This special issue, co-edited by Dr. Juan Pablo Sarmiento, Mr. Neil McFarlane, and Dr. Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez consists of 13 papers authored by 30 academics from 11 higher educations institutions from 10 different countries (Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Mexico, Peru, and United States).
The issues discussed include:
- Disaster risk management in business education entrepreneurial formation for corporate sustainability.
- Business continuity and disaster risk management in business education: Case of York University.
- Disaster risk management and business education: the case of small and medium enterprises.
- Adaptation to climate change and integration of disaster risk management in business education: A case study in Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil.
- Teaching disaster risk management: lessons from the Rotman School of Management.
- Proposal to introduce disaster risk management topics in master programs in ESAN Graduate School of Business.
- Training the next generation of disaster risk managers through sustainability research and teaching.
- Mainstreaming disaster risk management into management education: Case of the Mona School of Business & Management.
- Business education and creation of awareness for disaster risk management in Chile.
- Mainstreaming disaster risk management for finance: application of real options method for disaster risk sensitive project.
- Mainstreaming disaster risk management in higher education.
- Sustainability education in Indian business schools: a status review.
AD-minister, Number 28, January-June 2016. This document is published under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence.