Dr Tom Buckley
Lecturer in International Business Strategy
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Sheffield University Management School
Dr Tom Buckley is currently Lecturer in International Business Strategy at the University of Sheffield. Dr Buckley received his PhD., which was subsequently shortlisted for two dissertation prizes, from the University of Reading’s Henley Business School in 2017.
Prior to his appointment at the University of Sheffield, he was employed as a research fellow at the University of Birmingham.
- Research interests
Tom’s research interests focus mainly on international comparative management, specifically the determinants of service sector productivity from a managerial perspective over the long run.
- Multinational Companies and the Cultural Industries: W.H. Smith in Canada, 1950-1989. Business History Review, 94(4), 699-727.
- Home-owned versus foreign-owned firms in the UK automotive industry : exploring the microfoundations of ambidextrous production and supply chain positioning. International Business Review. View this article in WRRO
- In the city: The John Lewis partnership and planned shopping centres. Business History, 60(4), 1-30.
- View this article in WRRO Collaborating Profitably? The Fundraising Practices of the Contemporary Art Society, 1919-1939. Business History.