All posts by Deborah De Lange

Professor Deborah de Lange, PhD (Strategic Management, University of Toronto) is a faculty member in Global Management Studies at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University, and in Ryerson’s Environmental Applied Science and Management graduate program. Her research examines topics related to sustainable development, entrepreneurship, stakeholder theory, network theory, designing and maintaining sustainable organizations, and cross-sector cooperation. She is a business strategy advisor for start-ups in Ryerson’s Digital Media Zone, Center for Urban Energy, and the Fashion Zone.

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A Meeting of the Minds on CSR at Ryerson University: The Nexus between Public and Private Interests

Over this week, Ryerson University in Toronto hosted the Corporate Responsibility & Sustainable Development: 3rd International Symposium. Dr. Lez Rayman-Bacchus, a Visiting Research Fellow at Winchester University and Dr. Phil Walsh of the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) at Ryerson University co-chaired the event. The sustainability focused conference occurs every two years and has…

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