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Biography

Dr Paul Sheeran is Senior Lecturer in International Business and Economics. He teaches Macro Economics , International Relations, Corporate Global Governance, Corporate Diplomacy, and Global Political Economy.

Higher Education Teaching Qualification: Higher Education Academy Fellowship (FHEA).

 

Publications

  • Series of quarterly Features for Sustainable cities (UN Publication/Paper 2013-2015)
  • Risk Society (2014) Encyclopaedia of Economics and Society
  • "The Sharing City"( 2013) Sustainable Cities: Building Cities for the Future in N.Rice Transworld Climate Action.
  • Compliance,’ (2009) in Encyclopaedia of Global Business, New York & London: Sage Publications.
  • ‘Zurich Financial Services’ (2009) in Encyclopaedia of Global Business, New York & London: Sage Publications.
  • ‘Cyprus’ (2008) in Encyclopaedia of Global Warming and Climate Change, New York & London: Sage Publications.
  • ‘African Business Ethics’ (2007) in Encyclopaedia of Business Ethics and Society, New York & London: Sage Publications
  • ‘Political Legitimacy’ (2007) in Encyclopaedia of Business Ethics and Society, New York & London: Sage Publications
  • ‘World Health Organization’ (2007) in Encyclopaedia of Business Ethics and Society, New York & London: Sage Publications
  • "Literature and International Relations: Stories and the Art of Diplomacy (2007) Aldershot, New York, Sydney: Ashgate Publishers (Summer Publication 2007)
  • ‘Countervailing Duties’ (2001) in The Routledge Encyclopaedia of International Political Economy, ed. R.J.Barry Jones, London: Routledge
  • ‘International Countertrade’ (2001) in The Routledge Encyclopaedia of International Political Economy, ed. R.J.Barry Jones, London: Routledge.
  • International Political Economy of Investment Bubbles (2004) Aldershot, New York, Sydney: Ashgate Publishers 
  • Ukrainian Translation New Forward (2003) Cultural Politics in International Relations Aldershot, New York, Sydney: Ashgate Publishers
  • Cultural Politics in International Relations (2001) Aldershot, New York, Sydney: Ashgate Publishers 

Conferences

  • Sheeran, P & Pilato, M. (2017) The Fall and Rise of Venice as a Sea Port: Marine Management, Sustainability and the Economics of Heritage, Ecological Performance in a Competitive Economy, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
  • Sheeran, P. (2013) The Universe is not enough - Adam Smith and moral economic governance, American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, USA
  • Sheeran P. (2010) Re-evaluating Reciprocal and Responsible Global Trading Relations in 'efficient' Global Markets, EABIS (European Academy of Business and Society), St Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia
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