Dr Fanny Salignac


Dr Salignac’s research and teaching aims to create positive social change for an improved social purpose system. Her research uses a complex systems perspective to investigate and address current social issues in Australia. She designed and teaches CSI’s inaugural Creating Social Change: From Innovation to Impact undergraduate course for which she won the 2016 UNSW Business School UN PRME Excellence in Teaching Award. She also has teaching expertise in how corporates can generate profit within an ethical framework.

Fanny is a Lecturer at the Centre for Social Impact, UNSW Australia. She has a PhD in Business Ethics and a Bachelor of International Business (Hons) from the University of Sydney.

You can see Fanny's publications by clicking through to the UNSW Research Gateway.


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