Follow our special edition that contains selected papers of the ESG Business Case Study Competition: Vale, Natura, C&A and Sekisui Chemical – business cases of top companies for you to better understand the business world.
Chief Editor: Prof. Ricardo Britto, Ph.D
Editorial Coordinator: Maria Kazantseva, M.Sc.
Aldo Brunhara, Ph.D
Cecília Galante, Ph.D
Daniel Pitelli, Ph.D
Elaine Mandotti, Ph.D
Filipe Guazelli, MBA
João Guerreiro, MSc
Maria Kazantseva, MSc
Layout: Lucas Soares
Final review: Maria Kazantseva
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