Julia Grimm

Assistant Professor
Business Administration , Jönköping International Business School

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Julia Grimm is an Assistant Professor in Business Administration with a focus on Sustainability.

Prior to joining JIBS, Julia was a postdoctoral researcher at Cambridge University, Judge Business School in the Organization Theory and Information Systems Research Group and at VU Amsterdam at the Department of Environmental Policy Analysis. She has also been a visiting researcher at Stockholm University and Zürich University.

Julia has earned her PhD from the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg in February 2019. Since 2017, she has taken on different guest lectures in the area of Applied Business Ethics at the University of Applied Sciences Konstanz, the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg and the Leuphana University amongst others.

Julia has a background in organization and management studies and qualitative research methods. Her primary interests include phenomena such as transnational governance, legitimacy, paradoxes, framing and social movements. She has worked with empirical contexts such as global supply chains, tax avoidance and energy transformation.

Article

Nasiritousi, N., Grimm, J. (2022). Governing toward decarbonization: The legitimacy of national orchestration Environmental Policy and Governance. More information
Marquardt, J., Fast, C., Grimm, J. (2022). Non- and sub-state climate action after Paris: From a facilitative regime to a contested governance landscape Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change. More information

Book

Grimm, J. (2019). Private governance as an institutional response to wicked problems: A study of the German partnership for sustainable textiles. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft More information

Conference paper

Nasiritousi, N., Grimm, J. (2020). Because there is no Plan(et) B: A Study of the Fossil Free Sweden Initiative and its Legitimacy. 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 7-11 August, 2020, Vancouver, Canada. More information
Grimm, J., Reinecke, J. (2019). Crying For The Moon? Shifting Frontiers Of Possibility Through Frames. 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, US, (08/2019). More information

Other publications

Sharma, C., Kleiberg, E., Grimes, M., Grimm, J. (2021). Is Crisis the Mother of Innovation? Responding to the COVID-19 Outbreak [Teaching case]. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge More information
von Bethmann, M., Daneel, P., Foroudastan, S., Figg, M., Arimoto, K., Grimm, J., Grimes, M. (2021). Engage or Disengage? The Divestment Movement at Jesus College, Cambridge University [Teaching case]. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge More information
Grimm, J., Howard-Grenville, J. (2021). Engagement for supply chain sustainability: A guide. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge More information
Fast, C., Grimm, J., Nasiritousi, N. (2020). Addressing climate change the Nordic way: Motives of Swedish companies for taking action. More information
Grimm, J., Schreck, P. (2019). Zur erfolgreichen Etablierung von effektiven Multi-Stakeholder Initiativen [policy brief]. Lutherstadt Wittenberg: Wittenberg-Zentrum für Globale Ethik More information
Ruehle, R., Grimm, J., Thakhathi, A., Schreck, P. (2018). Bitter Sweet: Child Labor in the Chocolate Industry - A Clear Case of Double Standards? [Teaching case]. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge More information
de Biasi, K., Grimm, J., Piest, S., Schreck, P. (2017). Rana Plaza and the Partnership for Sustainable Textiles: Collective Action in the Name of Human Rights [Teaching case]. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge More information