Integrating sustainability into the MBA, undergraduate and executive MBA programs, preparing students and executives to be managers and leaders whose knowledge of sustainability concepts gives them a competitive advantage.
The Stacia L. Wood Social Impact Summer Grants (SISG) provides financial support to MBA students utilizing business skills during their summer internship within organizations that make a positive social impact.
Join UNC's sixth annual UNC Clean Tech Summit Feb. 28-Mar. 1, 2019. This event will highlight the latest innovations, trends and challenges in the clean technology industry and how North Carolina is playing a key role in leading the way to a green global economy.
 

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2019 UNC Clean Tech Summit

Thursday February 28, 2019

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host its sixth annual UNC Clean Tech Summit Feb. 28-Mar. 1, 2019 at UNC’s Friday Center. The event will highlight the latest innovations, trends and challenges in the clean technology industry and how North Carolina is playing a key role in leading the way to a green global economy. The Summit is co-hosted by the UNC Institute for the Environment and the Center for Sustainable Enterprise at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. More

 

Latest Research

Microfoundations of Corporate Social Responsibility and Irresponsibility

December 22, 2018

This study examines the importance of social perception of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and irresponsibility (CSI). Drawing from the social psychology literature on stereotypes, we argue that two fundamental dimensions of social perception—warmth and competence—help understand the underlying processes and conditions under which CSR leads to specific outcomes. More

Ensuring Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility through Vertical Integration and Horizontal Sourcing

June 01, 2018

In recent years, several corporate social and environmental responsibility (CSER) violations have come under public scrutiny. Daily Mail (2011) revealed that workers in Nike's Taiwanese-operated overseas plant were only paid 50 cents per hour, and were mentally and physically abused by their supervisors. More