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GIU Berlin Hosts Launch Ceremony of Management and Sustainability: An Arab Review Journal

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Friday, October 22, 2021

Berlin – GIU Berlin Campus hosted the launch of Management and Sustainability: An Arab Review (MSAR) journal by Emerald Publishing on October 22nd, 2021.  MSAR is considered a leading platform for scholarly discussions under the broad umbrella of management and sustainability in Arab countries as they relate to the international community.


The President of GIU Berlin, Professor Ralf Klischewski, who welcomed the attendees, stated that the university provides a platform for international exchange.  He added, “The University is more focused on research and building capacities in addition to extending the activities and its network to reach other stakeholders in the region and Europe.”


Professor Lisa Fröhlich, President of CBS International Business School, Germany and spokesperson of the United Nations - Principles for Responsible Management Education (UN-PRME) Chapter DACH (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) gave a seminar entitled “UN-PRME: Sustainability Narratives at CBS and the Chapter DACH” where she presented an overview of the UN-PRME initiative in light of the activities of the Chapter DACH. She also discussed some highlights of the UN-SDGS integration in the curriculum at CBS.


Professor Noha El-Bassiouny founding Editor-in-Chief of the journal and Vice Dean for Academic Affairs at the GUC Faculty of Management Technology, presented an overview of the need for launching MSAR and potential research areas. More about MSAR can be found here:


The event was attended by students and members of the journal editorial board including Dr. Heba Ali, Assistant Professor of Finance at GUC and the assistant editor of the journal, Prof. Melike Demirbag Kaplan, Professor at Victoria Hochschule in Germany as well as Prof. Florian Becker-Ritterspach, Professor at the HTW Berlin and others.


For more info on the event, please check the link below: