This blogpost discusses three ambiguities presented by environmental harm and relates these to contemporary examples of everyday (business) practices. This illustrates that environmental harm brings with it an unequal distribution of profits and costs; in other words, environmental harm and exclusive prosperity go hand in hand. Insights into the drivers of environmental harm can help understand the dynamics of exclusive prosperity and might contribute to finding ways to increase inclusive prosperity in environmental matters.
Op vrijdag 23 februari 2018 verdedigde Clarissa Meerts haar proefschrift ‘De semiautonome wereld van corporate onderzoekers’ aan de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam. Een verslag van de promotie en interessante conclusies uit het proefschrift.
Coastal land loss has become a huge issue for several regions worldwide. Although there is disagreement about responsibility for coastal land loss, corporate responsibility coupled with insufficient governmental oversight, makes coastal land loss a very relevant topic for criminologists.
Waarom stoppen kranten berichten over witteboordencriminaliteit weg in het economiekatern? En waarom is dit problematisch? In deze blog gaan Gwen van Eijk en Karin van Wingerde op deze vragen in.
In this blog, Karin van Wingerde describes a new research project into the misuse of corporate vehicles for illegal gain.
Gerald Hopster ging in maart 2017 mee met de studiereis van studievereniging CIA, waar de thema’s corruptie en mensenrechtenschendingen erg tastbaar werden.
Why water, regulation, and governance should have a place on the criminological research agenda. A blog by Lieselot Bisschop & Karin van Wingerde.
How could it be that what the world’s largest manufacturers of light bulbs were up to almost a century ago is still relevant in today’s business? A blog by Jelle Jaspers.
Criminele organisaties en organisatiecriminaliteit was het onderwerp van deze editie van Cahiers op de Campus, die dit keer aan de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam plaatsvond. Doorheen de toelichting van de sprekers en in het debat werden diverse thema’s aangehaald die in het gelijknamige Cahiers Politiestudies 39 (editors Antoinette Verhage, Ann Jorissen, Ruth Prins en Jelle Jaspers http://www.maklu-online.eu/nl/crime/cps/recente/ worden uitgediept. Deze blog doet verslag van deze studiemiddag en put daarbij uit de inzichten van de sprekers en de bijdrage van de deelnemers aan het debat.
Labour contracts, wrongful acts, asset tracing – these are subjects not necessarily central to criminological knowledge. Corporate investigations involve all of the above and more and are done by people with varying backgrounds, within multiple legal settings. Doing research in such a multidisciplinary field calls for a multi (or inter) disciplinary approach, going beyond the borders of criminology.