The Centre for Research in Accounting and Sustainability (CerCeDD) aims to develop research, training and knowledge transfer activities on issues related to the accounting for sustainable development in order to increase knowledge in this area and contribute to improving practices within organizations.
Hoover Chair: Created in 1991, the Hoover Chair aims to stimulate an ethical reflection in teaching and research at the ESPO (UCL), and helps to nurture a clear and informed debate on ethical issues faced by our society in the scope of the faculty’s competences/disciplines. These objectives are pursued through (1) the organization of debates, seminars, symposia and a certificate in economic and social ethics, (2) by welcoming foreign visitors and participating in many activities organized by third parties in Belgium and /or abroad. These activities are relayed by a large number of downloadable publications from the Publications page or from the personal members of the Hoover Chair’s page.
IÉSEG aims to be a source of inspiration and a proactive player in the development of a responsible and sustainable economic and social environment by being a forum for debate, and as a source of diffusion of creative knowledge and solutions. To meet this ambition, the IÉSEG Center for Organizational Responsibility (ICOR) was founded in January 2014. The two central missions of this integrated, cross- departmental academic center are to constitute a coordination center for all initiatives around social responsibility and sustainability currently developed by and within the School (including the School’s commitment to international and national schemes, such as the UN Global Compact, the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative, and The UN Principles for Responsible Management Education) and to represent a constructive platform for the proposal and development of refined actions and innovative initiatives linked to social responsibility and sustainability ideas at the School level, in collaboration with its stakeholders.