The Business and Peacebuilding (BP) series seeks to deliver applied and theoretical knowledge of the complex and shifting role of the private, corporate and civil-society sectors in enhancing peacebuilding. It is designed to be inter-disciplinary and to break down research silos, showcasing perspectives on business and peacebuilding through a broad array of strategies and delivery mechanisms. These may include: corporate social responsibility, business and human rights, socially responsible investment, participation in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, environmental, social and corporate governance guidelines, leadership studies, supply chain management, conflict-sensitive business practice, and indigenous studies. Furthermore, BP is looking for institutions, structures and organizations (e.g., the impact of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals) and the role of business in moving from a state of conflict to establishing peace.
Music, Business and Peacebuilding
By Constance Cook Glen, Timothy L. Fort
December 22, 2021
Business schools are placing more emphasis on the role of business in society. Top business school accreditors are shifting to mandating that schools teach their students about the social impact of business, including AACSB standards to require the incorporation of business impact on society into ...
By Jason Miklian, Rina Alluri, John Elias Katsos
June 11, 2019
The intersection of business, peace and sustainable development is becoming an increasingly powerful space, and is already beginning to show the capability to drive major global change. This book deciphers how different forms of corporate engagement in the pursuit of peace and development have ...