MY BOOKS AND REPORTS
How can you run an ethical business in an increasingly complex, multiple stakeholder world? There are no easy answers, but our award-winning textbook charts a course through all the latest theory and practice.
Decent work and economic growth in the South Indian garment industry
The world loves fast and cheap fashion, but workers at the bottom of the global fashion supply chain often bear the cost. In this report, we look for a better way.
Corporate social responsibility
CSR is loved and hated in equal measure but rarely very well understood. Our popular textbook provides all the necessary readings and cases to help you become an expert.
Social partnerships and responsible business
Cross-sector partnerships are the latest frontier in the drive for more responsible business practice. This first comprehensive collection on the topic takes the pulse of the best scholarly research out there.
Oxford handbook of corporate social responsibility
Few topics excite so much interest and debate as corporate social responsibility. For more than a decade this has been the definitive guide to the rapidly emerging scholarly literature.
Corporations and citizenship
Can corporations be citizens? Or are they more like governments in the way they control society? Our groundbreaking book on the new political rols of companies dissects the different views.
RECENT ACADEMIC ARTICLES
Follow the links to the published versions or find the free preprint versions in the links at the foot of the page to University of Bath or ResearchGate
Who calls it?
Actors and accounts in the social construction of organizational moral failure
Who gets to frame an organisational practice as a moral failure and how do they tend to communicate it?
Cross-sector partnerships for systemic change: systematized literature review and agenda for further research
What do we mean by 'systemic change' when we talk about cross-sector partnerships and what do we know about it so far?
Quants and poets: advancing methods and methodologies in business and society research
What new research methods do we need to better explain how business can and should tackle big societal issues?