Tina Sendlhofer is a researcher at Misum at the Stockholm School of Economics. Her research interests are in business ethics and the organising of CSR and sustainability. Her main research focuses on small and medium sized enterprises and their role to contribute to sustainable markets. In particular, she is interested in micro-level mechanisms that drive CSR. Tina has been a member of the inter-disciplinary research program Mistra Future Fashion. She has an international background, studying and working in Europe, North America and Asia.
- Small and medium sized enterprise
- Organising processes of CSR
- Moral responsibility for CSR
- Digitalising corporate governance
- Business ethics
- Qualitative research
Selected peer-reviewed publications
- Sendlhofer, T. (2019) "Decoupling from Moral Responsibility for CSR: Employees' Visionary Procrastination at a SME", Journal of Business Ethics, 1-18.
- Sendlhofer, T. and Lernborg C.M. (2018) "Labour rights training 2.0: The digitalisation of knowledge for workers in global supply chains", Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 179, pp. 616-630
- Lernborg C.M. and Sendlhofer, T. (2017) "The case of [partial] organising for CSR", Sustainable Development and Business. SIR: Stockholm