Professor Sukhdev Johal
Professor of Accounting and Strategy
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: +44 (0)20 7882 6613Room Number: Room 4.11, Bancroft Building, Mile End Campus
Student drop-in and feedback hours
Wednesday 2-3pm and Friday 11am-12pm
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Sukhdev Johal is Chair in Accounting & Strategy at Queen Mary University of London. His current research interests include critical research on UK finance, how to adapt social and economic statistics to understand employment and wealth changes in the UK, how local authorities can adapt local CSR policies to promote economic democracy and local supply chains. He also has a long standing interest in financialization and its impact on business models with the most recent publication on the Apple Business Model. He is a long time research collaborator with the CRESC research team. Recent co-authored books include After the Great Complacence (2011), Financialization at Work (2008) and Financialization and Strategy (2006). Alongside academic publishing are public interest reports on public policy issues such as UK rail privatization, an alternative report on UK banking reform, regional growth disparities. All these reports received extensive publicity in the broadsheet.
- Froud J, Johal S, Leaver A and Williams K (2014) “Financialization across the Pacific: Manufacturing cost ratios, supply chains and power”, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 25(1): 46-57
Current Doctoral Students
- David Quentin, 'Materialist political economy of corporate tax'
The Guardian. ' How to build a fairer city', 24th September 2014.