Lecturer in the Political Economy of Organisation.
Now that Prime Minister Teresa May has signed Article 50, ULSB’s Dr Fabian Frenzel discusses the possibilities for post-Brexit immigration. There has been much debate about the post-Brexit trade deals for the UK, following the stated aim of the government to not maintain membership in the single market. Much less attention has been placed the […]
Dr Fabian Frenzel of the Management and Organization Division of the School discusses the Anti-Trump protests across the UK and what they mean for Brexit Britain. How are the two connected? UK wide protests against the Trump administration have hit the streets since the new president issued a controversial travel ban for seven […]
We’ve just published our third report to the United Nations Principle of Responsible Management Education (PRME) Initiative. Fabian Frenzel, PRME Officer and Lecturer in the Political Economy of Organisation, explains why. The Leicester Model emphasises an interdisciplinary, holistic and critical view upon management education. Our research, teaching and public engagement agendas attempt to expand the […]
This week the School launches its Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) student working group. Fabian Frenzel, Lecturer in the Political Economy of Organisation, explains why Founded in 2007, PRME is a UN led initiative which aims to redress the demonstrable lack of care and responsibility taken by managers of increasingly powerful global corporations. It […]
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