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(p. xii) Author Biographies

(p. xii) Author Biographies

Ruth V. Aguilera is an Associate Professor at the College of Business and the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations at the University of Illinois at Urbana‐Champaign. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Harvard University. Her research interests fall at the intersection of economic sociology and international business, specifically in the field of comparative corporate governance.



Jay B. Barney, Professor of Management and Chase Chair for Excellence in Corporate Strategy at the Max M. Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University, received his doctorate in Administrative Science and Sociology from Yale University. Professor Barney's research focuses on the relationship between firm skills and capabilities and sustained competitive advantage. He has published over 75 articles and books and consulted widely. Awards include an honorary doctorate degree from the University of Lund and honorary visiting professor positions in New Zealand, China, and the United Kingdom. He was elected Fellow in the Academy of Management, where he received the Irwin Outstanding Educator Award in the Business Policy and Strategy Division.



Jill A. Brown (Ph.D., University of Georgia) is Assistant Professor of Management at Lehigh University's College of Business and Economics. Her research, focusing on corporate governance and business ethics, has been published in the Journal of Management Studies and Business and Society: Ethics and Stakeholder Management (Archie B. Carroll and Ann K. Buchholtz eds.).



Ann K. Buchholtz (Ph.D., New York University) is an Associate Professor in the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia. She has authored numerous articles on business ethics, social issues and corporate governance, and she serves as the inaugural ethics adjudication chair for the Academy of Management.



Archie B. Carroll is Director of the Nonprofit Management and Community Service Program and Professor Emeritus in the Terry College of Business, University of Georgia. He received his doctorate in management from The Florida State University. His research interests include corporate social responsibility and business ethics. He is senior co‐author of Business and Society: Ethics and Stakeholder Management, 6th edn., 2006, and a former President of the Society for Business Ethics.



Barry A. Colbert (Ph.D., York University) is an Assistant Professor of Policy at the School of Business and Economics at Wilfred Laurier University in Canada. His work has been published in Academy of Management Review, the Journal of General Management, and Human Resource Planning. His research is centered on the ways and means by which organizations align a vision for sustainability, business strategy, and the strategic development of human capital.



Stanley Deetz (Ph.D., Ohio University) is Director of Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Colorado. He has written several books on corporate relations to society, organizational communication, and micropractices of power. He was a Senior Fulbright Scholar and is a National Communication Association Distinguished Scholar.



Thomas Donaldson (Ph.D., University of Kansas) is the Mark O. Winkelman Professor, and Director of the Wharton Ph.D. Program in Ethics and Law at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He has published more than ten books and 70 articles and has consulted widely. He is the current President of the Social Issues in Management Division of the Academy of Management and is past President of the Society for Business Ethics.



Thomas W. Dunfee served as President of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (1989–90), and the Society for Business Ethics (1995–6). Tom was the author or editor of several books (published by e.g. Harvard Business School Press, McGraw‐Hill, Prentice‐Hall, Wiley and Kluwer) and published articles in many management, ethics and law journals (e.g. Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Business Ethics Quarterly, California Law Review, Economics and Philosophy, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Marketing, and the Northwestern Law Review). He died in 2008.



William C. Frederick is Professor Emeritus, Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh. His principal scholarly interest is the social and ethical responsibilities of business corporations, as reflected in his books, Corporation, Be Good! The Story of Corporate Social Responsibility (2006) and Values, Nature, and Culture in the American Corporation (1995). His Ph.D. in economics and anthropology is from the University of Texas‐Austin. Additional information is at his website: 〈http://www.williamcfrederick.com〉.



Gerard Hanlon is a Professor of Organizational Sociology, at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary College, University of London. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Trinity College, University of Dublin. His research interests include social theory, the nature of capitalist societies, the relationship between the state and the market, critique of political economy, the work of the middle class, professional organizations, and industrial sociology. Professor Hanlon is the author of Commercialization of Accountancy: Flexible Accumulation (p. xiv) and the Transformation of the Service Class (Macmillan, 1994) and Lawyers, the State and the Market: Professionalism Revisited (Macmillan, 1998). He has published numerous papers, and has recently completed two Economic and Social Research Council projects: one on corporate social responsibility and a second on innovative health technologies with particular reference to telemedicine—see 〈http://www.esrc.ac.uk/ESRCInfoCentre/index.aspx〉.



Pursey P. M. A. R. Heugens is Professor of Organization Theory at RSM Erasmus University. He holds a Ph.D. in Management from RSM Erasmus University (2001). Research interests include Business Ethics and Positive and Normative Organization Theory. Pursey Heugens has published some 30 articles in journals like the Academy of Management Review, Strategic Organization, Organization Studies, Journal of Business Ethics, and Journal of Management Studies. He serves on the editorial board of six scholarly journals, and is a representative at large of the Academy of Management's Social Issues in Management Division.



Bryan W. Husted a Professor and Erivan K. Haub Chair in Business and Sustainability, Schulich School of Business, York University Toronto. He holds a Ph.D. in Business and Public Policy from the University of California at Berkeley. His work focuses on corporate social responsibility and sustainability.



Rami Kaplan, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tel Aviv University.



Timothy Kuhn is an Associate Professor, University of Colorado and holds a Ph.D. in Communication from Arizona State University. His research centers on understanding firms—particularly knowledge‐intensive firms—as complex discursive systems, a conceptual move that directs his attention to processes of corporate governance, knowledge development, and personal identity construction. His research has appeared in a variety of outlets, including Organization Studies, Management Communication Quarterly, and Communication Monographs.



Lloyd Kurtz is a senior portfolio manager with Nelson Capital Management of Palo Alto, California. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds an MBA in Finance from Babson College. He serves as a Research Fellow at the University of California's Haas School of Business, and maintains the sristudies.org online database of studies of socially responsible investment.



Elizabeth C. Kurucz (Ph.D., York University) is Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Sustainable Commerce in the Department of Business, College of Management and Economics at the University of Guelph. Her research in Organizational Behaviour spans business, government, and civil society, and is focused on how organizational mindsets facilitate or inhibit progress toward more sustainable practice.



David L. Levy is Professor of Management at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. He received a DBA from Harvard Business School, and his research examines strategic contestation over the governance of controversial global issues, with a focus on climate change. His most recent book, co‐edited with Peter Newell, is The Business of Global Environmental Governance (MIT Press, 2005).



Alison Mackey is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Orfalea College of Business at California Polytechnic State University. She received her Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. Her current research interests include corporate social responsibility and executive selection, compensation, and performance measurement.



Tyson B. Mackey is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Orfalea College of Business at California Polytechnic State University. He received his Ph.D. in Business Policy from The Ohio State University. His current research interests include the relationship between diversification and firm value as well as corporate social responsibility.



Domènec Melé is Professor of Business Ethics and holds the Chair of Economics and Ethics at IESE Business School, University of Navarra, Spain. He holds a Doctorate in Industrial Engineering (Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain) and in Theology (University of Navarra, Spain). He is the author or editor of several books on Business Ethics and related topics, apart from numerous articles and contributions to books. Currently he is working on a book on Business Ethics from a human values perspective.



Andrew Millington is Deputy Dean of the School of Management, and Professor of Business and Society, at the University of Bath. His current research interests include supply chain management in China and international comparative studies of ethical supply chain management. His publications include papers in the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Human Relations, International Journal of Operations and Production Management, and Business & Society. He received his Ph.D. in European Studies from the University of Bath.



Brendan O'Dwyer is Professor and Head of Accounting at the University of Amsterdam Business School. He holds a Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Dundee. His research interests encompass: sustainability reporting assurance practice; corporate and non‐governmental organization (NGO) accounting and accountability; social and ethical accounting and reporting; corporate stakeholder engagement; corporate social responsibility; and professional accounting ethics and disciplinary procedures.



Marc Orlitzky (Ph.D., University of Iowa) is Associate Professor of Management, Division of Business and Engineering, Pen State Univesity. His research interests include corporate social responsibility, business ethics, strategic human resource (p. xvi) management, and organizational and small‐group performance. He serves on the editorial review boards of the Academy of Management Journal and Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society and has published several empirical studies of corporate social performance in a variety of publication outlets.



David L. Owen BA ACA FRSA. David is a Professor of Social and Environmental Accounting at the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, Nottingham University Business School. Professor Owen's main research interests lie in the fields of corporate social and environmental accounting, auditing, and reporting. His most recent work has focused on the issue of corporate capture of the ‘sustainability’ agenda and the appropriation of its potential radical edge by managerial interests.



Guido Palazzo is Professor at the Faculty of Management and Economics at the University of Lausanne. Guido holds a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Bamberg in Germany. His research interests are in the area of CSR, ethical decision‐making, political theory, and branding. Key publications include:



Peter Pruzan, Professor Emeritus, Department of Politics, Management and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School and Visiting Professor, Sri Sathya Sai University, India. Highest degrees: Dr.Polit. (Economics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark) and Ph.D. (Operations Research, Case‐Western Reserve, USA). Current research: spiritual‐based leadership; see e.g. Leading with Wisdom: Spiritual‐Based Leadership in Business (Greenleaf Publishing, UK, 2007).



José Salazar is a titular professor at the Economics Department of Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico). He received his Ph.D. in Social Sciences from Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (Mexico). His actual research is on corporate social responsibility and international trade.



Andreas Georg Scherer is Director of the Institute of Organization and Administrative Science (IOU) at the University of Zurich. He received his degrees from the University of Erlangen‐Nuremberg. Research interests include: business ethics, international management, organization theory, and theories of the firm. He has published in Academy of Management Review, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, Organization, Organization Studies.



Kareem M. Shabana is an Assistant Professor of Management at Indiana University, Kokomo. He is finalizing his dissertation, entitled ‘Two Essays on the Nature and Practice of Corporate Social Responsibility,’ at the University of Georgia. Kareem's research interests include Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Social Performance, and Corporate Social Reporting.



N. Craig Smith is the INSEAD Chaired Professor in Ethics and Social Responsibility at INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France. He was previously on the faculties of London Business School, Georgetown University, and Harvard Business School. His current research projects examine ethical consumerism, deception in marketing, marketing ethics, and strategic drivers of corporate responsibility. His recent publications appear in the Journal of Marketing, Business Ehics Quarterly, Sloan Management Review, California Management Review, and the Journal of Business Ethics. He consults on business and marketing ethics and corporate responsibility, and serves on the Scientific Committee of Vigeo (a social responsibility rating agency) and the Advisory Board of Carbon Clear (a carbon offset company).Smith was the winner of the Beyond Grey Pinstripes' 2005 European Faculty Pioneer Award for his work on social and environmental issues in business.



Ulrich Steger (Ph.D., Ruhr University) holds the Alcan Chair of Environmental Management at IMD. Professor Steger is Director of IMD's research project on Corporate Sustainability Management. He is Director of Building High Performance Boards and other major partnership programs including the DaimlerChrysler and Allianz Excellence Program. He is the author or editor of numerous publications including, most recently Managing Complex Mergers (2004) and Mastering Global Corporate Governance (2004).



Diane L. Swanson, the von Waaden Professor at Kansas State University, holds a Ph.D. in Business from the University of Pittsburgh and publishes widely on corporate social responsibility. She is the recipient of the 2001 Award for Best Article in Business and Society and the 2004 Best Ethics Educator Award.



J. (Hans) van Oosterhout is a Professor of Corporate Governance and Responsibility at RSM Erasmus University. He holds an MA in Political Science from Leiden University, and a Ph.D. in Organization Theory from Erasmus University. His research interests pertain to the positive and normative theory of organizations and institutions, corporate governance, and the relationship between economic, legal, and political institutions in general.



Wayne Visser is founder and CEO of CSR International, a Visiting Professor in CSR at Manhein University, Germany and Senior Associate and Internal Examiner at the University of Cambridge Programme for Industry, UK. Wayne holds a Ph.D. in Corporate Social Responsibility, Nottingham University Business School. His research interests include: CSR in developing countries, corporate governance in (p. xviii) Africa, leadership for sustainability, and the purpose of business. Key publications include: author/editor of four books on CSR and sustainable business, including most recently Corporate Citizenship in Africa (Greenleaf, 2006) and The A to Z of CSR: An Encyclopaedia of Corporate Social Responsibility (Wiley, 2007). He is a former Director of Sustainability Services for KPMG South Africa; and has lectured on CSR and sustainable business in Finland, South Africa, and the UK.



David Vogel is the Solomon Lee Professor of Business Ethics and Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley. He holds a doctorate in political science from Princeton University. His research focuses on business–government and business–society relations. He is the author or editor of ten books, including The Market for Virtue: The Potential and Limits of Corporate Social Responsibility.



David Wheeler is Dean of Management, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada. He holds a Ph.D. in Applied Microbiology from the University of Surrey (UK). Dr Wheeler's research interests focus on the role of the private sector in international development, corporate strategy, governance and sustainability, and organizational change and sustainability. He was the principal author of The Stakeholder Corporation (Pitman), and has published more than 70 articles in the Science, Medicine, and Management literatures. Dr. Wheeler is currently Co‐chair of the United Nations Development Program Project on case writing in private sector development. He is Chair of the Foundation for Sustainable Enterprise and Development and a board member of Zero Footprint.



Cynthia A. Williams (J.D., NYU School of Law) is a Visiting Professor and Osler Chair in Business Law at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto, Canada. Her research interests include corporate law, securities, comparative corporate governance, and CSR, based on interdisciplinary collaborations in anthropology, business, economics, and organizational psychology.



Duane Windsor is Lynette S. Autrey Professor in the Jones Graduate School of Management, Rice University. His Ph.D. in Political Economy and Government is from Harvard University. His research emphasizes corporate social responsibility and stakeholder management. ‘Corporate Social Responsibility: Three Key Approaches’ appeared in Journal of Management Studies (January 2006).