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Sue Konzelmann


Sue Konzelmann is Director of the London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics (LCCGE) and a Reader in Management at Birkbeck, University of London.  She is also a Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research (CBR), University of Cambridge, and a Research Fellow at the Higgins Labor Research Centre, University of Notre Dame.

Her research has primarily focused on the effects of institutions and organization on economic and social performance. Within this, she has conducted research on corporate restructuring, corporate governance and employment relations in the private and public sectors, and the effect this might have on performance.

More recently, she has been conducting research into the dynamic inter-relationship between societal, economic and political forces and the structuring role of theory and policy to understand developments in global financial markets and the effects these might have on the broader ‘real’ economy with the objective of informing policy. 

She holds a PhD (1991) and MA (1987) from the University of Notre Dame; a Masters in International Business (MIBS) (1985) from the University of South Carolina and a BA (1982) from Trinity (Trinity Washington University) in Washington, DC.

Research interests include:

  • Corporate governance
  • Productive systems
  • The structuring role of theory
  • Varieties of capitalism
  • Organizational, industry and macro-system behaviour and performance in the financial and productive sectors of the economy
  • Public sector governance and management
  • Human resource management and employment relations

For further information, including a list of publications, please visit the School of Management

London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics

London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics

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