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The following staff are happy to hear from potential students seeking supervision for a PhD in Management.

NameResearch interestResearch theme
Dr Keith Anderson Market efficiency, pricing anomalies, behavioural finance and bubbles. Risk, Innovation and the Economy
Professor Peter Ball Modelling and simulation, sustainable manufacturing practices, industrial eco-efficiency, energy modelling, performance improvement, supply chain practice diffusion. Risk, Innovation and the Economy;
Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Snehasish Banerjee Digital marketing, e-commerce, online user behaviour, human-robot interaction. Risk, Innovation and the Economy
Dr Lynne Baxter Performance improvement, supply chain management, gender and the management of technology. Management and the Humanities
Dr Adriana Cornea-Madeira Finance and macro-economics, bootstrap, fat-tailed distributions and structural time series models. Risk, Innovation and the Economy;
Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Alexandra da Costa Dias Quantitative risk management for finance and insurance, modelling of interdependent risks and extreme events. Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Beatrice D’Ippolito Innovation, influence of digital technologies on innovative activities, knowledge systematisation and reconfiguration, design and innovation, inter-firm collaboration as a source of innovation. Risk, Innovation and the Economy;
Management and the Humanities
Dr Anna Einarsdottir Gender and sexualities, personal and professional relationships, equality, diversity and inclusion, bullying, harassment and discrimination. Equality, Justice and Ethics;
Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Fernando Fastoso International and cross-cultural marketing, advertising, branding. Quantitative focus. Risk, Innovation and the Economy
Dr Phil Garnett Modelling and simulation of organisational behaviour, data mining and analytics, impact of Big Data analytics on privacy and liberty. Equality, Justice and Ethics;
Management and the Humanities
Dr Alex Gillet Relationship marketing, services marketing / management, sport sector (particularly football), Music industry. Sustainability and Resilience;
Management and the Humanities
Dr Alison Glaister Global talent management, institutional shapers and comparative HRM. Sustainability and Resilience;
Management and the Humanities
Dr Yoo Jung Ha Innovation strategies of MNCs, spillover effects, headquarter-subsidiary relationships, institutional shapers. Risk, Innovation and the Economy;
Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Shane Hamilton Business history, regulation, international business strategy, food and agriculture, technology and organizational change, risk management. Sustainability and Resilience;
Management and the Humanities
Dr Matthew Hollow Management practices in the British banking sector, fraud and white-collar crime, business ethics and corporate responsibility. Risk, Innovation and the Economy;
Management and the Humanities
Professor Carole Howorth Family business, entrepreneurship, governance and social values. Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Luisa Huatuco Sustainable supply chains, management of disruptions to distribution/logistics, high value manufacturing and complexity in the supply chain. Risk, Innovation and the Economy;
Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Nick Huberts Theoretical economics, game theory, optimal stopping problems, industrial organisation, corporate finance, investment under uncertainty (theoretical). Risk, Innovation and the Economy
Dr Carolyn Hunter Gender, abjectivity and feminist writing; play and humour within fun corporate cultures; and space, time and materiality. Management and the Humanities
Professor Fu (Jeff) Jia Agricultural supply chain management and co-operatives, E-commerce in agriculture, global sourcing and sustainable supply chain management and supply chain learning. Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Joyce Jiang Collective mobilisation of marginalised workers, trade union organising and renewal. Equality, Justice and Ethics;
Management and the Humanities
 Dr Ariadne Kapetanaki Social marketing, food, food waste, healthy eating, alcohol consumption, behaviour and social change, food policies, ethical consumption, consumer culture and sociology of food, practice theory, ethnographic research, experimental research and eye-tracking. Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Tina Kowalski Well-being at work, health effects of organisational change, the experience of older workers. Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Arun Kumar

Business-society relationships (CSR, philanthropy), emerging markets, global development, nonprofit management, social inclusion (particularly disability and caste), qualitative research (ethnography, participatory approaches, historical and archival research).

Equality, Justice and Ethics;
Management and the Humanities
Professor Philip Linsley Accounting risk disclosure and risk management; Douglasian cultural theory, grid-group theory and neo-Durkheimian institutional theory to understand accounting, risk disclosure and risk management. Equality, Justice and Ethics;
Risk, Innovation and the Economy
Professor Stephen Linstead Organisation theory and philosophy, aesthetic approaches to organisation, language based approaches to organisation, gender and sexuality in organisations. Sustainability and Resilience;
Management and the Humanities
Dr Nadina Luca

Social marketing, health behaviour change, inequality; community health and wellbeing; value creation, actor engagement, ecological models of change and systems thinking; transformative consumer and service research; food insecurity, food wellbeing and vulnerable consumers; sustainability, ethics, critical marketing and implications for public policy.

Equality, Justice and Ethics;
Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Viktor Manahov High-frequency trading, forecasting financial markets, artificial stock markets, genetic programming in financial markets. Risk, Innovation and the Economy
Dr Sumohon Matilal Narrative methods, accountability, calculative practices, small medium enterprises. Equality, Justice and Ethics;
Management and the Humanities
Professor Leo McCann Impact of large-scale economic change, work strain, work overload, organisational dysfunction Sustainability and Resilience;
Management and the Humanities
Professor Alexander McNeil Market and credit risk models, financial time series analysis, models for extreme risks, correlated risks, valuation and risk management of insurance liabilities. Techniques for back testing and validating models. Risk, Innovation and the Economy;
Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Simon Mollan Social studies of finance, imperialism, organisational modelling and complexity, business/management history, international business theory. Risk, Innovation and the Economy;
Management and the Humanities
Professor Daniel Muzio Professional occupations and organisations, institutional theory. Equality, Justice and Ethics;
Management and the Humanities
Dr Karolos Papadas Sustainability/green marketing, international marketing, branding. Sustainability and Resilience; Risk, Innovation and the Economy
Dr Fabien Pecot The construction and value of brand heritage, right-wing groups boycotts and relation to consumption.  Equality, Justice and Ethics
Professor Tony Royle Comparative and international employment relations, collective bargaining, employee voice, trade unions. Equality, Justice and Ethics
Professor Teresa Da Silva Lopes International marketing strategy,international business history, entrepreneurship and innovation. Risk, Innovation and the Economy
Dr Jane Suter Line manager devolution, employee involvement, small and medium sized organisations. Equality, Justice and Ethics;
Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Kevin Tennent Business history. Equality, Justice and Ethics;
Management and the Humanities
Professor Jacco Thijssen Investment under uncertainty, applications of Optimal Stopping Theory, timing games and incomplete markets. Risk, Innovation and the Economy;
Sustainability and Resilience
Dr Mike Tse Risk management and supply chain management, data-mining of big social media, decision support in risk management, warehouse management. Risk, Innovation and the Economy;
Sustainability and Resilience
Professor Victoria Wells Social marketing and consumer co-operatives. Sustainability and Resilience