The symposium takes place on 10 February 2017 and is organized by Flavius Frasincar, in conjunction with the PhD defense of Damir Vandic. It discusses some of the recent developments on Semantic Web and related language technologies and their application to decision support information systems. The invited speakers are Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Trevor Martin, Martin Gaedke, and Alexander Hogenboom.
Consistently ranked in the top three of management research centres in Europe, the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM) is a community of over 350 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).
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