Paul Gray – Associate

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Paul explores the connections between social change and business, especially the rise of a new work paradigm and the increasing emphasis on corporate social responsibility, both within the firm and in the outside community. He has been at Boston College for 40 years, as Associate Professor of Sociology and Faculty Chair of an executive management program with the Carroll School of Management. He also received major federal support for a project on worker education, and has served as Senior Faculty at the Center for Corporate Citizenship.His consulting clients have included the City of Boston, the National Alliance for Business, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Shell Chemical, Motorola Communications, BP, and Sapient Corporation.

Paul’s publications include The Research Imagination: An Introduction to Qualitative and Quantitative Methods.