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Professor Jeremy Kent Hall[edit]

Jeremy Hall (B.Sc. and MBA, Dalhousie University; D.Phil, University of Sussex) is the Director of the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU), University of Sussex, and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, a technology and innovation management journal with a 2018 impact factor of 2.159. Prior to joining the University of Sussex Business School, he was Chaired Professor of Social Innovation and Director of Centre for Social Innovation Management, Sussex Surrey Business School, and Director of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR), University of Nottingham. He also held a Professorship at the Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University (Vancouver, Canada), an Associate Professorship at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary (Canada), and a Lectureship at SPRU, University of Sussex (UK).

Jeremy’s research and teaching interests include the social impacts and unanticipated outcomes of innovation and entrepreneurship, sustainable supply chains, social inclusion, strategies for sustainable development innovation and responsible management, where he has collaborated with a range of natural and social scientists. A major stream of his research is focused on innovation and entrepreneurship for social inclusion in Brazil, much if which is in collaboration with Dr Stelvia Matos, his wife and a Reader based at Surrey Business School.

Jeremy’s work has been published in for example Business Strategy and the Environment, California Management Review, Ecological Economics, Energy Policy, Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, Journal of Cleaner Production, International Journal of Production Research, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Operations Management, MIT Sloan Management Review, Research Policy, Research-Technology Management, Small Business Economics, Technological Forecasting & Social Change and Technovation. He has been awarded over $1.3 million in research support from for example Genome Canada and the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada among others.