A workshop on June 6th 2019 explored the controversial case of glyphosate, and has now lead to the publication of a special issue of the European Journal of Risk Regulation.
Activist hedge funds are becoming increasingly influential in the economy as they prioritise maximising shareholder value and minimising ‘wasteful’ spending, including spending on CSR.
The tomatoes in our supermarkets are often an insult to human dignity. In this opinion piece, tomatoes become the material evidence of a broken economic system, enabled by a troubling web of laws.
In a new monthly interview series, the Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative will turn the spotlights on their PhD candidates. This month: Roy Heesakkers.
We are soliciting abstract-length proposals from scholars in political science, philosophy, law, economics, and related fields, to participate in a fully virtual, international conference.
In a new monthly interview series, the Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative will turn the spotlights on their PhD candidates. This month: Negar Noori.
Xiong’an is China’s most breath-taking urban mega-project. It is imperial in its sheer size, political importance and ambition levels. But what is Xiong’an and how does it work?
Following the resurgence of public indignation against systemic racism in Western societies, Yogi Hendlin states that the expiry date of colonialism has come due, requiring thorough decolonization.
The Black Lives Matter movement has a major impact all over the world. Martin de Jong is thinking in terms of long-term strategies and practical actions to reduce discrimination.
‘Doing Science in a Pluralistic Society’ conference: What role does sustainability play in finance research?
Which roles should democratic values play in science? At a recent international conference, key philosophers debated this question.