Jukka Rintamäki is a Marie Curie Fellow at Cass Business School. Prior to Cass, he has held visiting positions at Lund University and Copenhagen Business School. Jukka holds a PhD from Aalto University School of Business, where he focused on the relationship between collective memory and corporate irresponsibility, in particular investigating memory work. His work has been published in the Academy of Management Review. He is involved with the ETHOS Centre for Responsible Enterprise at Cass Business School, and the Sustainability in Business Research group at Aalto University School of Business. Jukka’s general research interests include various aspects of corporate (ir)responsibility, politics of the corporation, collective memory, identity work, and issues of higher education to name a few. His work at Cass focuses on the remembering and forgetting of corporate irresponsibility and the different actors and mechanisms involved.