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.
Institute of Business Ethics
- Business Ethics
- Corporate Social Responsibility
Teaching at Middlesex University
- Module Leader and Lecturer on MGT3146 International Management and Ethics (undergraduate module)
- CSR/Ethics Unit Tutor on MGT4814 Management Perspectives (MBA module)
Middlesex Minds blog posts
Chapters in Edited Books
Werner, Andrea and Lim, Ming (2017) A new living contract? Cases in the implementation of the living wage by British SME retailers. Employee Relations, 39 (6). pp. 850-862. ISSN 0142-5455
Werner, Andrea and Lim, Ming (2016) Putting the living wage to work: strategies and practices in small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). Project Report. Barrow Cadbury Trust / Middlesex University.
Werner, Andrea and Lim, Ming (2016) The ethics of the living wage: a review and research agenda. Journal of Business Ethics, 137 (3). pp. 433-447. ISSN 1573-0697
Werner, Andrea (2014) Margin call: using film to explore behavioural aspects of the financial crisis. Journal of Business Ethics, 122 (4). pp. 643-654. ISSN 0167-4544
Fassin, Yves and Werner, Andrea and Van Rossem, Annick and Garriga, Elisabeth and Signori, Silvana and Von Weltzien Hoivik, Heidi and Schlierer, Hans-Jorg (2015) CSR and related terms in SME owner–managers’ mental models in six European countries: national context matters. Journal of Business Ethics, 128 (2). pp. 433-456. ISSN 0167-4544
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.
Editorial Board Member Journal of Business Ethics
External Module Examiner, University of Hertfordshire