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Juliane Reinecke

Professor Juliane Reinecke

Professor of International Management & Sustainability

Research interests

Strategy, International Management & Entrepreneurship

Contact Details

Juliane Reinecke joined King’s Business School in 2017 as Professor of International Management & Sustainability and Associate Dean (Impact & Innovation). Previously, she was Professor at Warwick Business School.  Juliane also holds a Visiting Professorship in Sustainability at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. She is a Research Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, from where she earned her MPhil and PhD, and Fellow at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, both University of Cambridge. Juliane has studied Philosophy & Economics in Germany, USA and France and worked in strategy consulting.

Juliane’s research draws on insights from organization theory, political philosophy and process studies to explore, broadly speaking, how transnational governance institutions emerge and evolve as a result of the interactions of multiple stakeholders to promote more just and sustainable forms of globalization in global supply chains, but also organizations in general. Her work has won a number of awards, including the Journal of Management Studies (JMS) Best Paper Award, the Best International paper award & Best Environmental and Social Practices paper award, Academy of Management (OMT Division).

Research Interests:

Sustainability, global governance, global supply chains, business and human rights, social movements, political corporate social responsibility, values and valuation, institutional theory, time & temporality, sensemaking, pragmatist sociology, economic sociology.

Associate Editor, Business Ethics Quarterly; Guest Editor and Editorial Board member, Organization Studies; Guest Editor, Human Relations; Co-convenor EGOS 2018 sub-theme “Events, agency of time and surprises in organizing”, Tallinn, Estonia, July 2018; Co-convenor 10th International Process Symposium “About Time: Temporality and History in Organization Studies,” Halkidiki, Greece, June 2018