Guest lecture David Cash: how business, environmental issues, economics and politics intersect
Professor David W. Cash, dean of the John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies at University of Massachusetts Boston will give a guest lecture at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) on 18 November at 17:00. His lecture will cover ways to integrate clean energy policies, environmental policy, economic growth and innovation. Prof. Cash will talk about the intersection of business, environmental issues, economics and politics.
The event is organised by Sustainable RSM, which aims to spark awareness and action with RSM’s community- consisting of students, academics, alumni, and practitioners regarding social, cultural, environmental and economic issues with impact.
Prof. David Cash
David Cash, an American environmental expert, studied at Yale and Harvard. He has conducted applied research focusing on bridging knowledge and action, and exploring how science and technical information can inform decision-making related to environmental and sustainable development matters. He has published numerous professional, peer-reviewed academic and lay articles, and book chapters, and has received many awards and fellowships from various organisations.
Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) is a top-tier European business school and ranked among the top three for research. RSM provides ground-breaking research and education furthering excellence in all aspects of management and is based in the international port city of Rotterdam – a vital nexus of business, logistics and trade. RSM’s primary focus is on developing business leaders with international careers who carry their innovative mindset into a sustainable future thanks to a first-class range of bachelor, master, MBA, PhD and executive programmes. RSM also has an office in Taipei, Taiwan. www.rsm.nl
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