Dr Steven Glasgow

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Dr Steven Glasgow

About

Dr. Steven Glasgow is an Assistant Professor of Management located within the Human Resources & Law group.

His administrative duties include:

  • Programme director for BBA (Hons)
  • Head of external faculty coordination
  • Member of the Academic Standards Committee
  • Staff representative for the Student Council

In the 21/22 academic year, Steven delivers four courses across the management programmes:

  • Human Resource Management (C18HM)
  • Intercultural Issues in Business and Management (C48IB)
  • Critical Approaches to Management (C19CA)
  •  Management Theories in Practice (C18MT)
Biography

Steven has been with Heriot-Watt since 2010, first joining the Edinburgh campus as an undergraduate student on the MA (Hons) Business Management programme. In 2014, Steven was awarded the ‘Moffat Scholarship,' a fully funded PhD scholarship at Heriot-Watt to explore gender inequality within the Scottish Tourism Industry. Steven then joined the Dubai campus in 2017 as Assistant Professor of Management.

Publications

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