Dr Shelley Marshall - Researcher Profile

Shelley Marshall

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Department of Business Law and Taxation
Monash University, Caulfield

Contact Details

Tel: +61 3 990 31317

Email: Shelley.Marshall@monash.edu


Biography

Shelley Marshall is a senior lecturer in the Department of Business Law and Taxation.

Shelley joined the department in 2008, teaching, researching, publishing and supervising in the areas of labour law and development and corporate governance and accountability. Her research spans Australia, India, Indonesia, Cambodia and Bulgaria. Before joining the department she was a Senior Research Fellow with the Corporate Governance and Workplace Partnerships Project at the Law School of the University of Melbourne. Prior to her academic career, Shelley practiced as a lawyer.

Shelley has been closely involved in labour law reform, appearing before numerous Senate Committee inquiries. She has provided advice to the International Labour Organisation, with her work cited by the highest governing body, influencing international labour market regulation. She has provided advice to the government of Bulgaria regarding regulation of informal workers.

Shelley has also played an influential role in not-for-profit and charity regulation reform. The report she authored with Susan Woodward played a crucial role in the creation of Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

Shelley is the recipient of a number of large grants, which have allowed her to conduct major research projects internationally.

Her research supervision interests include corporate governance, employee participation law, globalisation and law, industrial relations, and law and development.

Shelley's publications can be accessed at:

http://ssrn.com/author=371858

https://monash.academia.edu/ShelleyMarshall/Papers

Keywords

Corporate Accountability; Comparative Labour Law; Law And Development

Qualifications

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY
Institution: Australian National University
Year awarded: 2015
MSC DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
Institution: London School of Economics and Political Sci
Year awarded: 2004
BACHELOR OF LAW (HONS) AND BACHELOR OF ARTS (HONS)
Institution: University of Melbourne
Year awarded: 1999

Publications

Books

Macdonald, K., Marshall, S., Pinto, S. (eds), 2012, New Visions for Market Governance: Crisis and Renewal, Routledge, Abingdon Oxon UK.

Mitchell, R., O'Donnell, A., Marshall, S., Ramsay, I., Jones, M., 2011, Law, Corporate Governance and Partnerships at Work: A Study of Australian Regulatory Style and Business Practice, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Farnham UK.

Macdonald, K., Marshall, S. (eds), 2010, Fair Trade, Corporate Accountability and Beyond: Experiments in Globalizing Justice, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Surrey England.

Book Chapters

Macdonald, K., Marshall, S., 2015, Transnational business and the politics of social risk: Re-embedding transnational supply chains through private governance, in Regulatory Transformations: Rethinking Economy - Society Interactions, eds Bettina Lange, Fiona Haines and Dania Thomas, Hart Publishing, Oxford UK, pp. 105-127.

Marshall, S., 2013, Responding to the underlying causes of the crisis: Why labour should not pay, in Poverty, Justice and the Rule of Law: Report of the Second Phase of the IBA Presidential Task Force on the Financial Crisis, eds Peter D. Maynard and Neil Gold, International Bar Association, London UK, pp. 115-128.

Macdonald, K., Marshall, S., Pinto, S., 2012, Re-thinking market governance, in New Visions for Market Governance: Crisis and Renewal, eds Kate Macdonald, Shelley Marshall and Sanjay Pinto, Routledge, Abingdon UK, pp. 1-15.

Marshall, S., 2010, Australian textile clothing and footwear supply chain regulation, in Human Rights at Work: Perspectives on Law and Regulation, eds Colin Fenwick and Tonia Novitz, Hart Publishing, Oxford UK, pp. 555-583.

Macdonald, K., Marshall, S., 2010, Experiments in globalizing justice: Emergent lessons and future trajectories, in Fair Trade, Corporate Accountability and Beyond: Experiments in Globalizing Justice, eds Kate Macdonald and Shelley Marshall, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Surrey England, pp. 365-386.

Macdonald, K., Marshall, S., 2010, Social governance in a global economy: Introduction to an evolving agenda, in Fair Trade, Corporate Accountability and Beyond: Experiments in Globalizing Justice, eds Kate Macdonald and Shelley Marshall, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Surrey England, pp. 3-33.

Jones, M., Marshall, S., Mitchell, R., Ramsay, I.M., 2008, Corporate governance, shareholder primacy and the interests of employees: Evidence from a survey of Australian directors, in Varieties of Capitalism, Corporate Governance and Employees, eds Shelley Marshall, Richard Mitchell and Ian Ramsay, Melbourne University Press, Carlton Vic Australia, pp. 158-187.

Anderson, K., Marshall, S., Ramsay, I.M., 2008, Do Australian institutional investors aim to influence the human resource practices of investee companies?, in Varieties of Capitalism, Corporate Governance and Employees, eds Shelley Marshall, Richard Mitchell and Ian Ramsay, Melbourne University Press, Carlton Vic Australia, pp. 245-276.

Marshall, S., Mitchell, R., Ramsay, I.M., 2008, Varieties of capitalism, corporate governance and employment systems in Australia, in Varieties of Capitalism, Corporate Governance and Employees, eds Shelley Marshall, Richard Mitchell and Ian Ramsay, Melbourne University Press, Carlton Vic Australia, pp. 1-15.

Jones, M., Marshall, S., 2008, What do company directors think about partnerships between companies and their employees?, in Varieties of Capitalism, Corporate Governance and Employees, eds Shelley Marshall, Richard Mitchell and Ian Ramsay, Melbourne University Press, Carlton Vic Australia, pp. 188-217.

Marshall, S., 2006, An exploration of control in the context of vertical disintegration, in Labour Law and Labour Market Regulation: Essays on the Construction, Constitution and Regulation of Labour Markets and Work Relationships, eds Christopher Arup, Peter Gahan, John Howe, Richard Johnstone, Richard Mitchell and Anthony O'Donnell, The Federation Press, Sydney NSW Australia, pp. 542-560.

Journal Articles

Rachagan, S., Marshall, S., Ching, P.W., Satkunasingam, E., 2015, Board diversity: Lessons from Malaysia, International Journal of Corporate Governance [P], vol 6, issue 2-4, Inderscience Publishers, United Kingdom, pp. 194-216.

Marshall, S., 2014, How does institutional change occur? Two strategies for reforming the scope of labour law, Industrial Law Journal [P], vol 43, issue 3, Oxford University Press, Oxford UK, pp. 286-318.

Marshall, S., 2014, Shifting responsibility: How the burden of the European financial crisis shifted away from the financial sector and onto labor, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal [P], vol 35, issue 3, University of Illinois Press, Champaign IL USA, pp. 449-478.

Marshall, S., Ramsay, I.M., 2012, Stakeholders and directors' duties: Law, theory and evidence, University of New South Wales Law Journal [P], vol 35, issue 1, UNSW Press, Sydney NSW Australia, pp. 291-316.

Pinto, S., Macdonald, K., Marshall, S., 2011, Rethinking global market governance : Crisis and reinvention?, Politics and Society [P], vol 39, issue 3, SAGE Publications Ltd, Thousand Oaks CA USA, pp. 299-314.

Mitchell, R., Gahan, P., Stewart, A., Cooney, S., Marshall, S., 2010, The evolution of labour law in Australia: Measuring the change, Australian Journal of Labour Law [P], vol 23, issue 2, LexisNexis Butterworths, Chatswood NSW Australia, pp. 61-93.

Marshall, S., Anderson, K., Ramsay, I.M., 2009, Are superannuation funds and other institutional investors in Australia acting like 'universal investors'?, Journal of Industrial Relations [P], vol 51, issue 4, SAGE Publications Ltd, United Kingdom, pp. 439-458.

Landau, I., Mitchell, R., O'Connell, A., Ramsay, I.M., Marshall, S., 2009, Broad-based employee share ownership in Australian listed companies: An empirical analysis, Australian Business Law Review [P], vol 37, issue 6, Lawbook Co., Rozelle NSW Australia, pp. 412-433.

Marshall, S., Mitchell, R., O'Donnell, A., 2009, Corporate governance and labour law: Situating Australia's 'regulatory style', Asia-Pacific Journal of Human Resources [P], vol 47, issue 2, SAGE Publications Ltd, United Kingdom, pp. 150-166.

Forsyth, A., Korman, S., Marshall, S., 2008, Joint consultative committees in Australia: An empirical update, International Journal of Employment Studies [P], vol 16, issue 1, Group Researching Organisations, Work, Employment and Skills, Penrith South NSW Australia, pp. 99-130.

Anderson, M., Jones, M., Marshall, S., Mitchell, R., Ramsay, I.M., 2008, Shareholder primacy and directors' duties: An Australian perspective, Journal of Corporate Law Studies, vol 8, issue 2, Hart Publishing, UK, pp. 161-190.

Jones, M., Marshall, S., Mitchell, R., 2007, Corporate social responsibility and the management of labour in two Australian mining industry companies, Corporate Governance, vol 15, issue 1, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, UK, pp. 57-67.

Barnes, A., Josev, T., Lenne, J., Marshall, S., Mitchell, R., Ramsay, I.M., Rider, C., 2007, Employee share ownership plans: Evaluating the role of tax and other factors using two case studies, Australian Business Law Review, vol 35, issue 2, Lawbook Co., Australia, pp. 73-92.

Anderson, K., Ramsay, I.M., Marshall, S., Mitchell, R., 2007, Union shareholder activism in the context of declining labour law protection: Four Australian case studies, Corporate Governance, vol 15, issue 1, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, UK, pp. 45-56.

Marshall, S.D., Mitchell, R., 2006, Enterprise bargaining, managerial prerogative and the protection of workers' rights: an argument on the role of law and regulatory strategy in Australia under the Workplace Relations Act 1996 (Cth), The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, vol 22, issue 3, Kluwer Law International, Alpen aan den Rijn The Netherlands, pp. 299-327.

Woodward, S., Marshall, S., 2004, The more the merrier? Stakeholders in not-for-profit companies, Third Sector Review, vol 10, issue 1, Australian and New Zealand Third Sector Research Inc., Penrith South DC NSW Australia, pp. 101-128.

Grants

Title:
Evaluating redress mechanisms governing the human rights practices of transnational business: lessons for institutional design and operation.
Investigators:
Marshall, S, Macdonald, K, Haines, F, Connor, T, Leader, S
Funding:
(2011 - 2013). ActionAid Australia [actionaid, AUS, NSW].
(2011 - 2013). Australian Research Council (ARC) [arc, AUS, ACT].