Jaume I University (UJI) is a higher education institution located in Castellón de la Plana (Valencian Community, Spain) and founded in 1991.
Regarding research ethics, UJI’s research group “Practical Ethics and Democracy” coordinates the European project ETHNA System (January 2020-June 2023). This project is focused on the development and implementation of an ethical governance system to promote good practice in responsible research and innovation (RRI) within higher education institutions, research centres and research funding bodies. During this project, UJI has taken steps towards institutional transformation through the incorporation of ethical tools. Specifically, the appointment of an Ethical officer, the development of a Good Practices Code in Research as well as new structures for Ethical Governance (Ethics and Integrity Committee, Ethics in Research in Humans Committee).
Patrici Calvo is an associate professor at Jaume I University Department of Philosophy and Sociology. He holds a PhD in Moral Philosophy from Jaume I University. His lines of research are economic and business ethics, ethics of things and ethification, algorithm democracy and government, moral neuroeducation and neuroconomics, smart health and bioethification, ethical monitoring systems and blockchain.
Carlota Carretero García is a project manager and researcher at Jaume I University Department of Philosophy and Sociology. She holds a PhD in Sociology from Complutense University of Madrid. She completed pre-doctoral research stays at the Institute for Social Research (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) and at the European Trade Union Institute (Brussels, Belgium). Her research interests are gender studies, feminist theory, entrepreneurship, employment, equality policies and emotions.
Ramón Feenstra is an associate professor at Jaume I University Department of Philosophy and Sociology. He graduated in Public Relations and History and later obtained his PhD in Moral Philosophy at the Jaume I University. His research interests are primarly linked to democracy theory and communication ethics.
Domingo García Marzá is a professor at Jaume I University Department of Philosophy and Sociology. He has extended his studies on Politics in Frankfurt (Germany) and on Economic Ethics at St. Gallen (Switzerland), at the Notre Dame University (USA) and at Magee College of the University of Ulster (Northern Ireland). His research interests are deliberative democracy, business ethics, institutional design, civil society and critical hermeneutics.
Elsa González Esteban is an associate professor of Moral Philosophy at Jaume I University Department of Philosophy and Sociology. She holds a PhD in Philosophy (business ethics) from Jaume I University. Her lines of research are discursive ethics, applied ethics, business and economic ethics, theory of the stakeholders, corporate and organisational social responsibility, cosmopolitan governance, economic governance, and code of vàlues.