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Integrating Public and Social Value into Business and Management Education: A Learning and Teaching Handbook

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Title: Integrating Public and Social Value into Business and Management Education
Subtitle: A Learning and Teaching Handbook
Subject Classification: Business and Management, Education, Decision Making, Corporate Governance, Economics and Finance 
BIC Classification: KJ, JFM
BISAC Classification: BUS008000, EDU001030, BUS071000
Binding: Hardback, ebook, pp.(to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: November 2025
ISBN (Hardback): 978-1-80441-593-1
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-80441-594-8


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This book  explores how business and management educators are facing the challenges of integrating public and social value within teaching and learning.  Frontline practitioners share their views, insights and successes in challenging the traditional motives of businesses.

The book begins with a reflection and discussion of the context of contemporary business and management education including current trends and emerging issues that educators and practitioners are facing. Key subject areas of business and management education are explored, providing critical reviews of the current position of teaching and learning within these areas and examples of how social and public value is being integrated. Finally, we ask - what is the future of Business Schools in their role of developing future generations of ethically and socially aware managers and business professionals.

The handbook will be of interest to business academics worldwide, as well as higher-education teaching practitioners, directors and associate deans of teaching and learning, and students (including Ph.D. students) with an interest in business education. 


Editors: Richard Baylis is Associate Professor, and Louisa Huxtable-Thomas is Professor, in the School of Management, Swansea University, UK. Jennifer Rose is a Senior Lecturer at the Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK. Eleri Rosier and Carolyn Strong are both Professors at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University, UK.


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