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  • Buscha, Professor Franz

    Research Director - WBS


    Franz Buscha is a Professor in the Economics and Quantitative Methods (EQM) department and a member of the Centre for...

  • D'Costa, Dr Sabine

    Senior Lecturer

    I am a Senior Lecturer in Economics. My work is in economic geography, urban and regional economics and applied international...

  • Dalton, Dr Kevin

    Senior Lecturer

    Kevin's Dalton's research interests are in the areas of organisational culture, development, ideology, politics, discourse and organisational behaviour. Kevin's professional...

  • Di Pietro, Dr Giorgio


    Giorgio Di Pietro is a Reader in the Economics of Education. Among his research interests are over-education, returns to education...

  • Dorsett, Professor Richard

    Professor of Economic Evaluation

    Richard Dorsett is Professor of Economic Evaluation at the University of Westminster and Visiting Professor at University College London Institute...

  • Ghobadian, Professor Abby


    Professor Abby Ghobadian's primary research interest is to examine the causes of variations in organisational performance, how organisational performance can...

  • Knowles, Dr Deborah

    Assistant Head of School

    Deborah Knowles is Assistant Head of the School of Organisations, Economy and Society within Westminster Business School. 

    She divides her...

  • Michielsens, Dr Elisabeth

    Principal Lecturer

    Elisabeth Michielsens - Principal Lecturer

    School of Organisations, Economy and Society (SOES)

    College: Westminster Business School (WBS)


    2016: PhD University of Westminster, HRM...

  • Urwin, Professor Peter

    Professor of Applied Economics

    Prof. Urwin has over 15 years’ experience leading large-scale evaluations for a range of government departments, including DfE, MoJ, MoD,...

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