Areas of Expertise: Business, management, leadership and law
Craig is Head of the Department of Economics and International Business, and Principal Lecturer in Economics and Business Environment, at the Lord Ashcroft International Business School.
Craig has an MSc in Economics and Philosophy from the London School of Economics, and a PhD in Philosophy from University College London. His undergraduate degree was Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) at York University.
Craig's central research interest is in the relationship between ethics and economics, and his current research includes an exploration of the work of Amartya Sen on economics and commitment.
Duckworth, C. (2014). The attitude behavior gap and the committed volunteer. In: Brook, Christopher & Kennett, Miriam (Eds.), Rebalancing the Economy. Oxford: The Green Economics Institute.
Duckworth, C. (2013). A dramatic approach to teaching applied ethics. In: Warren, Digby & Macintosh, Paul (Eds.) Case Studies in Using the Arts in Higher Education. Chicago: Intellect & Chicago University Press.
Duckworth, C. (2013). Intergenerational justice'. Main entry in Idowu, Samuel O., Capaldi, Nicholas, Zu, Liangrong, & Ananda Das Gupta (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Corporate Responsibility. Berlin: Springer.
2013: Ethical Economics Versus the Ethical Economist. Paper presented at the 17th Seminar of the Scottish Centre for Economic Methodology (SCEME) in association with the Institute for International Management Practice at Lord Ashcroft International Business School, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge: Coding Economics? Professional Conduct and Scholarly Values after the Crisis, 24/25 May.
2013: Exploring Climate Ethics Using Deliberative Theatre.Presentation at the Global Sustainability Institute 1st Annual Research Conference:Big Challenges, Creative Solutions, 15 May. Anglia Ruskin University.
Oct. 2013: Ethics and Imagination: Exploring Sustainability Ethics using Deliberative Theatre. The Chelmsford Festival of Ideas.
2012: My Memories They Shove Me Awake. Presentation/Workshop based on research into climate ethics: Cambridge Festival of Ideas, 25 Oct.
2012: 'The Attitude-Behaviour Gap and the Committed Volunteer', paper presented at CSR Futures, the 10th Annual Conference of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, Nottingham University, Jun.
2012: 'The Attitude-Behaviour Gap and the Committed Volunteer', seminar presentation, Centre for International Business and Sustainability, Norman Stang seminar series. London Metropolitan University, Sep.
2011: 'Exploring Climate Ethics Through Research Drama', presented at the Transitional Universities Conference, Winchester University, Feb.
2010: 'The Social Discount Rate and the Convergence Thesis', presented at Ethics, Energy and the Future, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, Jun. 24-26.
2009: 'Climate Change Policy and the Social Discount Rate'. Presentation at the Annual Green Economics Conference, Mansfield College, Oxford University.
2009: 'Sustainable Capitalism, Capabilities, and Joint Responsibility'. Presentation at the conference for The Society for the Advancement of Socioeconomics, Sciences Po, Paris, July.
2009: 'Climate Change and Narrative Economics' (with Gherado Girardi). Presentation at the Eastern Economics Association Annual Conference, New York, Feb.
2008: 'Social Justice, Sustainability, and Ethical Strategy'. Presentation at the 7th Annual Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, Durham Business School, Sep.