Marianna Fotaki is Professor of Business Ethics at Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, and a visiting professor at the University of Manchester. She is a graduate of schools of medicine and public health, and has a PhD in public policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Before joining academia in 2003 she worked as a medical doctor in Greece, China, and the UK, as a volunteer and manager for humanitarian organizations Médecins du Monde and Médecins sans Frontiers in Iraq and Albania, and as the EU senior resident adviser to governments in transition (in Russia, Georgia and Armenia). Her work on marketization of public services, health inequalities, gender and otherness in organizations and society appeared in leading international journals and she has books on Affect in Organizations (co-edited with Kate Kenny) and Gender and the Organization (with Nancy Harding) forthcoming in 2014-15. Marianna co-directs pro bono the Centre for Health and the Public Interest.
During her time as Network Fellow in 2014-15, she will work on a project addressing institutional corruption in different cultural and organizational settings. Specific cases include: (i) internal auditors as social entrepreneurs in government agencies in Indonesia (in collaboration with Ide Humantito); (ii) speaking out in banking and the finance industry in England and Ireland (in collaboration with Dr. Kate Kenny); and (iii) the impact of market incentives on the behavior of health staff in the public health system, the National Health Service (NHS) in England.