- The team aims at promoting cooperative practices in situations of extreme crisis and economic internationalisation, centring on people, sustainable development, social justice and fair globalisation. It analyses how labour relations are adapting to the needs of the 21st century.
This team analyses the challenges posed by the communication society in its different realms, including the impact of media on gender issues.
Deusto Learning deals with the use of technology to increase the interest of youth in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) areas and encourage them to pursue a technological or engineering career, with special focus on girls.
The research team focuses on the connections between values, equality, society, democracy, welfare and social policy. It addresses transversal variables, such as family, work, politics, identities, tolerance.
Members of DeustoTech Industry are actively involved in activities associating the promotion of gender equality with new technologies and security.
The EDucaR research team aims to improve education by promoting excellence in educational research with high scientific, political and social impact. The group centres on furthering advances in educational knowledge, particularly teaching and learning processes, educational management models and phenomena in historical and theoretical perspective.
Members of this research team are working on innovative activities in the area of health and ICT for wellbeing. The group is committed to research on and development of ICT-based tools, systems and interventions for psychological, social and physical health.
Through its research activities, the Faculty of Engineering supports scientific and technology development to help the progress of the society of the future.
The team works on the following research areas of strategic management: corporate strategy, competitive strategy, knowledge and innovation, strategic human capital and stakeholder strategy.
This research team works with persons and groups in their environments to improve their quality of life, well being and social inclusion.
The main research areas of this team are related to the topics of Postmodernity, Plurality and Postsecurality and the role of the secular city as a space for shared living.
The group is made of researchers from different disciplines of social sciences (including legal, political and human sciences). Its main research areas are related to human rights, cultural diversity and identities, migration, integration and social cohesion.
The team’s research centres on social economy and solidarity organisations such as cooperatives, employee-owned companies, insertion companies, social businesses and others. Particular emphasis is placed on their particular features, values, operating principles and the positive economic, social and environmental effects.
The aim of the research team is to analyse society vs. globalisation and the legal implications of this analysis. It addresses economic globalisation, business and markets.