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Personal profile

Research interests

My research explores new ways of thinking about the social, ethical and environmental dimensions of business. I am particularly known for my work on the changing role of the corporation in the global economy, where I have been influential in developing a new view of corporate citizenship that addresses the political roles and responsibilities of business. I have also focused on how ideas of ethics, freedom, and responsibility are communicated and managed by corporations, consumers and other stakeholders. Finally, my work has also addressed specific application areas of corporate responsibility, in particulr forced labour and slavery, as well as competitive intelligence, responsible marketing, nonprofit partnerships, and responsibilities to children.

For more details, see my personal website at http://andrewcrane.org

Willing to supervise doctoral students

I have supervised doctoral students across the broad area of business and society, with a particular emphasis on qualitative research and theoretical studies.

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Research Output

Formative Perspectives on the Relation Between CSR Communication and CSR Practices: Pathways for Walking, Talking, and T(w)alking

Schoeneborn, D., Morsing, M. & Crane, A., 1 Jan 2020, In : Business and Society. 59, 1, p. 5-33 29 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
10 Citations (Scopus)
53 Downloads (Pure)

Modern Slavery in Business: The Sad and Sorry State of a Non-Field

Caruana, R., Crane, A., Gold, S. & LeBaron, G., 16 Jun 2020, In : Business & Society. 37 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
1 Downloads (Pure)

Corporate Social Responsibility and the Failure to End Labour Exploitation

LeBaron, G., Crane, A., Spence, L., Soundararajan, V. & Bloomfield, M. J., 3 Sep 2019, Delta 8.7: United Nations University Centre for Policy Research.

Research output: Contribution to specialist publicationEditorial

Open Access