Bahar Ali Kazmi
20092019

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Contact Details

Email: b.kazmi@aston.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0) 121 204 5371

Research Interests

Theory and Practice of Corporate Social Responsibility, Political CSR and Human Rights, autoethnography, NGOs and CSR, Business and Peace building 

Research Projects/Collaborations

Social Responsibility Centre & Sustainability Group

Qualifications

Ph D, University of Nottingham, 2010. Subject: Business and Management: Thesis Title: Universalising Human Rights in Transnational Business Networks: A Case of the Atlanta Agreement and Its Moral Logics

Qualifications

MA, University of East Anglia, 1996. Subject: Development Studies

MA, Government College, 1990. Subject: Philosophy

Membership of Professional Bodies

Visiting Fellow, Centre for Excellence in Responsible Business: Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto, Canada

Visiting Fellow, International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility: University of Nottingham Business School.

Member, Social Issues in Management: Academy of Management.

Teaching Activity

BDM106, MSc HRMB Project

BDM131, Research Methods for Business

BDM151, MBA Project

BH1109, International Perspectives in Organisations

BHM305, Business, Ethics & Responsibility & Sustainability

BHM360, Managing Responsible Organisations

BHM375, Business, Ethics & Responsibility & Sustainability

BUP100, Undergraduate Placement Assessment

BHM372, Global Responsible Business, Ethics and Human Rights

CL4007 Participant-negotiated independent study

DRSUP, PhD Supervision

MSCPROJ, MSc Project

External positions

External Examiner: MSc International Business and MBA , Lincoln University

1 Sep 201530 Sep 2018

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