PhD job market candidates

Our job market students for 2016-17 are listed below. Please contact the Doctoral Office (Tel: +44 (0)1524 510667, lums-phd@lancaster.ac.uk) for any further details.

 

PhD programmes

Accounting & Finance Leadership & Management Marketing
Economics Management Science Organisation, Work & Technology

Management (Including
Entrepreneurship, Strategy & Innovation)

   

 

Accounting & Finance

Jiancheng Liu

Jiancheng Liu

Thesis Title

Essays on Accounting Comparability 

Academic Supervisors

Steve Young
Zhan Gao

Research Interests

  • Non-GAAP earnings
  • Accounting comparability

 

Economics

 There are currently no candidates in this academic area.

 

Management (inc. Entrepreneurship, Strategy & Innovation)

Andi Rossi Abdul Razak

Andi Rossi Abdul Razak

Thesis Title

The micro-dynamics of routine flexibility: Insights from a temporary project team

Academic Supervisors

Martin Friesl
Martin Spring

Research Interests

  • Routine Dynamics
  • Strategy Process
  • Organisational Change

 

 

Leadership & Management

There are currently no candidates in this academic area.

Management Science

Mhd-Hani AlShami

     
 Hani Alshami

Thesis Title

Optimizing Television Programming & Scheduling

Academic Supervisors

Professor Michael B. Wright

Research Interests

Broadcast Media Planning & Scheduling
Organisational Behaviour
Operations Management

Marketing

Mohammed Cheded

     
Mohammed Cheded

Thesis Title

Blame it on her Genes: Risk Narratives and the Shaping of Markets

Academic Supervisors

Gillian Hopkinson
Alan Gilchrist

Research Interests

Market Studies
Power Relations
Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Markets

Jekaterina Rindt

     
Jekatarina Rindt

Thesis Title

Dealing with risk in business networks

Academic Supervisors

Nicholas Alexander
Stefanos Mouzas

Research Interests

Business Networks
Risk and Uncertainty
Organisational Artefacts

Tobias Finke

     
 Finke, Tobias

Thesis Title

Barriers and enablers of business responses to climate change: A network approach

Academic Supervisors

Stefanos Mouzas
Alan Gilchrist

Research Interests

Business Networks
Barriers and Enablers
Climate Change

 

 

Organisation, Work & Technology

Daniel S Lacerda

     
Daniel Da Silva Lacerda

Thesis Title

Civil society organisations and the production of Brazilian favelas: organising the socio-geographic space

Academic Supervisors

Karen Dale
Pete Thomas

Research Interests

Organisational Space
Discourse
Favelas

Rui Roberto Ramos

     
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Thesis Title

The role of information technology in the informal economy of Recife, Brazil

Academic Supervisors

Niall Hayes
Monideepa Tarafdar

Research Interests

Informal Economy
Information Technology
Brazil