M. (Martin) Fuchs
Martin Fuchs is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Business-Society Management. He obtained his MSc in Global Business & Sustainability at the Rotterdam School of Management (2019) and holds a BSc in Organization Studies (2018) from Tilburg University. As a management scholar with an interest in sustainable finance, Martin focuses on the topics of shareholder engagement and the impact of sustainable finance in his research. In particular, he explores collaborations between investors through an organizational lens.
PhD Track Open PhD project in Value Based Organizing: Acting on unprecedented change
Traditionally, management research takes the perspective of business and focuses on how conditions for business can be improved. Research conducted within the Value Based Organizing subprogram starts with the challenges that society and our natural environment face and focuses on how business, in partnership with other actors and organizations, can address these challenges. In other words, we help business to take responsibility for the context in which it operates. This is important because our social and natural environments are changing in unprecedented ways. Business contributes to some of these developments, such as climate change, growing inequality, global displacement and also alienation from the general public by losing track of the interests of broader society. Yet, society also changes in ways that are difficult to foresee for companies and other organizational actors alike.The research conducted by the members of the value based organizing program focuses on a variety of topics—all directly relevant to business acting upon unprecedented change. A common theme underlying all of this research is that it seriously considers the possibility that the way companies do business—including how they relate to the context in which they operate—needs to be changed fundamentally and that small gestures are unlikely to be sufficient to help.
- Sustainability, Sustainable Management, Philanthropy, Partnerships, Business Ethics, Behavioral Ethics, Sense-Marking, Social Innovation, Grand Challenges, Wicked Problems, Stakeholders
- Time frame
- 2020 -
Kennedy, S., Fuchs, M., van Ingen, W., & Schoenmaker, D. (2022). A resilience approach to corporate biodiversity impact measurement. Business Strategy and the Environment, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1002/bse.3140
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