Anselm Schneider (Stockholm University)’s research lies in the interface of organization theory and political science. He is interested in the ways in which business firms influence society and the natural environment, and how these influences feed back to organizations. He analyzes these questions in settings such as global governance, sustainable development, corporate social responsibility, and more recently also in the context of digital capitalism. In 2020 he co-authored: “Can transnational corporations leverage systemic change towards a “sustainable” future?” (Nature Ecology & Evolution) and he published in Business & Society the article “Bound to fail? Exploring the systemic pathologies of CSR and their implications for CSR research”.
His seminar at REMARC will be about “Bringing capitalism back in: Exploring the systemic constraints on corporate sustainability and responsibility”.
The seminar is open and free. To join, please connect to: shorturl.at/knvwR
The seminar is part of the University of Pisa PRA PROJECT 2020-52 “Shaky capitalism: How business and finance respond to global threats”.