Professor of Business Ethics
Wim Vandekerckhove is Professor of Business Ethics at the University of Greenwich. He holds a Phd in Applied Ethics from Ghent University and was a visiting scholar at the University of Oslo in 2007 (Centre for Development and the Environment SUM), and a visiting fellow at Griffith University in 2020 (Centre for Governance and Public Policy). Wim is also co-director of the Centre of Research on Employment and Work (CREW) at the University of Greenwich, and is the editor-in-chief of Philosophy of Management (Springer).
Wim has provided expertise on whistleblowing to various organisations, including Council of Europe, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Transparency International, Public Concern at Work, WhistleblowersUK, Public Services International, the Whistleblower Advice Centre in the Netherlands, the UK Department of Health, the UK Financial Conduct Authority, the British Standards Institute (BSI), the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (ACCA), the APPG on Whistleblowing, and the Equality and Employment Law Centre. He is currently the convenor for ISO37002, the international standard for whistleblowing management systems.
He publishes academic papers on whistleblowing, business ethics, and philosophy of management. His books include Whistleblowing and Organisational Social Responsibility (Ashgate/Routledge), and The Whistleblowing Guide: Speak-Up Arrangements, Challenges, and Best Practices (2019, Wiley, with Kate Kenny and Marianna Fotaki).