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Heidi REED

Assistant Professor

  • Management Department

Teaching Domains

Corporate Social Responsibility
Management

Research Domains

Law and Economics
Organization Studies

Curriculum vitae

Doctorate, Social and Human Sciences
Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPU), China (PRC) (2014)

Thesis: Small Town Multinational: The institutionalization of diversity as an organizational value at Cummins Inc

Master of Business Administration, Business administration, Management
Audencia Business School, France (2013)

Juris Doctor, Law
Indiana University, United States of America (2009)

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology & Anthropology
Indiana University, United States of America (2005)

Publications

2019

FORGANNI, A., REED, H. (2019) . Circumvention of Trade Defence Measures and Business Ethics, Journal of Business Ethics, 155 (1), 29-40

2017

REED, H. (2017) . Corporations as Agents of Social Change: A case study of Cummins, Business History, 59 (6), 821-843

REED, H. Chinese on the Job for Lawyers. Hong Kong: Mandarin Strokes.

REED, H. (2013). Maintaining Power or Maintaining the Law: How CSR with Chinese characteristics challenges traditional western models. In Midgley, J. & Zhu, Y. (Eds.), Social Policy & Social Change in East Asia (pp. 141-160). New York: Lexington Books.

REED, H. (2019). Trouble at FOXCONN: balancing profitability, stakeholder relations & values., 14th RIODD: Le Réseau International de recherche sur les Organisations et le Développement Durable.

REED, H. (2013). Maintaining Power or Maintaining the Law: How CSR with Chinese characteristics challenges traditional western models., Sun Yat-Sen University & the University of California at Berkeley Symposium on Social Policy in Conditions of Turbulent Economic Change.

REED, H. (2011). Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Media Coverage of CSR in China-An Analysis of the Foxconn Defamation Suit. Lingnan University Conference on Media, Politics, Society, Culture, Business.

REED, H. (2008). Health Rights Advocacy on the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Indiana University Mobilizing and Engaging Communities for Global Health Conference.

REED, H., GALLARD, S. (2020). ECODIS: when Marketing Strategy meets Sustainability. CCMP, M2086(GB).

REED, H., VACHERET, E. (2019). Trouble at FOXCONN: balancing profitability, stakeholder relations & values - Digital case. CCMP, R0004.

CAPARAS, P., FLORA, J., MAGNUSSON, M., NIBER, A., OBANDO, T., REED, H., ... TAYLOR, E. (2007). Chile’s Breach of its Obligations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) to Protect the Rights of Sexual Minorities, Including Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People. Retrieved from https://tbinternet.ohchr.org/Treaties/CCPR/Shared%20Documents/CHL/INT_CCPR_NGO_CHL_89_8346_E.pdf

EDWARDS, G., REED, H., SANCHEZ, J., ROTHENBERG, D., MAGNUSSON, M., CAPARAS, P., ... TAYLOR, E. (2006). Chile’s Breach of its Obligations Under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) to Protect the Rights of Sexual Minorities Including LGBT People. Retrieved from http://tbinternet.ohchr.org/Treaties/CCPR/Shared%20Documents/CHL/INT_CCPR_NGO_CHL_89_8346_E.pdf

Professional Conferences

REED, H. (2007). HIV/AIDS and Thai Law: Teaching Manual for Social Justice.

Scientific activities

Editor :

  • Indiana Health Law Review (2008-2009)

Reviewer for an academic journal :

  • Journal of Business Ethics (Since 2014)
  • International Association for Chinese Managemnt Research
  • Journal of Management Education

Reviewer for a scientific conference :

  • The Eighth International Conference on Strategic Management in Latin America - Journal of Business Research (2018)

Awards and Honors

  • Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme , 2010-2014
  • Lefstein Award of Excellence for Pro Bono Hours , 2009