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Joe Riordan

Lecturer in Economics and International Business

School of Business

Greenbank Building, GR265

+44 (0) 1772 89 4689

jriordan@uclan.ac.uk

Subject Areas: Business and Management

Lecturer in Economics and Business. Areas of interest include Sports Economics and Global Economic Environment. Refereed for Journal of Sports Management. Experience international partnerships and international recruitment.

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Lecturer in Economics and Business. Areas of interest include Sports Economics and Global Economic Environment. Refereed for Journal of Sports Management. Experience international partnerships and international recruitment. Presented papers at various conferences of EASM in USA, Spain and Germany. Worked in Russia, lecturing in Business and English. University business in China, Germany, Russia and Norway. Previous commercial experience as a Retail Manager, in Financial Accounting with KPMG in Germany, and as a Management Accountant in the National Hospital.

Qualifications

  • MA Economics.
  • BA (Hons) Economics and German (Lancaster University, 1994)

Membership of professional and learned bodies

  • FHEA
  • ISEA

Teaching activities and responsibilities

  • Module Leader in EC1401 Introduction to Business Economics and Finance
  • EC2002 Intermediate Principles of Economics
  • EC2102 Global Environment of Business
  • EC2105 Global Business Environment
  • EC4005 Economic Context of International Business.

External Affiliations and Roles

  • Previously Link Tutor for Cologne Business School.

Conferences

  • EASM 2005-2009
  • Post-Keynesian Conference 2008

Publications

“Social interactions and the Demand for Sport: Cluster Analysis in Economics”, pp 392-399 with Paul Downward, in “The Sage Handbook of Case-Based Methods”, (2009), Ed. Byrne, D. and Ragin, C.C., Sage, India.

”The Economics of Sports Participation: Some Longitudal Analysis”, pp 163-182 with Paul Downward, in “Threats to Sports and Sports Participation”, Ed. Rodriguez, P., Kesenne, S., and Garcia, J. (2008), Universidad de Oviedo

”Social Interactions and the Demand for Sport”, (2007), Contemporary Economic Policy, Vol.25, Number 4, October, pp 518-537.