H69 - Economics and Business Building
The University of Sydney
NSW Australia 2006
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Max Baker is a lecturer in the Discipline of Accounting. Before his academic career Max worked for a number of large companies such as PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Macquarie Bank. As an academic his research has explored corporate accountability, ethics, identity and corporate social responsibility and has been published in a number of top tier academic journals, books and industry reports. As an outstanding teacher in the area of management accounting Max won a number of prestigious teaching awards. Max is also an active member of the Balanced Enterprise Research Network.
GrainCorp interview 19 Nov 2013
ABC NewsRadio interviews Max about ADM's dark history and whether it is likely to affect Graincorp's future performance in terms of social responsibility.
GrainCorp controversy explained 19 Nov 2013
Max Baker was interviewed by The Wire for his expert opinion on the government's pending decision to allow the sale of our largest publicly listed agribusinesses, GrainCorp, to giant American company Archer Daniels Midland.
Max Baker discusses the government's pending decision to allow the sale of our largest publicly listed agribusinesses, GrainCorp, to giant American company Archer Daniels Midland.
Lecturer Max Baker has published an article on Corporate Social Responsibility at The Conversation.
Max Baker discusses the need for Julian Assange to consider his Australian senate run as more than just a ticket out of the Ecuadorian embassy.