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Andrew Crane Feb 21
Wow! More than 50 papers submitted for our one day workshop in London next month hosted by . Going to be a tough job selecting the best ones!
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Amelia Clarke Feb 17
You can now access my chapter on designing cross-sector partnerships. No uni access? Pre-pub version is here:
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Andrew Crane Feb 17
You know you want to...
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Timothy Devinney Feb 16
Oh what a tangled corporate web we weave: Months before the arrest of auto titan Carlos Ghosn, the Japanese government intervened in talks about whether to merge Nissan and Renault via
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lulamile makaula Feb 14
Planning or already implementing a cross-sector partnership (CSP) with diverse role-players? Consider this practical guide to inform your decision-making.
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The PhD Proofreaders Feb 14
Top minds of Twitter, we're putting together a guide for new . We need your opinion: Knowing what you know now, what advice would you give someone about to embark on a PhD? Sarcasm definitely welcome
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Matt Caulfield Feb 14
From Academy of Management Insights newsletter. One would think moral leadership matters because morality matters.
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Samanthi Gunawardana Feb 14
The inadequacy of voluntarist corporate efforts (social audits) to detect and address gender-based violence in the garment sector. concludes that a binding ILO convention is the answer. BUT ILO conventions are also routinely violated in the sector.
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Andrew Crane Feb 12
Last call for our paper development workshop in London. If you are based in the UK and want to get expert feedback on your research in progress in the field of business and society, come to our workshop on 26 Mar 2019! Submissions of draft papers by Feb 20
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Andrew Crane Feb 14
Yay! So pleased to be joining this track on in with our paper on with Voegtlin and Noval
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Andrew Crane Feb 14
Going to be an EPIC special issue! Congrats and team - great to have you with us!
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Genevieve LeBaron Feb 13
For all the scholars of and out there: the wonderful is searching for its next Human Trafficking & Modern Day Slavery fellow, deadline March 1st:
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John Ferguson Feb 12
Our special issue on ‘Rethinking Corporate Agency...’ just published in ⁦
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Kam Phung Feb 12
Important step forward in Canada on the human exploitation in supply chains front. Looking forward to seeing it all develop.
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Andrew Crane Feb 12
Last call for our paper development workshop in London. If you are based in the UK and want to get expert feedback on your research in progress in the field of business and society, come to our workshop on 26 Mar 2019! Submissions of draft papers by Feb 20
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Andrew Crane Feb 12
More on the Business School rankings issue here. Interesting times!
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Andrew Crane Feb 12
Great to see three papers from our special issue in on cross-sector partnerships for systemic change in this list! Thanks and well done and co-authors!
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Andrew Crane Feb 12
Replying to @ethicscrane
Interesting that the FT claims to be having "a complete review of our methodology, with the aim of ensuring that our measurements of value and worth in business education are aligned with the needs of schools, students and wider society"
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Andrew Crane Feb 11
and talking through some amazing uses of in organising workers and collaborating to solve social problems
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Andrew Crane Feb 11
⁩ director Giana Eckhardt giving a terrific overview of challenges of bridging the moral and the market economies in the new wave of the from her forthcoming co-edited book.
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