Markets are not morally neutral

Blog post based on an article in the Journal of Social Policy In his book What Money Can’t Buy, Michael Sandel argues compellingly that we should be paying more attention to the moral limits of markets.…


Corporate Responsibility: All Eyes on Human Rights

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is losing steam. Many – perhaps too many? – corporations have embraced it, but too often they seem to look at it merely as a new source for growth and profits or as an act of charity, rather than as a philosophy that transforms the way they do business.…


An interview with the Editor-in-Chief of Management and Organization Review

Editor-in-Chief Arie Y. Lewin answers our questions… Question: For those who may be new to the journal, what makes it stand out in the landscape of management journals?


Are employers still failing to take allegations of workplace bullying seriously?

Based on an article in the latest issue of Journal of Management & Organization Despite global recommendations and a plethora of academic research suggesting that companies should take workplace bullying seriously, the education sector in New Zealand  are failing to take responsibility for the welfare of their employees and mentors, a new study has shown.…


Strategy implementation: What is the failure rate?

Based on an article in the latest issue of Journal of Management & Organization One of the most challenging and unresolved problems in the field of strategic management is the high rate of organisational strategies that fail, with some authors estimating a rate of failure of approximately 80 to 90%.…


Why responsible and ethical business is high on CUP’s agenda for 2015

Recent well-publicised cases of corporate wrongdoing have placed ethical business firmly on the public agenda. Not surprisingly academic scholarship in this area is growing, with business ethics and corporate social responsibility taught as core modules by thousands of business schools worldwide as well as featuring on philosophy, law and IR courses.…