Norman D. Bishara, Ph.D.

Norman Bishara teaches Business Law and Business Ethics at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. His research interests include the areas of corporate governance, corruption, international legal reform and business ethics in the developing world with a focus on the Middle East, the role of law and ethics in the commercialization of new technologies, and covenants not to compete. Professor Bishara also teaches courses focusing on business law and the intersection of law, ethics and technology and nonprofit management. His recent academic field research includes a position as the principal researcher and project consultant with the Lebanese Transparency Association (LTA) in Beirut, an affiliate of Transparency International. At LTA, he coauthored the first Lebanese Code of Corporate Governance, a new set of business laws for small/medium enterprises, and conducted related governance, business development and anti-corruption research in the region.

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