Steven Glasgow

School of Social Sciences
Steven Glasgow


Steven Glasgow delivers four courses across the undergraduate management programmes:

  • Management in a Global Context
  • Enterprise and its Business Environment
  • Intercultural Issues in Business and Management
  • Management Theories in Practice.

In his capacity as Year 2 Co-ordinator and Member of the Academic Standards Board, he is happy to assist Year 2 management course questions and problems, and issues of academic integrity.  


Assistant Professor of Management

Year 2 Co-ordinator, Member of the Academic Standards Board


Watson, A. W., Taheri, B., Glasgow, S., & O’Gorman, K. D. (2018). Branded restaurants employees’ personal motivation, flow and commitment: The role of age, gender and length of service. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management30(3), 1845-1862.

Sang, K. J., & Glasgow, S. (2017). Feminist Critical Management Studies in the Lecture Hall: A Space for Activism and Hope?. In Feminists and Queer Theorists Debate the Future of Critical Management Studies (pp. 85-102). Emerald Publishing Limited.

Bore, I., Rutherford, C., Glasgow, S., Taheri, B., & Antony, J. (2017). A systematic literature review on eWOM in the hotel industry: Current trends and suggestions for future research. Hospitality & Society

Gannon, M. J., Baxter, I. W., Collinson, E., Curran, R., Farrington, T., Glasgow, S., ... & Maxwell-Stuart, R. (2017). Travelling for Umrah: destination attributes, destination image, and post-travel intentions. The Service Industries Journal37(7-8), 448-465.

Sang, K., & Glasgow, S. (2016). Apathy, excitement, and resistance: teaching feminism in business and management schools. Palgrave Communications2.

Glasgow, S., & Sang, K. (2016). 8 Gender and Work-life Balance. Enterprise and its Business Environment. Goodfellow Publishing.

Jack, G., Glasgow, S., Farrington, T., & O’Gorman, K. (2015). 10 Business Ethics in Global Context. Introducing Management in a Global Context. Goodfellow Publishing