Dr Andrea Werner has been working at the Business School since 2008. Prior to joining Middlesex University, she worked as a Researcher for the Institute of Business Ethics in London. Andrea co-leads the cross-disciplinary Business Ethics, CSR and Governance research cluster based in the Business School and coordinates the PhD programme in the Management, Leadership and Organisations Department.
Institute of Business Ethics
- Business Ethics
- Corporate Social Responsibility
Teaching at Middlesex University
- Module Leader MGT3023 Business Ethics and MGT3146 International Management and Ethics (undergraduate modules)
- CSR/Ethics Unit Tutor on MGT4814 Management Perspectives / MGT4804 Cross-Cultural Management and Ethics (MBA modules)
Completed PhD supervisions
Kien Do 'Factors Influencing Corporate Social Responsibility in Vietnamese Companies’
Adeyemi Adelekan 'Circular Economy Strategies of Social Enterprises in Lagos'
Chapters in Edited Books
Elf, Patrick and Werner, Andrea and Black, Sandy (2022) Advancing the circular economy through dynamic capabilities and extended customer engagement: insights from small sustainable fashion enterprises in the UK. Business Strategy and the Environment . ISSN 0964-4733 (Published online first)
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
Werner, Andrea (2021) Why do managers of small and medium-sized businesses seek voluntary Living Wage accreditation? – an exploration of choice rationales. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology , 30 (6). pp. 778-789. ISSN 1359-432X
Werner, Andrea (2021) Making the living wage work in SMEs: evidence from accredited employers in the UK hospitality sector. In: The Living Wage: Advancing a Global Movement. Dobbins, Tony and Prowse, Peter , eds. Routledge, pp. 79-90. ISBN 9780367514907
Werner, Andrea (2021) Living wage implementation in adult social care: challenges, solutions and benefits. Project Report. Middlesex University, London, UK.
AHRC Grant (2018-2021) Rethinking Fashion Design Entrepreneurship: Fostering Sustainable Practices
In February 2016, Dr Andrea Werner, together with Dr Ming Lim (University of Leicester), won a research grant from the Barrow Cadbury Trust to investigate the benefits and challenges of the adoption of the Living Wage in SMEs.