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Julia Grimm

Foto: Yvonne Most Fotografie

Foto: Yvonne Most Fotografie

Foto: Yvonne Most Fotografie

Julia Grimm was a PhD student at bema from May 2015 to February 2019. Julia was interested in cooperation-enhancing institutions for collective action and conducted an exhaustive qualitative study of the German Partnership for Sustainable Textiles. Her final thesis "Private Governance as an Institutional Response to Wicked Problems: A Study of the German Partnership for Sustainable Textiles" has been published at Nomos and is available here   . After finishing her PhD, Julia has worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU), at the Department of Environmental Policy Analysis. Today, she is a postdoctoral researcher at Cambridge University, Judge Business School in the Organisational Theory and Information Systems Research Group.

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Publications

Grimm, J. (2019): Private Governance as an Institutional Response to Wicked Problems: A Study of the German Partnership for Sustainable Textiles. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Grimm, J. & Schreck, P. (2019): Zur erfolgreichen Etablierung von effektiven Multi-Stakeholder Initiativen. In: WCGE Policy Brief Series.

Ruehle, R. C., Grimm, J., Thakhathi, A., & Schreck, P. (2017): Bitter Sweet: Child Labor in the Chocolate Industry – A Clear Case of Double Standards? In: WCGE Case Study Series, distributed by The Case Centre (Case 718-0008-1).

de Biasi, K., Grimm, J., Piest, S., & Schreck, P. (2017): Rana Plaza and the Partnership for Sustainable Textiles: Collective Action in the Name of Human Rights. In: WCGE Case Study Series, distributed by The Case Centre (Case 717-0052-1).

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