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Dr Angus Robson

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Angus Robson 1The doctorate explored leadership and ethics in Scottish banking from the perspective of Alasdair MacIntyre’s Aristotelian ethics. Prior to undertaking the PhD, he worked in banking and in social enterprise, and this experience as a practitioner and manager informs his approach to academic research. 





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Faculty of Business and Law
Northumbria University
City Campus East

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Editorial: MacIntyrean virtue ethics for organizations, work and employment: What more and what else?, Bernacchio, C., Moore, G., Robson, A., Rocchi, M. 28 Mar 2023, In: Frontiers in Sociology
  • Aquinas’s Principle of Misericordia in Corporations: Implications for Workers and other Stakeholders, Robson, A. Oct 2022, In: Humanistic Management Journal
  • Situated masculinities and leadership in an all-male entrepreneurial team, Petrylaite, E., Robson, A. 21 Jul 2022, Entrepreneurial Place Leadership, Bingley, Emerald
  • The Presbyterian virtue of thrift in traditional Scottish banking, Robson, A. 11 Nov 2022, Faith Traditions and Practices in the Workplace, Cham, Switzerland, Palgrave Macmillan
  • Local virtues The case of the circus, Beadle, R., Robson, A. 5 Nov 2020, Virtues and Virtue Education in Theory and Practice, Taylor & Francis
  • Institutions and moral agency: the case of Scottish Banking, Robson, A., Beadle, R. 1 Oct 2019, In: Journal of Institutional Economics
  • Intelligent machines, care work and the nature of practical reasoning, Robson, A. 1 Nov 2019, In: Nursing Ethics
  • Constancy and integrity: (Un)measurable virtues?, Robson, A. Aug 2015, In: Business ethics: a European review
  • Masculinities and leadership in entrepreneurial teams, Robson, A., Petrylaite, E. 11 Nov 2015, Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) 2015 Conference
  • Masculinities and leadership in entrepreneurial teams, Petrylaite, E., Robson, A. 6 May 2015, Gender Confreat at Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship

  • Sally Wightman The Role of Tradition in the Conceptualisation and Experience of Meaningful Work: A Comparative Case Study of Christian and Secular Youth Homelessness Charities in the United Kingdom Start Date: 01/10/2019
  • Darren Redgwell Calibrating the Moral Compass: An Aristotelian Virtue Ethics Approach to British Soldiers Moral Agency during Complex Expeditionary Operations Start Date: 01/10/2016 End Date: 25/11/2022

  • PhD January 01 2014
  • Classics MA June 30 1992

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