gains by Andrea Tealdi, CSR student article finalist, ESSEC Business School

Amanda Employee stress and work overload in perhantz, Trinity Business School,
Andrea Tealdi, ESSEC MiM, Migration and cities.PNG

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Tom Gamble is the writer, author and editor behind the Community blog and Global Voice magazine. Learn more about Tom Gamble at tomgamble.org

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