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Sylvia Maxfield

Professor
Dean, School of Business

Contact Information:

maxfield@providence.edu
401-865-1224
Koffler Hall 113

Education:

Ph.D. - Political Economy Harvard University

Area(s) of Expertise:

Business Ethics, Business, Government in the Global Economy, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability Evaluation & Measurement, Emerging Markets/Comparative & International Political Economy.

Awards and Honors:

Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) management development program - Wellesley College
Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) management development program - Wellesley College
Pottruck Technology Resource Center - Simmons College
Pottruck Technology Resource Center - Simmons College
Pottruck Technology Resource Center - Simmons College

Selected Publications:

Maxfield, S., Wang, L., Magaldi de Sousa, M. (2016). The Effectiveness of Bank Governance Reforms in the Wake of the Financial Crisis: A Stakeholder Approach. Journal Of Business Ethics,

Maxfield, Sylvia. (2012). Glass-Steagall in Oxford Companion to American Politics. Eds. David Coates. Oxford University Press.

Maxfield, Sylvia., Hardie, Iain. (2012). Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, in Oxford Companion to American Politics. Eds. David Coates. Oxford University Press.

Maxfield, Sylvia. (2011). Teaching economics through the lens of corporate citizenship. Journal Of Economic Education, 42 (1)

Maxfield, Sylvia., Shapiro, Mary., Gupta, Vipin., Hass, Susan. (2010). Gender and risk: Women, risk-taking and risk-aversion. Gender in Management, 25 (7)


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