Director of Network for Sustainable Financial Markets and Professor at Hanze University of Applied Sciences
Me in Three
It is tough to step outside the traditional playing field, to develop something different. The possibility we have to develop something new is under- and overestimated. Where some neglect tradition being a blokkade, others stick to it because they do not see reasons to change it.
Real change is about changing enrichting traditions.
Dr. Frank Jan de Graaf is professor (lector) International Business at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences and lecturing in the executive education program of the University of Amsterdam Business School. Furthermore he is working as advisor Responsible Investment. In this area he is working for leading institutional investors.
His research focuses on governance issues in international business, with special interest in financial institutions and the relationship between CSR and internal control. He is co-founder of the Network for Sustainable Financial Markets (NSFM).
Frank Jan started his career as a financial journalist.
Recently he published in Journal of Business Ethics, Critical perspectives on Accounting, UNSW Law Journal, International Journal of Pension Management, Journal of Investing, Finance & Control, EFMD Global Focus and Business & Society.
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