I'm a professor of management and Associate Dean of Research & Enterprise at The Business School, City, University of London. My primary research interests are in the areas of sustainability, climate change and corporate social irresponsibility. Other research interests include critical management studies, Indigenous ecology, resistance movements and postcolonial studies. I've published extensively in leading scholarly journals and am the author of two books: Corporate Social Responsibility: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and the co-edited volume Organizations, Markets and Imperial Formations: Towards an Anthropology of Globalization. I serve on the editorial board of seven international journals and was a Senior Editor at Organization Studies from 2007 to 2019. I'm also a cofounder of ETHOS: The Centre for Responsible Enterprise at Cass Business School.
I teach an undergraduate module on Climate Change and the World Economy, which offers critical and multidisciplinary perspectives on climate change focusing on issues like climate justice, policy and climate activism. I also lead an MBA international study tour of Cuba where we meet business leaders, government officials, students and academics to understand the challenges of an economy in transition, with particular references to environmental and social sustainability. I also conduct various seminars for PhD candidates.