Jilde Garst is Assistant Professor at the Business Management and Organisation group of Wageningen University & Research. Her research is divided into two streams: a) organizational responses to value conflicts in relation to sustainability transitions; b) the legitimacy of voluntary standards and their ability to stimulate change. In her current projects, she applies these lenses both to sustainability reporting and organization transformations of universities. Her work on "values-sensitive absorptive capacity" and "double materiality" has been published in amongst others Business & Society, California Management Review, Journal of Responsible Innovation.
- Post-doc on Sustainability Accounting in the Accounting, Auditing and Control department of the Erasmus School of Economics (Rotterdam, NL);
- PhD student at Wageningen University & Research (NL) in the area of Responsible Innovation and Corporate Social Responsibility;
- project manager at the International Diabetes Federation (Brussels, BE);
- project manager at the International Life Sciences Institute Europe (Brussels, BE);
- MSc in Health Food Innovation Management & BSc in Health Sciences, both at Maastricht University (NL).