Publications

We focus on Mark Bovens’s use of the forum metaphor in his accountability model. The forum metaphor has emerged as a fundamental …

This paper explores the language of corporate accounts of business and human rights. Using innovative methods drawn from computational …

This book is about how these firms are imagined as moral actors, both internally and through law, and about how their moral agency must …

This paper focuses on ‘legal but corrupt’ from a pluralist perspective. The plurality of state and non-state laws under …

In this paper, I present a vision of the corporation as a moral person. I point to ‘the separation of ownership and …

In this paper we approach administrative ethics as a problem of power. We address the complex interplay of instrumental and moralist …

This paper considers the potential contained in an ‘internalities’ approach to corporate governance. Rather than viewing the company as …

This paper addresses the shareholder value paradigm as an accountability claim for the corporation. Shareholder value mechanisms - …

The Parades Commission of Northern Ireland was established to regulate the use of public space in the region. Its formal design …

Imagined though it is, ‘two‐communities’ thinking drives the politics of public institutions in Northern Ireland. Although …

Using the concepts of thick and thin relationships as the basis for ethical behavior, this paper critiques the emphasis on discretion …

This article is one of a series commissioned by Government and Opposition exploring identity politics in several national and …