SEBA’s Grant Rozeboom Featured In Oxford Centre for Corporate Reputation Article

How do morality and human rights play a role in a company’s reputation? That was a question posed at this year’s Reputation Symposium hosted by the Oxford Centre for Corporate Reputation, a three-day online event attended by business leaders and scholars from around the world.

Grant Rozeboom, Assistant Professor of Business Ethics & Social Responsibility in the School of Economics & Business Administration (SEBA) at Saint Mary’s, joined the discussion and is one of the scholars featured in the latest issue of Reputation Magazine published by the Oxford Centre. Rozeboom shared his thoughts on bluewashing, which occurs when a company does something to express concern about human rights while masking a broader sense of corporate apathy toward human rights.

To read Rozeboom’s comments as excerpted by Reputation Magazine, click here.

Date of Mention: 
Monday, December 13, 2021