Research Profile

Dr Md
Nazmul Hasan

Lecturer in Strategic Management

  • Hasan joined the Faculty of Business and Law in August 2017 with extensive experience in teaching, research, marketing and CSR consultancy in the UK and in Bangladesh. Previously he held academic appointments at University College London (UCL) and Royal Holloway, University of London (2014-2017).

    Hasan is a trained quantitative researcher with experience of complex and multivariate data analysis, and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, UK. He holds qualifications in Management (fully funded PhD, as Dean’s Scholar), Applied Research in Social Sciences (ESRC-recognised MRes, with distinction) and International Business Economics (MSc, with distinction) from the Universities of London, Stirling and Dundee.

    • Business in Society
    • Strategic Management
    • Undergraduate Dissertation Supervision
    • MSc Dissertation and MBA Project Supervision
  • Hasan’s research interests include social and environmental responsibility in SMEs, environmental policymaking in developing country contexts, and critical realism in organisational research. His current research focuses on (1) understanding environmental responsibility in small-scale polluting firms in developing countries and (2) understanding the effectiveness of industrial relocation in promoting environmental sustainability in developing countries.

    Hasan’s work has been published in internationally recognised journals such as Local Environment, Quality & Quantity, Social Responsibility Journal, and World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development and in books edited by leading management scholars. Additionally, he has obtained numerous awards and funding for research excellence, notable among them are ‘Dean’s Scholar in Management’ award from Royal Holloway, University of London, ‘Santander Research Award’ from Santander UK, ‘Helen Shakleton Fund’ from Royal Holloway, university of London, and ‘CSR Management Scholarship’ from HSBA Hamburg School of Business Administration.

    Currently, Hasan is an Associate Editor of the Annual Review of Social Partnerships (ARSP), which aims to bridge academic theory and practice with ideas about promoting the social good. He also reviews for numerous reputable journals on an ad-hoc basis.

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    • Hasan, M. N. (2018). Techno-environmental risks and ecological modernisation in “double-risk” societies: reconceptualising Ulrich Beck’s risk society thesis. Local Environment, 23(3), 258-275.

    • Hasan, M. N. (2017). Barriers and challenges to environmentally friendly manufacturing in developing countries: The views of a young tannery owner in Bangladesh. The Annual Review of Social Partnerships, 2017 (12), pp. 131-133 (editorial contribution). 

    • Hasan, M. N. (2016). Measuring and understanding the engagement of Bangladeshi SMEs with sustainable and socially responsible business practices: an ISO 26000 perspective. Social Responsibility Journal, 12(3), 584-610.

    • Hasan, M. N. (2016). Sustainable and socially responsible business: doable reality or just a luxury? —An exploratory study of the Bangladeshi manufacturing SMEs, World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development (online first)

    • Hasan, M. N. (2016). Positivism: to what extent does it aid our understanding of the contemporary social world? Quality & Quantity, 50(1), 317-325.

    • Hasan, M. N., & Islam, M. S. (2016). Bangladesh (country chapter). In W. Visser (Ed.), The World Guide to Sustainable Enterprise: Volume 2—Asia Pacific (pp. 36-41). Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing.

    Working Papers (manuscripts are available on request)

    • The environmental behaviour of small- and medium-sized polluting firms in developing countries: toward a socio-ethical understanding. Target Journal: Journal of Business Ethics.
    • Understanding environmental responsibility in polluting SMEs in developing countries: the owner/manager perspective. Target Journal: Business & Society.