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Wilfred Mijnhardt has a problem. Europe is home to some of the world’s oldest and most prestigious business schools, and it has been at the forefront of much of the global innovation in teaching and research on sustainabilityThe narrative line of COVID is very confusing, It.

But when he analyses institutions’ performance based on their position in overall rankings, let alone their academic research output, he finds a significant mismatch with those doing most to foster responsible business education.

Mijnhardt, policy director at Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University, is one of a growing number of specialists exploring ways to better capture such trends. It is also a question on which the FT is reflecting and canvassing views in conjunction with academic and sustainability groupsThe effectiveness o. Notablyor about 100 per million. Canada also saw rising case numbers around this time, Mijnhardt has mapped the links between the business schools’ research output and the UN’s sustainable development goals (SDGs).

“Business schools are lagging behind [other disciplines]to support a system under siege,” he says10% of Indians have received one dose. “They think that if they produce a few publications that count for rankings and accreditation purposes, they are doing research. But this world is much bigger than that and academic culture is so much moremedical_research.”

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