Equality, diversity, and inclusion: These are important themes in the action research of Professor of Methods Inge Bleijenbergh. Her research covers topics such as gender relations in the workplace and the working conditions of migrant workers.
Accounting lecturers Karen de Meyst and Muskan Achhpilia recently contributed to a unique piece of collaborative research, in which ChatGPT was fed thousands of accounting assessment questions to see how it would perform.
Climate change: according to Professor of Political Theory Marcel Wissenburg and Political Science alumnus and Member of Parliament Silvio Erkens, in particular climate change deniers and climate activists dominate the social debate.
Ayse Saka-Helmhout, Professor of Comparative Management at the Department of Business Administration, studied what multinationals are doing to address these challenges and what factors play a role in achieving long-term social impact.
Both are concerned with sustainability. One from science, the other from practice. What problems do they encounter? What common ground is there? And how can science and practice reinforce each other? ‘As a university, we need to go that extra mile.’
Researchers at Nijmegen School of Management often work together with organisations. For example, Associate Professor Sjors Witjes, who for years has had close contact with Bart de Bruin, the director of Dar. Together, they work on various circularity projects.
Artificial Intelligence can create art, detect early stage breast cancer and do accounting. So the idea that new technology might lead to fear of losing your job is not that crazy a thought. But how realistic is the fear?