ASEAN Centre for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogue

ASEAN Centre for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogue Run in conjunction with the Center for Research on Sustainable Leadership (https://www.facebook.com/CRSL.CMMU), ACSDSD is a center to promote sustainable development studies and dialogues among organizations interested in the ASEAN region.

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27/12/2021

On the occasion of the 2021 Human Rights Day, APCOM, along with 14 community partners from 10 territories in the Asia Pacific region; Bandhu, CSBR, DAST, GAYa NUSANTARA, GWL-INA, Humsafar, Inclusive Bangladesh, Lighthouse, MHSS, Pink Alliance, RoCK, Taiwan Equality Campaign, Tonga Leitis Association, and Young Pride Club, in collaboration with the ASEAN Centre for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogue, College of Management Mahidol University, launches the regional survey targeting LGBTQ communities in the Asia Pacific region. https://www.apcom.org/online-survey-on-lgbtq-and-human-rights-violations-and-abuses-during-the-covid-19-pandemic-in-the-asia-pacific-launched-on-human-rights-day-2021/

SDG 4:Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. This researc...
26/12/2021
Overcoming Gender Gaps in Entrepreneurship Education and Training

SDG 4:Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. This research article on gender Inclusivity in the Entrepreneurship learning discusses technique to promote gender Inclusivity in rntrepreneurship education. https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/feduc.2021.774876/full

Entrepreneurship education and training are essential for female entrepreneurs who juggle family expectations, personal life, and new ventures at the same time. Indeed, generic entrepreneurship training may fail to promote understanding in gender literacy and its relationship with creating and manag...

21/12/2021

From its inception, ACSDSD has established a program called The ACSDSD Doctoral Research Fellowship that allows ASEAN nationalities to embark on Sustainable Development research. They come to the CMMU Center for Research on Sustainable Leadership (CRSL) with a sustainable development issue from their home countries to systematically find a sustainable solution with expert guidance. At the end of the Fellowship program, they will return home with the solution, making a real contribution to ASEAN.

Let's hear an example case of Dr. Hnin Nu Nu Lwin from Myanmar below.

SUPA Component 1 presents, “Webinar on Fighting Forest and Peatland Fires in Indonesia and Malaysia: from Risk Assessmen...
08/12/2021

SUPA Component 1 presents, “Webinar on Fighting Forest and Peatland Fires in Indonesia and Malaysia: from Risk Assessment to Action on the Ground”!
Join us and register at:
📆9 December, Thursday
⏰14.00 – 17.00 GMT+7
🔗https://bit.ly/SUPAWebinarRegistration2021
The webinar will discuss how to organise firefighting action on the ground, including a walk through tactical maps to facilitate the situation analysis and the coordination of the response teams, as well as development opportunity.

SUPA Component 1 presents, “Webinar on Fighting Forest and Peatland Fires in Indonesia and Malaysia: from Risk Assessment to Action on the Ground”!

Join us and register at:
📆9 December, Thursday
⏰14.00 – 17.00 GMT+7
🔗https://bit.ly/SUPAWebinarRegistration2021

The webinar will discuss how to organise firefighting action on the ground, including a walk through tactical maps to facilitate the situation analysis and the coordination of the response teams, as well as development opportunity.

Smart Green ASEAN Cities has kicked off!  Supported by European Union and implemented by United Nations Capital Developm...
08/12/2021
Smart Green ASEAN Cities: New initiative to promote sustainable and smart cities in ASEAN

Smart Green ASEAN Cities has kicked off! Supported by European Union and implemented by United Nations Capital Development Fund, the programme will assist ASEAN Member States to anticipate the substantial pressure from the high urbanisation rates by focusing on green and smart solutions through digitalisation and use of technologies.

Discover more: https://bit.ly/smartgreenaseancities

ASEAN organs always strive to achieve ASEAN’s goals and objectives, the Secretary-General of ASEAN and the ASEAN Secretariat shall be functioned as coordinating Secretariat to help facilitate effective decision-making withing and amongst ASEAN bodies. In addition, each Member State shall appoint a...

ACSDSD joined The 6th ASEAN-China-UNDP Symposium: Reducing Inequality in the Decade of Action to Achieve the SDGs and Re...
08/12/2021

ACSDSD joined The 6th ASEAN-China-UNDP Symposium: Reducing Inequality in the Decade of Action to Achieve the SDGs and Recovery from COVID-19 Pandemic.

The event is jointly organised by the ASEAN Secretariat (ASEC), Mission of the People’s Republic of China to ASEAN, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Asia and the Pacific, and National AntiPoverty Commission as the Philippines’ focal point to the ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting on Rural Development and Poverty Eradication (SOMRDPE).

ACSDSD joined The 6th ASEAN-China-UNDP Symposium: Reducing Inequality in the Decade of Action to Achieve the SDGs and Recovery from COVID-19 Pandemic.

The event is jointly organised by the ASEAN Secretariat (ASEC), Mission of the People’s Republic of China to ASEAN, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Asia and the Pacific, and National AntiPoverty Commission as the Philippines’ focal point to the ASEAN Senior Officials Meeting on Rural Development and Poverty Eradication (SOMRDPE).

Make the leap, take the LEAD!Together, let’s discover the progress of ASEAN Regional Plan of Action on the Elimination o...
30/11/2021

Make the leap, take the LEAD!
Together, let’s discover the progress of ASEAN Regional Plan of Action on the Elimination of Violence Against Women (RPA on EVAW) 2016-2025 on:
2 December, Thursday
10:00 - 11:30 (GMT+7)
https://lnkd.in/dF6eK6AE

ASEAN and UN Women will highlight the implementation progress of the Eight Priority Areas identified in the RPA on EVAW and provide recommendations to moving forward.

Make the leap, take the LEAD!
Together, let’s discover the progress of ASEAN Regional Plan of Action on the Elimination of Violence Against Women (RPA on EVAW) 2016-2025 on:
2 December, Thursday
10:00 - 11:30 (GMT+7)
https://lnkd.in/dF6eK6AE

ASEAN and UN Women will highlight the implementation progress of the Eight Priority Areas identified in the RPA on EVAW and provide recommendations to moving forward.

26/11/2021
On 25 November, H.E. Lorenzo Galanti, Ambassador of Italy to Thailand, Cambodia and Lao PDR , and Ugo Boni, Deputy Head ...
25/11/2021

On 25 November, H.E. Lorenzo Galanti, Ambassador of Italy to Thailand, Cambodia and Lao PDR , and Ugo Boni, Deputy Head of Mission visited the ASEAN Centre for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogues. A/Prof. Vichita Ractham, the acting executive director, and A/Professor Nattavud Pimpa, academic member of the center discussed projects in the area of ASEAN framework on SDGs and five complemetarities.

The Inaugural AIB Sustainability Shared Interest GroupPhD and Early Career Researchers SymposiumSustainability has recen...
24/11/2021

The Inaugural AIB Sustainability Shared Interest Group
PhD and Early Career Researchers Symposium

Sustainability has recently become a top priority for international business (IB) practitioners and researchers alike. In 2021 alone, the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS), for example, has published articles on corporate social responsibility (e.g., Brandl et al., 2021), the sharing economy (e.g., Kozlenkova et al., 2021), the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (e.g., Montiel et al., 2021), renewable energy (e.g., Georgallis, Albino-Pimentel, & Kondratenko, 2021; Hartmann, Inkpen, & Ramaswamy, 2021), carbon pricing for MNEs (e.g., Nippa, Patnaik, & Taussig, 2021), and sustainability in emerging markets (e.g., Parente et al., 2021). In the same year, JIBS has called for paper submissions to a Special Issue on "The Global Scope of Corporate Social Responsibility". This wide range of topics, the cross-disciplinary nature, and linkages to generic topics of IB research have finally found a home in the Sustainability Shared Interest Group (SIG) of the Academy of International Business (AIB).

Since its official launch in 2020, the AIB Sustainability SIG has concentrated its efforts in providing a platform for IB researchers. While the sustainability topic is relevant and appealing to researchers of all academic standing, there is a particularly heightened interest among PhD and early career researchers. The Sustainability SIG would thus like to organize the first ever symposium for current PhD and early career (within 3 years) researchers to provide a platform for discussion, exchange, and feedback for the doctoral student community interested in sustainability and IB.

We thus invite abstract submissions for the first AIB sustainability SIG doctoral symposium. The event includes (1) a panel discussion with Q&A, (2) a breakout room session for participants who are grouped based on topic relevance to share and discuss their research. The event will take place on 13 December, 8am-10am, Eastern Standard Time. The event will be online and free of charge to current AIB members.

To take part in the AIB sustainability SIG symposium, please submit an extended Abstract (maximum 500 words, excluding references) of your current research project focused on sustainability, by 5 December 2021. Topics can fall into research fields such as the UN's Sustainability Development Goals in IB, sustainability in emerging economics, circular and sharing economy, sustainability issues related to innovation, and the global value chain as well as other topics on sustainability in international business research. Abstracts should be submitted to [email protected]

Notifications for participation will be sent out by 8 December, 2021. The symposium will take place virtually. Questions can be directed to Martin Heinberg ([email protected]), Hai-Tao Yu ([email protected]), and Shasha Zhao ([email protected]).

Confirmed Speakers for Panel Discussion

Maoliang Bu, Nanjing University, China
Maoliang Bu is currently an Associate Professor at Nanjing University and Visiting Professor at Ivey Business School. He has published in leading academic journals, among others, NATURE Sustainability, Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS), Strategic Management Journal (SMJ) and Journal of Comparative Economics. He has served as an editor for Journal of Business Ethics, Asia Pacific Journal of Management (APJM), Journal of International Management (JIM), and other journals. Dr. Bu is also an Adjunct Professor at Hopkins-Nanjing Center (Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies), and an affiliated researcher at Copenhagen Business School. Previously, he has worked as a postdoc/visiting professor at several universities such as University of Goettingen, University of Wuerzburg, University of Gothenburg and University of Groningen. He has been awarded a prestigious fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

Elizabeth M. Moore, Northeastern University, United States
Elizabeth Moore recently finished her PhD in Political Science. Her research and teaching interests include formal and informal entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, institutional changes, institutional disruptions, transnational institutions, pro-market reforms, firm performance, firm resilience, emerging market firms, and international organizations. Recently, she has analyzed the connection between firms and governments in responding to natural and man-made disasters. She has begun exploring this research stream through her affiliations with both the Global Resilience Institute and the Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern. Additionally, she is an active member of the Academy of Management, the Academy of International Business, the Strategic Management Society, the International Studies Association, and the CUIBE Case Competition hosted by Northeastern for which she is a Co-Director.

Anne Jacqueminet, Bocconi University, Italy
Anne Jacqueminet is Assistant Professor in the Department of Management and Technology of Bocconi University. She received her PhD in Strategic Management from HEC Paris. Her research looks at the antecedents, processes and consequences of the strategic implementation of sustainability practices within complex organizations as well as stakeholders' reactions to firms' environmental behavior and disclosure. Her work has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, the Journal of International Business Studies, and Advances in Strategic Management, among others. She received the AIB Peter Buckley and Mark Casson Best Dissertation Award in 2016 and the AIB Alan Rugman Young Scholar Award in 2021. Anne is Board Member of the Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability (ARCS). She is responsible for Bocconi's Bachelor Business Strategy course as well as the PhD course on CSR Strategies.

Junghoon Park, City University of New York, United States
Junghoon Park is a PhD candidate in Strategy and Corporate Sustainability at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York. His goal is to help business identify and adopt practices that meet its needs while mitigating negative externalities and increasing positive externalities to sustain the planet that sustains humans. Junghoon investigates mechanisms through which firms respond differently to grand challenges society faces-such as climate change and human health-and how they can better manage their social and environmental impacts. He also examines how corporate sustainability strategies can advance progress toward the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. His research has appeared in Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS) and leading global academic conferences.

References

Brandl, K., Moore, E., Meyer, C. et al. The impact of multinational enterprises on community informal institutions and rural poverty. J Int Bus Stud (2021).

Georgallis, P., Albino-Pimentel, J. and Kondratenko, N., Jurisdiction shopping and foreign location choice: The role of market and nonmarket experience in the European solar energy industry. J Int Bus Stud (2021).

Hartmann, J., Inkpen, A.C. & Ramaswamy, K. Different shades of green: Global oil and gas companies and renewable energy. J Int Bus Stud 52, 879–903 (2021).

Kozlenkova, I.V., Lee, JY., Xiang, D. et al. Sharing economy: International marketing strategies. J Int Bus Stud 52, 1445–1473 (2021).

Montiel, I., Cuervo-Cazurra, A., Park, J. et al. Implementing the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals in international business. J Int Bus Stud 52, 999–1030 (2021).

Nippa, M., Patnaik, S. & Taussig, M. MNE responses to carbon pricing regulations: Theory and evidence. J Int Bus Stud 52, 904–929 (2021).

Parente, R., Melo, M., Andrews, D. et al. Public sector organizations and agricultural catch-up dilemma in emerging markets: The orchestrating role of Embrapa in Brazil. J Int Bus Stud 52, 646–670 (2021).

The Inaugural AIB Sustainability Shared Interest Group
PhD and Early Career Researchers Symposium

Sustainability has recently become a top priority for international business (IB) practitioners and researchers alike. In 2021 alone, the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS), for example, has published articles on corporate social responsibility (e.g., Brandl et al., 2021), the sharing economy (e.g., Kozlenkova et al., 2021), the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (e.g., Montiel et al., 2021), renewable energy (e.g., Georgallis, Albino-Pimentel, & Kondratenko, 2021; Hartmann, Inkpen, & Ramaswamy, 2021), carbon pricing for MNEs (e.g., Nippa, Patnaik, & Taussig, 2021), and sustainability in emerging markets (e.g., Parente et al., 2021). In the same year, JIBS has called for paper submissions to a Special Issue on "The Global Scope of Corporate Social Responsibility". This wide range of topics, the cross-disciplinary nature, and linkages to generic topics of IB research have finally found a home in the Sustainability Shared Interest Group (SIG) of the Academy of International Business (AIB).

Since its official launch in 2020, the AIB Sustainability SIG has concentrated its efforts in providing a platform for IB researchers. While the sustainability topic is relevant and appealing to researchers of all academic standing, there is a particularly heightened interest among PhD and early career researchers. The Sustainability SIG would thus like to organize the first ever symposium for current PhD and early career (within 3 years) researchers to provide a platform for discussion, exchange, and feedback for the doctoral student community interested in sustainability and IB.

We thus invite abstract submissions for the first AIB sustainability SIG doctoral symposium. The event includes (1) a panel discussion with Q&A, (2) a breakout room session for participants who are grouped based on topic relevance to share and discuss their research. The event will take place on 13 December, 8am-10am, Eastern Standard Time. The event will be online and free of charge to current AIB members.

To take part in the AIB sustainability SIG symposium, please submit an extended Abstract (maximum 500 words, excluding references) of your current research project focused on sustainability, by 5 December 2021. Topics can fall into research fields such as the UN's Sustainability Development Goals in IB, sustainability in emerging economics, circular and sharing economy, sustainability issues related to innovation, and the global value chain as well as other topics on sustainability in international business research. Abstracts should be submitted to [email protected]

Notifications for participation will be sent out by 8 December, 2021. The symposium will take place virtually. Questions can be directed to Martin Heinberg ([email protected]), Hai-Tao Yu ([email protected]), and Shasha Zhao ([email protected]).

Confirmed Speakers for Panel Discussion

Maoliang Bu, Nanjing University, China
Maoliang Bu is currently an Associate Professor at Nanjing University and Visiting Professor at Ivey Business School. He has published in leading academic journals, among others, NATURE Sustainability, Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS), Strategic Management Journal (SMJ) and Journal of Comparative Economics. He has served as an editor for Journal of Business Ethics, Asia Pacific Journal of Management (APJM), Journal of International Management (JIM), and other journals. Dr. Bu is also an Adjunct Professor at Hopkins-Nanjing Center (Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies), and an affiliated researcher at Copenhagen Business School. Previously, he has worked as a postdoc/visiting professor at several universities such as University of Goettingen, University of Wuerzburg, University of Gothenburg and University of Groningen. He has been awarded a prestigious fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

Elizabeth M. Moore, Northeastern University, United States
Elizabeth Moore recently finished her PhD in Political Science. Her research and teaching interests include formal and informal entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, institutional changes, institutional disruptions, transnational institutions, pro-market reforms, firm performance, firm resilience, emerging market firms, and international organizations. Recently, she has analyzed the connection between firms and governments in responding to natural and man-made disasters. She has begun exploring this research stream through her affiliations with both the Global Resilience Institute and the Center for Emerging Markets at Northeastern. Additionally, she is an active member of the Academy of Management, the Academy of International Business, the Strategic Management Society, the International Studies Association, and the CUIBE Case Competition hosted by Northeastern for which she is a Co-Director.

Anne Jacqueminet, Bocconi University, Italy
Anne Jacqueminet is Assistant Professor in the Department of Management and Technology of Bocconi University. She received her PhD in Strategic Management from HEC Paris. Her research looks at the antecedents, processes and consequences of the strategic implementation of sustainability practices within complex organizations as well as stakeholders' reactions to firms' environmental behavior and disclosure. Her work has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, the Journal of International Business Studies, and Advances in Strategic Management, among others. She received the AIB Peter Buckley and Mark Casson Best Dissertation Award in 2016 and the AIB Alan Rugman Young Scholar Award in 2021. Anne is Board Member of the Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability (ARCS). She is responsible for Bocconi's Bachelor Business Strategy course as well as the PhD course on CSR Strategies.

Junghoon Park, City University of New York, United States
Junghoon Park is a PhD candidate in Strategy and Corporate Sustainability at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, City University of New York. His goal is to help business identify and adopt practices that meet its needs while mitigating negative externalities and increasing positive externalities to sustain the planet that sustains humans. Junghoon investigates mechanisms through which firms respond differently to grand challenges society faces-such as climate change and human health-and how they can better manage their social and environmental impacts. He also examines how corporate sustainability strategies can advance progress toward the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. His research has appeared in Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS) and leading global academic conferences.

References

Brandl, K., Moore, E., Meyer, C. et al. The impact of multinational enterprises on community informal institutions and rural poverty. J Int Bus Stud (2021).

Georgallis, P., Albino-Pimentel, J. and Kondratenko, N., Jurisdiction shopping and foreign location choice: The role of market and nonmarket experience in the European solar energy industry. J Int Bus Stud (2021).

Hartmann, J., Inkpen, A.C. & Ramaswamy, K. Different shades of green: Global oil and gas companies and renewable energy. J Int Bus Stud 52, 879–903 (2021).

Kozlenkova, I.V., Lee, JY., Xiang, D. et al. Sharing economy: International marketing strategies. J Int Bus Stud 52, 1445–1473 (2021).

Montiel, I., Cuervo-Cazurra, A., Park, J. et al. Implementing the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals in international business. J Int Bus Stud 52, 999–1030 (2021).

Nippa, M., Patnaik, S. & Taussig, M. MNE responses to carbon pricing regulations: Theory and evidence. J Int Bus Stud 52, 904–929 (2021).

Parente, R., Melo, M., Andrews, D. et al. Public sector organizations and agricultural catch-up dilemma in emerging markets: The orchestrating role of Embrapa in Brazil. J Int Bus Stud 52, 646–670 (2021).

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A very fruitful meeting today ASEAN Centre for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogue. Many thanks to the Acting Executive Director A/Prof. Vichita Ractham and the Academic member A/Prof Nattavud Pimpa for the substantive exchange. We look forward to cooperating in the framework of Italy’s development partnership with ASEAN.
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If you missed it, the ASEAN-Swiss Forum on SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production) and Business & Human Rights: a Peer-Learning event is now on YouTube!🌱 A big thanks to all the co-organizers and participants. We were truly delighted to host those fruitful exchanges with academics, private sector, government & CSO representatives. 👉 https://bit.ly/3iE89KB ASEAN Centre for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogue
Have a closer look at the keynote speeches, panels and workshops of the ASEAN-Swiss🇨🇭Forum on #SDG12 and #BHR this Monday! We look forward to all these exchanges with many interesting speakers! 👉 Still time to register: https://bit.ly/3i2wN7b Event co-organized with the ASEAN Centre for Sustainable Development Studies and Dialogue.
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