Peggy A. Cloninger is majoring in management in the
Ph.D. program of Georgia State University's Robinson College of Business. She specializes
in strategic management. Her research activities focus on social issues in strategic
management including natural environment, corporate governance, women in management, and
ethical issues. She is the lead author of the
paper "Toward a Model of the Evolution of National and International Environmental Public Policy" (with Ben Oviatt) which she presented during the Academy of Management Annual Meeting 1995. Ms. Cloninger has also co-authored an invited paper with a senior author (Shaker Zahra) for A Dictionary of Business Ethics to be published by Blackwell in 1995. A
previous paper, "Encouraging Ethical Behavior: An Open Systems Approach to Modeling the Influences of Social Controls" which she presented at the annual conference of the International Association for Business and Society (I.A.B.S.), and on which she was the sole author, was selected for the I.A.B.S. 1991-1992 Best Papers Volume.
She has also served as a
reviewer for I.A.B.S. and for the American Society for Competitiveness, and as the
Departmental Representative for management in Georgia State's Doctoral Fellows since 1994.
Prior to pursuing her interests in management, Ms. Cloninger worked as a research engineer
at Georgia Tech where she earned her bachelor and master
degrees in Electrical Engineering.