Date: Wednesday, October 21st 2020
Time: 18:30 - 19:30
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In economics we call it negative externality: one’s actions, with value to the customers, cause harm for other stakeholders. What if this stakeholder is the environment? The one with no voice and unable to tell businesses to stop creating value with their Earth- and resource-depleting activities. Maybe it is now the new value to customers, to be ecofriendly and sustainable! Dr. Judit Kozenkow will discuss value creation through economic analysis and take the environment as a stakeholder into focus. The seminar will highlight the global economic megatrend of sustainability and various examples how businesses can turn their harmful environmental activities into positive and sustainable environmental-friendly actions by still creating value. Let’s turn negative externalities into positive!
About Dr. Judit Kozenkow:
Dr. Judit Kozenkow holds a Ph.D. in Economics and has more than 10 years of experience in the field of international economics. Currently she teaches at Webster University Geneva and at EU Business School Switzerland; and mentors undergraduate, graduate and doctorate students. Besides lecturing she also works as researcher and analyst for different international organizations and training centers worldwide, including recently the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). Dr. Kozenkow has developed excellent analytical, communication, and organizational skills through teaching, research, project management and constant personal development. Her previous positions include Research Fellowship at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Visiting Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC and strategic advisory and risk management in the Hungarian financial sector.
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