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Andrew Carney

Senior Lecturer - Business Management

About Research

Biography

Andrew has degree in BA (Hons) Economics from the University of East Anglia and, in 1989, completed the Certificate of Education course at Greenwich University. He completed his MSc in Environmental Management with the Open University in 2016. He has extensive experience of managing and teaching across a range of business, management and professional programs in both further and higher education institutions.

Andrew is an examiner for Kingston University Business School and delivers modules on the KU Management Degree network. He is also on the panel at Birkbeck University where he is currently an external examiner for the Faculty of Continuing Education. He is a member of both the British Academy of Management, Institute of Leadership and Management and HEA.

In 2005 Andrew joined the School of Management and Social Sciences at St Mary’s and is Module Convenor for the Accounting Modules at level 5 & 6 as well as contributing to other modules in the school.

Modules:

  • Management Accounting
  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Decision Making
  • Management of Organisational Change

Research

Recent corporate business failures and on-going exposure of business practises, good and bad, has attracted in depth scrutiny from stakeholder groups, ranging from investors and employees to pressure groups and regulators. As a member of the research Cluster on Globalisation, Governance and Sustainability in the School of Business and Society, my current area of research looks into some of the concerns and focuses on social responsibility and environmental initiatives, policies and claims made by organisations.

Professional memberships:

  • British Academy of Management
  • Institute of Leadership
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy