SUB researchers study energy transitions, innovation for poverty allevation, innovation for sustainability, CSR & ethics, and new economy.
Renewable energy production and storage technologies change the way we produce and use energy, do business with it, and innovate.
Frugal innovations by businesses in resource-scarce environments are one promising approach to poverty alleviation.
The innovation of new sustainable products, services, business models and forms of consumption can help tackle big problems like climate change and resource depletion.
Ethical issues are urgent in our globalized world where the public and civil governance of businesses is often underdeveloped and firms are located in different national regulatory systems.
Broader descriptions of economy, work and money are being developed that can help our economy function better.