Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability: DHL, the National University of Singapore, and the Asia Pacific Sustainable Supply Chain Centre

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Deborah de Lange

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    Dr. Deborah de Lange is an assistant professor of Global Management Studies at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada and teaches MBAs and undergraduates. She is also a business strategy advisor for the Digital Media Zone, Center for Urban Energy, and Fashion Zone at Ryerson. In addition, she serves in the Environmental Science and Management graduate program and works across disciplines with engineering and business/entrepreneurship. Her three books include Cliques & Capitalism: A Modern Networked Theory of the Firm, Research Companion to Green International Management Studies: A Guide for Future Research, Collaboration and Review Writing, and Power and Influence: The Embeddedness of Nations. Her current research interests are associated with addressing climate change through an examination of the international and entrepreneurial clean tech industry, improvement of organizational/corporate governance, and the activities of international organizations including the interactions between MNCs and NGOs. Deborah is a sought after speaker on a variety of topics and can be reached at debbie.delange@ryerson.ca.

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