New Chair at Victoria to research in ethical leadership

Victoria University of Wellington has appointed Professor Karin Lasthuizen from the Netherlands to a newly established Professorial Chair.

She is as the inaugural Brian Picot Chair in Ethical Leadership, which is within Victoria Business School’s School of Management.

She joins five other Professorial Chairs at the Business School who lead research on important contemporary issues in specialist areas of digital government, public finance, business in Asia, economics of disasters and restorative justice. Continue reading

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