Helen is a Lecturer in Organisational Studies at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University.
Helen’s research is highly interdisciplinary. She is published in philosophy (ethics, epistemology and ontology), heterodox economics and social psychology.
A monograph, Care Ethics, Social Responsibility & Organisations has been commissioned by Palgrave Macmillan for publication in 2022.
Helen holds an MPhil and PhD in Gender Studies from the University of Cambridge, funded by the Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust.
Prior to academia, Helen pursued a career in industry between her undergraduate and postgraduate studies. This career brought her into direct contact with corporate social responsibility, organisational culture issues regarding gender, leadership and management in the workplace, and has most recently led her to research in sustainable finance. Her work focusses on organisational ethics, including fiduciary duty, trust, and power in organisations.
Mussell, H., (2021) “The Silenced and Unsought Beneficiary: Investigating Epistemic Injustice in the Fiduciary”, Business Ethics Quarterly, 31(4): 549-571.
Mussell, H., (2020) “Leadership and the Fiduciary: Addressing Asymmetrical Power by Caring Well”, Paradoxes of Leadership and Care: Critical and Philosophical Reflections, Leah Tomkins (Ed), Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. (Series: New Horizons in Leadership).
Mussell, H., (2018) “Who Dares to Care? (In the World of Finance)”, Feminist Economics, 24(3): 113-135 (Special symposium edition on Sustainability, Ecology & Care).
Mussell, H., (2017) “The Nature of Social Responsibility: Exploring Emancipatory Ends”, Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 47(2): 222–43.
Mussell, H., (2016) “The Truth of the Matter”, Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 31(3): 537-553.