School of Humanities, Language and Global Studies
Fylde Building, FY435
Subject Areas: International Business Communications
Andrew has worked for UCLan since 2007. He joined The School of Languages, Literature and International Studies in 2013, where as an all-round academic, he combines research and practical experience in business within his teaching.
Membership of The School of Languages, Literature and International Studies Employability, Enterprise and Community Engagement Committee.
Grice, A. E. (2013) "dot.ANYTHINGs: Towards a quasinaturalistic study of market perceptions of value and competitive advantage" , 29th annual Conference of the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity, Amsterdam.
Grice, A.E. (2012) “Book review of Exploring Virtuality Within and Beyond Organization: Social, Global and Local Dimensions Technology, Work and Globalization”. International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments, 3 (1).
Grice, A. E. and Shah, M. H. (2009) “Domain Names: exploring valuation of intangible assets”, Irish Academy of Management. Galway - Mayo Institute of Technology.
Grice, A. E. and Shah, M. H. (2009) “Internet branding: investigating value drivers of domain name”, Academy of Marketing Brand, Identity and Reputation SIG. Cambridge University.
PG. Cert. Research Methodologies, University of Central Lancashire, 2010.
M.Sc. Financial Management, University of Central Lancashire, 2007.
B.Sc. (Hons.), Business Information Technology, University of Central Lancashire, 2006.
Member of The Lancashire Business School's Research Committee
Reviewer for four Journals, including International Journal of Organizational Analysis.