Magali Delmas, UCLA

The Uncertainty of Corporate Sustainability Metrics
Magali Delmas

Description

Semester: 
Fall 2022
Lecture Time: 
Friday, November 4, 2022 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Lecture Location: 

R0240, Ross School of Business, Lower Level

Introduced By: 
Yulin Yu

Recording & Additional Notes

Magali (Maggie) Delmas is a Professor of Management at the UCLA Anderson School of Management and the Institute of the Environment & Sustainability. She is the director of the UCLA Center for Impact at Anderson. She conducts research in Strategy and Corporate Sustainability, and has published more than 90 articles, book chapters and case studies on the subject. She is the recipient of the Academy of Management/Organization and the Natural Environment Distinguished Scholar Award. She currently works on developing effective information strategies to promote conservation behavior and the development of green markets. She is engaged in refining current methodologies to measure and communicate firm and product environmental and social performance. Her award-winning book: “The Green Bundle: Pairing the Market with the Planet,” is published at Stanford Press. She received her PhD in Strategic Management from HEC, Paris. Previous to embarking on an academic career she worked at the corporate strategy of Framatome, a nuclear engineering company, and at the European Commission at the Directorate General for Industry.