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Dr. Elaine Sternberg

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The Social Trends Institute
120 East 61St Street
New York , New York 10065
United States

Company Description: The Social Trends Institute is an international research center dedicated to the analysis of social trends of global significance. It brings the thinking of the...   more
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  • Ph.D. , philosophy
    London School of Economics
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Corporate Governance | Social Trends Institute
www.socialtrendsinstitute.org, 5 June 2015 [cached]
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Elaine Sternberg is a Visiting Research Fellow of the University of Leeds' School of Philosophy, and an Honorary Fellow of its Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. She is also a Senior Visiting Fellow at the University of Buckingham's Beloff Centre for the Study of Liberty, a Visiting Scholar in Philosophy at the University of Miami, and a Senior Fellow of the (US) National Center for Business Ethics.
Formerly an investment banker in New York, London and Paris, she is Principal of Analytical Solutions, a consultancy firm specializing in business ethics and corporate governance, and is on the academic advisory councils of the Institute of Economic Affairs and of Public Concern at Work (the UK "whistleblowers' charity"). She has been a Visiting Scholar at the Social Philosophy and Policy Center of Bowling Green University, a Faculty Fellow at the Center for Ethics and Public Affairs of Tulane University's Murphy Institute, and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Florida.
She earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the London School of Economics, where she was a Fulbright Fellow and a Lecturer.
Kruse Kronicle: Economics
krusekronicle.typepad.com, 15 Dec 2005 [cached]
Professor Elaine Sternberg of Tulane University made a solid case against CSR.She argued that, by giving a hazily defined class of "stakeholders" a say over corporate decisions, "CSR would deprive owners of their property rights."She noted that, "Business ethics is about conducting business ethically," [emphasis added] not about pursuing goals extraneous to the company's mission.
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Elaine Sternberg offered a good starting point.Some subsequent panelists who agreed with her put forth views consistent with hers.
Rockbridge Weekly's Newsline
rockbridgeweekly.com, 4 Nov 2005 [cached]
Dr. Elaine Sternberg
Business Ethics: Sternberg To Speak At W&LMurphy Institute Fellow will speak on Realistic Business Ethics
Elaine Sternberg, a Fellow of the Murphy Institute of Tulane University currently at Washington and Lee University, will be the kickoff speaker for the Business Ethics Institute at W&L on Friday, Nov. 11, at 4:30 p.m. in Huntley Hall, room 221.
Sternberg's talk, entitled "Realist Business Ethics: An Introduction," is free and open to the public.
The Center for Ethics and Public Affairs within the Murphy Institute, of which Sternberg is a Fellow, provides help in the teaching and discussion of ethics, moral and political philosophy, and the ethical areas of both public and professional life across many academic disciplines and professional schools.
Because of Hurricane Katrina, the Murphy Institute has moved to Washington and Lee for the current academic year.
Sternberg is the principal consultant of Analytical Solutions, a consultancy firm specializing in business ethics and corporate governance, and is on the academic advisory councils of the Institute of Economic Affairs, the Globalization Institute, and Public Concern at Work.She is a Research Fellow in Philosophy at the University of Leeds.
Her publications include "Corporate Governance: Accountability in the Marketplace" (second edition, Institute of Economic Affairs, 2004); "Just Business: Business Ethics in Action" (second edition: Oxford University Press, 2000) and "The Stakeholder Concept: A Mistaken Doctrine" (Foundation for Business Responsibilities, 1999).
Formerly an investment banker in New York, London and Paris, Sternberg was a Bradley Fellow and Visiting Scholar at the Social Philosophy and Policy Center of Bowling Green University.Sternberg earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the London School of Economics where she was also a Fulbright Fellow and a Lecturer.
iea ::: institute of economic affairs
www.iea.org.uk, 12 Jan 2004 [cached]
Elaine Sternberg
Dr Elaine Sternberg lucidly defines the purposes of corporate governance and analyses different models of corporate regulation.
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Dr Elaine Sternberg brings some sobriety and clear thinking to the debate in this new and fully revised edition of Corporate Governance: Accountability in the Marketplace, lucidly defining the purposes of corporate governance and analysing different models of corporate regulation.
The Anglo-American model allows corporations to fulfil their corporate purposes more effectively than the stakeholder or the German/Japanese models. Given that problems of executive pay, accounting scandals and so on result in corporations not achieving their proper purposes, Sternberg finds that achange in the regulatory model cannot be the answer. Instead, she proposes that we should look at the ways in which regulation prevents the Anglo-American model from working in practice as effectively as it should in theory. Sternberg shows how a genuine market in corporate governance could be created so that firms had to compete for funds, with their mode of governance being one of the attractions to potential shareholders.
A rigorous philosophical argument that should be read by all interested in corporate governance. Corporate Governance: An International Review
See Also: Just Business by Elaine Sternberg
Institute of Economic Affairs, 2 Lord North Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3LB | tel: 020 7799 8900 | fax: 020 7799 2137 | email: iea@iea.org.uk
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