My Interest in Business Ethics
Academic - Faculty/Staff ; Research Centres & Teams
Areas of Interest
Corporate Social Responsibility ; Corruption ; Development ; Economic - Social ; Globalization ; Human Rights ; Poverty ; Public Policy
Me in Brief
Howard Adelman is currently at Griffith University in Brisbane and was previously, a Visiting Professor at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, a Professor of Philosophy at York University in Toronto from 1966-2003. At York he was the founding Director of the Centre for Refugee Studies and Editor of Refuge until the end of 1993. He has written well over one hundred academic articles and chapters in books as well as authored or co-edited 21 books, and most recently served as an Associate Editor of the Macmillan 3 volume Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity. In addition to his numerous writings on refugees, he has written, articles, chapters and books on the Middle East, multiculturalism, humanitarian intervention, membership rights, ethics, early warning and conflict management. In 1999, he and Astri Suhrke co-edited The Path of a Genocide: the Rwanda Crisis from Uganda to Zaire, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Press. His latest volume on Humanitarian Intervention in Zaire was published by Red Sea Press and appeared in January of 2004. Currently, he is co-authoring a book on The Rites of Return as well as his own monograph on The Ethics of Intervention. In addition, this past year, he has advised the African Union, IGAD in the Horn of Africa and USAID/WANEP in West Africa on the development of their early warning and conflict management systems.