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ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership

Henning Meyer will present this Seminar based on his Special Report: Creating Shared Value Operationalising CSV beyond the firm.
When Jun 25, 2018
from 12:00 AM to 02:00 AM
Where Upper Hall, Peterhouse, Cambridge
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Henning Meyer is Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Business Research (CBR) at Cambridge University and Managing Director of the consultancy firm New Global Strategy Ltd. He also serves as a Research Associate at the London School of Economics' Public Policy Group and is founder and Editor-in-Chief of Social Europe, a digital media publisher focused on new and pioneering answers to issues in economics, politics and employment & labor. Previously Henning Meyer was John F. Kennedy Memorial Policy Fellow at Harvard University and a Visiting Fellow at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University. He studied Politics, Economics and Business at Trier University, London Metropolitan University, the University of London and Oxford University. A buffet lunch will also be provided

If you would like to register to attend the seminar please send an email to Rachel Wagstaff (r.wagstaff@cbr.cam.ac.uk) including any dietary requirements.

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