Claudia Eger is Assistant Professor at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy at Copenhagen Business School. Her research explores the challenges and complexities of business in society with a focus on how social norms and values shape labour market inequality. In her recent work, Claudia studies the intersection of gender and violence in the context of tourism. She has co-edited a book on Tourism and GBV, and co-authored a handbook presenting an intervention tool on how to open up spaces for thematizing and discussing GBV in the workplace. Her current research includes projects on organizational learning and change processes spanning across Africa and the Middle East.
WHAT THIS SEMINAR VIDEO COVERS
In this seminar video we discuss the interaction between gender and violence, how GBV is manifested in business contexts such as in the workplace and supply chains, and what companies can do to help tackle GBV.
- Dr Claudia Eger
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