Professor Shigemoto joined WBS in 2019. She has broad professional experience in business and finance in the public and private sectors as well as academia. Prior to joining WBS, she taught business ethics at Rutgers Business School in the U.S. Before pursuing her Ph.D. as a Fulbright scholar, Professor Shigemoto was involved in corporate research/evaluation as a financial investigator of the Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission (SESC) of the Financial Services Agency (FSA), as a rating analyst at Moody’s, and as an equity research analyst at Citigroup. She was awarded the Society for Business Ethics Founders’ Award in 2012 and 2013.
Professor Shigemoto received a BA degree in business administration and a MA degree in economics from Meiji University, Japan, and is ABD of Ph.D. in management at Rutgers University, United States.
“Transforming Finance and Investment for the SDGs,” In M. Elder and P. King ed., Realising the Transformative Potential of the SDGs, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, 2018 (with M. Elder and P. King).
“Business and SDGs: Raising the Level of Ambition,” In M. Elder and P. King ed., Realising the Transformative Potential of the SDGs, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, 2018 (with M. Elder and P. King).
“Technological Innovation and Corporate Responsibility: A Capability Approach,” PhD dissertation, Rutgers University Graduate School, forthcoming.
“Responding to Crises Around the World: The Role of Multinational Corporations in Disaster Relief,” Annual Meeting of the Society for Business Ethics (SBE), Orlando, USA, 2013.
“Lost in Translation: The Implementation of MNCs’ CSR in Their Host Countries,” Colloquium of the European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS), Montreal, Canada, 2013.
“Complicit or Catalyst: The Role of Multinational Corporations in Human Rights,” Annual Meeting of the Society for Business Ethics (SBE), Boston, USA, 2012.
“The Role of International Business Connections in Technology Transfer and Corporate Social Responsibility,” Workshop on US-India-Japan Business Alliance for U.S.-Japan Research Institute (USJI), Washington DC, USA, 2012.
“Leadership and Managing for Stakeholders” by E. Freeman, et. al., (Japanese Translation with others), Hakuto, 2010.
“Ethics Theory and Business” by T. L. Beauchamp and N. E. Bowie (Japanese Translation with others), Koyo, 2003.
“Business Ethics” by D. Stewart (Japanese translation with others), Hakuto, 2001.
Courses in charge
Strategic CSR Management
Global Opportunities and Threats: Oxford (GOTO) Workshop (collaboration with Saïd Business School)