ISR Director

Professor Jo Crotty

profile photo Professor Jo CrottyJo is currently Director of ISR, a university-wide role focused on building and sustaining research culture at EHU. As part of this role she is a member University’s Research Strategy Group, the REF Decision panel, and is leading on the Knowledge Exchange Concordat Development year.

Previously Jo was Executive Dean of the Institute of Business and Law and Aberystwyth University and Head of Dept. at Salford Business School, where she led strategic and operational change. Prior to this she was the founding Director of the BA(Hons) Business Studies Degree at the University of Liverpool Management School, and Director of the MSc International Business at Aston Business School.

Jo’s research interests lie in civil society development, corporate social responsibility, environmental management and state-society-business relations, predominantly in former Soviet Union countries.

Jo has published circa 70 journal articles, conference papers and book chapters, including British Journal of Management, Sociology, Non-profit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly and Organization Studies. She has also presented papers at international conferences including Academy of Management Annual Meeting and the British Academy of Management where she has been nominated and won prizes.

She has been awarded research funding from ESRC, where she is part of the review college, and the British Academy. She is also a member of the Editorial Board of Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management Journal.

Qualifications

PGCert., (Distinction), Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. University of Liverpool.
PhD (ESRC Studentship) The Impact of Economic Transition on the Management of Pollution within Russian Manufacturing Enterprises: An Exploratory Study’. University of Nottingham.
BA (Hons) (First Class), Business Studies. University of Portsmouth.

Research

  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • Corporate Greening
  • Civil Society
  • Non-profits
  • History of CSR

Professional Bodies

  • Fellow, Higher Education Academy
  • Academy of Management
  • British Academy of Management 

Journal Articles

  • Crotty J & Ljubownikow J (2018) ‘Restrictive Institutions and Critical Resources: Non-profit Organizations and Volunteer Resources in the Russian Federation’, Europe-Asia Studies, forthcoming
  • Ljubownikow, S. and Crotty, J. (2017). ‘Managing Boundaries: The Role of Non-Profit Organisations in Russia’s Managed Democracy’. Sociology, 51 (5) 940-954
  • Crotty, J. ‘Contextualised Corporate Social Responsibility in the Russian Federation’, Business and Society, 55 (6): 825-853
  • Kamerade, D., Crotty, J., and Ljubownikow, S. (2016). ‘Civil Liberties and Voluntary Work in Six Former Soviet Union Countries’. Non-profit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 45 (6): 1150-1168.
  • Ljubownikow, S. and Crotty, J. (2016). ‘Non-profit Influence on Public Policy: Exploring Non-profit Advocacy in Russia’, Non-profit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 45 (2): 314-332. Crotty J, Driffield N and Jones C. (2016) ‘Smoking Bans and Market Seeking FDI in the Tobacco Industry’. British Journal of Management, 27 (3): 464-478
  • Crotty, J & Hall S M (2013), ‘Environmental Awareness and Sustainable Development in the Russian Federation’, Sustainable Development, DOI:10.1002/sd.1542. (Impact Factor: 2.167)
  • Crotty, J & Hall, S M (2013), ‘Environmental Responsibility in a Transition Context’, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 31 (4): 667-681.
  • Ljubownikow, S & Crotty, J (2013), ‘Civil Society in a Transition Context: The Response of Health and Education NGOs in Russian Industrialised Regions to Legislative Changes’, Non-profit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 43 (4): 759-776
  • Driffield, N L & Jones, C & Crotty, J (2013), ‘International Business Research and Risky Investments: An Analysis of FDI in Conflict Zones’, International Business Review, 22: 140-155. Crotty, J & Rodgers, P (2012), ‘Sustainable Development in the Russian Federation: The Limits of Greening within Industrial Firms’, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 19(3): 178-190.
  • Ljubownikow, S & Crotty, J & Rodgers, P W (2013), ‘The State and Civil Society in Post-Soviet Russia: The Development of a Russian Style Civil Society’, Progress in Development Studies, 13(2): 156-166.
  • Crotty, J (2012), ‘The Re-re-organisation of Russia’s Environmental Bureaucracy: Good News or Bad’, Problems of Post-communism, 59(4): 15-26.
  • Crotty J (2009) ‘Making a Difference: NGOs and Civil Society Development in Russia’. Europe-Asia Studies, 61, 1: 85-108
  • Smith M and Crotty J (2008) ‘Innovative Responses to the EU End-of-Life Vehicle Directive: A UK Perspective’, Business Strategy and the Environment, 17, 6: 467-488
  • Zhu Q, Crotty J and Sarkis J (2008) ‘Green Supply Chain Management in China and the UK Drivers, Practices and Performance’. Asian Business and Management, 7: 467-488
  • Crotty J and Smith M (2006) ‘Strategic Responses to Environmental Regulation in the UK Automotive Sector: The EU End-of-Life Vehicle Directive and the Porter Hypothesis’ Journal of Industrial Ecology, 10, 4: 95-111
  • Crotty J (2006) ‘Reshaping the Hourglass? The Environmental Movement and Civil Society Development in the Russian Federation’. Organisation Studies, 27, 9: 1319-1338
  • Crotty J (2006) ‘Greening the Supply Chain? The Impact of Take-Back Regulation on the UK Automotive Sector’, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 8, 3: 219-234
  • Crotty J and Crane A (2004) ‘Transitions in Environmental Risk: Management Capability and Community Trust in Russia’. Journal of Risk Research, 7, 4: 413-429 (Impact Factor 1.34)
  • Crotty, J. (2003) ‘Managerial Interpretations of Stakeholder Influence: A Study of Pollution Control in Russian Manufacturing Enterprises’. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, 9, Spring: 67-76
  • Crotty J (2002) ‘Economic Transition and the Natural Environment of the Russian Federation: Beyond Pollution Intensification?’ Europe-Asia Studies, 54, 2, 299-316

Conference Papers (Selected)

  • Ljubownikow, S. and Crotty, J. (2016). ‘Non-profit Influence on Public Policy in Russia’ British Academy of Management, Portsmouth, UK. Best Paper Award, Public Management and Governance Division
  • Ljubownikow, S. and Crotty, J. (2015). ‘Managing Boundaries: The Role of Non-Profit Organisations in Russia’s Managed Democracy’ Academy of Management Conference, Vancouver, USA
  • Crotty J and Ljubownikow S (2014), ‘Does Context Matter for Organisational Practice? An Examination of NPO Volunteer Engagement in the Russian Federation, British Academy of Management Conference, Belfast, UK
  • Ljubownikow S and Crotty J (2014) ‘Civil Society in a Restrictive Context: The Impact on Russian NPOs’, Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, USA
  • Kamerade D, Crotty J and Ljubownikow S (2014) ‘Europeanisation, Pre-emption and Revolution: NGOs and Volunteering in former Soviet Union countries’, Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, USA
  • Mawer S and Crotty J (2013) ‘Mary Parker Follett: Informing Sustainable Capitalism and CSR’, British Academy of Management Conference, Liverpool, UK
  • Mawer S and Crotty J (2013) ‘CSR and Gender: The Influence of Mary Parker Follett’, Academy of Management Conference, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA
  • Crotty J, Hall S M and Ljubownikow S (2013) ‘Post-Socialist Civil Society Development without Europeanization: The Impact of the Russian NGO Law’, Academy of Management Conference, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA
  • Crotty J (2011) ‘Contextualised Corporate Social Responsibility in the Russian Federation’, Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio, Texas, USA Social Issues in Management (SIM) History of CSR Prize Winner; Nominated for Best Paper in SIM Division; Nominated for Carolyn Dexter Award. Published in Best Paper Proceedings
  • Crotty J and Hall S M (2011) ‘Environmental Responsibility in a Transition Context’, Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio, Texas USA
  • Crotty J, Ljubownikow S and Rodgers P W (2010) ‘Co-opting Civil Society? The 2006 NGO Law and its Effects on Civil Society in Russia’, Academy of Management Conference, Montreal Canada
  • Crotty J and Rodgers P W (2009) ‘Environmental Sustainability in the Russian Federation: The Firm’s Perspective’, Academy of Management Conference, Chicago USA, August
  • Crotty J and Rodgers P W (2009) ‘Corporate Citizenship and Environmental Sustainability in the Russian Federation’, Academy of Management Conference, Chicago USA, August
  • Ljubownikow S, Crotty J and Rodgers P W (2009) ‘Dependence or Independence: The Prospect of the Development of a Russian Style Civil Society’, Academy of Management Conference, Chicago USA, August
  • Ljubownikow S and Crotty J (2007) ‘Institutional Development in Russia’. British Academy of Management, Warwick, UK, September
  • Zhu Q, Crotty J and Sarkis J (2007) ‘Green Supply Chain Management in China and the UK Drivers, Practices and Performance’. Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, USA, August
  • Crotty J (2006) ‘Have Stakeholders become Citizens? The Impact of Transition on the Russian Environmental Movement.’ Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, August.
  • Crotty J and Smith M (2004) ‘Strategic Responses to Environmental Regulation in the UK Automotive Sector: The EU End-of-Life Vehicle Directive and the Porter Hypothesis.’ Academy of Management Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, August.
  • Crotty J (2004) ‘Networks and Environmental Pollution Protection in Russian Manufacturing Enterprises’. British Association of Slavonic and East European Studies Conference Proceedings, Cambridge, UK, April
  • Crotty J (2003) ‘Responding to a Retreating State: Social Capital Formation and the Russian Environmental Movement.’ Academy of Management Conference, Seattle, WA, USA Proceedings. Nominated for the Carolyn Dexter Award

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