University of St Andrews

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How to publish your academic papers on Amazon

As reported earlier, two of my papers have been published by GRIN this year, respectively a critical book review on employee ownership and an essay on doing business with the poor. For both papers I received a distinction mark at the University of St Andrews (which is equivalent to a ‘First Class’). GRIN Publishing in … Continue reading

Research at the University of St Andrews

I have not been very active here lately, which is mainly due to exams, job applications and master thesis. While I am conducting qualitative interviews with NGOs and the bottled water industry, some of my fellow students are doing surveys. It would be great if some of you could find the time to take part … Continue reading

Employee ownership

In his most recent book ‘Beyond the Corporation: Humanity working’, David Erdal, book author and Non-Executive Director at Baxendale Ownership, strongly promotes the superiority of employee ownership. He gives a wide range of best practice examples across industries from various countries, without neglecting the essential theoretical foundation of the concept of democratic employee ownership. The … Continue reading

Bubble TV meets the Management Society

In many countries student societies have a long tradition. This also holds true for the University of St Andrews, where more than 150 student societies are active. These range from academic (i.e. ‘Art History’) to fun and geek societies (i.e. ‘Wargaming & Roleplaying’). The last year I was working on the committee of The Management … Continue reading


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