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Sustainability, Economics and Ethics

(SEE)

2021 SGR 01020

 

The SEE group brings together IQS researchers who collaborate at the interface of issues related to ethical or socio-economic aspects, as well as as poverty, inequality, education, aporophobia, social exclusion, convergence, and sustainability, among others. The group, composed of economists, philosophers, political scientists, and data scientists, is currently working on three distinct fields of research:

 

  • Aporophobia: conducting conceptual research on its characteristics, studying the relationship between aporophobia and artificial intelligence, working on the development of an implicit association test (IAT) of aporophobia, and conducting aporophobia modelling and simulation.
  • The Chinese development model: studying the impact of preferential policies on inequality in China.
  • Economic growth and dynamic convergence: researching the evolution of human capital in China and developing indicators on the quality and quantity of education, as well as an analysis of countries’ HDI convergence.

 

In this environment, SEE collaborates and aspires to collaborate with other groups in the following RD lines:

  • Ethical analysis of economic, techno-scientific, and socio-political systems
  • The Power in Globalization,
  • Human Rights, Political Philosophy, and Religion
  • Bioethics
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Cross-Cultural Management and Ethical Business Practice

COORDINATOR:

Octasiano Miguel Valerio Mendoza, PhD

Head of SEE Group - Assistant Professor
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MEMBERS:

Flavio Comim, PhD

Dean of IQS School of Management - Associate Professor
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EXTERNAL COLABORATORS

Georgina Curto, PhD

UAB

May Aye Naw Thiri, PhD

UAB

Ms Huaxin Wang-Lu

IQS. Dpto. Métodos Cuantitativos

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IQS holds the first international workshop on the chinese development model

14/07/2022
IQS recently hosted the first international workshop on the Chinese development model, entitled defying mainstream economic theories to achieve unprecedented progress.
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Doctoral thesis

Artificial Intelligence and Inclusion

11/07/2022
Dr Georgina Curto defended her doctoral thesis entitled "Artificial Intelligence and Inclusion: An Analysis of Bias Against the Poor," a pioneering work that provides empirical evidence about the existence of aporophobia in Artificial Intelligence systems and social networks.
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Interview

Interview with Dr Flavio Comim, Coordinator of the SEE Research Group

21/10/2021
“Our research, on measures of vulnerability or the fragility of social structures, can help to fulfil an objective that is very important for our university, which is supporting our social mission.”
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Descifrando el ‘milagro’ del crecimiento económico chino

03/06/2021
El profesor de IQS, el Dr. Octasiano Valerio Mendoza lidera el proyecto Chinequaljustice, que tiene el objetivo de estudiar las desigualdades económicas y sociales en China, desde un modelo económico novedoso basado en la teoría Capability Approach, entendiendo el bienestar en términos de las capacidades y del funcionamiento de las personas.
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LATEST PROJECTS

PoPMeD-SuSDeV (Population Medicine and Sustainable Development in Europe and China)

EU-China network working on a joint research program in health, development economics, and anthropology.
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ChineQualJustice (Investigación sobre el modelo de desarrollo chino: El Enfoque de Capacidades)

Los efectos de las políticas preferenciales y las zonas económicas especiales sobre la desigualdad y la justicia social.
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PREFEQUALJUSTICE (Innovación social)

Efectos de políticas preferenciales y zonas económicas especiales sobre la desigualdad, bienestar y justicia.
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