Corporate Citizenship (Co-Convenor with Ralph Hamann)
Malcolm McIntosh is Professor and Director of the Applied Research Centre in Human Security at Coventry University. This is the first such transdisciplinary department in the UK. He is the head of research and teaching on sustainability, human rights, corporate responsibility, regeneration, social enterprise, development and other related issues. He is also an Extra-Ordinary Professor in the School of Public Management and Planning at Stellenbosch University.
Malcolm has had working experience in business, government and civil society and has established successful companies, NGOs and teaching programmes in many parts of the world. In the last few years he has worked closely with a divergent group of organisations including Royal Dutch/Shell, BP, ABB, Norsk Hydro, Johnson & Johnson, BT and the UN Secretary-General's Office, the ILO, UNEP, OHCHR, and the British and Norwegian governments.
He has taught and made presentations at numerous venues including the Royal Institute for International Affairs, INSEAD, the Judge Institute at Cambridge University, Warwick Business School and Harvard University's Kennedy School. He is a Visiting Professor in the Institute for International Policy Analysis and the International Centre for the Environment at the University of Bath, England, and the Sustainability Institute at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. He is also General Editor of the quarterly Journal of Corporate Citizenship, Editor of the annual Visions of ethical business and a Member of the Governing Council of the Institute for Social & Ethical AccountAbility.
Malcolm gained his Masters and Doctorate from the Department of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford in England. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufacture & Commerce (FRSA). Malcolm is a former Director of the Corporate Citizenship Unit at Warwick Business School in England and European Director of the New York-based Council on Economic Priorities. His most recent publications include:
McIntosh, M. et al 'Living Corporate Citizenship: Strategic Routes To Socially Responsible Business' (September 2002) Financial Times & Pearson, London
McIntosh, M. 'Raising A Ladder To The Moon: Corporate Citizenship In The 21st Century' (forthcoming 2003) Palgrave, London & New York.
McIntosh, M. and Andriof, J. (Editors) 'Perspectives On Corporate Citizenship' (2001) Greenleaf Publishing, Sheffield.
McIntosh, M. and Thomas, R. 'Corporate Citizenship & Evolving Relations With NGOs' (2002) with a forward by Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Chair of Anglo-American and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, published by British-North America Research Committee. London, New York and Toronto.
McIntosh. M. (Editor) 'Visions of ethical business 1-4' (1998-2002) PricewaterhouseCoopers, Financial Times & Malcolm McIntosh, London
McIntosh, M. (Editor) 'Global Companies In The Twentieth Century: Selected Archival Histories' (2001) Routledge, London.
McIntosh, M et al 'Corporate Citizenship' (1998) Financial Times, London. September 2002