Humanities in Business Education: Who’s Getting a Move on Here?

09 July 2013 | News

Published in 2011, the second Carnegie Report evoked numerous debates among business scholars. According to the report, business schools are in need of a makeover, specifically to incorporate more humanities and social sciences. Alongside US-based Carnegie Foundation and Aspen Institute, teachers at University of St. Gallen, Barcelona’s ESADE Business School and Copenhagen Business School are trying to move the report’s agenda forward. …»... »

Apply for the oikos Warsaw PhD seminar

30 June 2013 | News

The oikos PhD Seminar is a 2-day event by oikos Warsaw dedicated to “Energy and Environmental Economics”. It provides a platform to present ongoing PhD research, get feedback from fellow PhD students as well as faculty, and to promote links on the topic among PhD students from various countries.  Selected contributions will be considered for publishing. The project will take place from 12-13 September 2013 in Warsaw. More... »

Become a Student Reporter at the World Resources Forum 2013 in Davos, Switzerland

19 May 2013 | News

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oikos enters Canada

01 May 2013 | News

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Student Clubs Shape Universities into a Proper Place for Personal Development

01 May 2013 | News

How could students improve learning environment at their universities? Why is it still difficult for them to get involved in university governance? What should Georgian universities do in order to implement sustainability in their structure? These were crucial questions discussed during the Youth Forum organised by oikos Tbilisi. Youth Forum, Tbilisi After issuing the report on “Examination of Higher Education Reforms and the Quality of Higher Education in Georgia” last year, oikos Tbilisi has started another big project focused on active involvement of students in university education and governance. In April, oikos members supported by the Open Society Foundation organised the Youth Forum in order to find strategies how to improve the current university education. The forum brought together 90... »