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2017 Directors Report

List of Current BAM Fellows

BAM awards new Fellowships at the annual BAM Conference. Fellowships are awarded to scholars who have made an outstanding Academic contribution to Business and Management scholarship, as well as demonstrating a significant contribution to the community of scholars in the field and within BAM.

Current Fellows in Alphabetical Order

  1. Fran Ackermann, Curtin University
  2. Veronique Ambrosini, Monash University
  3. Neal Ashkanasy, The University of Queensland
  4. Charles Baden-Fuller, City, University of London
  5. Julia Balogun, University of Liverpool
  6. Greg Bamber, Monash University
  7. Jean Bartunek, Boston College
  8. Yehuda Baruch, University of Southampton
  9. Nic Beech, University of Dundee
  10. John Bessant, University of Exeter
  11. Jon Billsberry, Deakin University
  12. David Buchanan, Cranfield University
  13. Peter Buckley, University of Leeds
  14. Pawan Budhwar, Aston University
  15. John Burgoyne, Lancaster University
  16. Susan Cartwright, Lancaster University
  17. Catherine Cassell, University of Birmingham
  18. Elizabeth Chell, Kingston University
  19. John Child, University of Birmingham
  20. Timothy Clark, Durham University
  21. Simon Collinson, University of Birmingham
  22. Cary Cooper, University of Manchester
  23. Nelarine Cornelius, Queen Mary, University of London
  24. Sue Cox, Lancaster University
  25. James Curran, Kingston University Business School
  26. Rick Delbridge, Cardiff University
  27. David Denyer, Cranfield University
  28. Adamantios Diamantopoulos, University of Vienna
  29. Mark Easterby-Smith, Lancaster University
  30. Colin Eden, University of Strathclyde
  31. Igor Filatotchev, King''s College, London
  32. Denis Fischbacher-Smith, University of Glasgow
  33. Gordon Foxall, Cardiff University
  34. Arthur Francis, University of Bradford
  35. Caroline Gatrell, University of Liverpool
  36. Abby Ghobadian, University of Reading
  37. Keith Glaister, University of Leeds
  38. Gordon Greenley, Aston University
  39. Jean Hartley, Open University
  40. David Hickson
  41. Gerard Hodgkinson, University of Manchester
  42. Graham Hooley, Aston University
  43. Chris Huxham, University of Strathclyde
  44. Susan Jackson, Rutgers University
  45. Gerry Johnson, Lancaster University
  46. Andrew Kakabadse, Cranfield University
  47. Edward Lawler, University of Southern California
  48. Feng Li, Cass Business School
  49. Roderick Martin
  50. Sharon Mavin,Newcastle University
  51. Marie McHugh, University of Ulster
  52. Peter McKiernan, University of Strathclyde
  53. Andy Neely, University of Cambridge
  54. Nigel Nicholson, London Business School
  55. Nicholas O'Regan, University of the West of England
  56. David Otley, Lancaster University
  57. David Parker, Cranfield University
  58. Jone Pearce, University of California, Irvine
  59. Andrew Pettigrew, University of Oxford
  60. Michael Pidd, Lancaster University
  61. Gary Powell, University of Connecticut and Lancaster University
  62. Zoe Radnor, University of Leicester
  63. Ivan Robertson, Robertson Cooper Ltd
  64. Denise Rousseau, Carnegie Mellon University
  65. John Saunders, Aston University
  66. Mark NK Saunders, University of Birmingham
  67. Randall Schuler, Rutgers University
  68. William Starbuck, University of Oregon
  69. Ken Starkey, University of Nottingham
  70. John Storey, Open University
  71. Howard Thomas, Singapore Management University
  72. Richard Thorpe, University of Leeds
  73. David Tranfield, Cranfield University
  74. Rosalie Tung, Simon Fraser University
  75. Susan Vinnicombe, Cranfield University
  76. Christopher Voss, London Business School
  77. Robin Wensley, University of Warwick
  78. Michael West, Lancaster University
  79. Adrian Wilkinson, Griffith University
  80. David Wilson, The Open University
  81. Fiona Wilson, University of Glasgow
  82. Geoffrey Wood, University of Essex
  83. Mike Wright, Imperial College, London

 

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