Julia works as a researcher with a background in business administration and focus on sustainable development. She is particularly interested in the production and consumption of food from a sustainability perspective.
More specifically, she is interested in sustainable diets in terms of e.g. labelling but also innovations, such as hemp-based foods. For example, she is currently exploring on the role of hemp-based foods within a circular bio-economy.
Julia contributes to the teaching and supervision of students and has a great interest in developing pedagogical teaching materials.
Airike, P.-E., Rotter, J. & Mark-Herbert, C. (2016). Corporate Social Responsibility in the Electronics Supply Chain - Motivations and Challenges of Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration. Journal of Cleaner Production, 131, 639-648.
Rotter, J.P., Airike, P.-E. & Mark-Herbert C. (2014). Exploring Political Corporate Social Responsibility in Global Supply Chains. Journal of Business Ethics 125(4), 581-599.
Rotter, J.P., Özbek, N. & Mark-Herbert, C. (2012). Exploring Corporate Social Responsibility in Food Retail Category Management. Social Business 2(3), 223-241.
Rotter, J.P., Özbek, N. & Mark-Herbert, C. (2012). Private-public Partnerships: Corporate Responsibility Strategy in Food Retail. International Journal of Business Excellence 5(1/2), 5-20.
Rotter, J.P. & Mark-Herbert, C. (2019). Vegoganic: The Dilemma of Arsenic in Rice Products. Emerald Emerging Markets Case Study 9(2). https://doi.org/10.1108/EEMCS-05-2018-0064
Rotter, J.P. & Mark-Herbert, C. (2013). Corporate Social Responsibility in Swedish Food Retail: The Case of Tiger Shrimp. International Food and Agribusiness Review 16(3), 167-176.