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Research Interests

Sustainable Transport, Accessibility, Transport Policy, Impact of Transport on Economic Development, 

Biography

Andrew holds a BA in Business Management and an MA in International Business. His PhD thesis was completed at the University of Wolverhampton in 2014, and investigated the motives and consequences of Foreign Direct Investment entering the English Premier League. After completion of his PhD, Andrew worked as part of a research team evaluating the Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise Network (KEEN) programme funded by the ERDF and managed by the University of Wolverhampton.

Andrew holds a BA in Business Management and an MA in International Business. His PhD thesis was completed at the University of Wolverhampton in 2014, and investigated the motives and consequences of Foreign Direct Investment entering the English Premier League. After completion of his PhD, Andrew worked as part of a research team evaluating the Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise Network (KEEN) programme funded by the ERDF and managed by the University of Wolverhampton.

Since joining CBiS, Andrew has developed a body of work related to the field of sustainable transport. This has included delivering work for funders such as ESPON, DEFRA, Coventry City Council, and CWLEP. He has published research in journals such as Transportation Research Part A, Transportation Research Part D, and Journal of Rural Studies. His existing interest in the area of sport management has led to publications in ESMQ and Leisure Studies.

Andrew has also supported the REL agenda at Coventry University through devising a teaching case study related to sustainable transport and post-pandemic recovery whilst contributing to several guest lectures in SSL and SMM that have utilised insights from his research activity. 

 

Vision Statement

Given rapid technological development and the national and international desire to secure a 'net zero' future, research related to sustainable transport will play a vital role in informing policy responses and actions that encourage the adoption of alternative technologies which reduce emissions and provide the basis for a 'greener recovery'. However, these interventions must be inclusive in nature and seek to address enduring challenges related to accessibility particularly within rural locales. As such, my research aims to consider the solutions to these issues through working with a range of key stakeholder groups. 

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