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Harry Van Buren III

Koch Chair, Ethics and Business Law

  • Education
  • B.S., Managerial Law and Public Policy, Syracuse University

    M.S., Banking, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    MSc, Education for Sustainability, London South Bank University

    Ph.D., Business Environment, Ethics, and Public Policy, University of Pittsburgh

  • Van Buren III, H. J., Syed, J., and Mir, R. (Forthcoming). Business as a macro social force affecting business: Concepts, questions, and future research. Business & Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/0007650319845097

  • Greenwood, M., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2017). Ideology in HRM scholarship: Interrogating the ideological performativity of ‘new unitarism.’ Journal of Business Ethics, (142)(4), pp. 663-678

  • Westermann-Behaylo, M. K., Van Buren III, H. J., & Berman, S. L. (2016). Stakeholder capability enhancement as a path to promote human dignity and cooperative advantage. Business Ethics Quarterly, (26)(4), pp. 529-555

  • Scruggs, C., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2016). Competitive advantage through maintaining legitimacy and trust with key stakeholders: The case of chemicals in consumer products. Business & Society, (55)(5), pp. 635-675

  • Mitchell, R. M., Van Buren III, H. J., Greenwood, M., & Freeman, R. E. (2015). Stakeholder inclusion and accounting for stakeholders. Journal of Management Studies, (52)(7), pp. 851-877

  • Westermann-Behaylo, M. K., Berman, S. L., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2014). The influence of institutional logics on corporate responsibility toward employees. Business & Society, (53)(5), pp. 714-746

  • Syed, J., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2014). Global business norms and Islamic views of women’s employment. Business Ethics Quarterly, (24)(2), pp. 251-276

  • Van Buren III, H. J., & Greenwood, M. (2013). The genesis of employment ethics. Journal of Business Ethics, (117)(4), pp. 707-719

  • Sheehan, C., De Cieri, H., Greenwood, M., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2013). HRM professional role tensions: Perceptions and responses of the top management team. Human Resource Management, (53)(1), pp. 115-130

  • Clark, C. E., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2013). Compound conflicts of interest in the US proxy system. Journal of Business Ethics, (116)(2), pp. 355-371

  • Rehbein, K., Logsdon, J. M., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2013). Corporate responses to shareholder activists: Considering the dialogue alternative. Journal of Business Ethics, (112)(1), pp. 137-154

  • Van Buren III, H. J., & Greenwood, M. (2011). Bringing stakeholder theory to industrial relations. Employee Relations, (33)(1), pp. 5-21

  • Greenwood, M., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2010). Trust and stakeholder theory: Trustworthiness in the organisation-stakeholder relationship. Journal of Business Ethics, (95)(3), pp. 425-438

  • Logsdon, J. M., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2009). Beyond the proxy vote: Dialogues between shareholder activists and corporations. Journal of Business Ethics, (87)(1), pp. 353-365. Republished in Prakash Sethi (Ed.) Globalization and the Good Corporation. New York:Springer, 2011

  • Logsdon, J. M., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2008). Justice and large corporations: What do activist shareholders want? Business & Society, (47)(4), pp. 523-548

  • Van Buren III, H. J. (2008). Fairness and the main management theories of the twentieth century: A historical review, 1900-1965. Journal of Business Ethics, (82)(3), pp. 633-644

  • Van Buren III, H. J., & Greenwood, M. (2008). Enhancing employee voice: Are voluntary employer-employee relationships enough? Journal of Business Ethics, (81)(1), pp. 209-221

  • Van Buren III, H. J. (2005). An employee-centered model of corporate social performance. Business Ethics Quarterly, (15)(4), pp. 687-709

  • Van Buren III, H. J. (2003). Boundaryless careers and employability obligations. Business Ethics Quarterly, (13)(2), pp. 131-150. Republished in J. B. Ciulla, C. Martin, & R. Solomon, Honest Work: A Business Ethics Reader (3rd edition), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013

  • Wood, D. J., Davenport, K. S., Blockson, L. C., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2002). Corporate involvement in community economic development: The role of U.S. business education. Business & Society, (41)(2), pp. 208-241

  • Van Buren III, H. J. (2001). If fairness is the problem, is consent the solution? Integrating ISCT and stakeholder theory. Business Ethics Quarterly, (11)(3), pp. 481-500

  • Van Buren III, H. J. (2000). The bindingness of social and psychological contracts: Toward a theory of social responsibility in downsizing. Journal of Business Ethics, (25)(3), pp. 205-219

  • Agle, B. R., & Van Buren III, H. J. (1999). God and mammon: The modern relationship. Business Ethics Quarterly, (9)(4), pp. 563-582

  • Leana, C. R., & Van Buren III, H. J. (1999). Organizational social capital and employment practices. Academy of Management Review, (24)(3), pp. 538-555. Republished in K. W. Koput & J. P. Broschack (Eds.) Social Capital in Business: 88-105. London: Edward Elgar, 2011

  • Van Buren III, H. J. (1999). Acting more generously than the law requires: The issue of employee layoffs in halakhah. Journal of Business Ethics, (19)(4), pp. 335-343

Book and Chapters

  • Vidal, N. G., & Van Buren III, H. J. (Forthcoming). Business collective action for corporate sustainability. In D. M Wasieleski & J. Weber (Eds.) Business and Society 360. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing

  • Van Buren III, H. J.(Forthcoming). Sustainable development and business research: Where we are and where we might go. In M. Mathew (Ed.) CSR & Sustainable Development: Strategies, Practices & Business Models. London: Taylor & Francis

  • Van Buren III, H. J. (Forthcoming). Intersectionality in the workplace. In J. Syed & M. Ozbilgin (Eds.) Managing Diversity and Inclusion (2nd edition). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

  • Hill, V., & Van Buren III, H. J. (2018). Taylor Won: The triumph of scientific management and its meaning for business and society. In D. M Wasieleski & J. Weber (Eds.) Business and Society 360: 265-294. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing and Organisation Studies: 291-300. London: Routledge

  • Van Buren III, H. J. (2015). Intersectionality in the workplace. In J. Syed & M. Ozbilgin (Eds.) Managing Diversity and Inclusion: 311-331. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

  • Rust Professorship in Business Ethics, Anderson School of Management, 2011-present
  • Daniels Fund Ethics Fellow, 2010-2015

  • Co-editor, special issue of Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion on Facilitating Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in Traditionally Marginalized Communities: Unpacking the Nature of SME Responsibility through Feminist Epistemology
  • President and executive committee member, International Association for Business & Society
  • Religion, Spirituality, and Business Ethics section editor, Journal of Business Ethics
  • Editorial board member, Business & Society

  • Professor, University of St. Thomas - Opus College of Business, Saint Paul / Minneapolis (2020 - present)
  • Visiting professor, Suliman S. Olayan School of Business, American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon (2019-present)
  • Professor, Anderson School of Management, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131(On leave, 2019-2021)
  • Associate Professor, University of New Mexico - Anderson School of Management, Albuquerque (2010-2014)
  • Assistant Professor, University of New Mexico - Anderson School of Management, Albuquerque (2004-2010)