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An Application of Structural Equation Modelling to Determine the Inclusion of Climate Change Topics in MBA Education

International Journal of Business Analytics and Intelligence

Volume 5 Issue 1

Published: 2017
Author(s) Name: Purba Halady Rao, Rahul Pulupudi, Suman Sen | Author(s) Affiliation:
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In the years to come India would be vulnerable to severe and unavoidable impacts of Climate Change such as Floods & droughts, water pollution and the associated health hazards, prevalence of diseases, the adverse impact on crop production, less availability of food and potable water, heat stress, mass migration, mortality, morbidity etc. To address these impacts of climate change, various strategies, recommendations, and action plans have been discussed across international agencies, government and non-government organizations. All the same the challenge is huge and it is believed that private sector could be equipped and inspired to help in meeting climate change challenges. In this context we have conducted this research to determine if inclusion of climate change education in MBA curriculum would indeed inspire, encourage and equip managers in the private sector to take up the climate change challenge to participate in helping communities survive and build up resilience to adapt to climate change.

Keywords: Sustainability, Climate Change, MBA, Education, Empirical, Structural Equation Modeling

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