University of Melbourne
Michal Carrington is Associate Professor, Department of Management and Marketing, University of Melbourne. Michal teaches and researches in the broad areas of managerial and marketing ethics, artificial intelligence, Indigenous systems of commerce, ethical consumption and consumer culture. Her work has been published in top international management, marketing and consumer research journals, media publications and presentations, and has contributed to policy development. A major focus of Michal’s research, in collaboration with Andreas Chatzidakis and Deirdre Shaw, investigates consumer perspectives and mobilisation to address modern slavery. Michal is a section editor for Journal of Business Ethics.
Professor of Marketing and
Royal Holloway, University of London
Andreas Chatzidakis is Professor of Marketing and Consumer Culture, Royal Holloway University of London. His research focuses on broader intersection(s) of consumption with ethics and politics, including, consumer-oriented activism in Athens, role of care and relationality in everyday consumption, geographical, feminist and psychoanalytic approaches to consumption. It has been published in journals, including, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Culture, Journal of Business Ethics, Environment and Planning D, and British Journal of Management; as well books, including, Gendering Marketing, Contemporary Issues in Marketing and Consumer Behaviour and Consumer Ethics: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. He is a member of the Care Collective.
Professor of Marketing and Consumer Research,
University of Glasgow
Deirdre Shaw is Professor Marketing and Consumer Research at the University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Business School. She has researched the area of consumption ethics throughout her career, publishing on the subject in a range of international journals, contributing to books and non-academic publications and giving invited talks, supervising PhD researchers in this area and advising policy, business and third sector. She is Associate Director for the University of Glasgow Centre for Sustainable Solution and Marketing Research Cluster led. Deirdre is Consumer Ethics section co-editor for Journal of Business Ethics.
University of Birmingham
Rohit Varman is a Professor at Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham. He uses interpretive methodologies and his current inter-disciplinary research focuses on violence, exploitation, and slavery. He has published research in several outlets that include Journal of Consumer Research, Organisation Science, Journal of Retailling, Journal of Service Research, and Human Relations.