Tuck has joined the Council on Business and Society: An Alliance of Schools of Management. Tuck is one of five partner schools of business management from around the world in the council. From the press release: “…The council will create a process across schools to study a series of critical issues facing business and society, organize an annual international forum for dialogue, and develop and disseminate educational materials designed to foster continuing debate on the issues. …”
The council will engage academics, policymakers, and corporate leaders on key issues at the intersection of business and society. The group consists of: The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, ESSEC (France), the University of Mannheim Business School (Germany), School of Management, Fudan University (Shanghai), and Keio Business School (Tokyo). An inaugural forum will be held in Paris in the fall of 2012.
Read the press release here.