New Globelics research agenda: Innovation and development in the Anthropocene

New Globelics research agenda: Innovation and development in the Anthropocene

The editors of the Globelics Working Paper Series Gert Villumsen and Björn Johnson from the Department of Business and Management recently presented the research agenda at an IKE seminar.

Increasing environmental challenges have led to the concept of the Anthropocene. In the Anthropocene the biosphere is deeply affected by human society and almost the whole physical world we encounter is man-made.


Call for papers

Bringing attention to the massive new research challenges of sustainable development in the Anthropocene, Globelics Working Papers Series calls for research papers that address the fundamental problem of how to keep development on the safe side of planetary boundaries for human activity on planet Earth. How and to what extent can technical and institutional innovation meet the great challenges of our time?


About Globelics Working Paper Series

The Globelics Working Paper Series is associated with the international research network Globelics and hosted by the IKE research group. The Series publishes high quality open source and free to download papers covering a broad range of topics in the field of learning, innovation and competence building.

Find out more about Globelics Working Paper Series, the call for papers on innovation and development in the Anthropocene and read the background paper at: papers.globelics.org