Dr Adrian Monaghan
Senior Lecturer in Strategy and Corporate Social Responsibility
I joined the University of Salford in January 2010, having previously worked as a Lecturer in Innovation and Sustainability at Brunel University, a Research Fellow at UMIST and the University of Manchester, and as Manager of the Economic and Social Research Council’s Sustainable Technologies Programme. I am currently Programme Leader for the MSc Management.
I teach at both final year undergraduate and postgraduate levels, covering a range of subjects including: strategic management, corporate social responsibility, social innovation, sustainability and international business. I also deliver guest lectures on innovation management and on doing business in China.
My research interests are: i) historical socio-technical transitions ii) the multi-level perspective of transitions theory iii) system innovation for sustainable production and consumption iv) business in China. I am interested in considering PhD proposals for qualitative research in one of 2 specific areas: i) sociotechnical transitions for sustainability in China or Thailand ii) international business in China or Thailand.
Qualifications and Memberships
- PG Cert (HEPR) 2011
- PhD Management 2007
- MSc Business Studies 1999
- BA (Hons) French 1997
- Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy
- Member of the Sustainable Development Research Network
- Member of the Sustainable Transition Research Network
- Member of the Transitions Studies in Latin America and the Carribean, Asia and Africa Research Network (TransLACASAF)