In her dissertation ‘Money or Ethics. Multinational corporations and religious organisations operating in an era of corporate responsibility’, ERIM’s Katinka van Cranenburgh provides insight into the struggles of Multinational Organisations and Religious Organisations and builds on theory that can be used by business and investment managers that have an influence on society through the means of their activities.
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).
In her dissertation ‘Governing for Stakeholders: How Organizations May Create or Destroy Value for their Stakeholders’, ERIM’s Pushpika Vishwanathan explores how organizations balance the interests of multiple stakeholders in corporate governance. The thesis consists of three studies, each focusing on a unique empirical context that involves the balancing of conflicting stakeholder interests.