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Andrew Crane 8h
YES! was very much encouraging a focus on - our journals (and authors) are at risk of being asleep at the wheel on this. She mentioned as a broader term to illustrate just how few papers we are all publishing on the topic
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Andrew Crane May 16
LISTEN HERE: My latest podcast, Fight Slavery in Your Supply Chain, with produced by the wonderful people at . A 30 min listen or if you're REALLY busy check out the 3 min written summary:
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Lauren McCarthy 9h
Thank you to our guests- presenters & attendees- for yesterday's publishing seminar. It felt like a collective therapy session!
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Andrew Crane 18h
Replying to @ProfAlisonK
Yes, another states that the one posted is like the little house on the prairie version. A lot of us men completely underestimate the extent and degree of sexual harassment in our profession
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Andrew Crane May 21
On my way!
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NBS May 19
"Modern slavery is not people in chains. There's a different form of control," says . Could slavery be present in your supply chain? Listen to experts discuss the signs to be looking out for and what you can do about it.
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Andrew Crane May 20
Replying to @genderCSR
Yes, I certainly would not expect and scholars to be any different. Do as I say, not as I do would be the operative motto.
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Andrew Crane May 20
Replying to @CharleneZietsma
I know. You hear about this but when it is so relentlessly and consistently listed like this you can see the patterns of abuse )and privilege) more clearly.
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Andrew Crane May 20
Replying to @TanusreeJain
Yes, I keep thinking we might be past a time where this gets explained away as generational differences. I don’t remember this ever being remotely ok. Is there a sexual harassment version of ?
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Andrew Crane May 20
Replying to @JenCGoodman
It’s good at least that some women are a little more able to now. But it still remains a risk in so many ways. The patterns are pretty predictable and consistent it seems
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Andrew Crane May 20
If you’re in any way uninformed about sexual harassment and sexual assault in academia, just check out the replies to this. A litany of bad behaviour.
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CBOS at Bath Uni May 20
and - visitor Giacomo Manetti presents insights on non-financial disclosure prior to, during and following , & scandals. Taking and developing increases legitimacy and reduces hypocrisy
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CBOS at Bath Uni May 20
, and - delighted to welcome to share new thinking on implicit vs explicit . Key argument - tailor CSR disclosure to the implicit-explicit framework, adjusting by language and topic
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Victor Ray May 16
It is teaching evaluation season. Teaching evaluations are often used to confirm the worst stereotypes about women faculty (opinion)
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Peter Gleick May 16
If it was aliens pouring CO2 into our atmosphere, we'd have invented starships and phasers and declared war by now.
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CRIS May 17
Michelle Greenwood & next Tuesday evening for discussions on publishing. We now have a couple of spaces available if anyone tried to register before and found they couldn't- get them while you can!
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Andrew Crane May 16
LISTEN HERE: My latest podcast, Fight Slavery in Your Supply Chain, with produced by the wonderful people at . A 30 min listen or if you're REALLY busy check out the 3 min written summary:
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Business & Society May 14
And pretty soon is going to be marching from our Editorial Board into the Associate Editor team. Great to have team members who are driven by passion for the issues we research and publish about!
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Eric Holthaus May 12
This is the first time in human history our planet's atmosphere has had more than 415ppm CO2. Not just in recorded history, not just since the invention of agriculture 10,000 years ago. Since before modern humans existed millions of years ago. We don't know a planet like this.
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Andrew Crane May 13
Sure Anne - here's the paper, hot off the press:
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