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Rany Ibrahim
Faculty/Governor
Faculty of Management/Board of Governors
Dalhousie University

Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada

rany.ibrahim@dal.ca

My Interest in Business Ethics

Region

Atlantic

Sector
Academic - Faculty/Staff ; Academic - PhD Student ; Media ; Private Sector - Consultant ; Private Sector - Corporation ; Public Sector - Crown Corporation ; Public Sector - Federal Government ; Public Sector - Local Government ; Public Sector - Provincial / Territorial Government ; Public Sector - Public Corporation ; Research Centres & Teams ; Voluntary Sector / NGO

Areas of Interest
Accountability ; Codes of Conduct ; Consumer Issues - Consumer Rights ; Corporate Citizenship ; Corporate Governance ; Corporate Governance - Self-Regulation ; Corporate Governance - Transparency ; Corporate Social Responsibility ; Corruption ; Development ; Economic ; Economic - Environmental ; Economic - Social ; Environment & Business ; Globalization ; Leadership ; Poverty ; Public Policy ; Public Policy - Lobbying ; Public Policy - Privatization ; Public Policy - Regulation ; SRI/Responsible Investment ; Sustainability ; Theory


Me in Brief

As an academic, my teaching dossier includes teaching courses in International Business Strategy, Strategy Formulation, Strategy Implementation, and Managing People at Dalhousie University to BCOM, BMGMT, MBA, MPA, and MEC for both Dalhousie and St. Mary's University students. My courses and research activities includes a strong business ethics component in my program delivery. I presented a wide range of academic papers at international conferences and served as a guest speaker and panelist on Economic Development, Politics, Public Policy, and Immigration topics.


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