PhD Sara Siakala

Research Fellow
Helmholtzstrasse 18 email: sara.siakala(at)uni-ulm.de tel.: +49(0)7 31 - 50 323 51
89081 Ulm room: 1.04 fax: +49(0)7 31 - 50 323 59
Baden-Wuerttemberg
Germany
   

office hours by arrangement

Profile

  • Corporate Sustainability
     
  • Corporate Human Rights Responsibility
     
  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management

  • Seminar: Corporate Human Rights Responsibility (summer semester 2022)
     
  • Seminar: Service Learning (summer semester 2022)
     
  • Seminar: Corporate Human Rights Responsibility (winter semester 2021/2022)
     
  • Seminar: Service Learning (winter semester 2021/2022)
     
  • Seminar: Corporate Human Rights Responsibility (summer semester 2021)
     
  • Seminar: Corporate Sustainability (winter semester 2020/2021)
     
  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management (summer semester 2020)
     
  • Seminar: Corporate Human Rights Responsibility (summer semester 2020)
     
  • Seminar: Corporate Sustainability (winter semester 2019/2020)
     
  • Seminar: Corporate Sustainability (summer semester 2019)
     
  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management (summer semester 2019)
     
  • Seminar: Corporate Sustainability (winter semester 2018/2019)
     
  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management (summer semester 2018)
     
  • Seminar: Corporate Sustainability (winter semester 2017/2018)
     
  • Sustainable Supply Chain Management (summer semester 2017)

  • Since 2017: Research Fellow, Institute for Corporate Sustainability Leadership at Ulm University
     
  • Since 2019: Founder & CEO of hatefree gGmbH (Social Business)
     
  • 2017-2019 Head of a large-scale research project at the BMW Group (research focus: sustainable supply chain management)
     
  • 2016-2017: PhD intern at the BMW Group in the department of Sustainable Supply Chain Management

  • PhD, Ulm University
     
  • M.Sc. in Management and Corporate Sustainability, Cranfield University (GB)
     
  • B.Sc. in International Business Administration, European University Viadrina

Publications

Siakala, S. Corporate challenges and counter strategies in the implementation of human rights impact assessments (forthcoming)

Siakala S. und Müller M. (2020) Das Potenzial eines Lieferkettengesetzes einen Beitrag zur Optimierung bestehender sozial-ökologischer Konditionen zu leisten, Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik, 69(1): 34–43.

Müller, M. und Siakala, S. (2019) Nachhaltiges Lieferkettenmanagement: Von der Strategie zur Umsetzung. Berlin: de Gruyter. Online at: https://www.degruyter.com/view/product/525122?rskey=pWEyfp