Hugh LEE

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Dr. Hugh Lee is Associate Professor at Kedge Business School. He teaches Organisation Behaviour, Business Ethics, Human Resource Management (HRM), Diversity and Inclusion, Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Hugh has a BSc in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) and gained his PhD in public sector (health) Management from the University of Leeds, UK in 2006. He joined Kedge from Bradford School of Management where he worked from 2008 till 2018. Hugh has taught and managed Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral (PhD and DBA) programmes in the UK and in Singapore and has taught in Dubai, the Philippines and Germany as well as at Manchester, Leeds, York and Bradford in the UK. Hugh’s research is in the fields of Business Ethics and Diversity and Inclusion in this regard he has conducted research in the UK and Indonesia and supervised PhDs based in the Niger Delta (oil industry), Nigeria (Diversity),Tanzania (cement industry), Bangladesh (Ready-made garment RMG industry) and the UK (Careers advice profession). Hugh is an Associate Editor for the Business Ethics; European Review (BE;ER) journal.

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    TASSABEHJI, R., N. HARDING, H. LEE, C. DOMINGUEZ-PERY, "From female computers to male comput?rs: Or why there are so few women writing algorithms and developing software", Human Relations, 2021, vol. 74, no. 8, pp. 1296-1326 2021 Journal article
    WILSON, S., H. LEE, J. FORD, N. HARDING, "On the Ethics of Psychometric Instruments Used in Leadership Development Programmes", Journal of Business Ethics, 2021, vol. 172, pp. 211-227 2021 Journal article
    HARDING, N., H. LEE, J. FORD, "Towards a performative theory of resistance: Senior managers and revolting subjective(ivitie(s)", Organization Studies, 2017, vol. 38, no. 9, pp. 1209-1232 2017 Journal article
    Teaching domains

    Human Resources Management


    Research domains

    Business Ethics


    Cross-Cultural Management

    Diversity Management

    Human Resource Management

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