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Marina v. Whitman

Professor of Public Policy; Professor of Business Administration
Marina v.N. Whitman is professor emerita of business administration and public policy. From 1979 until 1992 she was an officer of the General Motors Corporation, first as vice president and chief economist and later as vice president and group…
PUBPOL 662

PUBPOL 662: Global Corporate Social Responsibility

Marina Whitman
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Winter 2014
12:33-12:33 am EDT
Course will examine the origins of the concept of CSR its meaning and motivations, and the shareholder-stakeholder controversy, where the latter include employees, communities (now defined globally) and, most recently, the global environment.
PUBPOL 662

PUBPOL 662: Global Corporate Social Responsibility

Marina Whitman
Tuesday, Thursday
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Winter 2015
1:00-2:30 pm EDT

Course will examine the origins of the concept of CSR its meaning and motivations, and the shareholder-stakeholder controversy, where the latter include employees, communities (now defined globally) and, most recently, the global environment.

PUBPOL 680

PUBPOL 680: Globalization and Public Policy

Marina Whitman
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Winter 2006
12:33-12:33 am EDT
This course examines how globalization affects social and economic policymaking within and between countries and how policies can be designed to both capitalize on the new opportunities created by globalization and ameliorate its most painful consequ
PubPol 662

PubPol 662: Global Corporate Social Responsibility

Marina Whitman
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Winter 2012
12:33-12:33 am EDT
Course will examine the origins of the concept of CSR its meaning and motivations, and the shareholder-stakeholder controversy, where the latter include employees, communities (now defined globally) and, most recently, the global environment.
PUBPOL 680

PUBPOL 680: Globalization and Public Policy

Marina Whitman
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Winter 2005
12:33-12:33 am EDT
This course examines how globalization affects social and economic policymaking within and between countries and how policies can be designed to both capitalize on the new opportunities created by globalization and ameliorate its most painful consequ
PubPol 662

PubPol 662: Global Corporate Social Responsibility

Marina Whitman
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Winter 2013
12:33-12:33 am EDT
Course will examine the origins of the concept of CSR its meaning and motivations, and the shareholder-stakeholder controversy, where the latter include employees, communities (now defined globally) and, most recently, the global environment.

Anti-globalization is "bad news for the U.S. auto industry"

Jul 8, 2014
"It looks as if U.S. auto manufacturers have finally gone global," Marina v.N. Whitman writes in "Globalization is, finally, working in Michigan's best interest," a June 27 op-ed in the Detroit Free Press. "In the first quarter of this year,...

Whitman in Huff Po feature on crying at work

May 30, 2014
Marina v.N. Whitman is featured in Catherine Pearson's "What 15 Female Leaders Really Think about Crying at Work," published in the Huffington Post on May 28."There may be no crying in baseball, but whether there's a place for it in the...

GM penny-wise and pound-foolish says Marina v.N. Whitman

Apr 2, 2014
In an interview with reporters, Marina v.N. Whitman, once the highest ranking female executive in the auto industry and a former vice president and group executive at General Motors, discusses the company's lengthy delay in recalling cars with...

Yellen has most Fed system experience, Whitman explains

Oct 9, 2013
Marina Whitman was quoted by the Yahoo! Finance blog The Daily Ticker about the nomination of Janet Yellen as the next head of the federal reserve bank."Janet is the most experienced in the way the Fed system works, having had positions at all...
State & Hill

Having an impact now

Dec 18, 2012
When Jeff Kessner (MPP/MUP '14) joined the Nonprofit and Public Management Center (NPM) last year, he knew he would learn a lot about how nonprofits work. But he didn't know that he would soon be on the board of one. "I was a Board Fellow last...

We remember colleague and friend Katherine Terrell

Dec 31, 2009
Updated January 5, 2010A memorial fund has been established in Kathy's honor. Learn more about the fund and how to make a contribution here.Kathy's Business School colleagues have set up a permanant web page to which people can post their...