This web page has a list of our experts who are ready to tell about their research on sustainable development and responsibility.
Sustainability has a central role in the Strategy of the University of Turku, and it is embedded into the research and teaching activities of Turku School of Economics. The very roots of Turku School of Economics lie on respecting academic freedom, daring new openings, and collaboration between disciplines.
What kind of future do we want to create? What will happen to humanity?
The wicked problems are global, so we also need globally shared values - future aims - to solve the issues. Climate change and loss of biodiversity require action. Can we create biocentric ethics instead of anthropocentric ethics? New technologies also pose challenges to ethics: we need to discuss global ethics of artificial intelligence and biotechnology, for example? What are the values of states' foreign policy? How can we overcome poverty and inequality?
Turku School of Economics Published Report on the Implementation of the UN’s Principles for Responsible Management Education
According to its mission, Turku School of Economics educates responsible future leaders. TSE is committed to implementing the Six Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME), an initiative of the United Nations.