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Warwick Business School

Paul Marginson

  • Director of IRRU - Professor of Industrial Relations, Warwick Business School (WBS), University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • Transnational social dialogue;
  • International framework agreements;
  • EU-level employment relations

Indicative publications

  • Glassner V., Keune M. and Marginson P. Collective bargaining in a time of crisis. Transfer 17 (2011): 303-321.
  • Marginson, P., Hall, M.J, Hoffmann, A. & Muller, T. «The impact of European Works Councils on management decision-making in UK- and US-based multinationals: a case study comparison.» British Journal Of Industrial Relations 42 (2004): 209-233.
  • Marginson, P. The transnational dimension to collective bargaining in a European context. 1 (2009): 61-74.
  • Arrowsmith, J. & Marginson, P. «The European cross-border dimension to collective bargaining in multi-national companies.» European Journal of Industrial Relations 12 (2006): 245-266.
  • Edwards, P.K., Armstrong, P., Marginson, P. & Purcell, J. Extending Beyond Borders: Multinational Companies and the International Management of Labour. International Journal Of Human Resource Management 6 (1995): 702-719.

Policy engagement

  • Commonwealth, Council of Europe, EU, ICANN, IMF, UN, UNESCO, World Bank, WTO; governments of Canada, France, Germany, Netherlands, TUC

Other professional activities

  • Current links with European Commission, European Foundation for Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Acas, BERR, CBI, Engineering Employers Federation and TUC.

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Guglielmo Meardi

  • Professor of Industrial Relations, Warwick Business School (WBS), University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • European integration and (transnational) industrial relations

Indicative publications

Projects and grants

  • Currently comparing industrial relations and internationalisation in the six largest EU countries.
  • Other professional activities
  • Co-editor of "Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology",
  • Member of the editorial boards of "European Journal of Industrial Relations", "Emecon", "Industrielle Beziehungen" and (until 2010) "Work, Employment and Society"

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Andreas Rasche

  • Associate Professor of Business in Society, Warwick Business School (WBS), University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • United Nations relations with global business;
  • Regulation of global supply chains

Indicative publications

  • Rasche, A. A necessary supplement: what the United Nations Global Compact is and is not. Business and Society 48 (2009) (Published): 511-537.
  • Rasche, A. and Behnam, M. As if it were relevant: a systems theoretical perspective on the relation between science and practice. Journal of Management Inquiry 18 (2009) (Published): 243-255.
  • Rasche, A. Toward a model to compare and analyze accountability standards - the case of the UN Global Compact. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 16 (2009) (Published): 192-205.
  • Behnam, M. and Rasche, A. Are strategists from Mars and ethicists from Venus? strategizing as ethical reflection. Journal Of Business Ethics 84 (2009) (Published): 79-88.
  • Gilbert, D. U. G. and Rasche, A. Opportunities and problems of standardized ethics initiatives - a stakeholder theory perspective. Journal Of Business Ethics 82 (2008) (Published): 755-773.
  • Rasche, A., Baur, D., Van Huijstee, M., Ladek, S., Naidu, J., Perla, C., Schouten, E., Valente, M. and Zhang, M. Corporations as political actors a report on the first Swiss master class in corporate social responsibility. Journal Of Business Ethics 80 (2008) (Published): 151-173.
  • Gilbert, D and Rasche, A. Discourse Ethics and Social Accountability The Ethics of SA 8000. Business Ethics Quarterly 17 (2007) (Published): 187-216.
  • Rasche, A and Esser, D. From Stakeholder Management to Stakeholder Accountability Applying Habermasian Discourse Ethics to Accountability Research. Journal Of Business Ethics 65 (2006) (Published).
  • Rasche, A. The Paradoxical Foundation of Strategic Management. Heidelberg/New York: Physica + Springer, 2007.

Other professional activities

  • Member of Academy of Management (AOM),
  • Member of European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS),
  • Member of Academy of International Business (AIB).

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Juliane Reinecke

  • Assistant Professor in Organizational Behaviour, Warwick Business School (WBS), University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • Fair trade,
  • Sustainability standards,
  • Conflict minerals

Indicative publications

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