Andrew Crane

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Prof Andrew Crane

York University

Canada

acrane@schulich.yorku.ca

Author's short biography:


Andrew Crane joined the Schulich School of Business in January 2007 as the George R. Gardiner Professor of Business Ethics. Prior to this, he held the Chair in Business Ethics at the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR) at Nottingham University Business School and was previously at Cardiff University where he was involved in setting up the ESRC Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability, & Society (BRASS).

Over the past decade he has been at the forefront of efforts to integrate social, ethical, and environmental issues into management research and education. He is author (with Dirk Matten) of Europe’s market leading textbook on business ethics and this will be followed by research and teaching texts on CSR in 2007. He was the founding Director of the UK’s first MBA in CSR, has taught business ethics at every level of the business school, including setting up an executive training course on CSR for the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and collaborating with the British Council India on CSR curriculum development in Indian business schools. He has published widely on business ethics and CSR in scholarly management journals, and regularly presents on the subject at conferences in Europe, North America, Asia, and Latin America.
Andrew Crane's publications

authors year title journal or book other lang type link
Davies, Crane 2003 Ethical Decision Making in Fair Trade Companies Journal of Business Ethics 45 (1/2)   English Journal Link
Crane, Matten 2007 Fair enough? Big business embraces fair trade Business ethics, 2nd edition pp. 398-401 Case 9 English Book section Link
Crane 2001 Unpacking the Ethical Product Journal of Business Ethics 30 (4)   English Journal  
Davies, Crane 2003 Ethical Decision Making inf Fair Trade Companies Journal of Business Ethics 46 pp. 79-92   English Journal Link

Expertise Keywords: strategy, marketing,

Primary Expertise - Fair Trade Research
Discipline
Management/Marketing
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Secondary Expertise - Fair Trade Consulting
Specialisations
Strategy
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