In her dissertation ‘A License to Mine? Community Organizing Against Multinational Corporations’, ERIM’s Romy Krämer explores the practitioner concept of the license to operate and develops this into a theoretical framework. Furthermore, she sheds light on the organizing processes in anti-corporate movements and highlights the importance of national advocacy networks for successful movement building across borders
Consistently ranked in the top three of management research centres in Europe, the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM) is a community of over 300 management scientists who publish in leading academic journals. For aspiring researchers, ERIM offers an advanced doctoral programme in business and management. ERIM is accredited by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
ERIM member Dr. Pamala Wiepking, assistant professor in the Department of Business-Society Management has won the prestigious Virginia Hodgkinson Research Book Prize. Together with Femida Handy, University of Pennsylvania, she was awarded with the prize in Washington DC on November 19 for their work on the book Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy.