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RA6a: Additional observations, Evidence of esteem

Evidence of Esteem
a. Editorship of Journals/Refereeing

Dr M. Robertson
Guest Editor of special edition of Organization. Dr Robertson is scheduled to edit another edition of Organization, based on the stream she chaired at EGOS (European Group for Organizational Studies) last year. Referee for Human Resource Development International. In addition, Dr Robertson has been annual reviewer for the European Conference on Information Systems, the Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (IRIS), EGOS and for the ‘Knowledge Management – Concepts and Controversies Conference held in Warwick 10-11 February 2000.
Dr K. Mellahi
Referee for Management, Journal of Management Issues
Dr G. Wood (Selected list)
Referee for Journal of Contemporary African Studies, African Sociological Review, Democratization.
Mr Tony Mallier
Referee for the journal Ageing International.

b. Visiting Scholars

Dr G. Wood
Visiting Fellow, Centre for European Human Resource Management, Cranfield University (1999). Visiting Fellow, Department of Industrial Sociology, Rhodes University, South Africa (2000).

Prof R. Haines
Visiting Scholar, University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
c. Appointments as policy and business advisors and consultancies

Ms G. Hammersley
Lay member of Employment Tribunals
Dr. D. Morris
Many appearances in national media (eg BBC, Carlton etc) giving expert comment on motor industry issues
Dr G. Wood
Consultancy (selected list)
East London (South Africa) Industrial Development Zone Initiative
East London (South Africa) Transitional Local Council – Business Survey
Mr Tony Mallier
Member of the Committee of Experts Developing a UK National Research Agenda for Ageing, Work and Health
d. Contributions to professional bodies and societies

Dr M. Robertson was co-organizer of one of the streams at the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS).
Dr G. Wood served as Executive Member of the South African Chapter of AAPS (the pan-African social science association).
Mr A.T. Mallier was convenor of symposium on ‘Third Age Issues’, Fourth European Congress of Gerontology, Berlin, 1999 (with contributors from leading academics in Sweden, Germany, Italy, and USA). He was also awarded a prize as Outstanding Conference Participant by the Business and Economics Society International at its 1998 Conference in Rome. This participation included the presentation of a co-authored paper on ‘The transition from employment: gradual retirement’ published in the Conference Proceedings but not submitted as one of his four outputs cited in RA2.
Mallier and D. Morris are in the process of organizing two symposia, one on retirement and pension reform in the new millennium (with contributions from leading academics from the United States, Holland, Germany, Italy and Sweden), the other ‘flexible retirement: policies and practices’ (with contributions from USA, Italy, Germany, Sweden, and Switzerland).

e. External Examining – Graduate Level

Dr G. Wood
Has served as external examiner for research degrees for the Universities of Cape Town, Fort Hare, Port Elizabeth and Natal.
G. Godfrey
Examiner – IPD
Dr. D. Morris
Has served as external examiner at postgraduate level at the Open University Business School.
f. Guest Lectures/ Seminars

Dr. D. Morris
Dr. Morris has given invited seminars at King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia; Oulu University; Luton University; University of Caen; the Department of Health, UK and Aachen Applied University.
Dr. M. Robertson
2000- Bath University, LSE
1999 - Viktoria Institute (Gothenburg University), Cambridge for Industry Partnership (Cambridge University)
Dr G. Wood
1999 - Warwick University

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