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Djordjija Petkoski/ Lecturer at The Wharton School
Lecturer at The Wharton School
Dr. Petkoski is a Lecturer and Senior Fellow at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and serves as a consultant and adviser to the World Bank, Organization of American States, and other development organizations. He is also the founder and managing director of Global CDL. He has held various senior positions at the World Bank, including head of the Business, Competitiveness and Development Program. During his 20 year tenure at the World Bank, he has also been a leading World Bank expert on private sector development, corporate social responsibility, business led collective action, business ethics and anti-corruption, e-learning, and knowledge exchange. He launched and led the Business Led Collective Action against Corruption international consortium of organizations and companies. He also led capacity and movement building for global action networks, such as MENA and Africa Responsible Business networks.
Dr. Petkoski teaches the course on Corporate Responsibility and Ethics at Wharton; has led the design and lectured at nearly 30 executive development programs; sits on International Advisory Boards; and has taught at executive programs at Wharton, Harvard Business School, and Joint Vienna Institute. He is an internationally recognized speaker and has delivered over 300 lectures at leading universities and international conferences, including Annual Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank and at the European Parliament. He is the author or co-author of 15 books and over 180 articles and reports. His work has appeared in leading journals and magazines such as Harvard Business Review and the Journal of Business Ethics. He has engaged with over 100 leading companies worldwide.
Dr. Petkoski was a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University in the early 1990s and a Visiting Scholar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1979-80. In addition to two Ph.D. (one in Economics and one in Electrical Engineering), he has an MPA from Harvard University.