Dr Muzammal Khan is a Lecturer in Management in the School of Business and Creative Industries. His doctoral research was driven by unethical practices that he noticed during his time in the textile industry and relates to business ethics and corporate social responsibility. His PhD thesis compares the trends in reporting on Corporate Social Responsibility in the UK and Pakistan and draws out some key differences between reporting in the two countries using a mixed method approach (content analysis and interviews). In 2017 he graduated with a PhD from the University of the West of Scotland.
He recently published a research paper which provides a categorised bibliography of Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting (CSRR) research on developed and developing countries from 2005 to 2017, covering a range of journals and countries. The review provides state of the art of the CSRR research and highlights the major loopholes in the current literature. This is a valuable study for academics pursuing research on CSRR as it provides a comprehensive and critical discussion on academic research in the field.
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