Dr Lucia CerviSenior Teaching Associate in Management Ethics and Sustainability
My research interests include organisation studies and the body, and the role organisations play in relation to reproductive justice in particular; feminist perspectives on the body and reproduction; relations between production and reproduction; critical perspectives on management and work; corporate citizenship and business ethics; global governance and human rights; and Foucauldian approaches to critical discourse analysis.
OWT512 - Advanced Study Skills
GHEMBA573, EMBA573 - Business Ethics and Sustainability
OWT101 - Management, Organisations and Work: Key Issues and Debates
OWT221 - Organisational Behaviour
MNGT160 - Future Global Leaders (Ethical leaders)
The Fertility Show as a Field-Configuring Event: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Cervi, L. 2017 University of Nottingham.
The Business of Reproduction: A Research Agenda
Cervi, L. 28/10/2016 In: Gender Equality and Responsible Business. Greenleaf Publishing
Constructing Bodies at the Fertility Show: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Cervi, L. 2015
The Product is Political: Business, Reproduction and Gender Norms
Cervi, L. 2014