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Business schools and academia

Business schools and academics have a vital role to play in driving systemic change through both their research and teaching. Research challenges business as usual; teaching equips the finance professionals of the future.

Business students must receive the education they need to meet the challenges of a changing world. Sustainability can no longer exist as an extra subject: it must be embedded throughout the lifelong learning of every finance professional.

Research

A4S worked with Professor Andrew Karolyi, the editor of the Review of Financial Studies, on a three-year project about climate finance. This resulted in a special volume, which will be the first collated body of work on climate finance.

 

Click here to read the letter to HRH The Prince of Wales from Professor Andrew Karolyi discussing this project >

Teaching

The A4S Essential Guide Series is used in the syllabi of a growing number of business schools. The guides provide practical examples, real-world case studies and interviews that help students to learn from finance professionals.

 

Click here to download the guides >

A4S International Case Competition

The A4S International Case Competition (A4SICC) provides an opportunity for students from leading business schools across the world to develop new, disruptive business and finance models that solve sustainability challenges. Students work in teams to respond to set challenges. Previous challenges have focused on scaling up sustainable financing, technical solutions to add business value and low-carbon infrastructure.

 

Click here to find out more about the A4SICC >

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