I have been employed in the international business subject group since 1995. My teaching interests are mainly in the areas of international business (and economic) environments.
In addition, I am the module leader for the dissertations on the MSc International Business Management course, and contemporary issues in international business on BSc International Business.
On the MSc course I have also taught the Research Methods and Principles of International Business modules. I was actively involved in the revalidation of the IBM course in 2010.
Between 2011 and 2018, I was the UG Programme Leader for International Business, Business Economics and Languages. This was a broad ranging role relating to academic quality and standards on the courses in this programme.
Since September 2018, I have been the subject leader for the International Business subject group. This multifaceted role includes providing direction and leadership for the subject group, deploying resources within the group, line management, developing staff, new product development, and quality enhancement.
I have substantial international experience, having taught on international Masters programmes, and involvement in international undergraduate collaborations. I am also part of the EPAS international consortium. I am an active participant in in the research culture of the International Business group, and I am aligning my research interests with those of the group. For instance at the moment I am researching Brexit and its impact on inward FDI to the UK.
- 1993: MA Political Economy, Other, United Kingdom
- 1993: PhD in Impact of Individual Employment Legislation on the employment relationship in the hospitality indust, Manchester Metropolitan University
- 1990: BA European Business Studies- German, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Member of professional body
- 2007: Fellow of Higher Education Academy (HEA), Higher Education Academy (HEA)
- The impact of Brexit on inward FDi to the UK
Sheffield Business School
Head, J. (2018). An analysis of different Brexit outcomes and their effect on inward FDI to the UK. Global Business and Economics Review, 20 (1), 1. http://doi.org/10.1504/gber.2018.10011027
Head, J. (2004). Does Individual Employment Legislation Constrain the Ability to 'Hire and Fire'? International Journal of Hospitality Management.
Head, J., & Lucas, R. (2004). Does individual employment legislation constrain the ability of hospitality employers to "hire and fire"? International Journal of Hospitality Management, 23 (3), 239-254. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhm.2003.11.001
Head, J., & Lucas, R. (2004). Employee relations in the non-union hotel industry: A case of "determined opportunism"? Personnel Review, 33 (6), 693-710. http://doi.org/10.1108/00483480410561565
Head, J. (1998). The Impact of Unfair Dismissal Rights on the Employment Relationship in the Hospitality Industry. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 17, 242-251.
Head, J. (2019). What are the economic implications of Brexit ?Business Economics: Pearson.
Head, J. (2018). The economic effects of Brexit on the UK.New Jersey
Head, J. (2017). Effects of Brexit on FDI into the UK.New Jersey: Financial Times Prentice Hall (Pearson Education).
Head, J., & Lucas, R. (1998). The impact of unfair dismissal rights on the employment relationship in the hospitality industry.
Head, J. (1996). Unfair dismissal in Hospitality: Research Issues.