John Betton is Professor of Comparative Mangement Systems at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse where he teaches classes in comparative mangement and human rights

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Human Rights,Globalism and Cultural Values: Universality and the Nation State

Examines the apparent conflict between human rights and cultural values within Nation States and between universality and nationalism.

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On ‘The Environment’ and ‘Sustainability’: An Interdisciplinary Re-Framing

An interdisciplinary reframing of "the enviornment" and "sustainability" consistent with recent advances in biology, architectural theory and cosmology.

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Learning for the New Economy: Management Education in a Changing World

The forthcoming meeting of the U.N. Global Compact leaders offers a unique opportunity for collaboration with business schools in developing a radically new approach to management education.

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Business, Ecological Design and Biomimicry: Designing Sustainable Business as a Model of the Natural World

Examines sustainability in the context of business and ecological design and argues that design solutions based on environmental solutions that have evolved are superior to technological "fixes"

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The Business of Education: Bad for Business, Bad for Education

This paper places in its appropriate social and historical context the influence of "the standard business model" on the administration of higher education and how we arrived at this juncture.

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