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Tameka Samuels-Jones

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School of Administrative Studies

Assistant Professor

Email: tsjones@yorku.ca


Dr. Tameka Samuels-Jones teaches Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability with an emphasis on developing country contexts. Her research interests include environmental crime and regulatory law. Specifically, she conducts research on the role of legal pluralism on regulatory compliance among legally autonomous groups in emerging economies. Dr. Samuels-Jones has received numerous awards for her work in this area including the American Society of Criminology’s Ruth D. Peterson Fellowship award. Dr. Samuels-Jones’ work has been published in various academic journals and presented at international conferences.

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Degrees

PhD Criminology & Law, University of Florida

Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Winter 2021 GS/FACC6180 3.0 N Sustainability and Corporate Social Resp LECT



Dr. Tameka Samuels-Jones teaches Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability with an emphasis on developing country contexts. Her research interests include environmental crime and regulatory law. Specifically, she conducts research on the role of legal pluralism on regulatory compliance among legally autonomous groups in emerging economies. Dr. Samuels-Jones has received numerous awards for her work in this area including the American Society of Criminology’s Ruth D. Peterson Fellowship award. Dr. Samuels-Jones’ work has been published in various academic journals and presented at international conferences.

Degrees

PhD Criminology & Law, University of Florida


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Winter 2021 GS/FACC6180 3.0 N Sustainability and Corporate Social Resp LECT