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Newsletter: September 2020

25 September 2020 | Newsletters

Welcome to the September edition of our newsletter! This month we take a look at the successful oikos International events over summer like oikos In Residence and St. Gallen Unconference. We also plan for the semester ahead, welcoming new Working Groups members,not to forget that the applications for the positions of vice presidents is open, and will be voted upon in November, to get our new board joining by the end of the year. To top it off – we share with you some exciting upcoming events from the oikos community and our partners. An important date is coming up soon as we announce NexGenLead – the upcoming program organized in collaboration with Swissnex Brazil.... »

Newsletter: August 2020

20 August 2020 | Newsletters

Welcome to the August edition of our newsletter! We are headed towards a busy period for the oikos Community at the end of the month with the Winter School(turned Summer) and the St. Gallen Unconference coming up. Along with another oikos-swissnex webinar and a Curriculum Action Call, it makes for a great warm up for the upcoming semester in which we’ll see a Central-European Region Meeting and NexGenLead take place. There are new position openings for those eager to join the oikos International team or work on a major international project. Finally – a new global online program we’re a part of took off in August – find out how you can participate and learn from it.... »

oikos Students Transforming Economics and Management Education

17 August 2020

Economics and management education has become a subject of increasing scrutiny in light of pressing environmental, economic, and social challenges. Some authors detail infamous and unethical corporate scandals as well as the 2008 global financial crisis to emphasize shortcomings in economics and management education, and the negative role business leaders might play in contributing towards global climate change and financial as well as social calamities (Colander et al 2009, Giacalone and Wargo 2009, Waddock and Lozano 2013, Swanson, 2004). Similarly, the discipline of economics has received ample criticism for relying on tools and theories that are poorly suited to deal with the mounting problems of the 21st century (Hodgson et al 1992, Keen 2002, Fullbrook 2004, Krugman 2009).... »

Newsletter: July 2020

17 July 2020 | Newsletters

We are excited to introduce the latest edition of our newsletter in a new and refreshed format! We have created a new smart design which makes it easy to navigate through and allows for additional features to keep you up to date with all things oikos! With oikos In (your) Residence and Carbon Literacy Training under way, this month we also look ahead for the next semester and the upcoming oikos events amid the pandemic. Along with interesting articles about oikos’ resilience and Positive Impact Rating, we’re delighted to finally unveil the new hub for oikos Alumni!... »

Newsletter: June 2020

19 June 2020 | Newsletters

Welcome to the June edition of our newsletter! As summer approaches and the semester is slowly coming to an end the oikos Community keeps rolling full steam ahead. The Team is growing, welcoming new members, oikos is coming to the homes of students world wide with the upcoming oikos In (your) Residence allowing them to work together on improving education from the comfort of their bedrooms. We also take a look back at previous events and collaborations like the VR Webinar jointly organized by oikos and swissnex Brazil and dwell into the cross-chapter projects of oikos Vienna and Graz chapters. The oikos Calendar keeps expanding so don’t forget to mark yours with new oikos events coming up!... »