- Critical business ethics
- Organisations Studies
- Ethics and HRM
- Visual and Discourse analysis
Associate Professor Michelle Greenwood describes her research area broadly as critical business ethics. In this context she has applied critical and ethical approaches to a number of distinct areas: ethics and HRM (critiquing unitarism in HRM); stakeholder theory (developing critical and relational understandings of stakeholder theory); CSR (developing political CSR approaches to employment and HRM); and corporate accountability (analysing CSR reporting and visual rhetoric in corporate reports). She has an ongoing interest in publication ethics.
Together with Ed Freeman, University of Virginia, Michelle is Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Business Ethics.
Michelle Greenwood's Articles
Episode 9: The death of corporate greed
Are making money and acting ethically mutually exclusive? Find out why business success is now so dependent on ethical behaviour, in this episode of A Different Lens.