Data privacy is an important topic in the digitalised economy. Recent policy changes have aimed to strengthen users' control over their own data. Yet new research from Copenhagen Business School finds designers of cookie banners can affect users’ privacy choices by manipulating the choice architecture and with simple changes can increase absolute consent by 17%.
This month’s research publications from CBS tackle the issues of pay inequality and gender dynamics in top executive positions, as well as how to govern sustainable supply chains. Read more about these and many other studies here.
Rather than levelling inequality, as the Great Depression did, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequalities around the world allowing some wealthy investors to benefit from the crisis and make a fortune on the misfortune of others.
According to the European Parliament, it is estimated that 10% of all greenhouse gas emissions are caused by clothing and footwear production. The global textile and garment industry, with its excessive energy and water consumption, chemical and microfibers pollution and issues of landfill waste have an extensive environmental footprint.