Social & Environmental Accounting
Social and environmental Accounting is an area in great expansion in corporations (for examples: carbonaccounting @ Danone, eP&L@ Kering, organizational LCA in Accor…). This increasing place is supported simultaneously by investors and public policies (GHG Protocol, integrated reporting, Art. 75 Grenelle 2 in France, European directive on sustainable development reporting).
In the social field, innovations change boundaries between private and public sector, between for-profit and non-for-profit organizations, and raise accounting and accountability issues. Laws as well as investors contribute to new funding systems such as Social Impact Bonds, which question the impact assessment.
Main research topics in this group are:
- Environmental accounting standardization
- Social and environmental performance measurement
- Assessing social impacts
- New actors: roles, competencies and new professions
Research article — Entry mode diversity and closing commercial deals with international customers: The moderating role of advanced servitization
As the importance of servitization and service-augmented solution delivery grows into a mainstream phenomenon for manufacturers, offering theoretically founded avenues to solve their specific internationalization challenges is necessary.
Research article — Data-driven market effectiveness: The role of a sustained customer analytics capability in business operations
Academic ExcellenceFosso Wamba
This study's objective is to investigate how a business can achieve data-driven market effectiveness through the sustained application of a customer analytics capability to its operations.
Financial Times 2023 ranking: TBS Education ranks 37th among the world’s business schools
Inspiring EducationMaster In Management
n September 11, 2023, the Financial Times published its international ranking of Masters in Management. TBS Education moves up 13 places to rank among the world's top Management Schools.
Research article — Sustainability and intermodality in humanitarian logistics: A two-stage multi-objective programming formulation: a two-stage multi-objective programming formulation
Intermodality is a valuable approach when infrastructure is damaged, as it allows the use of different delivery modes to reach demand areas. Nevertheless, involving different transportation modes has an impact on the environment.
Research article — Human resource management in the age of generative artificial intelligence: Perspectives and research directions on ChatGPT
Research article — Does Resilience Matter for Supply Chain Performance in Disruptive Crises with Scarce Resources?
Academic ExcellenceFosso Wamba
Research article — Advances in entrepreneurial ecosystem and places: time, space and context
Research article — The Organizational Dynamics of Business Models for Sustainability: Discursive and Cognitive Pathways for Change
Research article — Online Reputation and Debt Capacity
Research article — Value creation by and for entrepreneurs in an entrepreneurial ecosystem: a resource and capability approach
Research article — Marketers on board: The influence of marketing-experienced board members (MEBMs) on firm innovativeness inputs and the moderating roles of CEO job characteristics
Global Executive MBA: a pedagogical partnership between ATR and TBS Education
Research article — Competition and risk taking in local bank markets: Evidence from the business loans segment
Research article — Understanding who avoids single-use plastics and why: A cross-country mixed-method study
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