Dr Linda Perriton

Associate Professor

Management, Work and Organisation University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Linda Perriton

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About me

Background 

I was a practising HRD consultant working in the financial services industry prior to gaining my PhD and switching to a career in higher education. My main area of teaching and research interest is learning and development, specifically critical approaches to reflective practice and management education. I also research the history of women in management and business, and the different approaches they took to their own training as managers.    Professional Activities  Academic Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development  Member of the editorial board of Management Learning  Member of the editorial board of HRDI Member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Social Research Methodology HRM and HRD consultant

Other Project

The entrepreneurs who made Glasgow: the city and its businesses 1861-1901"
The Leverhulme Trust

Co-investigator on the Leverhulme Trust grant RPG-2020-382 Entrepreneurs are considered the engine of growth within an economy. But despite the literature that asserts that historic growth in cities was entrepreneurship-led, we lack sufficient research in city specific contexts and mechanisms. We view the history of business i.e. what businesses existed, their location, and who ran them, as an essential contribution to the debate about the historical transformation of economies. Focusing on Glasgow, we will take factors that are key to understanding economic development today and apply them to Glasgow's historical data to build a more holistic understanding of how migration, gender, age, and infrastructure shaped entrepreneurial activity.