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Professor Charles Harvey Joins Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Editorial Advisory Board

Cambridge Scholars Publishing is delighted to welcome Charles Harvey, Professor of Business History and Management at Newcastle University, to our Editorial Advisory Board. Charles brings a wealth of experience not only from the academic world, but also from serving on several boards in the public and private sectors, and will provide invaluable assistance in helping the board guide our commissioning focus.

Charles has had a long career combining academic leadership roles with research and writing on topics within the fields of strategy, organization studies and international business. Before moving to Newcastle as Pro-Vice-Chancellor (2008-14), Professor Harvey served as Dean of Strathclyde Business School (2005-08), Dean of Bristol Business School (1999-2005), and Director of Royal Holloway School of Management (1990-99). Along the way, he has worked closely with numerous blue-chip companies, including IBM, JP Morgan Asset Management, Airbus Industries, Bombardier Transportation, and J Sainsbury.

Charles explains his motivation for joining the Editorial Advisory Board:

“I feel honoured to have been asked to join the Cambridge Scholars Advisory Board. The timely publication of good research is fundamental to academic life. I am impressed by the facility shown by Cambridge Scholars to work with authors to bring out the best in their work.

Helping develop further this innovative collaborative approach will, I am sure, be a source of great pleasure and professional pride in years ahead”.

To find out more about Professor Charles Harvey, please click here.

For more information about the members of our Editorial Advisory Board, click here.

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