Brunel University London Research Centre for Law, Economics and Finance launches the first event in a new seminar series.
Presenters and discussants from the UK and overseas academic institutions, non-for-profit organisations, industry, and government institutions will discuss challenges and opportunities facing businesses in various sectors of national and global economies during and after COVID-19 pandemic. Green recovery, environmental justice, responsible business practices, sustainable development, and corporate support of arts and culture are among topics in the focus of this seminar series.
Improving socio-economic outcomes of interactions between communities, businesses and institutions
Introducing the Panel:
Mr Gerbrand Haverkamp, World Benchmarking Alliance - “The Role of Sustainability in the Economic Recovery post-COVID19 pandemic.”
Prof Juan Ibáñez, Catolica Universidad de Santiago, Chile - “Implementing Due Diligence Processes in Emerging Markets: Challenges and Opportunities.”
Dr Lisa Benjamin, Lewis and Clark Law School, Portland, USA - “Group of companies and Climate Change: Re-Interpreting Corporate Doctrines for Climate and Environmental Justice.”