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Dr Charles Barthold


Lecturer
Strategy, Marketing and Innovation

Room Kh Bs 4017,
Kingston Hill
Kingston Upon Thames
Surrey
KT2 7LB

Phone:
+44(0)2084176643 Ext: 6643
C.Barthold@kingston.ac.uk

Biography

Dr Charles Barthold completed a Masters in Philosophy at the University of Paris-Panthéon-Sorbonne (2006-2008) and a Masters in Social Sciences at Sciences-po Paris (2007-2009). Then, he was awarded a Graduate Teaching Assistantship at the School of Management of the University of Leicester. This allowed him to complete a PHD without corrections (2010-2015).  Charles is interested in the intersection of corporate governance, financialisation and political and ethical responses to it. Similarly, he is interested in poststructuralist research methods and corporate social responsibility. His papers have been accepted by the British Academy of Management and Critical Management Studies among others.

 

 

Expertise

1/ Intersection of politics, ethics and financialisation

2/ Poststructuralist Research Methods

3/ Corporate Social Responsibility

Research Interest(s)

Intersection of politics, ethics and financialisation, Poststructuralist Research Methods, Corporate Social Responsibility

Teaching

Management, Strategy & Organisation for undergraduates

International Business Environment for postgraduates

Experience

Ad hoc reviewer for Business Ethics: A European review, Ephemera. Theory & Politics in Organisation and the British Academy of Management.

 Prior to joining Kingston University London, Charles was a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the School of Management of the University of Leicester (2010-2014).

 

 

 

 

Memberships

Member of the British Academy of Management

Member of the Centre for Philosophy and Political Economy (University of Leicester)

Recent Publications

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Article

Barthold, Charles (2013) Corporate social responsibility, collaboration and depoliticisation. Business Ethics: A European Review, 22(4), pp. 393-403. ISSN (print) 0962-8770

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