Marina Martin Curran
Dr Marina Martin Curran holds a PhD from the University of Edinburgh, where she studied the relationship between corporate social responsibility and financial performance. Prior to this, Marina worked in international development and specialised in the monitoring, evaluation of animal health programmes in developing countries. She has Masters degrees in tropical animal production and in agricultural economics. She has been working as a consultant since 2001 on a wide variety of assignments from the impact of animal health programmes in Mexico and Ethiopia to the writing of environmental reports for Singapore companies, training in CSR in Malaysia and Singapore, and the assessment of community investments for Hewlett Packard. Since moving to Switzerland in 2008, She has carried out projects for WWF and lectured at the university in Chur, eastern Switzerland as well as researching and writing articles for Brodard Executive Search.
Marina Martin Curran and Dominic Moran. 2007. Impact of the FTSE4Good Index on Firm Price: An Event Study Journal of Environmental Management. 82:529-537 M Martin Curran and Dominic Moran. 2004. The nature of corporate social responsibility in the food and agriculture sector. Corporate Environmental Strategy: International Journal for Sustainable Business. 11(6) M Martin Curran. 2003. A systematic review of the literature investigating the link between corporate social responsibility and financial performance. New Academy Review 2(3)19-40 M Martin Curran and Harriet MacLehose. 2006. Community animal health services for improving household wealth and health status of low income farmers Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR) issue 2, 2006. and in Tropical Animal Health and Production 34 (2002)449-470 M. Martin Curran and D. G. Smith The Impact of Donkey Ownership on the Livelihoods of Female Peri-Urban Dwellers in Ethiopia Tropical Animal Health and Production, Volume 37, Supplement 1 / January 2005