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About Robert I Westwood

Professor Robert Westwood BA (Hons)(Sheffield); MA (Sheffield), PhD (Bath)
He was educated in the UK with a BA in Philosophy/Psychology (dual honours), an MA in Occupational Psychology and a PhD in Organisation Studies. Formally Professor of Management at Newcastle University, he has worked at universities in the Asia Pacific region, including Sydney University, the University of New South Wales and the University of Queensland.
He has published extensively on critical aspects of international management and organisation studies, including the recent books: Westwood, Jack, Khan & Frenkel, Core-Periphery Relations and Organisation Studies (Palgrave, 2014); Rhodes & Westwood, Critical Representations of Work and Organisation in Popular Culture (Routledge, 2008); Westwood & Jack, International and Cross-Cultural Management Studies: A Postcolonial Reading (Palgrave, 2009).
His research interests rest at the nexus of language - power - identity, but he also has interests in organisational change, gender and the meaning and experience of work.
He is on the editorial board of five journals, and former co-editor of Culture and Organisation.


Journal articles (43)