Tara Ceranic Salinas

Tara Ceranic Salinas
Phone: (619) 260-2378
Office: Olin Hall 240

Professor of Business Ethics

  • PhD, University of Washington, Business Ethics
  • MA, University of Limerick, International Studies
  • BA, University of Pittsburgh, Political Science

Tara Salinas teaches undergraduate courses in business and society and women in management, as well as courses in the MBA and Master's of Global Leadership programs. Her research stream is two-fold. She focuses on ethical decision-making and emotions in the workplace and also conducts research on effective pedagogies for the millennial generation. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Journal of Business Ethics Education and the North American Case Research Journal. Salinas is a reviewer for JBE, B&S, BEQ, SBE, IABS and AoM. She also serves as a representative at large for the Academy of Management’s Social Issues in Management division and as the membership director for the International Association for Business and Society.

Areas of Expertise

ethical decision making, corporate social responsibility, pedagogy

Selected Publications

  • Montiel, I., Ceranic, T. (2015) Cooking Up Solutions to Climate Change: The Role of Sustainable Entrepreneurs, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Reynolds, S., Ceranic, T. (2009) On the causes and conditions of moral behavior: Why is this all we know?, Information Age Publishing.
  • Love, E., Ceranic, T., Rotman, J. (2018) The Ethical Standards of Judgment Questionnaire: Development and Validation of Independent Measures of Formalism and Consequentialism, Journal of Business Ethics.
  • Ehrich, K., Ceranic, T., Liu, J. (2014) Business Unusual: Transforming Business School Curricula through Community Engagement, Metropolitan Universities Journal.
  • Ceranic, T., Montiel, I., Cook, W. (2013) Grenada Chocolate Company: Big Decisions for a Young Social Enterprise on a Small Island, Journal of Business Ethics Education.
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