Can the world’s youth unite across geopolitical divides to address the Sustainable Development Goals?
Young people who are committed to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and are combating climate change or tackling other global challenges, may have unequal opportunities to participate, depending on where they come from in the world. How do young people experience the discrepancy between expectations of equal, global partnerships and their very different life circumstances? This is what Associate Professor Mette Fog Olwig from Roskilde University will investigate in a new research project.
New research project to provide solution for managing the green transition
The world needs a green transition, but we won't get there if we don't know how to manage and lead the interdisciplinary collaboration that will create the new green solutions. A major new international research project will lead the way.
Research programme on the effects of privately managed cash transfers in Africa receives 12 million DKK
The research programme ’CASH-IN: Privately managed cash transfers in Africa’, which is led by Associate Professor Lars Buur from Roskilde University, has received the grant from Danida.
Roskilde University to offer Master of Science in Economics & Business Administration – the only one in Region Zealand outside Copenhagen
The former social science programmes in Virksomhedsledelse (Business Management) and Economics and Business Administration have now become Master of Science programmes in Economics and Business Administration (cand.merc.).
Research programme on inclusive growth in the Ethiopian apparel export sector receives approximately 10 million DKK
The research programme ’Decent Work and GVC-based Industrialization in Ethiopia’, which is led by professor (MSO) Lindsay Whitfield from Roskilde University, has received the grant from Danida.
Public service entry examinations ward off unethical behaviour
Decision makers wantíng to reduce unethical behaviour among employees in the state administrations of some of the world’s poorest countries ought to increase the focus on how employees are hired and dismissed. That is the conclusion from a researcher in HR administration in the public sector based on a new study.
Here in Roskilde University's research database you can find researchers from the department.
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