John Berns (email@example.com) is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business, University of Missouri. His primary research interests include venture financing, entrepreneurship, and firm leadership. His teaching interests are in the areas of strategic management and entrepreneurship. He is a member of the Academy of Management and Strategic Management Society.
Jill Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Associate Professor of Management at Bentley University. Her research interests include strategic leadership, corporate governance, ethics, and corporate social responsibility. She has published papers on these topics in the Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility, the Journal of Management Studies, Strategic Organization, and Corporate Governance: An International Review, to name a few. She has many conference proceedings and several published case studies and book chapters in the strategic management, social issues, and organization theory disciplines. Her current research focuses in on the changing role of corporate boards in response to governance reforms.
Ann Buchholtz (email@example.com) is Professor of Leadership and Ethics and Research Director of the Institute for Ethical Leadership at Rutgers University. She received her Ph.D. from the Stern School of Business at New York University. She is past Division Chair of the Social Issues in Management Division of the Academy of Management. She was a member of the ethics task force that designed a Code of Ethics for the Academy and served as the inaugural chairperson of the Academy’s Ethics Adjudication Committee. Her work has been published in Business and Society, Business Ethics Quarterly, the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Review, the Journal of Management, Organization Science, the Journal of Management Studies, Corporate Governance an International Review, among others. She is co-author, with Archie Carroll, of Business and Society: Ethics and Stakeholder Management, 8th ed. (Cengage) and serves on the editorial boards of Business & Society and Business Ethics Quarterly.
Jenna Burke (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a doctoral student in Accountancy at Bentley University, where she is a Fellow of the Geneen Institute of Corporate Governance. She has several years of public accounting experience in corporate taxation. Her primary research interests are within the corporate governance realm, stemming from a focus on audit committees to the incorporation of non-financial environmental, social, and governance information into decision-making and disclosure.
Cynthia Clark (email@example.com) is an assistant professor of management at Bentley University (Boston, U.S.A) where she also serves as the director of the Harold S. Geneen Institute of Corporate Governance, a research fellow at the Center for Business Ethics and the director of the Bentley Alliance for Ethics and Social Responsibility. Her research interests concern social, ethical and governance issues in organizations. Recently published work has appeared in Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, Management Systems Information Quarterly and Business & Society. She is also an active member of the International Association of Business and Society, the Academy of Management (serving on the Social Issues in Management board), the Strategic Management Society and the Society for Business Ethics. She is on the editorial board of Business & Society. She holds a B.A. from Boston College, an M.A. from Northwestern University and a Ph.D. from Boston University.
Francesca Cuomo (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Lecturer in Corporate Governance at Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia, UK. Her primary research interest is corporate governance, with a focus on codes of good governance, board of directors, board independence, ownership structure and separation between ownership and control. Her publications include articles in international journals such as British Journal of Management, Corporate Governance: An International Review and Industrial and Corporate Change. In 2008 she received the best paper award from Corporate Governance: An International Review.
Gerlad Davis (email@example.com) is the Wilbur K. Pierpont Collegiate Professor of Management at the Ross School of Business and Professor of Sociology, The University of Michigan. Davis received his PhD from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Davis’s research is broadly concerned with corporate governance and the effects of finance on society. His recent books include Social Movements and Organization Theory and Organizations and Organizing: Rational, Natural, and Open System Perspectives. Davis has published widely in management, sociology, and finance. He is currently Editor of Administrative Science Quarterly and Co-Director of the Interdisciplinary Committee on Organization Studies at University of Michigan.
Jennifer Goodman (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a PhD candidate in Management Sciences at ESADE Business School and a recent visiting researcher at Carleton University, where she forms part of the Responsible Investing Initiative Community University Research Alliance. Her research on shareholder engagement has been published in the Journal of Business Ethics and she has co-authored a practitioners’ report with 3iG and Vlerick Management School. The focus of her PhD research is social shareholder engagement and religious organizations while her broader research interests include corporate social responsibility and responsible investment, corporate governance, stakeholder/shareholder collaboration, and business ethics.
Maria Goranova (email@example.com) is an Associate Professor of Organizations and Strategic Management at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Her research has been published in Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, Journal of Management, Academy of Management Perspectives, Journal of Business Research, and Academy of Management Proceedings. She has received Distinguished Paper Award, as well as Outstanding Reviewer Awards from the Academy of Management. Goranova is member of the Strategic Management Society, the Academy of Management, and the International Association for Business and Society. She also serves on the editorial board of Journal of Management.
Loizos Heracleous (Loizos.Heracleous@wbs.ac.uk) is a professor of Strategy at Warwick Business School. He has authored six books and more than 60 articles. His research has been published in such leading journals as the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, MIS Quarterly, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies, Human Relations, Harvard Business Review, and MIT Sloan Management Review. Heracleous serves on the editorial boards of top management journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Review, the Journal of Management Studies, and Human Relations. Before joining Warwick Business School, Loizos was Reader in Strategy at the Said Business School and Official Fellow of Templeton College at Oxford University, and Associate Professor of Business Policy at the National University of Singapore.
Amy Hillman (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Rusty Lyon Chair in Strategy and Dean of W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University. Her research interests include resource dependence linkages, corporate political strategies, and boards of directors. She has served as editor of Academy of Management Review and associate editor of Academy of Management Journal. Prior to joining ASU, she has taught at the University of Western Ontario, Michigan State University, Johannes Kepler University in Austria, Texas A&M University and Trinity University. She has a Ph.D. from Texas A&M.
Thomas Jones (email@example.com) is the Boeing Company Endowed Professor in Business Management. His research on stakeholder theory, corporate social performance, ethics, and ethical decision-making has been published in numerous journals including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Journal of Management Studies, Business Ethics Quarterly, and others. He is a founding editor of Business & Society, and editor of Journal of Contemporary Business and Business and Society. He also served on the editorial board of the Academy of Management Review.
Adrian Keevil (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a PhD candidate at Darden School of Business, University of Virginia. He conducts behavioral research, primarily through the lens of stakeholder theory. His research has been published in Business and Professional Ethics Journal and the Proceedings of Academy of Management, International Association for Business and Society, and Society of Business Ethics. He has also written business cases. Prior to joining academia, he has 13 years of professional services experience.
Kevin Morell (Kevin.Morrell@wbs.ac.uk) is Associate Professor of Governance at Warwick Business School. His research interests include corporate governance, the public sector, applied ethics, and narrative. He has authored several books and numerous academic articles appearing in journals, such as Organization, Journal of Business Ethics, Public Administration, Policy and Politics, and others.
Canan Mutlu (email@example.com) is a PhD candidate in Organizations, Strategy, and International Management area at the University of Texas at Dallas. Her current research interests include corporate governance and competitive dynamics in emerging and transition economies.
Jordan Otten (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an Executive Reward and Governance consultant at Hay Group and visiting scholar at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He holds a PhD in economics and his research interests are executive and non-executive compensation and corporate governance. His research has been published in leading Dutch and international journals such as Journal of Management, Journal of International Business Studies, and Corporate Governance: An International Review.
Karen Schnatterly (email@example.com) is the Emma S. Hibbs Distinguished Professor and an Associate Professor at the Trulaske College of Business, University of Missouri. She earned her MBA and Ph.D. from the University of Michigan, and a B.A. from Colgate University. Her primary research interests are on white-collar crime’s antecedents and outcomes, and corporate governance’s influence on the firm. She has published her research in journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, the Strategic Management Journal, the Journal of Management, and Journal of Management Studies. She serves on the Editorial Boards of the Strategic Management Journal, the Journal of Management, and Corporate Governance: An International Review. She has taught at the Universities of Michigan and Minnesota. She has been active in the Strategic Management Society for over a decade, and has served on the Executive Committees for both the Corporate Strategy and Governance and Competitive Strategy IGs, organized an SMS Special Conference, and a multi-field corporate governance conference.
Katarina Sikavica (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a Researcher in Residence at University of Zurich, Switzerland. Prior to that she was Visiting Assistant Professor at Wharton School of Management, Marie Curie Fellow at Munich School of Management, and visiting scholar at Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. Her primary research interests are in the area of corporate governance, ownership, minority shareholder protection, and executive compensation. Her research has been published in Academy of Management Proceedings, Organization Studies, Corporate Ownership and Control, and others. She received her PhD in International Management from University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.
Mike Peng (email@example.com) is the Jindal Chair of Global Strategy at the Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas, and a National Science Foundation CAREER Award winner. Between 2005 and 2011, he was the Provost’s Distinguished Professor, which was created by UT Dallas to attract him to join the faculty. At UT Dallas, he has been the number one contributor to the list of 45 top journals tracked by Financial Times, which ranked UT Dallas as a top 20 school in research worldwide. Overall, 41 of his articles appear on the Financial Times list. Prior to joining UT Dallas, he was an associate professor at the Ohio State University.
Marc van Essen (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an Assistant Professor at the Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina. His research interests cover comparative corporate governance, the institution-based view of business strategy, and meta-analytic research methods, with particular focus on ownership concentration and identity. His work has been published or is forthcoming in: Academy of Management Journal, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management, and Organization Science.
Marguerite Schneider (email@example.com) is Associate Professor of Management at The School of Management, New Jersey Institute of Technology. Her Ph.D. in Organization Management is from Rutgers University, with a specialization in Strategic Management. She serves as Treasurer of the International Association for Business and Society, has been a Board Member and Vice President-Local Arrangements of the Eastern Academy of Management, is a Research Fellow of the Corporate Governance Institute at San Diego State University, and is an Editorial Board Member of Group and Organization Management, Management Learning, The Leadership Quarterly, and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.
Lori Verstegen Ryan (Lori.Ryan@sdsu.edu) is Professor of Management at San Diego State University. She is the Director of SDSU’s Corporate Governance Institute and Past-President and Fellow of the International Association for Business and Society. She has served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Review and Business Ethics Quarterly and is Associate Editor for Corporate Governance of Business & Society. Her research focuses primarily on the intersection of ethics and corporate governance, with a special emphasis on the roles, characteristics, and responsibilities of institutional investors. Her work has appeared in top management journals such as Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Journal of Management, Business Ethics Quarterly, Business & Society, Educational & Psychological Measurement, and Corporate Governance: An International Review.
Alessandro Zattoni (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Professor of Management at Parthenope University of Naples and Professor of Corporate Governance at Bocconi University. He has been Director of the Strategic and Entrepreneurial Management Department and he is currently Director of the Executive Education Open Program Division of SDA Bocconi School of Management. He is co editor-in-chief of Corporate Governance: An International Review and a member of the Editorial Review Board of Journal of Management Studies and Journal of Management and Governance. His primary research interest is corporate governance, with a focus on board of directors, codes of good governance, business groups, and executive compensation. He has published several books and many articles in Italian and international journals. He is recipient of best paper awards from Corporate Governance: An International Review, Economia & Management, and SDA Bocconi School of Management.