Andrew is a research assistant on sustainability at UTS. His areas of research and expertise include environmental law and governance, organisational change, corporate social responsibility and sustainability.
He has jointly authored a number of journal articles, conference papers and book chapters with Professor Suzanne Benn, who holds the Chair of Sustainable Business at UTS, Emeritus Professor Dexter Dunphy of the School of Management at UTS, and others. These publications have covered a range of issues connected with governance, sustainability, corporate social responsibility and community participation.
He has also been a practising lawyer since 1975.
Research Assistant/lecturer, Faculty of Business, University of Technology, Sydney
Research Assistant ARIES, Department of Environment and Geography, Macquarie University
University of Sydney, PhD Environmental Law (water governance)
University of Sydney, Master of Environmental Law
University of Sydney, Bachelor of Laws
University of Sydney, Bachelor of Arts
Watering down participation: an Australian case study of technocratic resistance to distributed management, Academy of Management Conference, Boston
Learning and Change for Sustainability Reconsidered: A Role for Boundary Objects, Academy of Management Learning & Education
Governance of Environmental Risk: New Approaches to Managing Stakeholder Involvement, Journal of Environmental Management
Governance, Technoscience and Sub-Politics: An Exploratory Study of Ecological Modernisation in China., University of Technology, Sydney School of Management Working Paper Series
Towards a Model of Governance for Sustainability: Networks, Shared Values and New Knowledge., Corporate Governance and Sustainability: Challenges for Theory and Practice