The Lab delivers innovative and collaborative projects in the areas of corporate governance and business ethics.
With a focus on the ‘G’ of ESG, the Trinity Corporate Governance Lab undertakes cutting edge interdisciplinary and practitioner-oriented research, engagement and innovation projects in collaboration with industry, policy-makers and researchers.
We are in the process of establishing links with a few companies to become knowledge partners of the Lab and we invite any organization or individual who is interested in collaboration to contact us.
For more information, please contact the Director of the Lab, Dr Daniel Malan.
Current and planned projects include:
Trinity Business Ethics Speaker Series
Now in its third year, this series explores contemporary issues in the field of business ethics.
Tech for Integrity
Currently in planning phase, this action research project in the field of responsible technology will potentially be conducted in partnership with the World Economic Forum and the ADAPT Centre.
In December 2022, Trinity Business School and the World Economic Forum co-hosted a workshop at the International Anti-Corruption Conference in Washington DC. The topic was: “What’s Next for Tech for Integrity: Emerging Opportunities, Persisting Challenges and Potential Risks”. A recording of the workshop is available here.
For more information, contact Dr Daniel Malan.
Corporate Moral Progress
An ERC-funded research project to establish the responsibility of firms, to explore the sources of their immorality, and to chart a path for their improvement.
For more information, contact Dr Kenneth Silver.
Deliberative Democracy for Corporate Sustainability
This project explores how firms can successfully manage the complexities and tensions associated with adopting sustainability as a strategic priority at the core of the organization.
The Trinity Corporate Governance Lab was delighted to invite everyone to a special webinar celebrating the publication of the latest special issue of Business Ethics Quarterly (Vol. 33, Issue 1, 2023) “The Challenges and Prospects of Deliberative Democracy for Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility”. A recording of the online event can be found here.
For more information, contact Dr Maximilian Schormair.