Elaine Sternberg speaks to us about "Unethical Conduct and the Financial Crisis".
Elaine Sternberg earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the London School of Economics, where she was a Fulbright Fellow and a Lecturer. In the US she is a Visiting Scholar in Philosophy at the University of Miami (FL); in the UK, she is a Visiting Research Fellow of the University of Leeds, and a Senior Visiting Fellow at the University of Buckingham. She has been a Bradley Fellow and Visiting Scholar at the Social Philosophy and Policy Centre of Bowling Green University, and a Faculty Fellow at the Centre for Ethics and Public Affairs of Tulane University's Murphy Institute.
Formerly also an investment banker in New York, London and Paris, Dr Sternberg founded and profitably ran the first two equity syndicate businesses in London. She remains Principal of Analytical Solutions, a consultancy firm specialising in business ethics and corporate governance, and is on the academic advisory councils of the IEA and of the UK "whistleblowers' charity", Public Concern at Work.
Her main publications include Just Business: Business Ethics in Action (2nd edn: OUP, 2000), and Corporate Governance: Accountability in the Marketplace (2nd edn: IEA, 2004).