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Research That Shows Impact from the Financial Times Responsible Business Education Awards

January 25, 2022 2154

The Financial Times recently released a special report on their 2022 Responsible Business Education Awards. With the growing focus on social impact within both business schools and the corporate arena, the awards honor those institutions and researchers whose focus includes people and planet, alongside profit.

Responsible Business Education Award Winners 2022

The awards were split across three categories: academic research with impact, teaching cases, and alumni change makers. The academic research award went to papers that addressed societal challenges, with evidence of impact on policy or practice. The judges (selected from the private, public, and non-profit sectors alongside FT journalists) selected four winners as outstanding examples, one as highly commended, and 17 runners-up.

Among the academic research selected by the Financial Times, winners included:

SAGE Publishing Runners-up*:

*SAGE Publishing is the parent company of Social Science Space.

Chris Hardin is a corporate communications manager with SAGE Publishing.

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