Guy Bohane

Guy Bohane


  • 230 Queen's Building, Southlands


Research activity per year

Personal profile


Research interests

Gambling Research -

His research and consultancy interests focus on two key areas.

Guy has undertaken extensive research into gambling. He was lead researcher on an Alcohol Concern Wales-funded research project into gambling in collaboration with the Royal School of Psychiatrists, Wales (2015). Guy is interested in developing research into gambling in the workplace and in sport.

Guy was also the lead researcher on two Southlands Methodist Trust (SMT)-funded research project which focused on gambling and young people, as well as the social impacts of casino gambling in Luton (2013).

The gambling and young people project was a critical assessment of young peoples' perceptions, attitudes and behaviour towards gambling in the UK (2014). 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.

Hotel Sustainability Research -

Guy completed a study into sustainability in the international hotel sector in 2013 exploring and comparing the corporate social responsibility and sustainability practices of five leading international hotel companies in collaboration with Hotel Analyst, London.

Research projects

  • 2015 - Lead researcher investigating ‘The Relationship Between Alcohol and Gambling Behaviours’ written in collaboration with the Royal College of Psychiatrists, Wales.
  • 2014 - Lead researcher for a Southlands Methodist Trust (SMT) - funded research project ‘Gambling and Young People- entertainment or hidden danger?’ .
  • 2013 - Lead researcher for a (SMT) - funded research project: A case study research project focusing on a large regional UK casino. ‘A case study exploration of the social impacts of a UK local, provincial casino on key stakeholder groups’.

Published Paper

  • Guerrier, Y. & Bohane. G. (2013) ‘Someone to watch over me’: surveillance within a UK Casino, Hospitality & Society, 3,1 pp.25-42.

Conference Keynote Speech

‘The relationship between Alcohol and Gambling Behaviours’ Dr Guy Bohane University of Roehampton Business School, London 1st Welsh National Conference on Excessive Gambling, Wales – 24th June 2014.

Conference presentation


Jagger, S. & Bohane, G. (2012), The Case for Compulsory Ethics, ABS/HEA Conference, Innovations in Challenging Times, Manchester. (24th April 2012)

Good Practice in Research Ethics & Integrity, 24th November 2016, King's Manor, York.

Professional affiliations

  • Judge for the European Business Awards (2017)
  • Member of the Institute of Hospitality (MIH UK)
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Association (SFHEA UK)



  • 2003 to presentSenior Lecturer in Corporate Social Responsibility, ESG & Global Strategic Management - University of Roehampton, London - Faculty of Business and Law.
  • Global Strategic Management (MSc), Applied Corporate Strategy (BA).
  • Collaborative Partner Co-ordinator with Schiller University based in Madrid, Spain. Responsible for ensuring quality assurance and faculty training for the delivery of taught and online degree courses at the European Campuses in Heidelberg, Germany, Madrid, Paris as well as Tampa in Florida.
  • PRME representative – Principles for Responsible Management Education (UN)
  • Validation panel member (2017 & 2022) – BA Classical Ballet, Royal Ballet School, Covent Garden, London
  • Research Ethics Officer in Roehampton Business School, 2005-2015.


  • The Case for Compulsory Ethics

    Jagger, S. & Bohane, G., 24 Apr 2012, ABS/HEA Conference, Innovations in Challenging Times, Manchester.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionpeer-review