Experts Directory: business, law, tourism, politics

Mr Gareth Addidle

  • @ Criminology
  • @ Community planning
  • @ Community safety
  • @ Restorative justice
  • @ Trafficking

Professor Alison Anderson

  • @ Mass media
  • @ Nanotechnology
  • @ Environmental protest
  • @ Science communication
  • @ Communication of climate change
  • @ Change

Dr Jill Annison

  • @ Criminal justice
  • @ Probation
  • @ Adult offenders
  • @ Women offenders
  • @ Prison
  • @ Transforming rehabilitation

Dr Alison Ashby

  • @ Sustainable supply chains
  • @ Sustainability
  • @ Supply chain strategy
  • @ Global operations
  • @ Small business strategy
  • @ Economics

Dr Simon Ashby

  • @ Banking
  • @ Corporate crises and disasters
  • @ Financial crises
  • @ Financial services regulation
  • @ Financial institutions and markets (banking, insurance, etc.)
  • @ Risk management issues and events

Professor Sheena Asthana

  • @ NHS
  • @ Health services
  • @ Health resource allocation
  • @ Local government funding
  • @ Health inequalities

Sheena Asthana, Professor of Health Policy in the School of Law, Criminology and Government

Most people believe we have a universal NHS, where everyone has equal access to care. But by prioritising healthcare inequalities, economists have diverted funding for health care away from those who need it most – the elderly

Find out more about Professor Sheena Asthana

Dr Adrian Barton

  • @ Criminology
  • @ Criminal justice
  • @ Drug use
  • @ Alcohol
  • @ Child protection
  • @ Crime

Galina Borisyuk

  • @ International relations
  • @ Politics

Dr Gregory Borne

  • @ Sustainable development
  • @ Climate change
  • @ Risk governance
  • @ Surfing and sustainability

Rosie Brennan

  • @ Law
  • @ Immigration law
  • @ Asylum law
  • @ Refugee law

Dr David Brockington

  • @ Politics
  • @ Elections
  • @ American politics
  • @ Voting turnout
  • @ Electoral behaviour
  • @ Electoral systems
  • @ Beer and brewing

Professor Paul Brunt

  • @ Tourism
  • @ Tourism and crime
  • @ Higher Education quality assurance

Dr Adrian Barton, Associate Head of the School of Law, Criminology and Government

Policy makers’ understanding of the practice is limited, meaning that alcohol policies locally and nationally are failing to reflect its significance.

Dr Adrian Barton's profile

Dr Adrian Barton

Dr Graham Busby

  • @ Tourism
  • @ Film tourism
  • @ Literary tourism
  • @ Tourism higher education

Mrs Lynne Butel

  • @ International strategic management
  • @ Internationalisation strategies
  • @ Business networks, clusters and ecosystems
  • @ Internationalisation of small to medium sized businesses

Captain Jonathan Challacombe

  • @ Shipping
  • @ Ship operations
  • @ Maritime business
  • @ Ship brokering
  • @ Maritime environment
  • @ Marine pollution

Ms Penny Childs

  • @ Law
  • @ Criminal law
  • @ Sex, gender, desire and criminal regulation
  • @ Gender identities and law

Dr Andy Clark

  • @ Law
  • @ Property law

Professor Karl Cordell

  • @ Politics
  • @ Ethnic politics
  • @ Germany
  • @ Central Europe
  • @ German-Polish relations

Oonagh Corrigan

  • @ Clinical education
  • @ Bioethics

Dr Rebecca Davies

  • @ International relations
  • @ Global political economy

Dr Chelo De Andres Martinez

  • @ Spain
  • @ Spanish language and culture
  • @ Spanish cinema
  • @ Technology enhanced language learning
  • @ Second language acquisition
  • @ Reflective learning

Dr Gregory Borne, Lecturer in Public Management

This conference has really shown the power of surfing as a positive force for change toward sustainability on a multi-sectoral basis from grass roots through to the highest political level

Read more about Dr Borne's work

Mr Hugo de Rijke

  • @ Media law
  • @ Law, literature and film
  • @ Law, art and digital art
  • @ Obscenity law
  • @ Copyright law
  • @ Contract law

Mr Ian Deamer

  • @ Employability
  • @ Assessment centres
  • @ Development centres
  • @ Graduate employability

Professor John Dinwoodie

  • @ International shipping and logistics
  • @ Sustainable port management
  • @ Maritime supply chains

Dr Christian Emery

  • @ American foreign policy
  • @ Iran
  • @ American-Iranian relations
  • @ Cold War international relations
  • @ Middle East
  • @ Economic sanctions

Professor Mary Farrell

  • @ United Nations
  • @ European Union external relations
  • @ EU-Africa relations
  • @ Global governance
  • @ Governance of shared water resources
  • @ Global development policy

Mr Nigel Firth

  • @ Legal skills
  • @ Employability
  • @ Business law

Dr Gotthard Gauci

  • @ Law

Dr Daniel Gilling

  • @ Criminology
  • @ Crime
  • @ Crime prevention

Hugo de Rijke is Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Law.

We take for granted our access to justice – we pick up the phone, a police officer knocks on the door, and the process begins. In most areas of Sierra Leone, that is a complete rarity, so it is great to be able to contribute to positive change

Read more about Hugo de Rijke's work

Dr Patricia Gray

  • @ Criminal justice
  • @ Youth justice
  • @ Youth crime
  • @ Women and criminal justice
  • @ Penal policy

Professor Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes

  • @ Spanish
  • @ Spanish language
  • @ Linguistics
  • @ Sociolinguistics
  • @ Language acquisition
  • @ Psycholinguistics

Dr Victoria Jane Hamlyn

  • @ Law
  • @ Marine renewable energy law and policy

Mr Gareth Hart

  • @ Social enterprise
  • @ Social entrepreneurship
  • @ Ethical business
  • @ Civil society

Dr Alexander Haupt

  • @ Environmental economics
  • @ International tax competition
  • @ Economic integration and international trade
  • @ Migration

Dr Patrick Holden

  • @ European Union
  • @ Development aid
  • @ International organisations

Dr Shabnam Holliday

  • @ Politics
  • @ International politics
  • @ Iran
  • @ Nationalism

Dr Victoria Hurth, Associate Professor in Marketing

We are lacking a common language and vision of the role marketing can play in creating a sustainable society. This allows greenwashing to be rife and undermines the business case for sustainable business models – and the critical role of marketing in this

Read more about Dr Hurth's teaching and research

Professor Kerry E Howell

  • @ Governance
  • @ Methodology
  • @ European Union
  • @ Devolution
  • @ Europeanization
  • @ Regulation

Dr Mel Smith

  • @ Operations management
  • @ Business process improvement
  • @ Total quality management
  • @ Performance measurement

Dr Victoria Hurth

  • @ Marketing
  • @ Sustainability
  • @ Sustainable development indicators
  • @ Social marketing
  • @ Not for profit
  • @ Climate change behaviour

Dr Nigel Jackson

  • @ Persuasion
  • @ Political communication
  • @ Online political communication
  • @ Political marketing
  • @ Political PR

Dr Zoe James

  • @ Criminology
  • @ Criminal justice
  • @ Policing
  • @ Gypsies and travellers
  • @ Diversity issues
  • @ Hate crime

Professor Duncan Lewis

  • @ Discrimination
  • @ Bullying
  • @ Harassment
  • @ Employee engagement
  • @ Equality and diversity

Dr Zoë James, Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Criminology and Criminal Justice

When people live in poverty for a long period of time, their ability to sustain change is low. If you’ve spent the last 25 years not knowing how to behave, then trying to address those issues can be hugely challenging

Find our more about Dr Zoe James

Professor Shaofeng Liu

  • @ Decision making and decision support
  • @ Supply chain management
  • @ Lean operations
  • @ Resource efficiency
  • @ Knowledge management
  • @ Process improvement

Mr Jason Lowther

  • @ Law
  • @ Environmental law

Miss Ann Lyon

  • @ Law
  • @ Constitutional law
  • @ Military law
  • @ Employment law
  • @ Military History
  • @ Royalty

Dr Kevin Meethan

  • @ Tourism
  • @ Cultural change
  • @ Sociology
  • @ Visual ethnography

Dr Jonathan Moizer

  • @ Business modelling

Dr Fotios Moustakis

  • @ Terrorism
  • @ European security
  • @ Balkan security
  • @ Western interventions

Dr Ian Murphy

  • @ Peacekeeping
  • @ PMCs
  • @ Post-conflict reconstruction
  • @ Security sector reform
  • @ Arms control

Dr Robert Newbery

  • @ Entrepreneurship
  • @ Rural business
  • @ Business associations
  • @ Zombiepreneur
  • @ Business simulation

Dr Festus Oderanti

  • @ Information systems
  • @ Computer science
  • @ Business decisions under uncertainty
  • @ eBusiness
  • @ eHealth
  • @ Game theory

Dr Chris Pac-Soo

  • @ Criminology
  • @ Criminology - race and ethnicity
  • @ Policing ethnic minorities
  • @ British Chinese community and crime

Professor Duncan Lewis, Chair in Management

In the fast changing global labour market, workplaces are changing. Workers increasingly face uncertainty, amid demands for them to be more flexible, and such conditions are likely to place particular burdens on different groups

Find our more about Professor Duncan Lewis

Mr Richard Parkman

  • @ Organisational leadership
  • @ Events management
  • @ Team development
  • @ Emotions in the workplace
  • @ Food and beverage operations
  • @ Organisational citizenship behaviours
  • @ Leadership in the cruise ship sector

Dr Julie Parsons

  • @ Sociology
  • @ Health and sociology
  • @ Illness and sociology

Professor Salima Paul

  • @ Credit management
  • @ Trade credit
  • @ Working capital management
  • @ Cash management
  • @ Credit rating
  • @ Corporate finance

Professor Andy Phippen

  • @ Internet
  • @ Information Technology
  • @ Computing
  • @ Social media
  • @ Computing industry
  • @ E-safety

Professor John Pointon

  • @ Finance
  • @ Corporate debt policies
  • @ Corporate financial management
  • @ Financial risk evaluation
  • @ Investment appraisal

Professor Colin Rallings

  • @ Politics
  • @ Elections
  • @ Election behaviour
  • @ Local politics
  • @ Political change
  • @ Electoral analysis

Dr Piers Revell

  • @ International relations
  • @ Politics

Mr Paul Richards

  • @ Criminal justice

Professor Michael Roe

  • @ Shipping and ports
  • @ Maritime policy
  • @ Maritime governance

Andy Phippen, Professor of Social Responsibility in IT

Look at the world of celebrity and the number of famous people who’ve publicly admitted to sexting; we have music stars that repeatedly take pictures of themselves in various states of undress and share to their social media profiles

Read more about Professor Andy Phippen

Professor Adrian Sargeant

  • @ Fundraising
  • @ Public trust and confidence in fundraising
  • @ Fundraising regulation
  • @ Science of donor behaviour
  • @ Philanthropy in the UK and USA

Dr Richard Saundry

  • @ Employment
  • @ Employment tribunals
  • @ Workplace mediation
  • @ Employment legislation
  • @ Trade unions
  • @ Strikes and industrial action
  • @ Workplace conflict
  • @ Conflict resolution
  • @ Conflict management

Ms Joanne Sellick

  • @ Law
  • @ Water law
  • @ European Union law
  • @ Sustainability and legal education

Professor Peter Shears

  • @ Law
  • @ Consumer law

Dr Lesley Simmonds

  • @ Criminal justice
  • @ Crime
  • @ Victims of crime

Dr Oliver Smith

  • @ Crime statistics
  • @ Alcohol and the night time economy

Professor Kim Stevenson

  • @ Law
  • @ Crime
  • @ Crime history
  • @ Sexual offences
  • @ Crime news
  • @ Making law

Carole Sutton

  • @ Surveys
  • @ Survey research
  • @ Leisure-based sports participation
  • @ Sociology

Professor Michael Thrasher

  • @ Politics
  • @ Elections
  • @ Election behaviour
  • @ Local politics
  • @ Political change
  • @ Electoral analysis
  • @ Coalition behaviour

Andreas Walmsley, Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Hospitality, Events and Tourism

If tourism development is to become more sustainable, it needs to take into account the voices of various stakeholders and being neither locals nor tourists in a traditional sense means it would be too easy to overlook second home owners in this regard

Find our more about Dr Andreas Walmsley

Dr Sarah Tuck

  • @ Maritime commerce
  • @ Shipping and ports (environment)
  • @ Ports stakeholders
  • @ Grounded theory

Dr Panagiotis Tziogkidis

  • @ Economics
  • @ Banking
  • @ Efficiency and productivity analysis
  • @ Data envelopment analysis modelling
  • @ Real estate investments
  • @ Business planning

Dr Andreas Walmsley

  • @ Tourism
  • @ Tourism employment
  • @ CSR in Tourism
  • @ Tourism education

Dr John White

  • @ Advertising
  • @ Branding
  • @ Marketing communications
  • @ Marketing

Dr Craig Wight

  • @ Tourism
  • @ Dark tourism
  • @ Culinary/food tourism
  • @ Regional food and drink
  • @ Destination development

Dr Stephen Wilkins

  • @ International branch campuses
  • @ Transnational higher education
  • @ International student choice of destination