Norman Bishara is an Associate Professor of Business Law & Ethics at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan in the United States, where he is also the Faculty Director of the school’s Master of Management Program. He is spending the 2016– 2017 academic year in Barcelona, Spain visiting IESE Business School while on sabbatical.
His research interests include the areas of human capital law and policy, corporate governance, and corruption as a constraint on business activity, international legal reform and business ethics in the developing world. His recent work focuses on covenants not to compete as an obstacle to employee mobility and knowledge transfer for innovation, including with CEOs, managers, and other highly-skilled workers. His current research projects include a large labor mobility survey of U.S. workers and their noncompete contracts, and a study of how benefit corporations and B Corps are developing new relationships to their employee-stakeholders.
Professor Bishara’s work has recently appeared in or is forthcoming in the Vanderbilt Law Review, Indiana Law Journal, the American Business Law Journal, the NYU Journal of Law & Business, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law, the Berkeley Journal of Employment & Labor Law, and the Journal of Business Ethics, as well as in compilation volumes on business law, human rights, and corruption topics. His professional recognitions include the ALSB Early Career Faculty Award, an Outstanding Proceedings Award, the Mauer Award for Best Submitted Ethics Paper and Distinguished Proceedings Paper Awards, as well as Holmes-Cardozo Award Competition finalist awards, from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business.
15 April 2017 | Deadline for abstract submission
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