Sandrine Blanc is an assistant professor for business Ethics at Inseec Business school. She was Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Capitalism, Globalization and Governance in 2011/2012.
Her research focuses on normative issues bearing on corporations and contemporary capitalism. She has a particular interest in the significance and implications of social justice for corporations as well as the question of the moral responsibility of firms as well as within firms.
She graduated from ESCP-EAP in 2000 and concurrently read philosophy at University Paris-IV Sorbonne where she received her BA in Philosophy (1996, Hons), MA in Philosophy (1997, Dist.) and DEA (2000, Dist.). She also holds a MA in Organisational Analysis and Behaviour from Lancaster University (1999, Dist.). She was awarded her PhD in Philosophy from University Paris IV - Sorbonne in 2011. She has been Research Associate at Holywell Manor, Balliol College, University of Oxford from 2009 to 2011. She has contributed to the research Project ‘Corporate ownership and responsibility’ at College des Bernardins from 2009 to 2011.
She has published a book chapter in Questions d'éthique contemporaine: Blanc, S. (2006). "L'économie face aux questions de justice", in Thiaw-Po-Une (ed.), Questions d'éthique contemporaines, Paris, Stock, pp. 645-662. She has also contributed to the Encycopédie de la Culture Politique Contemporaine, writing 19 entries and about 150 pages on various social and political institutions including political parties in the UK, the United Nations as well as third sector organisations. Her doctoral thesis focused on the principles underlying social-democracies: Blanc, S., “La social-démocratie. Principes et évolutions d’un modèle économique et social”. Viva held in January 2011.
Before embarking on an academic career, she has worked as a strategy (Bain & Cie) and management consultant for 6 years.