Dr Andrea Werner is a Senior Lecturer at Middlesex University Business School specialising in Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility. Her research focuses primarily on ethics in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), on which she has published widely in leading business ethics journals. A specific research interest of hers is the Living Wage, and its implementation in SMEs and other contexts. In 2016, she won a grant from the Barrow Cadbury Trust to lead pioneering research on the strategies and practices of Living Wage accredited SMEs in the UK, and her research has been used as an invaluable campaign tool by a range of NGOs both in the UK and abroad. Dr Werner also has an interest in sustainable fashion, which she has explored in an AHRC funded project investigating sustainable practices in small fashion design enterprises.
Andrea Werner may be contacted through the following channels:
2 pages and blog posts
"Let them not make me a stone”- Repositioning Entrepreneurship
Sarah Dodd's thought-provoking seminar on repositioning entrepreneurship away from the 1%
Global Supply Chain Responsibility: Traceability and the resource orchestration perspective
Reports on a seminar organized by Middlesex's Business Ethics, CSR and Governance Research Cluster
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