Dr. Jordi Vives Gabriel Dr. Jordi Vives Gabriel is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Business Ethics. Jordi (1983) is PHD in International Management by the University of St Gallen. He holds a Bachelor and a Master in Business Administration by ESADE Business School and a Master in Research in Political and Social Science by Pompeu Fabra University. He has been visiting PhD at the Legal Studies and Business Ethics Department of the Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania). Jordi’s research focuses on non-judicial remedy mechanisms in connection to corporate impacts on human rights. More specifically, under the umbrella of restorative justice theory, Jordi explores the role that symbolic remedies (e.g. apologies, memorials, truth reconciliation commissions, commemorative rituals, etc.) can have when participated or led by private actors with the intention to restore victims’ dignity and their relationships with other society members, including corporations. Jordi has published his work at the Journal of Business Ethics. His research has received the support from the Swiss National Foundation for Science (Doc Mobility) as well as from the oikos Foundation (oikos PhD Fellow). Jointly with Prof Florian Wettstein, Jordi has developed the course “Finding purpose and values in leadership and professionalism” for the HSG’s context studies programme. Additionally, Jordi teaches on business and human rights issues as well as on business responsibility topics at Esade Business School. Currently, in addition to his affiliation with the institute, Jordi is lecturer at the Esade Business School’s Social Science department. Jordi has consulted for the Catalan Government and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), among other organizations. Before engaging into academia Jordi gained relevant professional experience at Deloitte and Hewlett Packard corporation.