James J. Cordeiro, PhD, is a full professor at SUNY Brockport, where he has received SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in both Teaching and Scholarship. He earned a B.Sc in Microbiology and Chemistry from the University of Bombay (St. Xavier’s College), an MBA from the University of Rochester, and a PhD in Management from University at Buffalo.
He is completing an MSt in Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford (Pembroke College) with a thesis on ectogestation and reproductive choices.
His corpus of three dozen articles and two edited books in business ethics, sustainability, and corporate governance has garnered over 3,900 citations. A recipient of ESRC (UK- Cardiff University) and Erasmus Mundus fellowships (Central European Uinversity, Lund University), he has been a visiting scholar at Aston University, Humboldt University Berlin and an invited scholar at University of Padova and Indian Institute of Technology (Bombay).
Cordeiro is interested in studying the role of various stakeholders in ethical deployment of artificial gestational technologies, procreative beneficence, corporate involvement with nascent biotechnologies, and the relationship between the ethics of rescue and corporate responsibility and sustainability efforts.
Cordeiro, J. J., & Tewari, M. (2015). Firm characteristics, industry context, and investor reactions to environmental CSR: A stakeholder theory approach. Journal of Business Ethics, 130(4), 833-849.
Sarkis, J., Cordeiro, J. J., & Brust, D. V. (Eds.). (2010). Facilitating sustainable innovation through collaboration: A multi-stakeholder perspective. Springer Science & Business Media.
Vazquez-Brust, D. A., Sarkis, J., & Cordeiro, J. J. (Eds.). (2013). Collaboration for Sustainability and Innovation: A Role For Sustainability Driven by the Global South?: A Cross-Border, Multi-Stakeholder Perspective (Vol. 3). Springer Science & Business Media.