New issue of Central European Business Review: Vol. 1, No. 2 online
In the second issue of CEBR, we focus primarily on the topic of sustainable corporate responsibility and “sustainable education”. In the fi rst research paper Prof. Mathias Schüz introduces for the fi rst time the holistic model of Sustainable Corporate Responsibility. His innovative model allows one to mirror and illustrate all of the existing Corporate Responsibility approaches, combined with the time-dimension of sustainability and thus contributes to CR-discussion worldwide. In the following research paper, Prof. Markus Prandini and his colleagues outline possible pathways regarding how business schools can provide responsible management education. The topic of “sustainable education” is analyzed also in the discussion part. All six contributionsin this part are results of the international conference “Sustainable (Further-) Education for Future Managers and Entrepreneurs” which was held in Prague by the School of Management and Law at Zurich University of
Applied Sciences and by the Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Economics, Prague in September 2012.
However, the second issue of CEBR also offers other interesting topics. Dr. Denisa Kasl Kollmannová analyzes the increasing consumption trend of counterfeit goods in CEE countries and its consequences. Dr. Martin Lukeš brings a conceptual paper on the existence and support of entrepreneurial behavior and innovation in larger companies. Lukáš Mohelský and Prof. Hana Machková analyze the development of the Czech automotive suppliers’ customer portfolio. And fi nally, Dr. Gina Cook maps the American values and traits which can cause differences in doing business from the norms typical in the CEE region. Last but not least, we present an exclusive interview with Prof. Hermann Simon who visited the University of Economics, Prague in June 2012.
Miroslav Karlíček, Ph.D.
Central European Business Review is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal focused on strategic business issues with a Central European perspective. The journal is published by the Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Economics, Prague. It’s main objective is to bridge the existing gap between academics and practitioners within the region.
The journal is primarily intended for senior management of corporations and other large companies operating in Central Europe as well as for ambitious entrepreneurs managing growing enterprises. Another important target audience includes academics of business faculties in the region
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