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Donald Nordberg

Research Associate

Donald Nordberg is engaged in his third career, this time as an academic. He teaches strategy and corporate governance at Bournemouth University as well as working as Visiting Professor of Journalism at City University in London.

For many years Don was a news correspondent and editorial executive at Reuters, living in Germany, Switzerland, the United States and the UK and working on assignment in many countries around world. As Financial Editor, he led development of news services designed for financial institutions, before becoming News Editor for the Western hemisphere and Vice President of Reuters America.

His business career involved strategy consulting work for companies including United Business Media, Dow Jones, Hemscott and National Westminster Bank. He also served for several years as Director of Strategy for RAW Communications, an investor relations consultancy and webcasting firm, until its acquisition by Thomson Corp. in 2004.

Don then became an academic, teaching strategic management, corporate governance and international business. He was for several years on the staff of Westminster Business School and London Metropolitan Business School, and has lectured at the French business school Escem. His principal research interest is in corporate governance and strategic leadership, where he has been examining the role of codes of conduct on the work of boards of directors.

He is author of the book Corporate Governance: Principles and Issues (Sage Publications, 2011), various journal articles and book chapters. He also serves on the editorial board of the journal Management Decision. For a list of publications, see www.nordberg.org.uk/profile.html.

A native of Chicago, he studied at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, holds BA and MA degrees from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, an MBA from Warwick Business School, and a PhD the University of Liverpool Management School.

London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics

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