Sustainability in Management Education
Call for chapter proposals on environmental, social and economic sustainability in both global and local contexts; Proposal deadline 15 Dec 2006
Date: Sat, 2 Dec 2006 15:44:33 -0500
From: Charles Wankel <wankelc@OPTONLINE.NET>
Call for chapters:
SUSTAINABILITY IN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
Charles Wankel, St. John’s University, New York, Editor
Vol. 8 in the Research in Management Education and Development series
IAP Publishers, Charlotte, NC, 2009
The need for environmental, social and economic sustainability in both global and local contexts is stark. Concerns about the viability and sensibility of current management theory and practice in the face of growing worldwide poverty, health crises, natural resource depletion, global warming, terrorism, and governmental and business corruption are mounting. Chapters on how management educators can use real-world projects to develop in learners visions of new roles for business in solving environmental and social problems, whether they are local or global, are invited.
Proposals can be any length though 200 words is ideal. Also include a brief biography mentioning any related publications and your degrees. Send these to email@example.com .
The deadline for submissions for this volume is December 15, 2007.