Ingo Böbel, Ph.D.
Ingo Böbel, Ph.D. is the Professor of Economics and Strategy at the International University of Monaco. He is a member of the Microeconomics of Competitiveness (MOC) Affiliate Network, teaching the MOC
curriculum at IUM, which is based on materials developed by the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School and has been a Visiting Professor of Economics at SCQM Jiao Tong University, Shanghai.
Dr. Böbel’s academic work comprises seven books and numerous refereed articles. His work is referred to in many renowned books and encyclopedic publications. Dr. Böbel’s work has had a profound impact on industrial organization research with a focus on exploring an updated market structure, conduct and performance paradigm approach.
Creating Shared Value
Are Businesses Profiting at the Expense of Society?
Businesses have attempted to address social issues through philanthropic initiatives dubbed “corporate social responsibility,” or CSR. While it’s a step in the right direction, CSR is a risk management approach that arose in reaction to negative press.
The Benefits of Creating Shared Value as a Business Strategy
Creating Shared Value, or CSV, carries the idea that in order to overcome the profound and harmful disconnect between the needs of society and of business, a business must create value for society alongside creating value for shareholders.