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Dr Nina Seppala
Level 38
1 Canada Square
London
Appointment
  • Principal Teaching Fellow
  • UCL School of Management
  • Faculty of Engineering Science
Biography

Nina Seppala is Deputy Director (Academic Affairs) of the School of Management at University College London (UCL). Nina started her career working for international organizations including the United Nations in the area of democracy promotion and preventive diplomacy. Since then, she has held senior roles in several business schools leading programme and curriculum development projects, academic quality, international collaborations and liaison with business partners.  

Nina holds a PhD from the University of Warwick. Her main academic interests are in the area of ethical decision-making and behaviour, including the emerging field of behavioural ethics. She is currently exploring both personal characteristics and situational factors that make people behave ethically or unethically in organisational settings. She is particularly interested in the influence of office design and stress on ethical and pro-social behaviour. Nina reviews for Journal of Business Ethics and Business Ethics Quarterly and is a member of the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) Research Committee. She has co-authored a text book on Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (Cengage).

Research Summary

Nina holds a PhD from the University of Warwick. She is interested in ethical decision-making and behaviour, including the emerging field of behavioural ethics. Nina is interested in both personal characteristics, including psychological biases, and situational factors that make people behave ethically or unethically. She is particularly interested in the influence of office design and stress on ethical and pro-social behaviour. Nina reviews for Journal of Business Ethics and Business Ethics Quarterly and is a member of the Chartered Association of Business School Research Committee.

Academic Background
2007 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Business Management University of Warwick
/ KAN Kandidaatti – Politics University of Turku
/ MAIS Maisteri – Politics University of Turku
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