Research Output per year
Guy Bohane is a senior lecturer and researcher in strategic management, corporate social responsibility and business ethics in the Business School. Guy adopts a qualitative, action research and action learning approach to his research and teaching. His research and consultancy interests focus on two key areas.
Gambling Research - Guy is lead researcher on an Alcohol Concern Wales-funded research project reviewing the research and literature on the links between alcohol consumption and gambling in Wales and England.
Guy was also the lead researcher on two Southlands Methodist Trust (SMT)-funded research project which focussed on gambling and young people, as well as the social imapcts of casino gambling in Luton. The gambling and young people project is a critical assessment of young peoples' perceptions, attitudes and behaviour towards gambling in the UK. The research particularly focusses on students at university and is being conducted in collaboration with major gambling operators, charities and groups who offer support and advice on gambling issues. This project emerged as a consequence of an earlier SMT-funded study on of the social impacts of a UK local, provincial casino on key stakeholder groups (Bohane and Guerrier 2012).
Educational Research - Guy completed his PhD in business ethics education in 2008. His PhD reports on his practice and integrity as a teacher of applied ethics and critically explores the teaching and learning over a three year period with three cohorts of students learning management in a London university. The research continues within his current teaching practice to develop innovative approaches to the teaching and learning of business ethics on both undergraduate and postgraduate business and management courses in the Business School. This includes curriculum development and research into students' engagement with online learning programmes which is combined with a series of Careers Masterclasses and talks from leading UK-based corporations which has included, Barclays Bank, CocaCola Enterprises, BT, Quintain and Blackrock.
- Strategic management in international business
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Gambling Research
Bohane, G. & Guerrier, Y (2012) A case study exploration of the social impacts of a UK, local, provincial casino on key stakeholder groups, London, University of Roehampton. This project was funded by the Southlands Methodist Trust.
Bohane, G. & Guerrier, Y (2014) Gambling and young people - Entertainment or hidden danger?, London, University of Roehampton. This project was funded by the Southlands Methodist Trust.
Member of the Institute of Hospitality
Business Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability.
How can I develop integrity in practice through the teaching and learning of ethics in management? An action research enquiryAuthor: Bohane, G., 2008
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis
THE NATURE AND PROCESSES OF CREATIVITY IN SMALL BUSINESSES: WHAT MAY WE LEARN FROM A SMALL SOFTWARE FIRM?Author: Appiah , G., 5 Jun 2018
Supervisor: Ng, W. (Supervisor) & Bohane, G. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis