Luke Blindell is a Teaching Associate in the School of Law. He lectures in company law and corporate governance in the School of Law. Prior to coming to the law Luke worked in the City of London before travelling extensively and working as an English teacher in China and as a volunteer in a prominent civil society organisation in Ghana.
His research interests focus on the regulation of the company via extended notions of corporate governance in the attainment of social goals. Of particular relevance to the research being undertaken at SPERI is his research into the various models of ‘home state’ regulation introduced to address social problems within global supply chains. His work in this area moves beyond the examination of the design and development of regulation to consider the capability of the broader regulatory framework to enhance impact-based corporate social performance.
Further information about Luke can be found here.