List of EADI Members by Country

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Members in Denmark

  • Copenhagen Business School, Department of Management, Society and Communication (MSC)

    MSC website

    Multi- and interdisciplinary by birth, the Department of Management, Society and Communication brings together scholarship within management, communication and the broader social sciences and humanities, studying organisations in global environments and the interaction and interdependencies of business, society and government.

    Across research groups, much of MSC’s work revolves around the role and responsibilities of companies in the face of the grand challenges facing society. Crucially, this also involves examining the opportunities and mutual advantage for both sides when business adopts a more proactive stance in engaging these challenges.

  • Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS)

    DIIS website

    DIIS is one of two institutes under the Danish Centre for International Studies and Human Rights, DCISM, the other institute being the Institute for Human Rights, IMR. DCISM was established with the aim of strengthening research, analysis, and information activities in Denmark concerning international affairs, i.e. the fields of foreign, security, and development policy; conflict; holocaust, genocide and political mass murders; and human rights in Denmark and abroad.

  • Department of Social Sciences and Business, Roskilde University (RUC)

    RUC website

    Roskilde University was originally established in order to challenge academic traditions and to experiment with new ways to create and acquire knowledge. The research of the Department of Social Sciences and Business focuses on societal changes, business economics and the impact of such developments on different societies around the world. They aim at generating novel scientific insights into the on-going societal changes, confrontations and conflicts. As their teaching is closely related to their research activities it attaches high importance to methodological skills and is characterised by its multidisciplinary nature.

  • The Association of Development Researchers in Denmark (FAU)

    FAU website

    The Association of Development Researchers in Denmark (FAU) objectives are to;

    Promote social science and other research about the third the world. Expand and strengthen relations among developing researchers in social sciences, natural sciences and humanities. Support the dissemination of research results to a border public.

    The association seeks primarily to strengthen development research in three ways: Firstly, FAU is looking to strengthen Danish development research through the stimulation of member activity. Second, FAU seeks to promote its views and opinions to the relevant council and bodies, where Danish aid policy and development research field is formed, and through contacts with relevant international research and research organizations. Thirdly, FAU coordinates the representation of Danish Development Researchers in both Nordic and European bodies.

All Countries

Total number of members: 126