Our group conducts research at the interface between business and society. We explore responsible approaches to management in a variety of contexts, including the private, public, and social sectors. We explore dynamic and innovative business and societal solutions to complex problems. Our research and takes into consideration the natural, social, and cultural forces that shape societies and the constraints they place on growth and seeks to support responsible decision-making that acknowledges the impact of historical inequalities and the rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Faculty Members' Latest Publications
Michaely, R., Rubin, A., Segal, D., & Vedrashko, A. (2023). Do Differences in Analyst Quality Matter for Investors Relying on Consensus Information? Management Science. http://doi.org/10.1287/mnsc.2023.4699
Burke, K. M., & Bhalloo, S. (2023). Of COVID-19 and chickens: The ethics of one workplace safety policy early in the pandemic. Journal of Business Ethics Education, 19, 247-252.