Professor Daniel Nyberg in Financial Times' top 100 "Business School Research with Social Impact"
An article by Professor Daniel Nyberg from Newcastle Business School has been listed in Financial Times’ top 100.
Professor Daniel Nyberg from Newcastle Business School has written an article which has been listed in the Financial Times’ top 100 “Business School Research with Social Impact.”
Articles considered to have social impact over the last five years were nominated by Business Schools. Financial Times considered references ranging from academic citations to social media posts to develop the list.
Professor Nyberg’s article, co-authored with Professor Chris Wright from the University of Sydney – ‘An Inconvenient Truth: How Organizations Translate Climate Change into Business as Usual’ – explains how ambitious environmental initiatives over time fizzle out to support narrow business interests. The article has previously been summarised in a range of reputable journals – from Nature Climate Change to Harvard Business Review – and is now recognised as geared towards making a positive impact.
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