Eva Tsahuridu is an ethics and policy expert who has been researching and teaching business and professional ethics for over two decades.
Most recently she was the Manager of Accounting Policy and the Professional Standards & Governance Policy Adviser at CPA Australia. She served as a Technical Adviser to the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants, represented CPA Australia on the ASX Corporate Governance Council and was a member of several taskforces of the Accounting Professional and Ethical Standards Board (APESB), which developed and revised professional standards and guidance notes for the members of the Australian Accounting Professional Bodies.
Eva writes for practitioner and academic publications, presents at academic and industry conferences and is a media commentator on business, professional and accounting ethics.
Eva has previously worked in the public, private and not for profit sectors and held academic roles in Australian and European universities.
Her research interests include personal and organisational ethical conduct, whistleblowing, ethical and professional standards, philosophy of management and anomie.
- Section Editor of Practice in Business Ethics of the Journal of Business Ethics
- Member of the Business College Ethics Advisory Network
- Member of the Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN)
- Convener of the Accounting Ethics Special Interest Group of ABEN
- Member of the Ethics Subcommittee of Professions Australia
- Member of the research team of Whistling While They Work 2: Improving managerial responses to whistleblowing in public and private sector organisations - an Australian Research Council Linkage Project (LP150100386) and the world's largest research project on whistleblowing
- Doctor of Philosophy, 2003, Edith Cowan University
Thesis: Moral Autonomy in Organisational Decisions
- Master of Business Administration, 1994, Edith Cowan University
- Bachelor of Business ( Accounting), 1989, Curtin University
- Tsahuridu, E. (2011). An exploration of factors affecting work anomia In: Journal of Business Ethics, Online, 1 - 9
- Vandekerckhove, W.,Tsahuridu, E. (2010). Risky rescues and the duty to blow the whistle In: Journal of Business Ethics, 97, 365 - 380
- Tsahuridu, E. (2009). Corporate social responsibility in a crisis and in crisis In: Sixth International Philosophy of Management Conference, St Anne's College, Oxford, 13-15 July 2009
- Kam, B.,Tsahuridu, E.,Ding, M. (2009). Does human resource management contribute to the development of logistics and supply chain capabilities? An empirical study of logistics service providers in China In: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the Society for Global Business and Economic Development (SGDEB), Bratislava, Slovak Republic, 27-30 May 2009
- VANDEKERCKHOVE, W.,Tsahuridu, E. (2008). Leaving the dice alone: Pointlessness and helplessness at Wernham-Hogg In: The Office and Philosophy: Scenes From the Unexamined Life, Blackwell Publishing, Chelsea
- Tsahuridu, E.,VANDEKERCKHOVE, W. (2008). Organisational whistleblowing policies: Making employees responsible or liable? In: Journal of Business Ethics , 82, 107 - 118
- Tsahuridu, E. (2006). Anomie and ethics at work In: Journal of Business Ethics, 69, 163 - 174
- Tsahuridu, E. (2005). Do managers leave ethics at home: influences on ethical decisions in organizations and their implications for moral autonomy In: Philosophy of Management , 5, 55 - 70
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