In March 2004 (as well as in March 2005 and in May 2006) Laszlo Zsolnai has taught a „business ethics” course in the MBA Program of the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany.
In May 2003 Laszlo Zsolnai was Guest Lecturer in the Business Ethics course in the MBA Program of the Said Business School at the University of Oxford. He was lecturing on Ethical Economics and the Environment. Said Business School – Ethical Economics & the Environment
Madhumita Chatterji: ‘Caring Management in the New Economy, Socially Responsible Behaviour Through Spirituality.’ Journal of Management, Spirituality, and Relgion , 2020 The paper reviews our book “Caring Management in the New Economy, Socially Responsible Behaviour Through Spirituality”.
Larry Culliford’s review on The Routledge International Handbook of Spirituality in Society and the Professions in the Journal of the Study of Spirituality 13 Feb 2020. Routledge International Handbook of Spirituality in Society and the Professions
“Laszlo Zsolnai” in Ove Jakobsen: Transformative Ecological Economics. Process Philosophy, Ideology and Utopia. New York and London, Routledge. pp. 123-126.
Jurjen Wiersma (Protestant Theology Faculty, Brussels) wrote a review on my book Ethical Leadership in De Stem van het Boek (December 2016) pp 13-14. (In Dutch) Ethical Leadership
Ove Jakobsen wrote an article on Laszlo Zsolnai’s work in the Norwegian journal PENGEVIRKE (2015 No. 3. pp. 26-27). The journal is the forum for alternative economic and business initiatives published by the Cultura Bank in Oslo. An Economist Focusing on the Environment and Social Responsibility
Baltic Management Institute published a summary of my paper on incentives and executive compensation, as part of its “BMI KNOWLEDGE” initiative. BMI KNOWLEDGE promotes the creation and sharing of intellectual capital among academic and business leaders by drawing attention to business research of practical value by faculty members in BMI’s international network of management educators. Baltic Management Institute
Jun Nishikawa, professor at Waseda University in Tokyo, published an insightful review on our book “Ethical Principles and Economic Transformation: A Buddhist Approach” in Journal of Global Buddhism. He uses examples from Japan and Bhutan to illustrate how Buddhist values are at work in economic and social life. Ethical Principles and Economic Transformation
An interview has been published with Laszlo Zsolnai on the need for responsible leadership in business at The Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond, Virginia, on April 17, 2013. Zsolnai is arguing that responsible leadership is badly needed in today’s business. Mainstream leadership practices are self-centered – both in the individual and collective sense. They produce largely negative impacts for nature, future generations and society. Responsibility requires that leaders consider all the relevant value… Read More »On Responsible Ledearship in Richmond, Virginia