As of 1 March 2023, Tom Elfring will no longer be the dean of the Nijmegen School of Management. For personal reasons, he would like to work less during the last year before his retirement. Tom Elfring will remain associated with the faculty and will conduct research and teach as a professor for three days a week.
Research by Assistant Professor Nora Lohmeyer shows that despite market forces in the global economy, multinational companies are able to tackle major societal challenges through responsible management. In a paper published in the Academy of Management Journal Nora Lohmeyer, Elke Schuessler (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria), and Sarah Ashwin (London School of Economics, UK) theorize the concept of ‘market-protected spaces’.
If the world is a house, corruption is seeping in through all the cracks. Because despite the West's tendency to point the finger at the East when it comes to corruption, corruption, happens everywhere. For example, in the context of the World Cup, a lot of criticism has recently been aimed at Qatar. But if we want to end corruption, we must first overcome our feeling of superiority. This was the discovery of Business Administration expert Stefan Schembera in a study that was published in Organization Science and mentioned in the US business magazine Forbes.
Flemish nursing homes that work with smaller residential groups that have permanent healthcare teams have had noticeably fewer infections or deaths related to COVID-19. This is true not only of the residents but also of the personnel.
To celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the Radboud University in 2023, and the 35-year anniversary of Nijmegen School of Management (NSM) in the same year, we invite artists and artist collectives to submit proposals for art pieces to be permanently exhibited in the entrance hall of the Elinor Ostrom building on Heyendaalseweg in Nijmegen.
On Thursday, 10 November 2022, Professor of Public Administration and Vice Dean of Research Jan-Kees Helderman gave an inaugural lecture entitled: 'The Issues in the Social Domain: A Plea for a Pragmatic Reveille'. His inaugural lecture focuses in particular on youth care and the question of how we can increase our social problem-solving and learning capacity.
The Climate Vulnerability Forum (CVF) published the Global Data Lab's Climate Vulnerability Monitor on Thursday 10 November. Within this climate monitor, researchers gain insight into climate data and social data from developing countries and can gain an idea of the extent to which developing countries are vulnerable to climate change. The Global Data Lab has developed the monitor together with three German climate organizations.