Professor of Human Resource Management, City, University of London

Professor Rowley is a well known figure in the Human Resource Management and Asia business and management areas. He is the Editor of the journal 'Asia Pacific Business Review' and is an Editorial Board member for leading international journals. He holds several Visiting Professorships and Distinguished Scholar positions at leading Asian universities and Griffith University, Australia. He was technical advisor (research and publications) to the HEAD Foundation, Singapore, where he was Director of Research & Publications and helped establish its think tank on human capital.

He acts as an evaluator for several funding bodies and universities internationally. He is a respected author and has published over 500 articles, books, book chapters and other contributions and knowledge transfer outputs. He has worked and published with eminent and world-reknown thought leaders and management gurus, such as Dave Ulrich. He also writes regularly for several international business journals, magazines and newsletters

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Human Resource Management, City University London
  • 1998–present
    Professor , Cass Business School, City University
  • 1994–1998
    Senior lecturer, Royal Holloway, University of London
  • 1990–1994
    Lecturer, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University

Education

  • 1991 
    Nuffield College. Oxford University, DPhil
  • 1987 
    Warwick University, MA
  • 1986 
    Warwick University, BA

Grants and Contracts

  • 2006
    Academic Fellowship
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    Research Councils UK
  • 2004
    International Study Fellowship
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    ESRC AIM
  • 2004
    CSEAS
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    British Academy
  • 2004
    AIM International Study Fellowship
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    Economic and Social Research Council
  • 2003
    CSEAS
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    British Academcy
  • 1987
    Competition Award
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    Economic and Social Research Council
  • 1986
    Committee Award
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    Economic and Social Research Council
  • 1986
    Scholarship
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    Hulme Educational Trust
  • 1986
    Scholarship
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    Spencer Industrial Scholarship