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Biography

Grant Michelson is Professor of Management in Macquarie Business School. His research interests include corporate social responsibility (CSR), organisational behaviour (especially the role of communication in organisations), and how people experience work. He has extensive senior leadership experience and strategic capability in managing people, projects and processes across different institutions and national settings including:

  • Chair/Head of the Dept of Marketing & Management (and then Dept of Management) at Macquarie University from 2016 to Sept 2019;
  • Associate Dean of Research and Higher Degrees in the Faculty of Business & Law at ECU in Perth from 2012 to 2015; and
  • Professor and Director of Research at Audencia Business School, Nantes, one of France’s leading triple accredited grandes ecoles from 2008 to 2011.
  • From 2009 until 2015 he also served on the international research advisory board of EADA Business School in Barcelona (top 30 European business school, FT rankings 2019).

Prior to moving to France he worked for 12 years in the Business School at the University of Sydney (1996 to 2007). During this time he was, inter alia, co-convenor of the Business and Professional Ethics Group (BPEG), and postgraduate coursework co-ordinator in his Department. Grant has enjoyed a range of visiting positions including to the Copenhagen Business School, Texas A&M University, Henley Business School (Malaysia), University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), and East China Normal University (ECNU). He has also taught as an adjunct lecturer in Singapore for the University of Southampton. Prior to gaining his educational qualifications from the Universities of Canterbury, Otago and Sydney, he began his career in the meat export industry in New Zealand (audit and procurement related functions) before working in local government. 

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common good Social Sciences
labor market Social Sciences
graduate Social Sciences
industrial relations Social Sciences
business school Social Sciences
gambling Social Sciences
organizational culture Social Sciences
gift Social Sciences

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Research Outputs 1997 2019

Taboos, morality and marketing: towards a conceptual model and illustration

Michelson, G. & Miller, R., 13 May 2019, In : Journal of Consumer Marketing. 36, 3, p. 393-400 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Marketing
Taboo
Morality
Conceptual model
Design methodology

Beyond accountants as technocrats: A common good perspective

Frémeaux, S., Puyou, F. R. & Michelson, G., 29 Jul 2018, In : Critical Perspectives on Accounting. 102054.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

common good
public interest
rationality
scientification
homo economicus

Learning from Greek philosophers: the foundations and structural conditions of ethical training in business schools

Fremeaux, S., Michelson, G. & Noël-Lemaitre, C., 12 Nov 2018, In : Journal of Business Ethics. 153, 1, p. 231-243 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

business school
moral philosophy
learning
business ethics
historical analysis

Human resource management, theology and meaningful work

Fremeaux, S. & Michelson, G., 30 Apr 2017, In : International journal of employment studies. 25, 1, p. 27-43 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Theology
Human resource management
Meaningful work
Management theory
Workforce

The Common good of the firm and humanistic management: conscious capitalism and economy of communion

Frémeaux, S. & Michelson, G., 1 Nov 2017, In : Journal of Business Ethics. 145, 4, p. 701-709 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

common good
capitalist society
firm
economy
management