Title: "Strategic Response of the Government to Hegemony in the Evolution of the Global and the National CSR Governance Arenas: The South Korean Case".
Judy Wacjman, the Anthony Giddens Professor of Sociology, London School of Economics will be the first Distinguished Speaker of the new Digital Organisation and Society Research Centre (DOS).
Associate Professor Francesca Forno (PhD University of Strathclyde) will discuss the relationship between social movements and political consumerism.
Guest speaker: Dr Mary Canning, Smurfit and Quinn Schools of Business, University College Dublin.
Guest Speaker: Professor C. Storz, Goethe University. All welcome.
Please join Centre for Research in Sustainability (CRIS) at Royal Holloway for a lively discussion on the latest innovations in sustainable fashion.
The workshop will provide CHRONOS members with an excellent opportunity to discuss the meaning of `impact' for critical research through the aid of two successful `impact cases' led by CHRONOS members
Professor Ruth Kinna, School of Social Sciences, Loughborough University will present a paper entitled "The affinity of anarchism and degrowth".
The PhD Conference represents an excellent opportunity for current research students to gain feedback from their peers, other academics and visitors from other disciplines.
Centre for critical and historical research on organisation and society