Prakash Sethi is Professor of Management at the Zicklin School of Business at the City University of New York and a consultant to a range of companies, industry groups, government agencies and non-government organisations on corporate social responsibility related issues. One of the companies that he is a consultant to is the toy-maker Mattel.
Sethi is the founder and President of the International Center for Corporate Accountability, which is described as a "think tank based at the Zicklin School of Business" which undertakes "cutting-edge research, and public policy advocacy in the area of enhanced corporate accountability through voluntary corporate codes of conduct in the national and international arenas."
His biographical note also stated that he is an "advisor-consultant to various corporations and industry groups, government agencies, and NGOs in the United States, and other parts of the world. Issues involved include: business strategy, international business, mergers and acquisitions, social issues management, business ethics, voluntary codes of conduct, corporate social responsibility and advocacy/issue advertising, public affairs management, Triple Bottom Line reporting and assessment, 1980 - present."
Sethi is also the chairperson of the Mattel Independent Monitoring Council for Global Manufacturing Principles.
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- Jonathan Dee, "A Toy Maker's Conscience", New York Times, December 23, 2007.
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