SSH and Sustainable Business: Building a database for SSH impact on sustainability in private sector companies

The project aims at building an open access database on 1: references to sustainability among Danish companies, and 2: the forms of expertise involved in defining and addressing sustainability in these companies. In this way it addresses a knowledge gap by studying the extent to which SSH expertise is applied outside of academia for purposes of building sustainable solutions.


The project will lay the foundation for future research into sustainability initiatives in the Danish private sector, how specific forms of SSH expertise is applied and integrated in practice in different types of companies, and how SSH expertise can be leveraged for sustainability purposes.

Researchers

Name Title Phone E-mail
Lauta, Kristian Cedervall Associate Dean for Education +4535324381 E-mail

Funding

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SSH and Sustainable Business: Building a database for SSH impact on sustainability in private sector companies has received funding from Carlsberg Foundation

Project: SSH and Sustainable Business: Building a database for SSH impact on sustainability in private sector companies

Period: April 2021 – February 2023

Contact

Jens Elo Rytter

Associate dean for education
Kristian Cedervall Lauta

South Campus, Building: 6A.2.18
DK 2300 Copenhagen S
Phone: +45 35 32 43 81
Mail: kristian.lauta@jur.ku.dk

External researcher:

PI: Steffen Dalsgaard, ITU