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Dr Sareh Pouryousefi

BA (Simon Fraser University), MA (University of Toronto), PhD (University of Toronto)
Assistant Professor in Human Resource Management/Organisational Behaviour

Division: Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management
Centre/Institute: International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility
E-mail: Sareh.Pouryousefi@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 8467405
Location: C77 (North Building, Jubilee Campus)

I am an Assistant Professor in the Human Resource Management/Organisational Behaviour Group at Nottingham University Business School. My areas of research interest are business ethics, professional ethics, and political philosophy, with a particular focus on normative issues.

My published work appears in Business Ethics Quarterly and the Journal of Business Ethics. I am currently working on two projects on professionalism and trust, and on pragmatism. In addition to my theoretical work, I have ongoing empirical projects on responsible management education and on the governance and accountability of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

My teaching activities at Nottingham University Business School involve Undergraduate and Executive Education modules in organisational behaviour, business ethics, sustainability, and healthcare ethics. I co-convene the Philosophy & Research Design PhD module and have experience supervising PhD, MSc, and MBA theses.

At the University of Nottingham, I take an active research role in the Human Resource Management/Organisational Behaviour Group and the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, both at the Business School. I am also a member of the Centre for Normative Political Theory at the School of Politics and International Relations.

Internationally, I am a member of the Society for Business Ethics and the Academy of Management. I am a reviewer for academic journals in my field and was recognised for my contribution as a top 5 reviewer at The Journal of Business Ethics in 2017.

Since 2016, I have been a Visiting Research Fellow at the Olsson Center for Applied Ethics at the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia.


Research Interests
Area of specialization: Business ethics, political philosophy; Area of competence: organisational behaviour, healthcare ethics, philosophy of economics, banking ethics, public administration ethics.

Administrative Roles
Academic Staff Development Coordinator
My teaching activities at Nottingham University Business School involve Undergraduate and Executive Education modules in organizational behavior, business ethics, sustainability, and healthcare ethics.

My MBA teaching was recognized when I was awarded 1st place at the 2015/2016 Teaching Awards at my school. I co-convene the Philosophy & Research Design PhD module and have experience supervising PhD, MSc, and MBA theses. In addition to my research and teaching, I take pride in building collaborative local and international networks through my professional service activitie.


Undergraduate

Organisational Behaviour (N11613)


Details of all modules can be found on MyNottingham

Current Research Activities
My areas of research interest are business ethics, professional ethics, and political philosophy, with a particular focus on normative issues. My published work focuses on the normative foundations of economic theory and I'm currently working on two theoretical projects on professionalism and trust, and on pragmatism. In addition to my theoretical work, I have ongoing empirical projects on responsible management education and on the governance and accountability of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

At the University of Nottingham, I take an active research role in the Human Resource Management/Organisational Behaviour Group and The International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, both at the Business School. I am also a member of The Centre for Normative Political Theory at the School of Politics and International Relations.

Internationally, I am a member of the Society for Business Ethics and the Academy of Management and I am a reviewer for academic journals in my field.

Since 2016, I have been a Visiting Research Fellow at the Olsson Center for Applied Ethics at the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia.

For more information, please see my academia.edu website:
https://nottingham.academia.edu/SarehPouryousefi

International Collaborations, Organisation & Contributions
2017 - 2018    My article "The Problem of Unilateralism in Agency Theory: Towards a Bilateral Formulation" (co-authored with Jeff Frooman) was chosen by a committee of Business Ethics Quarterly (ABS4) associate editors as one of the top three articles the journal published in 2017. This Award will be publicly recognized at the 2018 Society for Business Ethics (SBE) annual meeting in Chicago in August 2018.
2016 - 2017    As one of the top five reviewers at Journal of Business Ethics (ABS 3), I have been awarded a Certificate of Peer Review Recognition by the Journal's editorial team
I am currently supervising the following Research Students:

Hannelore Van den Abeele
Isla Farley
 

Publications from 2005 to the present day

Journal Articles

Painter-Morland, M.; Pouryousefi, S., Hibbert, S., Russon, J. (2018), "Sharing Vocabularies: Towards Horizontal Alignment of Values-Driven Business Functions", Journal of Business Ethics, pp. 1-15.

Slager, R.; Pouryousefi, S.; Moon, J.; Schoolman, E. (2018), "Sustainability Centres and Fit: How Centres Work to Integrate Sustainability within Business Schools", Journal of Business Ethics, forthcoming 2018.

Pouryousefi, S.; Frooman, J. (2017), "The Consumer Scam: An Agency Theoretic Approach", Journal of Business Ethics, forthcoming 2017.

Pouryousefi, S.; Frooman, J. (2017), "The Problem of Unilateralism in Agency Theory: Towards a Bilateral Formulation", Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol.27/2, 163-182.



Conferences

Pouryousefi, S; Devlin, J. 2018, "Professionalism and Warranted Trust in Financial Services: Towards a Causal Theoretical Model,", in Society for Business Ethics Conference, August 2018, Chicago, IL.

Devlin, J; Pouryousefi, S, 2016, "Trust and Perceived Professionalism in Financial Services", in Academy of Marketing 2016 Conference Proceedings, July 4-6 Newcastle, UK.

Pouryousefi, S. 2016, "Justification and Application: Bridging the Gap in Business Ethics", at TransAtlantic Business Ethics Conference (TABEC), University of St. Gallen.

Pouryousefi, S.; Frooman, J. 2016, "The Consumer Scam as a Confidence Game", at Academy of Management Conference Proceedings, August 5-9 Anaheim, CA.

Frooman, J.; Pouryousefi, S. 2015, "Assurance Mechanisms and the 2007 Mortgage Meltdown", in Society for Business Ethics 36th Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Vancouver, BC.

Pouryousefi, S. 2015, "Critical Agency Theory and Double-Sided Agency Problems", at Business Ethics and Political Philosophy Workshop, University of St. Gallen.

Chapple, W.; Martinuzzi, A.; Pouryousefi, S. 2014, "Corporate Impact Assessment and Management", at Society for Business Ethics 35th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Pouryousefi, S. 2014, "Reconsidering the Market Failures Approach to Business Ethics", at Society for Business Ethics 35th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Pouryousefi, S. 2014, "Towards an Intra-firm Theory of Management Professionalism", in Zicklin Center for Normative Business Ethics Works-in-Progress Series, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, PA.

Pouryousefi, S.; Frooman, J. 2014, "The Principal's Problem in Agency Theory", at European Group for Organization Studies, Rotterdam.



Book Reviews

Pouryousefi, S. 2014, "Review of The Economist's Oath: on the Need for and Content of Professional Economics Ethics.", in Business Ethics Quarterly, pp. 283-287.

 

 

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