Author profile: Mia Rahim, Sanjaya Kuruppu and Md Tarikul Islam

Associate Professor Mia Mahmudur Rahim is the Deputy Chair of the Academic Board and the Chair of the Research Committee of the University of New England, Australia. He studied law and policy at the National University of Singapore, the University of Warwick, and Dhaka University. Macquarie University awarded his PhD in Law. He is the author of Legal Regulation of Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR in Private Enterprises and the editor of Social Audit Regulation and Code of Conduct on TNCs.

Dr. Sanjaya Chinthana Kuruppu is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting at the University of South Australia. He is the Director of the UniSA-Yunus Social Business Centre. His research interests are in Social and Environmental Accounting (SEA) and non-governmental (NGO) accountability, with an increasing focus on how technology such as blockchain is impacting both these areas. He was awarded his PhD in Accounting from the University of South Australia, and his Masters of Commerce from the University of Canterbury.

Dr Md Tarikul Islam is a Lecturer at the University of Essex. His research interest is built around accountability within the broader theme of Social and Environmental Accounting (SEA), particularly in the context of hybrid corporations, social entrepreneurship, and healthcare. He studied business administration in multiple universities in Europe and Bangladesh before graduating from the Queensland University of Technology with PhD in Accountancy.

Social Auditing: Legitimising Global Brands’ Irresponsibility?

There is a need for an ethical turn in global supply chain relationships that extend market-based arguments which privilege the rich and powerful at the expense of the poor and vulnerable.

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