Morven McEachern

Prof, Professor of Sustainability & Ethics

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Biography

Morven McEachern joined Huddersfield Business School from the University of Salford where she held a number of research-led roles. In addition to a visiting Professor position at ISCTE Business School, Lisbon she previously spent over 7 years at Lancaster University Management School where her last role was Director of Undergraduate Studies. Her research interests lie within a variety of sustainable production and consumption contexts. This research has been presented at a number of international conferences and a range of academic journals such as Marketing Theory, Consumption, Markets and Culture, Sociology and the Journal of Business Ethics. She has co-edited various Journal special issues around her related research interests; contributed to edited books (e.g. The Ethical Consumer, Sage, 2005) and is co-author of Contemporary Issues in Green and Ethical Marketing(Routledge, 2014) as well as appearing on various media to talk about her research. 

Research Expertise and Interests

Sustainability - food ethics; business ethics; consumption ethics.

Social enterprise - social impact; austerity; food poverty.

Place - community spaces e.g. parks, greenspace

Research Degree Supervision

I am currently supervising PhD students who are focusing on sustainable consumption, social enterprise, ethical consumption and poverty alleviation.

I would welcome new students in areas around business responsibility; social enterprise; food and consumption ethics.

External positions

Honorary Professor, University of Salford

1 Oct 2017 → …

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