The objective of the cycle of seminars is to provide a global vision of principal issues surrounding corporate social responsibility.
Following a study of selected papers, students will be involved in talks with expert guest speakers.
Meeting 1: Business Goals Beyond Economic Success
Meeting 2: Is Environmental, Social Sustainability Compatible with Profitability?
Meeting 3: Sustainability and Profitability: The Ikea Case
Meeting 4: Measuring Sustainability Results
Meeting 5: Communicating Sustainability Goals: Procedures, Evaluation and Risks
Meeting 6: New Business Models for a Sustainable Economy: Cooperatives
Meeting 7: New Business Models for a Sustainable Economy: Social Enterprise and Venture Philanthropy
Meeting 8: New Business Models for an Innovative and Sustainable Economy: Sharing Economy
Meeting 9: Social Innovation to Create Shared Values: Content, Models and Criticism
Meeting 10: Social Innovation Panel: Current Experiences and Future Perspectives
The course lasts a total of 40 hours. To receive credit, students must attend 28 hours, 70% of the total course hours, and pass a final evaluation stipulated by the instructor.
The course is offered in Italian and is limited to 50 students.
The course calendar will be available in January.