Prof Miguel Martinez Lucio - further information
Miguel has taught a range of modules over the past twenty five years: Human Resource Management (both National and International), Employment and Industrial Relations, Public Policy and Management, European Public Policy, Research Methods, Management Theory/Business Environment, and the Sociology of Work. He has supervised a range of doctorial students and has taught on doctoral and masters programmes in the UK (e.g. Ruskin College) and in Spain (e.g. the University Autonoma of Madrid, University of Zaragoza, University of Seville and the University of Oviedo). He is currently teaching Contemporary Employment Relations, Human Resource Management (Context and Organisation), International Human Resource Management at the Undergraduate and Posgraduate level, and People Management and Organisations at MBA Level. He is the Director for the Masters in Science International HRM and Comparative IR at MBS and Head of the HRM,Employment Relations and Law Section within MBS. He is also part of the steering committee of the Fairness at Work Research Centre (FairWRC) and an active member of the European Work and Employment Research Centre (EWERC).
In addition, he is on a range of editorial boards and committees: the International Journal of HRM, the European Journal of Industrial Relations, Critical Perspectives in International Business, amongst others. He has been an advisor and evaluator for various bodies such as trade unions (e.g. UNISON, UNITE, the CWU, UCATT, the TUC nationally and regionally, and the ETUC) and public bodies (e.g. BIS, ACAS). He is a founder member of Critical Labour Studies and a member of the trade unions UNITE and the UCU.