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28 Feb 2022

INSEAD professors recognised in The Case Centre’s Awards and Competitions 2022

INSEAD, the business school for the world, is proud to announce that two INSEAD faculty members have been recognised in the Case Centre’s Awards and Competitions 2022.

The Case Centre’s Awards and Competitions celebrate worldwide excellence in case writing and teaching at schools of business, management and government worldwide and are now considered the case method community's annual 'Oscars'.

The Case Centre, Niessing, Smith, Carrick, McCormick, Awards

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01 Jun 2020

INSEAD professors honoured as winners in the 2019 EFMD Case Writing Competition

Craig Smith, the INSEAD Chaired Professor of Ethics and Social Responsibility, has won the Corporate Social Responsibility category for the second consecutive year with his case “Barry Callebaut: Forever Chocolate”.

EFMD, Dubois, Smith, Awards

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25 Apr 2019

INSEAD emerges as biggest winner in the 2018 EFMD Case Writing Competition

INSEAD professors have received five category awards in the 2018 EFMD Case Writing Competition. This represents the most number of awards won by a single business school this year, making INSEAD the biggest overall winner.

Organised since 1988, the Competition recognises innovative and impactful case writing and teaching in 17 categories representing critical management areas.

EFMD, Chandon, Monteiro, Petriglieri, Singh, Smith, Awards

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25 Feb 2019

INSEAD professor’s Uber case study wins the ‘Ethics and Social Responsibility’ category in The Case Centre’s Awards and Competitions 2019

N. Craig Smith, the INSEAD Chaired Professor of Ethics and Corporate Responsibility, won the ‘Ethics and Social Responsibility’ category in The Case Centre’s Awards and Competitions. The winning case was “Uber and the Ethics of Sharing: Exploring the Societal Promises and Responsibilities of the Sharing Economy”. Professor Smith is the third-time award winner in this category.

Awards, Smith, The Case Centre

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