Mr Mark Burridge

Mark BurridgeLecturer in Management

Contact details

  • Tel: +44 (0)116 252 3954
  • Email: m.burridge@le.ac.uk
  • Office: Room 1.03, Mallard House, Brookfield
  • Office hours: By appointment

Personal details

My previous appointments include Senior Industry Economist at Oxford Economic Forecasting Limited and Visiting Fellow in PSERC at this University. I have also served as a consultant to a number of organisations including the European Parliament, European Commission and the Department of the Environment, Transport and Regions.

Teaching

  • Financial Modelling (MSc Accounting and Finance)
  • Research Methods (MSc Accounting and Finance)
  • Financial Modelling (MSc Finance by Distance Learning)
  • Business Environment (MSc Management, Finance and Accounting)
  • Business Environment (MSc Management)
  • Business Environment (MSc Management by Distance Learning)

Research

I have extensive research and consultancy experience, specialising in the areas of data analysis and forecasting. I have also written articles and reports on regional development, European integration and economic forecasting. My current research interests include economic modelling, public sector efficiency, teamworking and performance, high performance work systems, board/ownership structure and corporate performance, voluntary sector performance and management.

Supervision

Current students: Mazen Ahmed (The Local Determinants of Inward FDI in Oil-Rentier States; PhD, full time).

Recent completions: Elmar Puntaier (A Reassessment of the Size Distribution of Firms in Central Europe; PhD); Nil Gunsil (Banking Sector Distress in the North Cyprus Economy; PhD).

Publications

(with Wood, S., Green, W., Nolte, S. and Rudloff, D.), ‘Dimensions and location of high-involvement management: fresh evidence from the UK Commission’s 2011 Employer Skills Survey’, Human Resource Management Journal, 2015, 25(2), 166-183.

(with Wood, S., Green, W., Nolte, S., Rudloff, D. and Ni Luanaigh, A.), High Performance Working in the Employer Skills Survey. UK Commission for Employment and Skills, Evidence Report 71, July 2013.

(with Bradshaw, R.), ‘Sources and use of market information: an analysis of successful small and medium sized exporters’, Journal of International Business and Economy, 2008, 9(2), 1-17.

(with Öztel, H.), ‘Investigating the relationship between student achievement and e-learning: the case of an undergraduate strategic management module’, International Journal of Management Education, 2008, 7(1), 3-11.

(with Delarue, A., Van Hootegem, G. and Procter, S.), ‘Teamworking and organizational performance: A review of survey-based research’, International Journal of Management Reviews, 2008, 10(2), 127-148.

(with Procter, S.), ‘Teamworking and Performance: The extent and Intensity of teamworking in the 1998 UK Workplace Employee Relations Survey (WERS98)’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, January 2008, 153-168.
'Scale and Efficiency in the Provision of Local Government Services', International Journal of Business Performance Management, 10(1), January 2008, 99-107.

(with Tang, N., and Ang, A.), 'Development of an Electronic-Business Planning Model for SMEs', International Journal of Logistics, 6(4), December 2003, 289-304.

(with Bradshaw, R.), 'Practices of successful small and medium sized exporters: the use of market information', Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 8(3), Autumn 2001, 267-273.

(with Tang, N.), E-Business Management Laboratory for East Midland SMEs. Report submitted to the Centre for Enterprise. December 2001.
Scoping Study on Local Authority Fixed and Variable Costs: Provisional Estimates of Economies of Scale and Scope. Paper prepared for the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions. January 2001.

(with Bradshaw, R.), 'Practices of Successful Exporters: Development of Export Marketing Guidelines', Journal of International Business and Economy, 1(1), Fall 2000, 39-55.

(with Bradshaw, R.), Improving Export Performance in the East Midlands. Report submitted to the Centre for Enterprise. July 2000.

 

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