8EMEStrainingschool - Faculty body & organising committee

The key role of social enterprises and the social and solidarity economy in post-pandemic societies

20-23 June 2022 (Sevilla, Spain)



Faculty body

The 8th EMES International Training School will include well-known professors from recognised research centres covering a wide spectrum of research themes, and this multi-disciplinary approach will represent a major strength for the participants.

  1. Millán Díaz Foncea, University of Zaragoza, Spain
  2. Philippe Eynaud, Sorbonne University, France
  3. Sílvia Ferreira, University of Coimbra, Portugal
  4. Luiz Inacio Gaiger, UNISINOS, Brazil
  5. Giulia Galera, European Research Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises, Italy
  6. Nicole Göler von Ravensburg, Frankfurt UAS, Germany
  7. Carmen Guzmán Alfonso (co-chair), University of Sevilla, Spain
  8. Linda A. Lundgaard, Roskilde University, Denmark
  9. Marthe Nyssens, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
  10. Mary O’Shaughnessy (co-chair), University College Cork, Ireland
  11. Francesca Petrella, LEST – Aix-Marseille University, France
  12. Juan Carlos Pérez de Mendiguren, UPV/HEU, Spain
  13. Richard Pfeilstetter, University of Sevilla, Spain
  14. Marta Rey, University of A Coruña, Spain
  15. Michael Roy, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
  16. Ruth Simsa, Vienna University, Austria
  17. Davorka Vidovic, University of Zagreb, Croatia
  18. Rasheda Weaver, Iona College, United States

Local Scientific Committee

University of Seville: Carmen Guzmán Alfonso and Francisco Javier Santos (co-chairs); Lidia Valiente, Pilar Tejada, Pilar Moreno, María José Rodríguez, José Fernández, Rosario González.

EMES Network: Rocío Nogales Muriel, Tamara Bilbija.

 

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