Coronavirus And Global Supply Chain Disruption: A Wake-Up Call For Climate Policy?
Nives Dolsak and Aseem Prakash

Coronavirus has slowed down economic activity and temporarily reduced China’s carbon emissions. However, there is a deeper implication for climate policy: decarbonization depends on global supply chains for inputs required for electric vehicles, solar panels, and wind turbines. In 2015, solar and wind contributed to about 7% of global electricity.  Their salience is projected to increase…

2020 EFA Best Paper Prize in Responsible Finance

European Finance Association Best Paper Prize in Responsible Finance   Professor Martin Oehmke (London School of Economics) and Professor Marcus Opp (Stockholm School of Economics) are the winners of the European Finance Association’s inaugural EFA Best Paper Price in Responsible Finance. The award was given at the 47th Annual Meeting held virtually and hosted by Aalto University, August…

FT Slow Hackathon

Financial Times responsible research assessment: “slow hackathon” invitation   Aim: explore better ways to quantify the societal impact of business school academic output to encourage better practice The challenge: create metrics for the public impact of research to incentivise high-quality and useful work, that are hard to game, and that the FT could use at…

I would suggest a number of actions:

  1. Promote RRBM directly through the Sage journal that I edit (Journal for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies – JEIEE, available at eie.sagepub.com);
  2. Advocacy through doctoral workshops, keynote speeches at research conferences;
  3. Demonstration of alternative value of RRBM with multiple user and stakeholder groups;
  4. Creation of a Citizens Research Group with community groups and institutions.

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