Communicating Transparency (Public Relations)

Schanz, Sievers, and Sureth-Sloane aim at facilitating bi-directional multichannel exchanges between the TRR 266 and its target audience groups, i.e., regulators, politicians, firms and their stakeholders, the scientific community, and the general public. The project will incorporate feed-back from these exchanges into TRR 266’s research program and, supported by the Open Science Data Center, evaluate the dissemination of TRR 266 based on a comprehensive quality assurance concept. To reach these objectives, they will use a variety of communication channels and events.

C03 coordinates the following

Press
Social Media, including Twitter and LinkedIn
Articles in applied journals
Blogs – make sure to sign up for our blog post updates!
Data visualizations
Researcher of the Month
Events
Newsletters summarizing our (preliminary) research findings, inform about past and future events as well as respond to current news

 

Zugehörige Beiträge

Transparent Research

Prof. Dr. Joachim Gassen
Prof. Dr. Caren Sureth-Sloane

The initiators and spokespersons of the TRR 266, Caren Sureth-Sloane and Joachim Gassen, look back at how the project came to life, and explain why transparency is not only the subject of their research but also central to their work philosophy. Weiterlesen

Beteiligte Institutionen

Die Hauptstandorte vom TRR 266 sind die Universität Paderborn (Sprecherhochschule), die HU Berlin und die Universität Mannheim. Alle drei Standorte sind seit vielen Jahren Zentren für Rechnungswesen- und Steuerforschung. Hinzu kommen Wissenschaftler der LMU München, der Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, der WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, der ESMT Berlin und der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, die die gleiche Forschungsagenda verfolgen.