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Rethinking Sustainability in Light of the EU’s New Circular Economy Policy
Scheller College of Business Professor Atalay Atasu was recently published in Harvard Business Review for his research around successful business practices in a circular economy.
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Team FullCircle
Designing New Climate Change Solutions with Inspiration that is Millions of Years Old
Designing New Climate Change Solutions with Inspiration that is Millions of Years Old
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How Does the Stock Market React to Announcements of Environmental Initiatives?
How Does the Stock Market React to Announcements of Environmental Initiatives?
How do announcements of environmentally friendly initiatives affect the shareholder value of publicly traded companies?
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Center Announces Delta as Inaugural Participant in Corporate Sustainability Program Executive Council
Center Announces Delta as Inaugural Participant in Corporate Sustainability Program Executive Council
The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business (“Center”) has announced that Delta Air Lines will be the first participant in the Center’s Corporate Sustainability Program (CSP) Executive Council. Through the CSP, the Center seeks to collaborate with leading companies that share a vision for developing sustainability leaders and shaping a new economy that offers a more sustainable future for all.
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Atalay Atasu, Dunn Family Professor and Area Coordinator of Operations Management
Atalay Atasu Named Sustainable Operations Departmental Editor of the Production and Operations Management Journal
It is with great pleasure that we announce Atalay Atasu has been named the new Departmental Editor of the Sustainable Operations division of the Production and Operations Management Journal. The Production and Operations Management Journal is one of the premier journals in Operations Management and the flagship journal of the Production and Operations Management Society.
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Ravi Subramanian (left) and Basak Kalkanci (right)
Professors Basak Kalkanci and Ravi Subramanian Publish on Toxic Materials Emissions Reporting
The annual federal report on toxic material emissions from industrial sites across the country gains widespread media attention and serves as a reminder of the potential environmental impacts of industrial activities. But a team of researchers at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business wondered whether federal regulators can persuade companies to abandon toxic chemicals by simply highlighting that information.
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Michael Oxman, Managing Director
Michael Oxman selected to Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership Class of 2018
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Why Businesses Should Not Be Allowed to Invoke Religious Exemptions
Why Businesses Should Not Be Allowed to Invoke Religious Exemptions
Should there be a religious exemption for secular businesses from public accommodation statutes that protect prospective patrons from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation?
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