Integrating Doughnut Economics into business education (Past)

Sharing how business schools are integrating concepts of Doughnut Economics and business redesign into their teaching.

Doughnut Economics, and its focus on enterprise design is increasingly being integrated into business education in universities around the world. This webinar will share some insights about how this is happening in some pioneering universities, and ways this can be attempted by others.

The concepts and tools of Doughnut Economics are being integrated into undergraduate and graduate business education. This includes bringing Doughnut Economics and distributive and regenerative enterprise design into education programmes by:

  • Incorporating it into a lecture and/or seminar that is part of a broader module
  • Setting assignments
  • Creating an entire module
  • Creating an entire programme

The webinar will be hosted by DEAL's Business & Enterprise lead Erinch Sahan, with some presentations from a range of people from business schools already integrating Doughnut Economics into their teaching.

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    Erinch Sahan

    Oxford, England, United Kingdom

    To build the new economy and business models together with others - with ambition and intellectual honesty.

    John Jarvis

    Cheltenham, UK

    New Green Party member, excited meet like-minded locals and do great things!

    Brian Dowling

    Hacienda Heights, California, United States of America

    Interest in applying Systems Thinking and Complex Adaptive Systems through heterodox economics.

    Aijaz Haq

    Karachi, Pakistan

    Make KSBL a role model for developing future leaders that drive and embrace sustainability.


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