James is Professor of Marketing and Consumption, with interests in consumer culture, marketing theory and marketing systems. He is associate editor of the Journal Marketing Theory.
James Fitchett, Professor of Marketing and Consumer Research at the School, traces the historical evolution of socio-economic illness in a Midlands city UK Coal recently announced the closure of the last remaining coal mines in Britain. The proposal will see the pits face a phased shutdown, with UK Coal’s six surface mines being sold off […]
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