Workshop: DGNB business case

03.08.2017  - Workshop: DGNB business case 14. august 2017

Green Building Council Denmark har indledt et forskningssamarbejde med Copenhagen Business School.

Formålet med dette samarbejde er at få belyst hvordan forretningsmodeller kan opbygges omkring DGNB bæredygtighedsklassen.Mødet finder sted 14. august 2017 kl.14.00-16-00 hos Green Building Council Denmark.

 Som en del af dette samarbejde bliver alle medlemmer i DK-GBC inviteret til præsentationsmøde den 14. august 2017.Formålet med dette møde er at afklare om medlemmerne kunne have interesse i at medfinansierer en af forskningsprojekterne.

Yderligere information findes her

Tilmelding sker ved e-mail til rasmus.olsen@dk-gbc.dk  

 

Meeting about Crowd funding for DK-GBC/CBS research initiative

Green Building Council Denmark (DK-GBC) and the Copenhagen Business School (CBS) wish to engage in a large-scale research initiative focusing on two specific themes. All premium and basic members are hereby invited to the presentation meeting the 14th of august 2017. The purpose of the meeting is to clarify which members may be interested in co-financing the following research programs on CBS.

Research proposal #1

Objective: To study the business models underlying the DGNB standard Program: The study is planned for a 2-year Postdoc program

As the industry seeks to resolve the performance gap, all too often found, in buildings that are deemed sustainable, as well as growing the application and performance of buildings standards that address sustainability goals, it is our intention to study the underlying strategic business models of the DGNB standard, as well as how the DGNB standard is disseminated within the market.

Research proposal #2

Objective: To study how companies can set up clear business models around the DGNB standard Program: The study is planned for a 3-year PhD program

While we have good explanations of what benefits civil regulations can offer firms and civil society actors, there is less work on how the interests of participants in a standard-setting process interact to affect the functions that the standard can perform. That is to say, while we know standards are proliferating, we know less about how the DGNB standard evolves internally and how companies can set clear business models around the application of the standard. Specifically, we wish to study the tension between rigor and inclusion that often frames debates among standards-setters themselves