CEMS Magazine / "Pointing the way to a greener economy"

Louvain-La-Neuve, Mons

"The CEMS community explores the impact of the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs) on business leadership and the creation of radical new business models.

(...) CEMS Social Partner, Transparency International, campaigns for corporates to make full disclosure of the profits, tax paid and the measures undertaken in each country they trade with. The University of Louvain School of Management and Transparency International Belgium have a long term partnership in which CEMS students learn how businesses are applying UN SDG 16 ("peace, justice and strong institutions) to their public reporting to shareholders and investors. Carlos Desmet, visiting professor in business ethics and responsible leadership, says, "corruption is the single biggest obstacle to meeting the sustainable development goals. It has a huge negative impact on the world economy."

Read more about our collaboration in CEMS Magazine's article from Stephen Hoare

Publié le 22 novembre 2019