Bio

Teaching

  • Research Methods in Business Management 
  • Introduction to Marketing 
  • Dissertation 
  • Customer Experience Design
  • Marketing Management & Strategy
  • Understanding & Managing Organizational Space

Biography

Dr Daniel Wade Clarke is a Lecturer in the Accounting & Finance Division at the School of Business, University of Dundee. He studied marketing initially at the universities of EUROMED Marseille and Westminster, and then at St Andrews where he gained a Masters (in Marketing) before completing his PhD (in Organization Studies). His thesis explored the decision making processes involved in managing organizational spaces and the activity of place making in small new business ventures. He has published work on teleworking, consumer perceptions of Fair Trade, and the sensory retail environment. Daniel is now working on three main projects: the representation of management researchers, the experience of early career management academics, and the experience of loved ones at endurance sport events. He also has a developing interest in the pedagogy of research degree supervision. Before joining the School of Business, University of Dundee in 2012, Daniel was a lecturer in Marketing at Liverpool Hope University.

Publications

Inclusive Design for Immersive Spaces
4/2019
Research Output: Contribution To Conference > Paper

Take a GANDER : Gathering Accessibility Needs by Doing Explorative Research
4/2019
Research Output: Contribution To Conference > Paper

Inclusive Design for Immersive Spaces
/2019
Research Output: Contribution To Book Anthology > Conference contribution

Running with scissors in Business Management Education. A collaborative autoethnography on designing pedagogical interventions with an art-maker and an academic skills tutor
/2019
Research Output: Contribution To Book Anthology > Conference contribution

Take a GANDER : Gathering Accessibility Needs by Doing Explorative Research
/2019
Research Output: Contribution To Book Anthology > Conference contribution

Craft beer, Cicerones and changing identities in beer serving
12/2018
Research Output: Contribution To Book Anthology > Chapter

Finding Our Fathers
11/2018, Qualitative Inquiry
Research Output: Contribution To Journal > Article

On the (Im)possibility and Bliss of Telling My Dad, "I Love You"
5/2018, Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung
Research Output: Contribution To Journal > Article

What makes the Autoethnographic Analysis Authentic?
1/2018
Research Output: Contribution To Book Anthology > Chapter

Understanding Event Sport Tourism Experiences of Support Partners : A Research Note
11/2017, Leisure Sciences
Research Output: Contribution To Journal > Article

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Activities

10th European Academy of Management Conference: "Back to the Future"

Daniel Clarke (Participant)
2011

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11th European Academy of Management Conference: Management Culture in the 21st Century

Daniel Clarke (Participant)
2011

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27th Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism

Daniel Clarke (Participant)
2011

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3rd International Pedagogical Research in Higher Education Conference

Daniel Clarke (Participant)
2011

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6th Annual Joint University of Liverpool Management School and Keele University Institute for Public Policy and Management Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences

Daniel Clarke (Participant)
2011

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Activity Type: Attendance

27th Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism

Daniel Clarke (Participant)
10 Jul 2009

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in conference

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