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Research Assistant position in the area of sustainability management at Heinrich Heine University. German language skills mandatory.
Postdoc Position at the Centre for Sustainability Management (CSM) – German Language Skills Required
Postdoc position at Stefan Schaltegger’s Centre for Sustainability Management (CSM). German language skills mandatory.
Free access until 8 September 2018 – “The sustainable business model pattern taxonomy” – published in Sustainable Production and Consumption
The following link provides free access to our recently published article “The sustainable business model pattern taxonomy—45 patterns to support sustainability-oriented business model innovation”.
The TU Dresden, as one of eleven excellence universities in Germany, invites applications for the position of the Hans Carl von Carlowitz Junior Professorship (W1) in Sustainability Assessment and Policy at the earliest possible date.
Open Postdoc Position at Lund IIIEE: “Circular Business Model Innovation and Experimentation for the solar industry”
Lund University IIIEE is recruiting a Postdoc in an exciting new role focused on “Circular Business Model Innovation and Experimentation for the solar industry.”
Open position: Senior researcher with a focus on business model innovation for sustainable mobility services (RISE, Sweden)
RISE, Sweden, is looking for a senior researcher with a focus on business model innovation for sustainable mobility services.
AOM All-Academy Theme Symposium: SYSTEMS & SUSTAINABILITY: TOWARDS A NEW RESEARCH AGENDA, 6 August 2017
The overall aim of the symposium is to introduce system perspectives to a wide audience and to use business sustainability as an illustrative context for how the application of systems thinking needs to be strengthened in management research.
Research on ‘business models for sustainability’ (BMfS) is developing very dynamically. But many scholars and also practitioners deal and struggle with the question how to define a BMfS.
Nearly 120 researchers from more than 20 countries attended the 2nd International Conference on New Business Models. More than 70 presentations in eight sessions as well as four hands-on workshops made this conference a very dynamic and successful event.