Dr Tanusree JainAssistant Professor in Ethics Business
Room 3.29 Aras an Phiarsaigh
01 896 4016
Tanusree Jain is an Assistant Professor in Ethical Business. She holds a PhD from ESADE Business School (2015) in CSR and Corporate Governance. She received her initial education in India with a Bachelors and Masters of Commerce (University Topper), an Mphil in Organization Behavior from Delhi School of Economics (First Class), and a Master of Research in Management Sciences from ESADE (Spain).
Tanusree’s research in situated at the intersection of CSR and Corporate governance. Her PhD work led to the conceptualization and measurement of corporate stakeholder orientation and its comparative assessment across emerging and western geographies.
Her current research interests include assessing antecedents of corporate stakeholder orientation, impact of CSR regulations, and various aspects of diversity such as women on boards. She is also interested in emerging country research, particularly India and the Middle East.
She is a member of the AOM, SBE, EGOS and IABS. Her PhD research received SBE Founder's Award for Emerging Scholar in Business Ethics in 2013. She is an Associate Editor of Business Ethics: A European Review (BEER) and an invited reviewer for Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Corporate Governance: An International Review, Business & Society, Management International Review, California Management Review, and British Journal of Industrial Relations. She is the co-founder of CSRintel (www.csrintel.com)- a knowledge initiative that guides corporate and public policy on CSR.
Being Authentic Matters
Public Health and Regulation concerns for the E-cigarette Industry
Cheap talk can cost when it comes to social responsibility
Does the e-cigarette industry need global regulation?
Why the e-cigarette industry needs global regulations
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Corporate Governance
- Emerging Country Contexts
1. Looking Inside the Black box: The Effect of Corporate Governance on Corporate Social Responsibility.
Jain, T., & Jamali, D. (2016). Looking Inside the Black box: The Effect of Corporate Governance on Corporate Social Responsibility. Corporate Governance: An International Review. 24(3), 253-273.
2. Managing customer-centric information: The challenges of information and communication technology (ICT) deployment in service environments
Jain, T., Aguilera, R. V., & Jamali, D. (2016). Corporate Stakeholder Orientation in an Emerging Country Context: A Longitudinal Cross Industry Analysis. Journal of Business Ethics. 1-19.
3. Decoupling Corporate Social Orientation: A Cross-National Study
Jain, T. (2015). Decoupling corporate social orientations a cross-national analysis. Business & Society. 0007650315610609.
1. Strategic Approaches to Corporate Social Responsibility: A Comparative Study of India and the Arab World.
CSR in Developing Countries: Towards a Development Oriented Approach – Volume 2. Eds: Jamali, D., Karam, C., and Blowfield, M., Greenleaf Publishing, 2015.
- BU 7586 Ethical Business
- BU 7403 Business Ethics and Society
- BU7406 Social Entrepreneurship