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  • Gazi Islam, chercheur à Grenoble Ecole de Management

    Ethics in business: is it just a matter of individual psychology?

    Published on 13 September 2021

    Gazi Islam, a Lecturer and Researcher at Grenoble Ecole de Management, points out the importance of the social, economic, political, and cultural context and structure in ethical decision-making at an individual level.

  • Réseaux sociaux : doit-on encadrer les filtres de beauté ?

    Should beauty filters on social media be regulated?

    Published on 13 April 2021

    The "ETIC" research program is investigating the adverse effects that digital images can potentially cause, with specific focus on the impact that beauty filters can have on users who are most exposed to the pressures of today's beauty ideals.

  • How come memories that people used to cherish can be fast forgotten?

    Published on 22 May 2019

    How is collective remembering inhibited by organizational changes which were not intended to manipulate it? And how does collective forgetting affect workers’ power and sense of identity? We rely on an ethnographic study of a charitable organization...

  • Fake-news versus real journalism : what Brazil's situation learn to us

    Published on 02 May 2019

    As shown by the February 2019 attack on a BBC cameraman by a Donald Trump supporter in El Paso, Texas, the January assault of journalists in Rome by far-right activists, the impossibility for journalists to cover events in Kashmir, especially after...

  • Towards post-human society? (CSO Open Seminar 2019)

    Published on 22 November 2018

    The Centre for Social Ontology is organising a round-table and open discussion on whether, and in what respects, contemporary societies are becoming post-human. The expression post-human is used in broad terms to refer to technological and social...

  • Professeur Sénior  Professeur au département Homme, Organisations et Société  Doctorate of Philosophy, Institut Universitaire Européen, Grenoble EM

    Research: Indulgences or Abuse of Indulgences, a New Perspective on Corporate Sins

    Published on 12 June 2017

    From environmental damage to product malfunctions or bribery, businesses around the world are often responsible for wrongdoing. However, assessing the moral stature of a business is considered to be a notoriously difficult task. Not only are...