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.
Caucasian begpackers are described in South and East Asian media as privileged parasites on society. However, a new study reveals that the travellers are a heterogenous group that makes money on the street both because they want to and because they have to.
Sune Haugbølle is using new sources and a large number of interviews with key persons who have so far kept silent about their past to investigate the connections between the Danish and Arab left-wing parties in the 1960s and 70s. The research can help us better understand the contemporary political activists in the Middle East.
The research groups at the Department of Social Sciences and Business (ISE) at Roskilde University invite everyone to the Spring 2019 ISE Lecture Series. The lecture series takes place on a Friday at the beginning of each month from 13.15-15.00.
Roskilde University is organising the conference ‘Transforming for Sustainability’ in collaboration with UN City Copenhagen. The conference will bring together researchers, business people and representatives from public and private organisations who will debate the issues and find solutions to some of the great problems of our time in relation to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Think tanks and special advisors have been increasingly influential in shaping Danish public opinion and politics, and this may be a democratic problem, according to an Associate Professor in management and organisation.
When politicians and city planners propose solutions to the challenges in the deprived neighbourhoods, they often draw on good experiences from other countries. But this can be problematic if you are unaware of differences between the countries, shows new research from Roskilde University.
Even before the #metoo movement began, Associate Professor Kenneth Reinicke from RUC was working on a research project to chart why men violate. The researcher believes that part of the solution could be better sexual education in primary school.