dzmsc

Department of Management, Society and Communication

  • CBS Sustainability
Dieter
Zinnbauer
Postdoc


Room: DH.V.2.28
Tel:
+4538153225
E-mail: dz.msc@cbs.dk
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Presentation

Dieter joined CBS in mid-2019 as a European Union-funded Marie-Skłodowska-Curie Fellow. His research project focuses on business as a political actor – what companies do, should do and might do in the future in this area in the context of big data, populism and “corporate purpose fatigue”.

Dieter’s interests are hopelessly fragmented and largely irreconcilable, adding up to 20 years of research and policy work on governance, technology, corporate citizenship, urbanization, policy foresight/innovation for universities (e.g. LSE, Harvard, Oxford, U Cape Town)  think tanks (e.g. Carnegie Council),  IGOs, (UN, UNDP, European Commission) and INGOs (Transparency International, Open Government Partnership).

Dieter holds a PhD  in development studies from LSE and a MSc in Economics from U Regensburg.

Primary research areas
  • corporate political activity
  • corporate citizenship
  • technology governance
  • transparency/accountability/integrity
  • policy foresight and innovation
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Courses

Dieter's fellowship is research-focussed but he contributes as guest lecturer to courses on corporate citizenship.

Selected publications

2017  “Seilschaften – Corrupt Networks”, in:  A. Ledeneva (ed.) Global Encyclopaedia of Informality, London: UCL Press.

2017  “Urban Land – A New Type of Resource Curse?”, in: A. Williams and P. Le Billon (eds.) Corruption, Natural Resources and Development: From Resource Curse to Political Ecology, Cheltenham: E. Elgar Publishing.

2015 “Crowd-Sourcing Corruption Reporting: Current State and Future Prospects”, in: Policy and Internet, vol. 7, no.1.

2013 “Business Education and Business Integrity – An Invaluable Opportunity Waiting to be Fully Harnessed”, in Transparency International Global Corruption Report 2013: Education, Routledge, London.

2013  “Fighting Corruption Where and When it Happens: Ambient Accountability”, in: D. Offenhuber and K. Schechtner (eds.): Accountability Technologies. Tools for Asking Hard Questions, De Gruyter: Boston.

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2018
Dieter Zinnbauer; Hans Krause Hansen / Big Fuss about a Big Policy Plan – and Why This Matters for Corporate Social Responsibility : The Chinese Social Credit System.
2018
Net publication - Internet publication
Outside activities

Name of contractual partner

Duration of activity

Type of activity

Open Government Partnership

2018-2020

Research and policy advice

Chr. Michelsen Institute

2018-2019

Research and policy advice

African Center for Cities

2019-2020

Research and policy advice