||Donna J. Wood
Visiting Professor of Business Administration
Tennessee Valley Authority Fellow
A.B., M.A., Georgia State University; Ph.D., Vanderbilt
First Year Ethics
Corporate Social Performance
Collaborative Social Problem-Solving
International Business Society
- International Business and
Society. Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell
Publishers, 1998 (with S.L. Wartick).
- "Toward a Theory of
Stakeholder Identification and Salience: The
Principle of Who and What Really Counts." Academy
of Management Review, October 1997 (with R.K.
Mithcell and B.R. Agle).
- Stakeholder Mismatching: A
Theoretical Problem in Empirical Research on
Corporate Social Performance." International
Journal of Organizational Analysis 3, pp.
229-267, July 1995.
- Business and Society. 2nd
ed. New York: Harper Collins, 1994.
- "Collaborative Alliances:
Moving from Practice to Theory." Journal
of Applied Behavioral Science 27 (1): pp.
3-22, December 1991 (with Barbara Gray).
- "Corporate Social Performance
Revisited." Academy of Management Review
16, pp. 691-718, October 1991.
President, Social Issues in Management Division, Academy
of Management (1991-92)
Guest Scientist, Wissenshcafszentrum fur Sozialforschung,
Orgnaizational and Technology Unit, Berlin, Germany
Academic Director, International Management Center,
Director of M.B.A. Programs, Joseph M. Katz Graduate
School of Business, University of Pittsburgh (1985-90)
Editor, Business and Society, International
Association for Business and Society