Sage Business Cases: Economic Peace
Sage Publishing continues to grow its teaching case collection, Sage Business Cases, across the business and management spectrum while also incorporating a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives. The Economic Peace
Series aims to publish cases that empower students to promote nonviolence within and between societies.
Economic Peace Series Editors
Dahlia Simangan, Hiroshima University
Dr. Dahlia Simangan is Associate Professor at Hiroshima University and one of the core members of the university’s Network for Education and Research on Peace and Sustainability. Prior to that, she was a Kanagawa University Japan Society for the Promotion of Science postdoctoral fellow for research in Japan (nominated by the United Nations University–Centre for Policy Research in Tokyo). She holds a Ph.D. in International, Political, and Strategic Studies, with a focus on International Relations, from the Australian National University. Her research interests in peace and conflict include topics on post-conflict peacebuilding, the relationship between peace and sustainability, and international relations in the Anthropocene.
Dominique Steiler, Grenoble Ecole de Management
Dominique Steiler, Doctor in Management from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, is a senior professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management, where he holds the UNESCO Chair "Toward a culture of economic peace." His career path has led him to question how to approach one's powers and vulnerabilities. He has dedicated his research to personal and managerial transformation, suffering, well-being, mindfulness meditation, peace and joy and their relationship to performance and life. A former fighter pilot in the French Fleet Air Arm, he applies a pragmatic and humanistic operational and relational approach.
Pauline Fatien Diochon, Grenoble Ecole de Management
Pauline Fatien Diochon, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management, France. She holds a Ph.D. in Management from HEC School of Management, Paris, France. Her focus is on the ethical, spatial, and political dimensions of organizational phenomena. She strives to develop creative learning approaches that contribute to the development of individuals and organizations. Her perspectives are notably anchored in critical management studies and enriched by an international life and career in Europe, North and South America.
Call for Papers
Partner with Sage to develop cases on Economic Peace.
Sage Publishing continues to grow its teaching case collection, Sage Business Cases, across the business and management spectrum while also incorporating a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives. The Economic Peace Series aims to publish cases that empower students to promote nonviolence within and between societies.
Sage is pleased to offer case authors:
- A thorough editorial process to develop your ideas and prepare cases for successful publication-
- Freedom to include your students in the case research and writing process
- Copyright in your name and final PDF for ease of use in your classroom
- Payment when your case is published
- An international audience for your work
Suggested topics include alternative ways to think about:
- International Relations
- Social Justice
- Wellbeing at Work
- Evaluating Systems
- Power Dynamics
- Mindfulness and Non-violence
- Conflict Management
- Ethics and Ethical Dilemmas
- Decision-making Processes
- Public-Private Partnerships
- Organizational Cultures and Values
- Customer Relationships
As well as: Peace Education and Culture; Critical Peace Studies; Positive Peace and Economics; Spirituality, Peace, and Business Settings; Anthropology of Peace; Environmental Peacebuilding
Sample Case Decision Points:
Should Sbarro follow McDonald's and Starbucks in pulling out of Russia to protest the invasion of Ukraine?
How can Apple ensure its supply chain for precious metals does not exploit child labor and put workers in danger?
The areas and topics above are merely an illustration. We encourage a broad spectrum of cases on all topics related to peaceful ways to think about relationships to self, others, and the world, from various industries, countries, and disciplines. The target audience includes students of leadership, political science, HR management, entrepreneurship, etc. University students from many backgrounds and levels will benefit from your case!
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: DECEMBER 31, 2023
We look for cases between 1,000 and 5,000 words. Please include discussion questions and teaching notes. Guidelines, templates and submission portal may be found on our Author Information page.
Early submissions welcome. Manuscripts are accepted through our ScholarOne portal.
Pauline Fatien, Series Editor: Pauline.Fatien@grenoble-em.com
Dominique Steiler, Series Editor: Dominique.Steiler@grenoble-em.com
Dahlia Simangan, Series Editor: Simangan@hiroshima-u.ac.jp
Rebecca Frankel, Sage Editor: Rebecca.Frankel@sagepub.com