|Position||Lecturer in Business Ethics|
Director of Studies for the Doctorate in Business Administration
|Location||University of Bradford School of Management|
|Department||School of Management|
|Telephone||+44 (0)1274 234462|
I supervise two PhD students. Monalisa Haque is conducting a qualitative study of how headquarter management in a large multinational company negotiates and implements corporate environmental policies in its subsidiaries in least developed countries. Ali Al-Ghenaimi is studying the formation, growth and survival of small entrepreneurial businesses in the Sultanate of Oman.
I also supervise two DBA students. Neil Parkinson is finalising his action research project that examines strategic change in the BBC. Nouf Alsowaidi is exploring the working lives of migrant labourers in Bahrain, with an aim of providing policy recommendations to the Bahraini government on how they can be improved.
Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities
International Business Environment
International Business Strategy
Corporate and Social Responsibility
International Business Strategy
Corporate Social Responsibility
I am an inter-disciplinary researcher. My early encounters with business and management studies occurred in the field of International Business. My doctoral work on cultural change in cross-border acquisitions took me from the International Business starting point into the fields of sociology, social psychology and post-structural methodologies. For the past few years, my research focused on business ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility topics. I approach these topics using political science and post-structural methodological and theoretical perspectives. The key theoretical notions in my work are relational governance, governmentality, sovereignty, ethical leadership, and discourse.
1st language: Russian
Additional languages: English
BA (Hons) in Business Administration from Michigan State University, Michigan, USA
PhD in Management Studies from Manchester Business School, University of Manchester.
My most recent research projects involved an analysis of how relational governance arrangements produce CSR practices in the Russian Federation, and a critical examination of the Russian federal government CSR policy.
Zueva-Owens, A. and Fairbrass, J. (2013), "Compulsory Voluntary CSR in the Russian Federation," EGOS Colloquium, HEC Montréal and Université de Montréal, Montréal. (July 4).
Owens, M. D., Palmer, M. and Zueva-Owens, A. (2013) “ Institutional forces in adoption of international joint ventures: Empirical evidence from British retail multinationals”, International Business Review, 22(5): 883–893.
Owens, M. D., Zueva-Owens, A., Palmer, M. (2012). “Partner identification and selection of joint ventures in international retailing.” The Service Industries Journal, 32(3): 383-410.
Fairbrass, J., Zueva-Owens, A. (2012). “Conceptualising Corporate Social Responsibility: Relational governance assessed, augmented and adapted.” Journal of Business Ethics, 105(3): 321-335.
Zueva-Owens, A., Fotaki, M. and Ghauri, P. (2012). “Cultural evaluations in acquired companies: Focusing on subjectivities.” British Journal of Management, 23(2): 272-290.