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Anderson Schools Faculty Member Named Editor of Prestigious Journal

August 20, 2001

ALBUQUERQUE – Jeanne Logsdon, a Professor in the Department of Organizational Studies at The Anderson Schools of Management at The University of New Mexico, was recently named editor of Business and Society.

Logsdon served as associate editor from 1997-2000 and was selected as editor for 2001-2004. The journal is sponsored by the International Association for Business and Society, a professional scholarly organization, and publishes original research related to business ethics, business-government relations, corporate governance, corporate social performance, and environmental-management issues.

Says Logsdon of her new responsibility, “Our collective future depends on corporate social responsibility and ethical decision-making. My hope is that the high-quality research published by this journal will benefit companies and their managers, employees, neighbors, communities and everyone affected by company actions.”

Logsdon, a University of California-Berkeley Ph.D., has been at UNM since 1989; she was named a full professor in 1998. Her areas of research and teaching interest include corporate social performance: stakeholder theory, business citizenship, corporate reputation, business ethics, environmental problems and remedies, collaboration between the private and public sectors, and corporate responses to regulation. Professor Logsdon also serves on the Environmental Management Advisory Committee of the U.S. Department of Energy.

Jeanne Logsdon


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