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Dr Nicholas Black

Job: Early Career Fellow

Faculty: Business and Law

School/department: Leicester Business School

Address: Hugh Aston Building, De Montfort University

T: Ext 6200

E: nicholas.black@dmu.ac.uk

W: dmu.ac.uk/bal

 

Personal profile

Nicholas joined the Department of Strategic Management & Marketing as an early career fellow in November 2016. Prior to this, he was at Manchester Business School where he also received his PhD within the area of organizational studies. Nicholas’s research vision is to understand how organizational behaviours affect societal wellbeing and promote changes that will better serve everyone in society. His research is multidisciplinary and spans across the elements of economics, philosophy, political economy and sociology.

Research interests/expertise

Organizational theory

Work and employment

Critical management studies

Qualitative methods

Institutional theory 

Qualifications

PhD. in Business and Management, University of Manchester, UK

MRes in Business and Management, University of Nottingham, UK

BSc First Class Hons in International Management, University of Manchester, UK

Courses taught

Lecturer and tutorial leader in Contemporary Management (CORP2165) UG

Dissertation supervisor in Strategy and Management Dissertations (CORP3400) UG

Dissertation supervisor in Dissertation (LBPG5017) PG

Module leader in Critical Management in a Global Context (CORP5068) PG

Lecture in Research Methodology (LBPG5018) PG

Honours and awards

Runner up best paper award for the University of Manchester doctoral conference (2016)

Best abstract award for the University of Manchester doctoral conference (2014)

Membership of professional associations and societies

A member of Organization Studies

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