MSC receives three research grants from DANIDA



Just before Christmas, MSC researchers received three research grants from DANIDA (Denmark's development cooperation, an area of activity under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark).

The three grants cover a range of research fields and geographical areas, and reflect  MSC's research interest in business and development studies. The three research projects are:

  • The regulation of International Supply Chains (RISC), focusing on the regulation of International Supply Chains in the Bangladesh Ready-Made Garment industry with respect to Occupational Health & Safety and wider social sustainability. Project coordinator: Velux Professor of Corporate Sustainability Jeremy Moon,
  • Everyday Humanitarianism in Tanzania (EveryHumanTZ), focusing on understanding how people interacting in everyday situations respond to crisis situations outside of the formal structures of humanitarian assistance. Project coordinator: Professor of Globalisation Lisa Ann Richey,
  • Advancing Creative Industries for Development in Ghana (ACIG), focusing on the policies, labour conditions and entrepreneurship dynamics of the creative and cultural industries in Ghana. Project coordinator: Associate Professor Thilde Langevang, .

Read more about PDF iconthe three DANIDA grants.

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