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Topic: Speculations on the exits into the future
RISE Talk (Resilience, Innovation, Strategy and Ecosystems) is an inaugural seminar series funded by ESRC and hosted by the Centre for Innovation and Technology Management (CITM), Durham University Business School. The aim is to facilitate an interdisciplinary discussion and exploration of how conventional theories inform our understanding of the phenomenon of RISE and how the role of RISE can help to address the pressing and complex issues faced by business and society, including governance and systems for sustainable development.
The Centre for Banking, Institutions and Development (CBID) is hosting the next virtual CBID Central Bankers’ Forum.
The aim of the forum is to spark research ideas and discussions on emerging issues from a policy perspective in banking and intermediation. The speakers of this edition are established researchers in the field from Bilkent University, Norges Bank, Bank of England, Imperial College and the European Central Bank.
Durham University Business School, Centre for Banking Institutions and Development (CBID) is co-organizing the 2nd Endless Summer Conference jointly with the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), Tilburg University, Cyprus University of Technology, Fordham University, University of Essex, KU Leuven, Montpellier Business School and University of Zurich on Financial Intermediation and Corporate Finance.
Topic: Reporting on Sustainable Development Risks
The Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal in conjunction with the Ethical Finance, Accountability and Governance research centre at Durham University Business School and the Social and Environmental Sustainability in Organisations Research Group at Swinburne University invite you to a free webinar on sustainable development risk reporting.