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Lecturer in Business and Management, De Montfort University

Adam joined DMU in January 2019 after completing his PhD at Aston Business School. His research focuses mainly on corruption within organisations and he is particularly interested in how social networks can be used to perpetuate certain forms of corrupt activity. Additionally, Adam writes about the relationship between historical methods and research into management and organisations. His teaching is currently centers around research methodology, business ethics, and organisation studies.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer, De Montfort University

Education

  • 2019 
    Aston Business School, PhD Management