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  • People-Centric Sustainability-Oriented Innovation in Business Schools From a Personalist Virtue Ethics Perspective: a UK Business School Case Study

Kai Huang is a Henley Business School PhD student in the department of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour.

His research interests include sustainability-oriented innovation, organisational and institutional change, business ethics, logic of actions, corporate social responsibility and economic philosophy. He is also a member of the Centre for Business Ethics and Sustainability.

Before joining Henley Business School as a PhD student, Kai studied at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, where he earned an LLM International Corporate Governance Financial Regulation and Economic Law Masters Degree in 2016. Other qualifications Kai earned include MSc International Business and Finance at Henley Business School in 2015, BA English (International Business) at the College of Foreign Languages, Shanghai Maritime University (China) in 2014 and BA International Business Communication at the School of Languages and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, in 2014.