Dr Siân Stephens completed her PhD in 2015, before which time she worked with a number of national and international charities. Her research interests include the interaction between the public and private sector, with a focus on the extractives, energy, and the transition to a low-carbon economy. Siân co-leads the Business Ethics, CSR and Governance research cluster and is the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Programs for the Management, Leadership and Organisations Department of the Business School.
Siân is the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Programs in the Management, Leadership and Organisations Department and specialises in teaching business ethics, cross-cultural management and research methods. Siân is the module leader for two post-graduate modules; Management in a Globalised Context and the Dissertation module.
Other Public Output
Schulte, Lisa and Stephens, Siân and Klindt, Mads Peter and Umney, Charles and Robinson, Bryan (2022) Wind Energy and the just transition. Political and socio-economic pinch points in wind turbine manufacturing and windfarm communities in Europe and South Africa. Project Report. The British Academy, London, UK.
Cillari, Azzurra and Stephens, Siân and Werner, Andrea (2021) Best practice in license allocation in the oil and gas industry: a review of five countries. Resources Policy , 74 . pp. 1-9. ISSN 0301-4207
Jeffrey, Heather and Stephens, Siân (2021) The subversion of women's anger in travel guidebooks. Annals of Leisure Research . ISSN 1174-5398 (Published online first)
Stephens, Siân and Robinson, Bryan (2021) The social license to operate in the onshore wind energy industry: a comparative case study of Scotland and South Africa. Energy Policy , 148 (b). ISSN 0301-4215
Stephens, Siân (2020) An autoethnography of respectful tourism: the double-bind of a female traveller in Morocco. In: Tourism and gender-based violence: challenging inequalities. Vizcaino, Paola and Jeffrey, Heather and Eger, Claudia , eds. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK, pp. 128-139. ISBN 9781789243215