oikos International - students for sustainable economics and management (oikos International)
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1987 St Gallen Switzerland
Founded as a local initiative by students at the University of St Gallen. The oikos Foundation was founded in 1990 for fundraising purposes. Activities internationalized in 1998 when students in Cologne (Germany), Prague (Czech Rep), Stockholm (Sweden) and Vienna (Austria) established oikos chapters at their universities.
Transform economics and management education by empowering student change agents, raising awareness for sustainability opportunities and challenges, and building institutional support for curriculum reform.
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Legislative Body of 45 members; Advisory Council; International Board; Local Chapters; remote International Management Team, based in Switzerland.
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