Editors

Andreas Rasche

Andreas is editor-in-chief for the autumn/winter 2017/18 semester.

Andreas Rasche is Professor of Business in Society at the Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Copenhagen Business School (CBS) and Research Director of the CBS World-Class Research Environment on “Governing Responsible Business.” He holds a PhD (Dr. rer. pol.) from European Business School, Germany and a Habilitation (Dr. habil.) from Helmut-Schmidt-University, Hamburg.

His research focuses on corporate responsibility standards (particularly the UN Global Compact), the political role of corporations in transnational governance, and the governance of global supply networks. He regularly contributes to international journals in his field of study and has lectured on corporate social and environmental responsibility at different institutions. He co-edited The United Nations Global Compact: Achievements, Trends and Challenges (Cambridge University Press) and published Building the Responsible Enterprise(Stanford University Press). Andreas collaborated with the UN Global Compact in the context of different projects and currently serves on the Global Compact LEAD Steering Committee. He is Associate Editor of Business Ethics Quarterly. He joined Copenhagen Business School from Warwick Business School in August 2012. More information is available at: http://www.arasche.com.

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Jeremy Moon

Jeremy Moon is Velux Professor of Corporate Sustainability at the Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, CBS.  He was previously founding Director of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, University of Nottingham.  His most recent visiting position was Gourlay Professor of Ethics in Business, Trinity College, University of Melbourne.

Jeremy has written widely about the rise, context, dynamics and impact of CSR.  He is particularly interested in corporations’ political roles and in the regulation of CSR and corporate sustainability.  He has published in many leading management, business and society, and business ethics journals. He is co-author of Corporations and Citizenship (Cambridge University Press, 2008) and author of the Very Short Introduction to Corporate Social Responsibility (Oxford University Press, 2014).  He is co-editor of the Oxford Handbook ofCorporate Social Responsibility (Oxford University Press, 2008) and of the Business, Value Creation and Societyseries (Cambridge University Press).

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Anne Vestergaard

Anne Vestergaard is Associate Professor at the Center for Corporate Social Responsibility, CBS. Her research revolves around mainstream discourses of morality with a particular interest in how processes of institutional, technological and semiotic mediation contribute to them. This interest is currently pursued in two strands of research, one concerning humanitarian communication, the other concerning CSR communication.

The research investigates tensions brought about by the fading division of labor between commercial and non-commercial organizations and examines  how marketized practices are impacting on the identity, image and reputation of NGOs as well as how a moral economy is transforming discourses in and around corporations.

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