Podcast: Modern slavery and business

Socio-Technical Centre
Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds

Matthew Davis is an Associate Professor at Leeds University Business School, a Chartered Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. His research centres on how people interact with their environments, the impact of different office designs and how businesses engage in CSR, particularly to address sustainability and modern slavery.
Hinrich Voss is Professor of International Business at Leeds University Business School and member of the Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds (CIBUL). He is interested in the relationship and interaction between multinational enterprises (MNEs) and institutions. This interest is manifested in a research strand on Chinese and emerging market MNEs (EMNEs), and one on the interplay between international business, sustainability and ethics.

Hinrich Voss and Matt Davis sat at a table with microphones

Often modern slavery is thought of as an issue that happens overseas, yet it occurs in a number of sectors within the UK too. In this episode, Dr Matthew Davis and Professor Hinrich Voss discuss what businesses need to know about modern slavery.

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This podcast episode was recorded in February 2020. If you would like to get in touch regarding this podcast, please contact research.lubs@leeds.ac.uk.

A transcript of this episode is available.

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