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Dr Martyn Griffin

Associate Professor in Management and Marketing

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Associate Professor in Management and Marketing in the Business SchoolMHL 123+44 (0) 191 33 45185


Martyn has been an associate professor in management and marketing at the business school since May 2018. Before this he was a lecturer at Leeds University and secured his PhD from Newcastle University in 2010. Martyn is responsible for teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, carrying out research in areas such as workplace democracy and cultural perceptions of work and organization. Martyn canbe contacted to discuss his work or by potential postgraduate students interested in the above areas of research.


Chapter in book

  • Learmonth M. & Griffin, M. (2020). Fiction and the identity of the manager. In The OXFORD handbook of identities in organization. Brown, A. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 455-470.
  • Learmonth, M & Griffin, M (2018). Analysing Fiction: the example of women's work in Disney animations (1937-2013). In The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Business and Management Research methods: Methods and Challenges. Cassell, C, Cunliffe, A.L & Grandy, G (eds) Sage. 152-169.
  • Learmonth, M., Humphreys, M. & Griffin, M. (2016). Doing management education with Free jazz and Derrida. In The Routledge companion to reinventing management education. Beyes, T., Parker, M. & Stayaert C. Abingdon: Routledge. 178-190.

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