Tara J. Radin
Teaching Assistant Professor of Strategic Management & Public Policy
- Department: Strategic Management & Public Policy
- Email: RadinT@gwu.edu
- Office: Funger Hall, 203
- PhD, Darden Graduate School Of Business Administration, 1999
- JD/MBA, University of Virginia School of Law / Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, 1993
- BA, University of Virginia, 1989
Dr. Radin’s research focus lies at the intersection of ethics and law, particularly as linked to stakeholder management. This has evolved into streams linked to the development of stakeholder thinking (i.e., development of a theory of the firm that integrates business ethics and law), stakeholders such as employees (i.e., employment-at-will, pre-employment practices and global labor practices) and stakeholder issues (i.e., technology, privacy and peace through commerce). A final stream considers ethics and stakeholder management from a global perspective, with special attention on transition economies.
Werhane, P. H., Radin, T. J., with Bowie, N. (2004). Employment and Employee Rights. Blackwell Publishers.
• Received Darden School Wachovia Book Award, 2004
Elm, D. R. & Radin, T. J. (2012). “Ethical Decision-Making: Special or No Different?” Journal of Business Ethics, 107, 3, 313-329.
Hartman, L. P., Elm, D. R., Radin, T. J. & Pope, K. R. (2009). “Translating Corporate Culture around the World: A cross-cultural analysis of whistleblowing as an example of how to say and do the right thing.” Politeia: Corporate and Stakeholder Responsibility Theory & Practice, Anno XXIV.
Radin, T. J., Calkins, M. & Predmore, C. (2007). “New Challenges to Old Problems: Building Trust in E-Marketing.” Business & Society Review 112, 1, 73-98.
Radin, T. J. (2007). “Stakeholders and Sustainability: An Argument for Responsible Corporate Decision-making, Environmental Law & Policy Review 31, 2, 363-408.
Radin, T. J. & Calkins, M. (2006). “The Struggle Against Sweatshops: Moving Toward Responsible Global Business.” Journal of Business Ethics 66, 2, 261-272.
Radin, T. J. (2003). “700 Families to Feed: The Challenge of Corporate Citizenship.” Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 619, 619-671.
Radin, T. J. & Werhane, P. H. (2003). “Employment at Will, Employee Rights and Future Directions for Employment.” Business Ethics Quarterly 13, 2, 113-130.
Radin, T. J. & Predmore, C. E. (2002). “The Myth of the Salesperson: Intended and Unintended Consequences of Product-Specific Sales Incentives.” Journal of Business Ethics 36, 1/2, 79-92.
Radin, T. J. (2001). “The Privacy Paradox: E-Commerce and Personal Information on the Internet.” Business & Professional Ethics Journal 20, 3/4, 145-170.
Radin, T. J. (2003). “Chiquita Brands International, Inc.: Value-Based Management and the Value of Corporate Responsibility in Latin America.” In (Eds), L. P. Hartman, D. J. Arnold & R. E. Wokutch. Rising above Sweatshops: Innovative Approaches to Global Labor Challenges. Praeger.
Radin, T. J. (2003). “Levi Strauss and Co.: Implementation of Global Sourcing and Operating Guidelines in Latin America.” In (Eds), L. P. Hartman, D. J. Arnold & R. E. Wokutch. Rising above Sweatshops: Innovative Approaches to Global Labor Challenges. Praeger.
Radin, T. J. (2002). “From Legal Imagination to Realization: A Legal Foundation for Stakeholder Theory.” In (Eds), M. Pava & P. Primeaux. Re-Imagining Business Ethics: Meaningful Solutions for a Global Economy. JAI Press.
Radin, T. J. & Werhane, P. H. (2013). “Employment-at-Will.” In (Ed), H. LaFollette. International Encyclopedia of Ethics. John Wiley & Sons.
- Faculty Excellence Award, GWU (2013)
- Outstanding Undergraduate Faculty Award, GWSB (2013)
- Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research Grant (2007)
- University of Pennsylvania CIBER Research Grant (2007)
- Center for Teaching & Scholarly Excellence, Hofstra University (2001-2003, 2004-2006)
- Frank G. Zarb School of Business Summer Research Grant, Hofstra University (2000-2006)
- Santa Clara University Research Travel Grant (2003, 2005)
- Darden School Wachovia Book Award (2004)
- Ethics Resource Center Research Grant (2002)
- Best Dissertation Award, Social Issues in Management, Academy of Management (2001)