oikos Case Writing Competition 2010

Corporate Sustainability Track - sponsored by oikos Foundation

First prize

Portland Roasting Company: Farm Friendly Direct
Madeleine Pullman, Greg Stokes, Price Gregory, Mark Langston and Brandon Arends
Portland State University

Second prize

Lululemon's commitment to the environment: A tangle of seaweed, suppliers, and social responsibility
Andrea Erin Bass
University of Nebraska-Omaha

Third prize

Business Model Innovation by Better Place: A Green Ecosystem for the Mass Adoption of Electric Cars
Ramalingam Meenakshisundaram and Besta Shankar
ICMR Center for Management Research

Runner up

Farmstar Goes Global: Corporate Entrepreneurship Bringing Sustainable Value Innovation to Agribusinesses
Benjamin Warr, Anne Marie Carrick-Cagna and Luk Van Wassenhove
INSEAD

Runner up

Hunghom Peninsula in Hong Kong: A Realistic Call for Corporate Social Responsibilities (A)
Hunghom Peninsula in Hong Kong: A Realistic Call for Corporate Social Responsibilities (B)
Hunghom Peninsula in Hong Kong: A Realistic Call for Corporate Social Responsibilities (C)
Terence Tsai and Shubo Philip Liu
China Europe International Business School

Social Entrepreneurship Track - sponsored by Ashoka

First prize

So You Want to be a Social Entrepreneur: Starting Out, Scaling Up, Staying Committed
Michael Gordon
Ross School of Business, University of Michigan

Second prize

Good Water: Standing on Holy Ground
Steve Bowden and Eva Collins
Waikato Management School
Kate Kearins and Helen Tregigda
Auckland University of Technology

Third prize

WaterHealth International: Providing Safe Drinking Water to the Bottom of the Pyramid Consumers
Hadiya Faheem and Debapratim Purkayastha
ICMR Center for Management Research

Runner up

ALTIS: A Microfinance Startup in Nepal
Jacen Greene
Sustainable Harvest
Scott Marshall
Portland State University

Runner up

Noir/Illuminati II (A and B): Defining Socially Responsible Affordable Luxury Clothing
Benoît Leleux and Barbara Scheel Agersnap
IMD

For further information on this competition please visit the oikos foundation website.
 

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