Dark Side Case Writing Competition winners

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2016

This year there were joint winners:

Compromised Livelihoods in Vapi: What needs to be cleaned up in the Armpit of India?
Nimruji Jammulamadaka and Biswatosh Saha, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta,
Manisha Goswami, CPR-Namati
Bharatkumar Kacharabhai Patel, MASS, CPR-Namati

'Whose Wealth is That? Discussing Human Rights and Mining in the Global South
Nicole Spohr, Amon Barros and Marcus Vinicius Peinado Gomes, FGV-EAESP

2015

The Case for Women
Lesley Symons
Lesley Symons Consulting

2014

A 60 Second Clip to Create Change: Palm Oil Role Play
Celine Louche (Audencia Nantes School of Management, France) and Nigel Roome (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)

2013

Apple and the Human Costs of Production
Colm McLaughlin and Todd Bridgman

2012

Hydro-Québec and the Crees: The Great Whale 2 Project
Emmanuel Raufflet

2011

Kraft Foods Argentina - The H1N1 Disparity
Susan Myrden and Kathy Sanderson

2010

Alisha in Obesity-land: Is Food Marketing the Mad Hatter?
Sonya A. Grier, American University
Guillaume D. Johnson, Witwatersrand University

2009

Corporate Social Responsibility: Mercury Energy and its Low-Income Electricity Consumers
Todd Bridgman
The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG)
Ref 72009-74.1

2008

Hugh Connerty and HOOTERS
Mary Godwyn
Babson College

2007

Joint Winner:
Google, Inc: ‘Figuring out How to deal with China’

Babson College
Ann Lawrence
Ref BAB131

City Water Tanzania (A): Water Partnerships for Dar es Salaam
Oana Branzei and K.McKague
Ivey Publishing
Ref 9B07M025

2006

The Smell of Power
Yves Rocher, France Emmanuel Raufflet and Monique Le Chêne
HEC Montréal

2005  

The Dark Side of Water – A Case
Latha Poonamallee and Anita Howard
Case Western Reserve University

2004

John Hamilton’s Work and Eldercare Dilemma: Break the Silence? Sustain the Silence?
Rosemary McGowan
Wilfrid Laurier University

2003

The Westray Mine Explosion
Caroline O'Connell and Albert J. Mills
Saint Mary's University

2002

Food Lion vs. the UFCW: Time for a Change?
Paul M. Swiercz
George Washington University

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