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Prof. Jane Collier

Topic : Corporate Social Responsibility

Jane Collier (BSc. Eco., M.A. (Cantab), Ph.D) is a Senior Research Associate at the Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge as well as a Fellow and the Director of Studies (Economics and Management Studies) at Lucy Cavendish College. She is also a senior fellow at the Olsson Center for Applied Ethics at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia.

Dr. Collier’s research interests are in the fields of corporate social responsibility, investor engagement, global governance, partnerships and interdisciplinary approaches to corporate, public and professional ethics.

She has been the editor of “Business Ethics: a European Review” and is currently the ‘Book Review Editor’ for the Business Ethics Quarterly.

She is a member of the International Association of Business and Society, the European Business Ethics Network, the International Society of Business, Ethics and Economics.

She is a member of the Advisory Board of the ‘Responsible Shareholding Unit of CIS’ and has been entrusted with the responsibility of a trustee at the Institute of Business Ethics. Her corporate clients include Volkswagen and KPMG, and she is also a member of BT’s Corporate Responsibility Network.

Her recent publications include, ‘Responsible shareholding and stakeholder engagement in the UK’; ‘Thinking for the future: global corporate responsibility’; ‘Business ethics in China: a systemic perspective’; ‘Moral imagination and the practice of architecture’ and ‘Building moral competence in organizations’, to name a few.


Session Plans:

 SESSION 1: Corporate Social Responsibility:

  • Global challenges demand local responses.


SESSION 2: Corporate Citizenship:

  • What does it mean in the Indian context?


SESSION 3: From dialogue to partnership:

  • How stakeholders can enhance Indian business performance?












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