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Associate Professor Gabriel Eweje

Associate Professor

School of Management

Gabriel is an Associate Professor in Business and Sustainability within the School of Management (Albany campus), College of Business, Massey University. He is also Director of the CSR and Sustainability Research Group– a multidisciplinary team of researchers from the College of Business. His background is mostly in teaching, research and consultancy in international business, developing economies, corporate social responsibility, business/nonprofit relationship, social enterprise and sustainability related disciplines. Previously, he worked as a Research Fellow at the United Nations University, Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU/IAS), Tokyo, Japan, and taught for several years at Royal Holloway University of London, England. His PhD from University of London focused on Corporate Social Responsibility and Activities of Multinational Oil and Mining companies in Developing Countries. He also worked as a Research Fellow with International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London on a project on how mining and minerals can contribute to sustainable development (MMSD). His research interest lies around the issues of business ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability related disciplines. He has also published his work in international academic journals and presented his research findings at international conferences. He has experience working with business and international management consulting firms on corporate social responsibility and sustainability issues.


Roles and Responsibilities

I have been actively engaged in research activities conducted both independently and working with colleagues. I have been responsible for project management and collaborative research team leadership across a range of projects

Gabriel Eweje is Associate Professor in Business and Sustainability. He is also Director of the CSR and Sustainability Research Group– a multidisciplinary team of researchers from Massey Business School. He is the Editor-in-Chief, Corporate Governance – An International Journal of Business in Society, and Associate Editor, Business Ethics: A European Review. Gabriel background is mostly in teaching, research and consultancy in Social Issues in Management. His research interest lies around the issues of business ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability related disciplines. He has also published his work in international academic journals and presented his research findings at international conferences.

 

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Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: +64 9 414 0800 ext. 43388
    Location: 17, QB2
    Campus: Albany

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy - University of London (2001)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Corporate Social Responsibility

Sustainability related topics

Business Students Ethical Perceptions/Awareness

MNEs Sustainability Practices in developing countries

Sustainability Practices/Strategies

The Development of Social Enterprises in NZ

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) and staff retention

Business and Nonprofit collaboration

Leadership & Sustainability

Business Ethics

Research Opportunities

  • Sustainability: Greenprint for Business  (01/02/2014) The project will examine how organisations can turnaround their business by using sustainability initiatives and strategies to gain competitive advantage.

Thematics

21st Century Citizenship, Resource Development and Management

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Business and Management (150300): Commerce, Management, Tourism And Services (150000): Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement (150303): International Business (150308)

Keywords

Business & Sustainability

Corporate Ethical Behaviour

MNEs in Emerging Economies

Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility

Business/nonprofit Partnership

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 0 4

Research Outputs

Journal

Meyer, F., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2017). Ergonomics as a tool to improve the sustainability of the workforce. Work. 57(3), 339-350
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R., Tappin, D.
Brunton, M., Eweje, G., & Taskin, N. (2017). Communicating Corporate Social Responsibility to Internal Stakeholders: Walking the Walk or Just Talking the Talk?. Business Strategy and the Environment. 26(1), 31-48
[Journal article]Authored by: Brunton, M., Eweje, R., Taskin, N.
Sarvaiya, H., Eweje, G., & Arrowsmith, J. (2016). The Roles of HRM in CSR: Strategic Partnership or Operational Support?. Journal of Business Ethics. , 1-13
[Journal article]Authored by: Arrowsmith, J., Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG. (2015). Emerging Trends in CSR and Sustainability. Business Strategy and the Environment. 24(7), 601-603 Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.Edited by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Sakaki, M. (2015). CSR in Japanese companies: Perspectives from managers. Business Strategy and the Environment. 24(7), 678-687
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Sajjad, A., Eweje, G., & Tappin, D. (2015). Sustainable Supply Chain Management: Motivators and Barriers. Business Strategy and the Environment. 24(7), 643-655
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R., Sajjad, A., Tappin, D.Edited by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Palakshappa, N. (2012). Stakeholder collaboration in New Zealand: Adding value and legitimacy. Journal of Corporate Citizenship. 2011(43), 79-101 Retrieved from http://www.greenleaf-publishing.com/greenleaf/journaldetail.kmod?productid=3668&keycontentid=7
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Brunton, M., & Eweje, RG. (2012). Teaching Ethics: The Role of Culture in Ethical Perceptions. Journal of Business Ethics Education. 9, 7-26
[Journal article]Authored by: Brunton, M., Eweje, R.
Eweje, G., & Wu, M. (2010). Corporate response to an ethical incident: The case of an energy company in New Zealand. Business Ethics. 19(4), 379-392
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Sajjad, A., & Eweje, RG. (2013). Sustainable supply chain management: a conceptual framework. Meiji Business Review. 60(4), 53-74
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R., Sajjad, A.
Brunton, M., & Eweje, G. (2012). Teaching ethics: The role of culture in ethical perceptions. Journal of Business Ethics Education. 9(The Post-GFC Debate: Pedagogical Implicaitons for Finance and Financial Planning Disciplines), 7-26 Retrieved from http://www.pdcnet.org/collection/show?id=jbee_2012_0009_0007_0026&file_type=pdf
[Journal article]Authored by: Brunton, M., Eweje, R.
Eweje, G., & Palakshappa, N. (2011). Stakeholder collaboration in New Zealand: Adding value and legitimacy. The Journal of Corporate Citizenship. 2011(43), 79-101 Retrieved from http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/glbj/jcc/2011/00002011/00000043
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Eweje, G. (2011). A Shift in corporate practice? Facilitating sustainability strategy in companies. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management. 18(3), 125-136
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, G. (2011). Critical research in sustainability debate. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management. 18(3), 123-124
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Brunton, M., & Eweje, G. (2010). The influence of culture on ethical perception held by business students in a New Zealand university. Business Ethics. 19(4), 349-362
[Journal article]Authored by: Brunton, M., Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Wu, M. (2010). Corporate response to an ethical incident: The case of an energy company in New Zealand. Business Ethics: A European Review. 19(4), 379-392 Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-8608.2010.01596.x/abstract
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG. (2010). Book review: Varieties of capitalism, corporate governance and employment systems in Australia, edited by Marshall, S., Mitchell, R., and Ramsay, I., 2008. Industrial Relations Journal. 41(4), 403-404 Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-2338.2010.00576_3.x/abstract
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Palakshappa, N., Bulmer, S., Eweje, G., & Kitchen, P. (2010). Integrated strategic partnerships between business and not-for-profit organisations: A case study from New Zealand. Journal of Marketing Communications. 16(4), 255-268
[Journal article]Authored by: Bulmer, S., Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Eweje, G., & Brunton, M. (2010). Ethical perceptions of business students in a New Zealand university: Do gender, age and work experience matter?. Business Ethics. 19(1), 95-111
[Journal article]Authored by: Brunton, M., Eweje, R.
Eweje, G. (2009). Labour relations and ethical dilemmas of extractive MNEs in Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia: 1950-2000. Journal of Business Ethics. 86(SUPPL.2), 207-223
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, G., & Palakshappa, N. (2009). Business partnerships with nonprofits: Working to solve mutual problems in New Zealand. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management. 16(6), 337-351
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Eweje, RG. (2007). Multinational oil companies' CSR initiatives in Nigeria: The scepticism of stakeholders in host communities. Managerial Law. 49(5/6), 218-235 Retrieved from http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1640659
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, G. (2007). Strategic partnerships between MNEs and civil society: The post-WSSD perspectives. Sustainable Development. 15(1), 15-27
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, G. (2006). Environmental costs and responsibilities resulting from oil exploitation in developing countries: The case of the Niger Delta of Nigeria. Journal of Business Ethics. 69(1), 27-56
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, G. (2006). The role of MNEs in community development initiatives in developing countries: Corporate social responsibility at work in Nigeria and South Africa. Business and Society. 45(2), 93-129
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, G. (2005). Hazardous employment and regulatory regimes in the south African mining industry: Arguments for corporate ethics at workplace. Journal of Business Ethics. 56(2), 163-183
[Journal article]Authored by: Eweje, R.

Book

Bathurst, RJ., & Eweje, G. (2017). Conclusion: Leading responsibly and sustainably. In CSR, Sustainability, and Leadership. (pp. 273 - 276).
[Chapter]Authored by: Bathurst, R., Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Bathurst, R. (Eds.) (2017). CSR, sustainability & leadership. New York: Routledge
[Edited Book]Edited by: Bathurst, R., Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Bathurst, R. (2017). Leading responsibly and sustainably. In RG. Eweje, & R. Bathurst (Eds.) CSR, Sustainability & Leadership. (pp. 237 - 276). New York: Routledge
[Chapter]Authored by: Bathurst, R., Eweje, R.Edited by: Bathurst, R., Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Bathurst, R. (2017). Leading for corporate social responsibility and sustainability. In RG. Eweje, & R. Bathurst (Eds.) CSR, Sustainability & Leadership. (pp. 3 - 10). New York: Routledge
[Chapter]Authored by: Bathurst, R., Eweje, R.Edited by: Bathurst, R., Eweje, R.
(2017). Introduction: Leading for corporate social responsibility and sustainability.
[Edited Book]Authored by: Bathurst, R.Edited by: Eweje, R.
Sarvaiya, H., & Eweje, RG. (2016). Gender equality and diversity in the workplace: A partnership between CSR and HRM. In K. Grosser, L. McCarthy, & M. Kilgour (Eds.) Gender Equality and Responsible Business Expanding CSR Horizons. (pp. 135 - 152). Sheffield, United Kingdom: Greenleaf Publishing Ltd
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R.Contributed to by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., Sajjad, A., & Sakaki, M. (2015). Corporate greening – A conceptual analysis. In K. Tanimoto (Ed.) Annual book 2015 Sustainability and Strategy. (pp. 95 - 117). Japan: Chikura Publishing , Japan
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R., Sajjad, A.
Eweje, RG., & Palakshappa, NN. (2015). Stakeholder collaboration as a catalyst for development: Company-NPO partnerships in New Zealand. In TC. Lawton, & TS. Rajwani (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to Non-Market Strategy. (pp. 315 - 331). : Routledge
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Eweje, G. (Ed.) (2014). Corporate social responsibility and sustainability: Emerging trends in developing economies. (Vol. 8) London, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
[Edited Book]Edited by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Laquimia, MB. (2014). Collaborative governance toward sustainability: A global challenge on Brazil perspective. In Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability: Emerging Trends in Developing Countries. (pp. 371 - 414). United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Sajjad, A., & Eweje, G. (2014). Corporate social responsibility in Pakistan: Current trends and future directions. (pp. 163 - 187).
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R., Sajjad, A.
Eweje, RG. (2014). Introduction: Trends in corporate social responsibility and sustainability in emerging economies. In G. Eweje (Ed.) Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability: Emerging Trends in Developing Countries. (pp. 1 - 3). London, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Palakshappa, N., & Eweje, RG. (2013). Daffooodil Day - ANZ National Bank and Cancer Society of NZ. In MG. Edwards, & A. Lee (Eds.) Marketing Strategy case book. (pp. 58 - 59). Australia: Cambridge University Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Yao, C., & Eweje, RG. (2013). The relevance of corporate social responsibility for HRM and ER. In The Big Issues in Employment: HR Management and Employment Relations in New Zealand.. (pp. 137 - 158). Auckland, New Zealand: CCH New Zealand Limited
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Palakshappa, N., & Eweje, G. (2011). Case 4: Heeting our hearts: Curtains to capture warmth. In S. Jain, G. Haley, R. Voola, & M. Wickham (Eds.) Marketing planning and strategy. (pp. 371 - 374). Australia: Cengage Learning Australia
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Eweje, RG. (2011). Managerial perceptions of sustainability. In G. Eweje, & M. Perry (Eds.) Business and sustainability: Concepts, strategies and changes. (pp. 149 - 168). United Kingdom: Emerlad Group Publishing
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, G., & Perry, M. (Eds.) (2011). Business and sustainability: Concepts, strategies and changes. (Vol. 3) United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing
[Edited Book]Edited by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG. (2009). Labour relations and ethical dilemmas of extractive MNEs in Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia. In RJ. Burke, & CL. Cooper (Eds.) Research companion to corruption in organizations. (pp. 123 - 144). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar
[Chapter]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Palakshappa, N., Eweje, G., & Bulmer, S. (2008). Riding the waves together: A successful partnership. In OC. Walker, JJ. Gountas, FT. Mavondo, & JW. Mullins (Eds.) Marketing strategy: A decision-focused approach. (pp. 391 - 395). United Kingdom: McGraw-Hill Australia
[Chapter]Authored by: Bulmer, S., Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.

Thesis

Eweje, GG. (2001). Corporate social responsibility and multinational enterprises in developing countries: Natural resource exploitation in Nigeria, South Africa, and Zambia. (Doctoral Thesis, University of London)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Eweje, R.

Report

Sandbrook, R., Danielson, L., Digby, C., Lee, B., McShane, F., Wood, E., . . . Twigge, A.(2002). Breaking new ground: Mining, minerals and sustainable development. United Kingdom and United States: Earthscan
[Technical Report]Authored by: Eweje, R.

Conference

Sajjad, A., & Eweje, .(2014, December). Motivators and barriers for sustainable supply chain management: A New Zealand perspective. . Retreived from https://www.anzam.org/2014/06/news/anzam-2014-conference-registration-now-open/
[Conference]Authored by: Eweje, R., Sajjad, A.
Eweje, RG., & Sajjad, A. (2014). Motivators and barriers to sustainable supply chain management: Empirical evidence from New Zealand. In S. Idowu, & R. Schmidpeter (Eds.): Global Corporate Governance-CSR First Annual Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Palakshappa, N. (2014). Stakeholder collaboration as a catalyst for development. In S. Idowu, & R. Schmidpeter (Eds.): Global Corporate Governance-CSR First Annual Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Sarvaiya, H., & Eweje, RG. (2014). Resolving gender equality and diversity issues: A partnership between CSR and HRM. CR3+ Conference: CSR and Expanding Horizons. : CR3+ Conference: CSR and Expanding Horizons
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Palakshappa, N., & Eweje, RG. (2014). Social alliances: Revisiting value creation. In S. Young (Ed.) CR3+ Conference: CSR and Expanding Horizons. Melbourne, Australia: Cr3+ Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Sarvaiya, H. (2014). CSR for HR: Embedding CSR in workplace practices. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the International Association for Business and Society (IABS). (pp. 347 - 347). Australia: International Association for Business and Society Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., Palakshappa, N., & Sarvaiya, H. (2014). Corporate irresponsibility: Is this still happening?. In C. Higgins, J. Hendry, & C. VanSandt (Eds.) Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the International Association for Business and Society (IABS). (pp. 348 - 348). : International Association for Business and Society Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Carr, SC.(2013). Whose pyramid is it anyway? Business solutions to poverty reduction in green grass roots. In College of Business: Kaupapa Whai Pakihi: Sustainability Conference 2013: Sustainability Rhetoric: Facts and Fiction: Program and Abstracts. Massey University, Albany Campus, Auckland, New Zealand: School of Management (Albany), College of Business, Massey University
[Conference Other]Authored by: Carr, S.Edited by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, G., & Perry, M.(2012). Introduction. In Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability
[Conference Other]Authored by: Eweje, R., Tie, W.
Eweje, RG., & Galloway, CJ.(2013, November). Confronting challenges to sustainability from reputational crises. . (pp. 36 - 36).
[Conference]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Huambachano, M.(2013, November). Corporate social responsibility and globalisation: A case study of ‘specialty’ coffee production in the Andes-Amazon region of Peru. . (pp. 31 - 31).
[Conference]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Zhao, L.(2013, November). New meanings of corporate social responsibility: Perspectives from two leading emerging economies. . (pp. 76 - 76).
[Conference]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG.(2013, November). Sustainability rhetoric: Facts or fiction. . (pp. 1 - 117).
[Conference]Edited by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Brunton, M. (2013, September). Back to Basics: Communicating CSR/Sustainability to internal stakeholders. Presented at International Joint Conference on CSR and Corporate Governance, Japan Forum of Business and Society (JFBS), Waseda University and Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany. Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG. (2013, September). CSR in Japan: An Empirical Paper. Presented at International Joint Conference on CSR and Corporate Governance,Japan Forum of Business and Society (JFBS), Waseda University and Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany. Tokyo, Japan.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Brunton, M., & Eweje, G. (2012, June). Communicating corporate social responsibility within the organisation: Perceptions of internal stakeholders. Presented at Conference on Corporate Communication 2012. New York, NY, United States.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Brunton, M., Eweje, R.
Brunton, M., & Eweje, G. (2012). Communicating corporate social responsibility within the organisation: Perceptions of internal stakeholders. In Conference on Corporate Communication 2012:(pp. 89 - 89). , Conference on Corporate Communication 2012 United States: Corporate Communication Internaitonal [CCI] at Baruch College/CUNY
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Brunton, M., Eweje, R.
Eweje, G., & Brunton, M. (2010). Communicating ethics: The role of culture in ethical perceptions. In 17th Annual International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference(pp. 32 - 32). , 17th Annual International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference: Globalisation and the Seven P's: Poverty, Pandemics, Pollution, Ponzi Schemes, Pead and Profits United States: The Institute for Business and Professional Ethics of DePaul University
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Brunton, M., Eweje, R.
Eweje, G. (2010). Corporate greening: From the perspective of business managers. In Sustainability Workshop 2010: Programme and Abstracts(pp. 21 - 21). , Sustainability Workshop 2010: The Business Case For Social and Environmental Responsibility New Zealand: Massey University
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Palakshappa, N.Stakeholder collaboration as a catalyst for development: Business partnership with non-profits in New Zealand. . Nottingham, United Kingdom
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Eweje, G. (2010). Stakeholder collaboration as a catalyst for development: Business partnership with non-profits in New Zealand. In International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility [ICCSR] 7th Annual Symposium: Corporate Social Innovationa and Sustainable Community Development: Programme and Abstracts, International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility [ICCSR] 7th Annual Symposium: Corporate Social Innovationa and Sustainable Community Development United Kingdom: International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG. (2009). A shift in corporate practice? Facilitating sustainability strategy in New Zealand companies. In Sustainability Conference 2009: Program and Abstracts(pp. 20 - 20). , Sustainability Conference 2009: The Sustainability Debate: The Way Forward New Zealand: College of Business, Massey University
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, G., & Brunton, M. (2009). Ethical perceptions of business students: Revisiting the gender debate. In G. Aras, D. Crowther, & S. Vettori (Eds.) Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility. (pp. 1 - 22). United Kingdom: 8th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brunton, M., Eweje, R.
Brunton, M., & Eweje, RG. (2009). Ethical perceptions across cultures: The cultural divide in globalized tertiary education. In G. Aras, D. Crowther, & S. Vettori (Eds.) Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility: Cape Town 2009. : 8th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Brunton, M., Eweje, R.
Palakshappa, N., Bulmer, S., & Eweje, G. (2008, April). IMC and non-profit organisations: A case study from New Zealand. Presented at 13th International Conference on Corporate and Marketing Communications: Corporate and Marketing Communications as a Strategic Resource; Response to Contemporary use, Challenges and Criticism. Ljubljana, Slovenia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Bulmer, S., Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Wu, M., & Eweje, RG. (2008). Focusing on value: A review of the competitive advantage literature. In 22nd Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management [ANZAM] Conference 2008: Managing in the Pacific Century: Progam and Abstracts(pp. 140 - 140). , 22nd Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management [ANZAM] Conference 2008: Managing in the Pacific Century New Zealand: Promaco Conventions PTY LTD
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Wu, M. (2008). Corporate response to an ethical incident: The case of an energy company in New Zealand. In 15th Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics: Back to Basics: Book of Abstracts(pp. 28 - 28). , 15th Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics: Business Ethics: Back to Basics United States: St John's University
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Palakshappa, N., Bulmer, S., & Eweje, G. (2008). IMC and non-profit organisations: A case study from New Zealand. In K. Podnar, & Z. Jancic (Eds.) Corporate and Marketing Communications as a Strategic Resource; Response to Contemporary Use, Challenges and Criticism. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Corporate and Marketing Communications (CMC 2008). (pp. 137 - 144). Slovenia: 13th International Conference on Corporate and Marketing Communications: Corporate and Marketing Communications as a Strategic Resource; Response to Contemporary use, Challenges and Criticism
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Bulmer, S., Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Eweje, G. (2007). Labour relations and ethical dilemma of extractive MNEs in Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia. In Academy of Management 2007 Annual Meeting Proceedings(pp. 34 - 34). , Academy of Management 2007 Annual Meeting: Doing Well By Doing Good United States: Academy of Management
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Palakshappa, N., & Eweje, RG. (2007). Socially responsible partnering: Perspectives on non-profit and business collaboration in New Zealand. In Proceedings of the International Colloquium on Business and Management, International Colloquium on Busines and Management Thailand: Balamand University
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Eweje, RG. (2007). Expatriate versus local employment: The ethical dilemma of extractive MNEs in Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia. Conference Proceedings 2007 British Academy of Management: Management Research, Education and Business Success: is the future as clear as the past?. (pp. 1 - 22). United Kingdom: British Academy of Management [BAM 2007] Conference: Management Research, Education and Business Success: is the future as clear as the past?
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Palakshappa, N. (2007). CSR and business partnership with non-profits: Perspectives from New Zealand. Proceedings of the Globalisation and the Good Corporation 2nd International Conference. (pp. 1 - 28). United States: ICCA's 2nd International Conference Globalisation and the Good Corporation
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Eweje, RG.Labour relations and ethical dilemma of extractive MNEs in Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia. Paper presented at the meeting of P. Philadelphia, PA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Wu, M., & Eweje, RG. (2007). Stakeholder engagement as a facilitator of competence building through organizational learning. In Academy of Management 2007 Annual Meeting Proceedings(pp. 124 - 125). , Academy of Management 2007 Annual Meeting: Doing Well By Doing Good United States: Academy of Management
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Wu, M., & Eweje, RG.Stakeholder engagement as a facilitator of competence building through organizational learning. . Philadelphia, PA, United States
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Palakshappa, N., & Eweje, RG. (2006). Partnering for 'prosperity': Examining the role of business and nonprofit collaboration. Academy of Marketing Conference: Full list of conference papers. United Kingdom: Academy of Marketing Conference 2006 [AM2006]: Marketing Excellence
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Palakshappa, N., & Eweje, RG. (2006). Partnering for 'prosperity': Examining the role of business and nonprofit collaboration. In Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Conference, Academy of Marketing Conference: Marketing Excellence United Kingdom: Middlesex University Press
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Eweje, RG.Multinational oil companies' CSR initiatives in Nigeria: The skepticism of stakeholders in the host. . Atlanta, GA, United States
[Conference Other]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., Petroff, I., & Bentley, T. (2005). CSR and staff retention in New Zealand companies: A literature review. In 19th ANZAM Conference Abstracts(pp. 2 - 2). , 19th Austrlian and New Zealand Academy of Management [ANZAM] Conference: Engaging the Multiple Contexts of Management: Convergence and divergence of management therory and practice Australia: Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Bentley, T., Eweje, R.
Eweje, DG., Petroff, I., & Bentley, T. (2005, December). CSR and staff retention in New Zealand companies: A literature review. Presented at 19th Austrlian and New Zealand Academy of Management [ANZAM] Conference: Engaging the Multiple Contexts of Management: Convergence and divergence of management therory and practice. Canberra, ACT, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Bentley, T., Eweje, R.
Eweje, G. (2005). What does corporate social responsibility means to MNEs in developing countries? A case study of oil and mining companies in Nigeria and South Africa [sic]. Proceedings of the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy (ANZIBA) Conference 2005. (pp. 1 - 25). Australia: Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy [ANZIBA] Conference 2005: The impact on multinational enterprieses on the business and social environment and Trade agreements in the Asian region
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, G. (2004). The post-WSSD developments in sustainable development governance: With particular attention to industry-society relationships. Proceedings of the 18th Annual Confernec eof the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management. (pp. 1 - 24). New Zealand: 18th Annual Confernec eof the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management [ANZAM 2004]
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Eweje, R.

Other

Eweje, GG. (2003, July). Genuine Partnerships: Development of frameworks for real-partnerships between donors and recipients, public and private concerns, so communities can recover from crisis and reduce vulnerabilities. : International Aid & Trade Africa 2003.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Palakshappa, N. (2008). Partnering for progress: Business partnerships with non-profits in New Zealand. In Department of Management and International Business Research Working Paper Series(pp. 1 - 22). In New Zealand: Department of Management and International Business,Massey University
[Working Paper]Authored by: Eweje, R., Palakshappa, N.
Wu, M., & Eweje, RG. (2008). Stakeholder engagement as a facilitator of organizational learning. In Department of Management and International Business Research Working Paper Series(pp. 1 - 25). In New Zealand: Department of Management and International Business, College of Business, Massey University
[Working Paper]Authored by: Eweje, R.
Eweje, RG., & Bentley, T. (2006). CSR and staff retention in New Zealand companies: A literature review. In Department of Management and International Business Research Working Paper Series(pp. 1 - 16). In New Zealand: Department of Management and International Business, College of Business, Massey University
[Working Paper]Authored by: Bentley, T., Eweje, R.

Consultancy and Languages

Languages

  • English
    Spoken ability: Excellent
    Written ability: Excellent

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Supervisor 3 4
CoSupervisor 2 0

Teaching

Business & Sustainability

Business & Society

Topics in International Business

Current Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • MIchelle Chen - PhD
    Achieving Holistic Sustainability in Chinese and New Zealand Business Partnerships: An Integrative Approach
  • Shobod Nath - PhD
    Embedding Sustainability into Global Supply Chains: Evidence from Bangladeshi Apparel Suppliers
  • Kazunori Kobayashi - PhD
    Corporate Approach to Human Sustainability: Workforce Wellbeing in Japanese Companies

CoSupervisor of:

  • Minh Nguyen - PhD
    Current practice of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and the relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility and human resource management
  • Andrew Kangwa Chilufya - PhD
    Optimising Community Development through Corporate Social Responsibility: An Examination of the Tourism Industry in Livingstone, Zambia

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • 2017 - Felipe Esteban Meyer Cohen - PhD
    Workforce sustainability in the Chilean logging sector: using an ergonomics approach
  • 2016 - Aymen Sajjad - PhD
    Embedding Sustainability into Supply Chain Management: A New Zealand Perspective
  • 2014 - Harshakumari Yuvrajsinh Sarvaiya - PhD
    The relationship between CSR and HRM: A study of large New Zealand organisations
  • 2010 - Minyu Wu - PhD
    The search for sustainable competative advantage: A stakeholder management perspective

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