Contact Dr Namita Shete


Through her work, Namita is interested in teaching and understanding how corporate organisations address sustainability within their own operations and also take a stand, collaborate and innovate to address the grand challenges facing the world today. She is also interested in how and whether they could be better regulated to do so. Her education and scholarly interests therefore lie in the area of Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility (CR).

Namita received her PhD from the University of Bath in 2019 and her PhD research was funded by the University Research Scholarship. For her PhD research, Namita studied Corporate Social Responsibility and its regulation, where she uncovered organisational interpretations, attitudes and understandings relating to a law that mandates CSR activity. She sought to understand whether and how affected actors alter related CSR practices, the resulting outcomes of this, and whether mandated CSR could make corporations more responsible. Besides this, she has worked as a research assistant on a project relating to business power and sustainability within gold supply chains. Here she uncovered involved participants, issues and multi-stakeholder (and industry) initiatives.


Current activities

Namita is the Director Designate for Management and Corporate Sustainability. She currently leads the Leading Corporate Sustainability module on the MCS and MiM courses (and the MML course starting September).


Articles In Journals

Conference Papers

  • Shete N (2017) Mandated Corporate Social Responsibility and Sensemaking.. In: 2nd Bath SoM Doctoral Conference, Bath, 11 May 2017.
  • Shete N (2017) Targeting long-term Sustainability through Mandated Corporate Social Responsibility?. In: EBEN Annual Conference 2017, Jyväskylä, 14-16 June 2017.