Meet our academic staff
Meet the academic experts who’ll be teaching you at postgraduate level in each of our subject areas.
Mumin's research interests span the digital economy and the implications of digital innovation on individuals, businesses, and societies.
Oksana's research interests are focused on three areas: reforming public sector accounting in emerging and developing economies; auditing; and an interdisciplinary perspective of accounting.
Michelle has been lecturing at Loughborough for 15 years now at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and her areas of expertise are international business, strategy and governance.
Nikos’s research interests broadly lie in the interface and applications of mathematical optimisation, decision theory/analysis and economics.
Albert has over 10 years of teaching experience and leads various leadership and HRM modules across the department.
Nishat’s research interests primarily focus on servant leadership, abusive supervision, micro-level social responsibility and employee wellbeing.
Nick has held senior roles at small to medium firms, international corporations, and started his own businesses.
Dr Barnard's research focuses largely on gender, organisations, sociology of higher education, and sociological research in science, engineering and technology.
Nicholas's research interests lie principally in how organisations impact people and society.
Kate is currently the Programme Lead for International Business MSc. Her research interests include economic development, place-based partnerships, collaboration and service co-production.
Giovanni has written extensively on systemic risk and is a leading expert on credit derivatives markets. His work has been published in leading academic journals in finance and economics.
Vitor's expertise lies in economic growth and business cycles; fiscal and monetary policy; political economy; health economics; applied econometrics; duration analysis.
Dr Chen's research focusses on financial literacy, corporate and social responsibility, information disclosure, and banking and financial institutions.
Ali's current areas of interest are the developing economy frictions of formal and informal labour, product and credit markets, and economic growth at the firm level.
Maxine’s research interests lie mainly in the field of international education (specifically student mobility) and the development of entrepreneurial attitudes and behaviour.
Iain is the Programme Lead for the Business Psychology and Work Psychology MSc degrees. His research focuses on selection and assessment, work behaviour productivity and bullying at work.
Huw is the Programme Lead for Economics and Finance MSc. He has been researching the economics of globalisation, international economic relations and international business for many years.
Suzanne's research is interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary, mainly focused on the role of language in various social media platforms.
Fiona had a successful commercial career in retail management and since becoming an academic has worked on projects to advance research in digital marketing and online retail management.
Alessandra is an applied microeconomist and has contributed to several consulting projects for both public and private institutions on a variety of topics.
As a decision scientist, Alberto has extensive consulting and research experience in heath, transport, construction, government and defence.
Stephen leads the MSc degree programmes in Finance, and joined Loughborough in 2013 after a career in investment banking and consultancy.
Dr Georgiadou lectures in international business, international negotiations, and enterprise and employability, with research interests in international business and commercial diplomacy.
Among Professor Gruber’s current main research interests are service failure and recovery, service robotics and transformative service research.
Dr Gwa teaches in operations management, quantitative business skills, and global logistics and supply chain management.
Chris has worked at the interface of business and technology for over 30 years with a range of international business organisations.
Qilin's expertise is related to family firms SEW, family resources and family innovation.
Uchitha leads the Information Systems and Digital Innovation MSc. He has published research in various renowned conferences, books and journals, and has won two best paper awards.
Peter is interested by the digital economy and the effects of digitization on business and society. He is developing a research stream related to the attention economy.
Allyson's areas of interest are economic growth, international trade, structural change, productivity and macroeconomics.
Olga’s research interests include the impact of work design and the built environment on work outcomes and occupational health.
Jingsi’s research covers a wide range of topics including corporate insolvency, dividend policies, managerial overconfidence and equity issuance market (IPO and SEO).
Baibing’s research focuses on statistical machine learning and data mining covering a wide range of topics such as predictive modelling, dimension reduction, and forecasting.
Dong’s main research interests include revenue management and pricing, choice modelling, and scheduling and resource allocation (in healthcare in particular).
Rachael is passionate about active learning opportunities and championing employability and sustainability in marketing.
Professor Michaelidou’s research interests lie in the area of consumer behaviour and specifically personality traits, emotions and health behaviours, as well as social media usage.
Professor Milne has held positions in several higher education institutions as well as organiations including the Bank of England, HM Treasury and the National Statistical Office of Malawi.
Arinze's research interest focuses on the interface between organisational sustainability strategies, managerial networking relationships, emerging market strategies and market performance.
Kayode is a multidisciplinary researcher keen to conduct micro and macro-level research that informs the management of organisational IT and public policy.
Destina’s research lies in the area of innovation and strategy with interest in open and collaborative innovation, innovation capabilities, and global innovation networks.
Grammatoula is Programme Lead for Business Analytics MSc and her research interest focuses upon optimisation techniques.
Anna is Programme Lead for Social Science Research (Business and Management Studies) MSc. She holds a track record of publishing in leading academic journals.
Simona's research relates to the use of economics in decision making, particularly in the area of health and wellbeing.
Clare’s main research interests are digital preservation, selection and censorship, and archives and community engagement in business.
Michelle's research interests relate to the sociology of entrepreneurship, refugee entrepreneurship, social inclusion and social enterprise.
Dr Robertson’s research concentrates on strategy dynamics, modelling the interaction of firms, societies and individuals.
Andrew is Programme Lead for Human Resource Management MSc and has over 20 years’ experience of academic leadership, teaching and programme leadership at university level.
Brian is Programme Lead for Marketing MSc, an accomplished and qualified educator with over 20 years' commercial experience in the communication industry.
Eva’s research focuses on precarious employment situations and how these affect wellbeing, identity and behaviour, publishing her research in leading academic journals.
Natalie has worked in careers education for several years and leads the 'Personal Development for Employability' module.
Jo is an academic and practitioner whose research focuses on leadership emergence and effectiveness in complex work environments.
Kavita's research interests lie in the areas of applied financial economics and macroeconomics, time series econometrics and forecasting.
Dr Stacey's expertise lies in managing games development and designing positive environments for creativity and cancer care. His current research focuses on emotion in information systems.
Vidya’s research investigates the relation between corporate governance (ownership structure in particular) and strategic management in emerging market firms.
Dr Sykora is a multidisciplinary scholar at the frontier of computational social media research and sentiment analysis.
Antuela is an expert in developing quantitative and qualitative modelling approaches to support stakeholder engagement, primarily in health and social care.
Dr Tee is an expert in financial investment risk. He has published in the areas of risk valuation/assessment and the potential risk issues and effects following the 2008 credit crisis.
Cheryl's research interests and publications have mainly been in areas such as occupational stress, management of change, and women in management.
Thomas’s research focuses on firm performance and its drivers including optimal structure, ownership, internal organisation and management practices.
Clive’s research interests are generally concerned with the experience of work, with a more specific interest in IT work. Clive's work has been published in leading journals.
Andrew has a strong international research profile with interests in the areas of investments, empirical finance, commodities and market efficiency.
Petros's research interests are interdisciplinary and lie in corporate accounting and accountability, corporate social (and environmental) reporting, and corporate social responsibility.
Haofeng's research interests include marketplace lending, FinTech disruption in the financial sector, textual analysis in accounting and finance, and machine learning in finance.
Meilan’s research interests are mainly focused on banking regulation and supervision, financial risk measurement and management, and sustainable finance.
Huainan's main research interests are in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and financial markets.
Angelika is Programme Lead for Management MSc, with her interdisciplinary research on cross-boundary collaboration contributing to scholarship and practice.