Dr Craig Graham Anderson


Economics Stirling

Dr Craig Graham Anderson

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About me

About me

A background of working in environmental science and consulting. Subsequently obtained a MA(hons) in Environmental Sustainability from University of Dundee and a MSc in Sustainable Development from University of St Andrews.

First came to Stirling Management School to study a PhD in Behavioural Science, applying behavioural science to organisational and employment decision-making.

Has since specialised in sustainable business and the opportunities to work towards more sustainable outcomes. Was programme director of the Strategic Sustainable Business MSc (2018-2021) and is now director of the Master of Business Administration.

  • PRME Scotland Chapter Co Lead

  • EAUC Advisory Board - Sustainability in the Curriculum

  • Green Key Ecotourism Certification - Jury Member

  • HEA Fellow

  • ILM Mentoring Development Programme Certified

Research (2)

Behavioural Science, Sustainability, Sustainable Business, Decision-Making


Zero Waste students - Desktop Review and Behavioural Insights
PI: Dr Craig Graham Anderson
Funded by: Zero Waste Scotland

Zero Waste Scotland: Interventions for Public Sector Estates Project
PI: Dr Craig Graham Anderson
Funded by: Zero Waste Scotland

Outputs (6)


Book Chapter

Black I, Leventon J & Anderson C (2023) Nudging leverage points: influencing transformative policy change. In: Carrigan M, Wells V & Papadas K (eds.) Research Handbook on Ethical Consumption: Contemporary Research in Responsible and Sustainable Consumer Behaviour. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 251-269. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781802202021.00023



Learning and Teaching Representative for Economics Division. Part of Stirling Management School's Behavioural Science Centre.

Teaching responsibilities have included:

Lectures and Coordination

  • Evolution and Practice of Sustainable Business (Postgraduate),
  • Leadership for Strategic Sustainable Futures (Postgraduate),
  • Psychology of Work (Postgraduate),
  • Economics for Sustainable Business (Postgraduate),
  • Business Analytics (Postgraduate),
  • Responsible Business (Undergraduate),
  • Responsible Business (Postgraduate)
  • Impact Strategy, Climate, and Measurement (Insendi)
  • The Psychology of Leadership: Health and Wellbeing at Work (Undergraduate)

Mentorship and Tutorials

  • Introductory Economics (Undergraduate),
  • Business Consulting Group Project (Postgraduate),
  • Behavioural Science for Managers (Undergraduate),
  • Dissertations (Postgraduate),
  • Dissertations (Undergraduate)
  • Understanding and Using Statistics (Postgraduate), -Dissertation Tutorials (Undergraduate),
  • The Management Challenge: An Introduction (Undergraduate),
  • Fundamentals of Business and Management (Undergraduate),
  • The Global Business Environment (Undergraduate),

PhD Students:

Second Supervisor: Kaja Horn. SGSSS Collaborative PhD Studentship - Skills Development Scotland. Transformative skills in the energy 'just transition': mixed-methods pathways for upskilling, reskilling and engaging new entrants in Scotland.

PhD Second Supervisor:

  • Liz Barnes. Compensatory health behaviours in self testing for STIs
  • Katie O’Neill. Behavioural Science of Fake News
  • Dean Smith. Dyslexia in the Workplace