Paulo de Souza is a doctoral student at the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment and a research assistant at INET, both at the University of Oxford. His doctoral research focuses on the effects corruption has on the environment. Having studied civil engineering and business administration, Paulo has a masters degree in strategic planning for sustainable development. He returns to the academic environment as a student after a multinational corporate career with a focus on the industry of biofuels. He has been a teacher for over ten years at a sustainability focused MBA.
Can society and corporations share the same perspective on sustainability? Should they?
- Supervisor: Professor Gordon L. Clark;
- Member: Economy and Society: Transformations and Justice research cluster;