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Andreas is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in International Management. He is the Deputy Director of the International Management MSc; and leads the delivery of Comparative Business Management (undergraduate) and European Business (postgraduate) modules. He received his PhD from the London School of Economics (LSE) and has worked as a researcher in large EU-funded projects (DYNAMO, RECWOWE).

His research is published in academic journals such as: British Journal of Industrial Relations; Work Employment & Society; Business History; ILR Review; International Journal of HRM; among others. His op-eds appeared in outlets such as: LSE Business Review, The Conversation, Business Horizons, ETUI Policy Briefs, Transfer, Employee Benefits Connect, and others. He was a visitor at several universities, for example, the University of Amsterdam; the National University of Ireland (Galway); and the European University Institute (Florence). He has been a member of journal Editorial Boards and he is a Fellow of the UK’s Higher Education Academy.

Andreas acted as an expert assessor for the European Commission, the British Council, the Economic and Social Research Council, and the European Cooperation in Science and Technology. Past prizes, honours and distinctions include: Teaching Award Nominations (King's College London); Inspiring Leadership in Society Prize (NUI); the ‘Mike Rose’ Prize (WES) and the ‘Keith Thurley’ Prize (LSE). In his research he applies a comparative and institutional perspective on topics of comparative management, HRM and employment relations.

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