Andrew Crane

  • Biography

    Professor of Policy/Strategy • George R. Gardiner Professor of Business Ethics • Director, Centre of Excellence in Responsible Business
    BSc (Warwick), PhD (Nottingham)
    Andrew Crane’s research and teaching explore new ways of thinking about the social, ethical and environmental dimensions of business. He is particularly known for his work on the changing role of the corporation in the global economy, where he has been influential in developing a new view of corporate citizenship that addresses the political roles and responsibilities of business. He has also focused on how ideas of ethics, freedom, and responsibility are communicated and made meaningful by corporations, consumers and other stakeholders through talk and text. Finally, his work has also addressed specific application areas of corporate responsibility, such as forced labour and slavery, competitive intelligence, responsible marketing, nonprofit partnerships, and responsibilities to children.

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