Christian Busch

Director, CGA Global Economy Program, New York University, author of The Serendipity Mindset: The Art & Science of Creating Good Luck

Dr. Christian Busch is the Director of the CGA Global Economy Program at New York University, and a Visiting Fellow at the LSE’s Marshall Institute. He is part of the World Economic Forum’s Expert Forum and a co-founder of Leaders on Purpose and the Sandbox Network. Christian is the author of The Serendipity Mindset: The Art & Science of Creating Good Luck (Penguin Random House, 2020).

He has been named as 'top emerging management thinker' (Thinkers50) and is among Diplomatic Courier’s 'Top 99 Influencers'​, The Economist's 'Ideas People', and JCI's 'Ten Outstanding Persons'​. He is a TEDster, an 'Institute for the World Economy Fellow'​, one of the 'Davos 50', and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He frequently speaks at conferences such as the World Economic Forum, TED/TEDx, and Financial Times Sustainability Summit, and his ideas have been featured by outlets such as Harvard Business Review.

Christian previously worked in business, the non-profit sector, and consulting in Mexico, Germany, the UK, and the US. He has served as Senior Advisor at multinational companies and the National Entrepreneurs Association, on Ashoka's Selection Panel, on the Global Shapers Steering Committee, and on the Jury of the African Entrepreneurship Award. He is part of the WEF's Expert Forum, and has guest-lectured at Stanford Business School, Peking University, IMD, and Strathmore. His work has been published by outlets such as Handbook of Inclusive Innovation and IJEV, and was featured by The Guardian, WIRED, among others. In 2016, he received the 'Best Paper Award' (Entrepreneurship) of Emerald Publishing, and the 'Best Social Entrepreneurship Paper Award' of the Academy of Management.

He holds a PhD (LSE), MSc (LSE: Management, organizations), B.A. (Hagen: Sociology, psychology) & B.B.A. (Furtwangen & Moscow Business School: Business). Twitter: @ChrisSerendip

Upcoming book: 'The Serendipity Mindset' (Penguin Random House, 2020).
He has been named as one of Diplomatic Courier’s 'Top 99 Influencers'​, The Economist's 'Ideas People', JCI's 'Ten Outstanding Persons'​, a TEDster, a 'Key Influencer'​ (Siemens), an 'Institute for the World Economy Global Fellow'​, one of the 'Davos 50', and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). He frequently speaks at conferences such as the World Economic Forum (WEF), TED, and Financial Times Sustainability Summit, and his ideas have been featured by outlets such as Harvard Business Review and the UN.

He previously worked in business in Kenya, South Africa, Mexico, Russia, Germany, the US, and has served as Impact Advisor at the National Entrepreneurs Association, on Ashoka's Selection Panel, and on the Jury of the African Entrepreneurship Award. He has lectured at Peking University and Strathmore Business School, and his work has been published by journals such as IJEV & featured by The Guardian, WIRED, Academy of Management Journal, among others. He currently works on 'The Impact Organization', and in 2016 received the 'Best Paper Award' (Entrepreneurship) of Emerald Publishing, and the 'Best Social Entrepreneurship Paper Award' of the Academy of Management.

He holds a PhD (LSE: Management, entrepreneurship), MSc (LSE: Management), B.A. (Hagen: Sociology, psychology) & B.B.A. (Furtwangen & Moscow Business School: Business). Twitter: @ChrisLSE

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