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Paul Lansing

Professor Emeritus of Business Administration

Educational Background

Graduate Diploma, Stockholm University at Sweden, 1973
J.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1971
B.A., Political Science, City University of New York, 1968

Positions Held

Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 1990-2012
Associate Professor, University of Iowa, 1982-1990
Assistant Professor, University of Iowa, 1979-1982
Assistant Professor, State University of New York, 1978-1979
Editor, Matthew Bender Co., 1977-1978
Researcher, University of South Africa, 1976-1977
Lawyer, Private Practice, 1973-1976

Recent Publications

Lansing, P., Vohra, N. 2013. The Global Enforcement of Pharmaceutical Patents: An Ethical Dilemma. Southern Journal of Law and Ethics

Lansing, P., Chandra, S. 2012. Quota Systems As A Means To Promote Women Into Corporate Boardrooms. Employee Relations Law Journal

Lansing, P., Vohra, N. 2012. The Swiss Bank Secrecy Crisis. International Journal of Management

Honors and Awards

Fulbright Senior Chair Award, International Management, Catholic University of Portugal, 2000

Senior Fulbright Award to Lecture, Nagoya University and Nanzan University, 1985

Teaching and Research Interests

Teaches courses in legal environment and ethical dilemmas in business.

Research focuses on the interaction of law, ethics, and culture as it applies to management decision making. Has served as a consultant to Quality Educational Development, Inc. Consults with the American Arbitration Association Panel of Arbitrators. Serves as arbitrator for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service and the New York Stock Exchange. Serves as arbitrator and mediator for the Iowa Public Employment Relations Board and the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board.