DR. Kamran Mofid has been appointed Adjunct Professor to the Dalhousie School of Business Administration. He will be working with faculty and students to realize the Faculty of Management’s vision to be the acknowledged centre of ‘values-based management’ whose graduates become private sector, public sector and civil society leaders who manage with integrity, focus on sustainability and make things happen.
Below see the announcement by the Faculty of Management, Dalhousie University, posted on 10 September 2010 on the Dalhousie School of Business Administration's website:
Faculty of Management News and Events
Values-based management is focus of newly-appointed professor
Posted on September 10 2010 by Janet Lord in Faculty of Management
"Kamran Mofid, PhD, has been appointed Adjunct Professor to the Dalhousie School of Business Administration. He will be working with faculty and students to realize the Faculty of Management’s vision to be the acknowledged centre of ‘values-based management’ whose graduates become private sector, public sector and civil society leaders who manage with integrity, focus on sustainability and make things happen.
Mofid is the founder of the Globalization for the Common Good Initiative (founded at an international conference in Oxford in 2002), co-founder/editor of the Journal of Globalization for the Common Good and member of the International Coordinating Committee of the World Public Forum, Dialogue of Civilizations. He received his BA and MA in economics from the University of Windsor, Canada, in 1980 and 1982 respectively. In 1986, he was awarded a doctorate in economics from the University of Birmingham, UK. In 2001, he received a Certificate in Education in Pastoral Studies from Plater College, Oxford. From 1980 to 2000, he was Economic Tutor, Lecturer and Senior Lecturer at Universities of Windsor (Canada), Birmingham, Bristol, Wolverhampton and Coventry (UK).
Mofid’s work is highly interdisciplinary, drawing on economics, business, politics, international relations, theology, culture, ecology, ethics and spirituality. His writings have appeared in leading scholarly journals, popular magazines and newspapers. His books include Development Planning in Iran: From Monarchy to Islamic Republic, The Economic Consequences of the Gulf War, Globalization for the Common Good, Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Globalization for the Common Good, Promoting the Common Good (with Rev. Dr. Marcus Braybrooke, 2005), and A Non-Violent Path to Conflict Resolution and Peace Building (co-authored, 2008).
Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Management, which includes programs in Business, Public Administration, Information Management, Marine Affairs and Resource and Environmental Studies, offers a holistic and values-based approach to management education and research. The Faculty’s vision is to be the acknowledged centre of values-based management whose graduates become private sector, public sector and civil society leaders who manage with integrity, focus on sustainability and make things happen."
Media inquiries: Colin Craig, Faculty of Management, tel. 902.223.3981, firstname.lastname@example.org
Globalisation and Education for the Common Good: A Path to Sustainability, Well-being and Happiness
By Kamran Mofid, Adjunct Professor, Dalhousie School of Business, Dalhousie University, Canada
Public Lecture Presented at School of Business Administration Dalhousie University Wednesday 3 November 2010
Greetings to you all,
'Believe me I cannot find words adequate enough to tell you how happy I am to be here in Canada once again and especially in my new capacity: Adjunct Professor at one of the oldest and most respected universities, namely, Dalhousie. It is always a very special joy for me to return to Canada. It is to Canada that my wife and I first came all those years ago in the 1970s. It was in Canada that I got my first two degrees in economics. I never forget the joyous day in 1980 that my wife and I became naturalised Canadian Citizens. It is to Canada that many my close relatives came to after the Revolution in Iran. It is in Canada that all have found happiness, joy, success and well-being. To Canada, I own great thanks.
For the opportunity to be here today, I am indebted To the Dean of the Faculty of Management, Prof. Peggy Cunningham. I salute her wisdom and vision and I commend her great work to make the business education to be for the common good. I wish also to thank Prof. Greg Hebb, Director of the Centre for International Business Studies at Dalhousie for all his support and friendship. I thank all my colleagues and students at Dalhousie Business School for all they do, ensuring that the Business Education at Dalhousie is a world leader in values-based education.'...Continue to read