The University of Michigan's School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) and The Stephen M. Ross School of Business (Ross) are seeking a candidate to fill an endowed, full time, nine-month, tenured professor position to contribute to research and teaching at the nexus of business, markets, organizations and sustainability. The position will be jointly appointed in SEAS (75%) and Ross (25%). Corporations play a major role in shaping sustainability. They influence environmental, societal, equity, and economic outcomes related to sustainability - both internally through corporate behavior and management practices, and externally through their products, engagement with stakeholders, and influence on public policies, markets, and consumer behaviors. We seek candidates recognized for their scholarship in sustainability, and with expertise in theories and methods related to disciplines such as business strategy and partnerships, sustainable product innovation, finance and environmental accounting, organizational management, clean tech entrepreneurship, sustainable operations and supply chain management, environmental markets and marketing, or public policy and corporate governance. We will consider applicants at the Associate Professor or Professor level.
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