Dr Samuel Tang is a Research Fellow of the Leonardo Centre on Business for Society in Imperial College Business School. He received his PhD in Geography from King's College London.
Current models of business enterprise and economic growth are the main barriers to delivering a green recovery. Imperial’s Leonardo Centre on Business for Society offers a platform for collaborative efforts to remove those obstacles: What form of business enterprise will enable a green recovery?
Higgins C, Tang S, Stubbs W, 2020, On managing hypocrisy: the transparency of sustainability reports, Journal of Business Research, Vol:114, ISSN:0148-2963, Pages:395-407
Bowen F, Tang S, Panagiotopoulos P, 2020, A classification of information-based environmental regulation: voluntariness, compliance and beyond, Science of the Total Environment, Vol:712, ISSN:0048-9697
Liu FHM, Demeritt D, Tang S, 2019, Accounting for sustainability in Asia: stock market regulation and reporting in Hong Kong and Singapore, Economic Geography, Vol:95, ISSN:0013-0095, Pages:362-384
Tang S, Demeritt D, 2018, Climate change and mandatory carbon reporting: impacts on business process and performance, Business Strategy and the Environment, Vol:27, ISSN:0964-4733, Pages:437-455
Tang S, Dessai S, 2012, Usable science? The U.K. climate projections 2009 and decision support for adaptation planning, Weather, Climate, and Society, Vol:4, ISSN:1948-8327, Pages:300-313