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New BAM Fellows Announced at the BAM2014 Conference

15th October 2014

BAM is pleased to announce that Professor Feng Li, Professor Roderick Martin and Professor Mark Saunders have each been awarded Fellowship of the British Academy of Management at the 28th Annual British Academy of Management Conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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.

Please read on for the profiles of the New BAM Fellows
For more information about BAM Fellows, please visit: BAM Fellows

Professor Feng Li

Position: Professor of Information Management
Associate Dean for Research and Enterprise
Institution: Cass Business School

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • 3 authored books
  • 1 edited book
  • 30 book chapters
  • 45 publications in peer reviewed journals
  • Over £20 million research funding as PI or Co-I
  • Best paper awards at BAM (2002, 2003)

His research has attracted substantial research funding, and significantly shaped management thinking and practice on how digital technologies (ICTs) facilitate strategic and organisational transformation in the information economy

Contribution and commitment to the well-being of BAM

  • Chair of BAM e-Business & e-Government Special Interest Group (SIG) (2003-2013)
  • Track Chair (and Co-Chair) for e-Business & e-Government at BAM Annual Conferences (2003-2013)
  • Member of BAM Council (2005-2007)
     

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • Associate Dean for Research and Enterprise, Cass Business School (2013-2014)
  • Programme Leader and PI for ‘SALT: Sustainable Business Models for Assisted Living Technologies and Services’, £2m research programme funded by TSB and ESRC (2011-2014)
  • Business Theme Leader for ‘Digital Economy Hub: Social Inclusion through the Digital Economy (SiDE)’, £12m research programme funded by RCUK (EPSRC/ESRC) (2008-2013)
  • Director of Business Engagement, Newcastle University Business School & Newcastle Science City (2007-2010)
  • Head of the Management Subject Group, Newcastle University Business School (2005-2007)
  • Director of Teaching and Learning, Newcastle University Business School (2004-2005)
  • Director of Business Development, Newcastle School of Management (2002-2004)
  • Director of Postgraduate Research, Department of Management Science, Strathclyde Business School (1998-2001)
  • Guest Editor of 7 journal special issues & Member of Editorial Boards for 10 journals
  • Member of IGU Executive Committee for Information Society (2001-2010)

Referees provided from Finland, France and the UK

Professor Roderick Martin

Last UK post: Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Director, School of Management, University of Southampton 1999-2005

Last international post: Professor of Management, Central European University, Budapest 2006-2010

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • Author of 12 books, plus 2 edited volumes. Most recent book: Constructing Capitalisms: Transforming Business Systems in Central and Eastern Europe (OUP, 2013)
  • Research publications (70 papers) mainly in industrial sociology, industrial relations, management and technological innovation, and management in Central and Eastern Europe
     

Contribution and commitment to the well-being of BAM

  • BAM Executive Committee (2000-2006)
  • Chair BAM Fellows Committee, 2001-2006
     

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • Leverhulme Emeritus Research Fellow 2010-2011
  • Commissioned reports for: ESRC, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Employment and NHS
  • Member, ESRC Research Grants Board, 1987-91; Member, ESRC Social Affairs Committee/Society and Politics Research Development Group 1985-91; Chair, Social Change and Economic Life Initiative 1985-90; Chair, East-West Research Initiative/Programme 1988-1995
     

Professor Mark NK Saunders

Position: Professor of Business Research Methods
Institution: The Surrey Business School, University of Surrey

Outstanding Academic contribution to business and management scholarship

  • 8 co-authored books, 3 co-edited books
  • 17 book chapters
  • Over 60 articles in peer reviewed journals
  • Editor of Handbooks of Research Methods in Management series (Edward Elgar) and co-editor of Mastering Business Research Methods book series (Sage)
  • 3 Best Paper awards at the British Academy of Management (2009, 2010, 2012)

His books on research methods are widely cited and are used widely, Research Methods for Business Students having sold over 300,000 copies and translated into Chinese, Dutch, Russian and Vietnamese.

Contribution and commitment to the well-being of BAM

  • BAM Council member 2011-date and academic coordinator of the Doctoral Symposium 2013 and 2014
  • Steering Committee member of Research Methodology Special Interest Group 2006-date; regular presenter at the annual workshop on teaching research methods
  • Steering Group Member of Directors of Research Network (DoRN) 2005-9
  • Representative on ABS/BAM Research Ethics Guidelines for UK Business Schools Working Party
     

Contribution to the general well-being of business and management education

  • Director of Postgraduate Research Programmes, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, University of Surrey 2011-2014
  • Head and Assistant Dean (Research and Doctoral Programmes), Oxford Brookes University Business School 2004-9
  • Head of Human Resource Management Research Centre, University of Gloucestershire 1998-2001
  • International Advisory Board Member, Center for Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis; Wayne State University 2009-date
  • Organised and delivered numerous capacity building and researcher development workshops and research methods summer schools for UK and overseas universities
  • On the Editorial board for Personnel Review (1999-date), Journal of Trust Research (2009-13), Research consultant for: Coaching (2012-date)

Referees from Australia and the UK

Posted by Khanisa Riaz - 
British Academy of Management

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