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BA (Hons), PhD
Business and Management
Oxford Brookes Business School
+44 (0) 1865485747
Simon Adderley is a Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship.
Simon is the subject co-ordinator for the BA (Hons) in Business, Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
Simon leads or teaches on the following modules:
Simon's research interests focus upon the changing paradigms of business and the development of economic and social welfare policies in a time of demographic and environmental flux. He is currently developing research projects around social enterprises and co-produced and co-delivered services. He has a strong focus upon the development of new operational mechanisms within public sector agencies which are designed to re-conceive the relationship between the state and citizen.
Simon is currently working on the following research projects:
Adderley, S. (2016) “The Role of Social Innovation in the new devolved public policy landscape”, International Social Innovation Research Conference, Glasgow Caledonian University, 4th-6th September
Adderley, S. (2015) “Social entrepreneurship operational logics in light of different
institutional contexts: A comparison of UK, Germany and Cyprus”, International Social Innovation Research Conference, University of York, 8th-11th September
Adderley, S. (2012) “Who’s influencing whom? A case study in sustainable business partnerships”, British Academy of Management Conference, Cardiff University, 11-13th September.
Adderley, S. (1999) “British Idealists and early Twentieth Century welfare”, The Resilience of Democracy Conference, University of Leicester, 4 April.
Adderley, S. (1999) “Idealist concepts of citizenship in the early Twentieth Century”, Political philosophy in the Twentieth Century Conference, University of Wales, Bangor, 1-3 September.
Reports and Strategies
Bernini, M, Riley, R. Rincón Aznar, A. Barbera, B, Bratus, A. Sambin, N. Adderley, S. Mulhall, R, Nathan, M. Ramirez, P. (2015), Industrial Clusters in England, Report for the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills
Adderley, S. with Sidsaph, H, (2014) Attitudes Towards Implementation of non-discriminative Legislation for EGDF
Adderley, S. with Russell, N. and Harris, P. (2011) The Economic Impact Assessment of Bank of America Europe Card Services (MBNA)
Adderley, S. with Russell, N. and Harris, P. (2011) An interim review into the impact of the Financial Services Sector in West Cheshire and Chester and its immediate sub-region
Adderley, S. and Russell, N. (2011) Student Fees: Attitudes and Perspectives of Current Students
Adderley, S. and Russell, N. (December, 2010) Tatton Park Biennial Art Exhibition: Economic Impact and Evaluation Study
Adderley, S. with Russell, N. and Evans, A. (December, 2010) Rough Hill Dairy (Meadow Foods Limited): Independent Economic Impact Assessment
Adderley, S. Lomas, I, Lewis, C, (2009) Evaluation of the Greets Green New Deal for Communities Programme, Liverpool, Community Concepts
Adderley, S. (2008) Review into Capacity Builders Programme, Cabinet Office
Liverpool Employment Strategy (2007)
Liverpool City Region Economic Development Strategy, (2007)
Economic Development Theme of the Cheshire Local Area Agreement (2006)
Adderley, S. (2004) Give it out: A report into street prostitution and homelessness in Stoke on Trent, Home Office
British Academy of Management Conference
Social Enterprise Journal
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research