BSc (Hons) (The University of Manchester), MSc with distinction (University of Warwick), MA (The Open University), PhD (The Open University)
Enterprise Fellow, Hermes Fellowship
Department: Operations Management and Information Systems
+44 (0) 115 8466121
A19 (Highfield House, University Park Building, Jubilee Campus)
Caroline joined the Nottingham University Business School's Operations Management and Information Systems division as an Enterprise Fellow in March 2017 and she is currently a Rights Lab Nottingham Research Fellow, where she is investigating domestic servitude in the developed world, looking specifically at home-based personalised social care.
As an academic she has held lectureships in Management and Retail Management at The Open University, UK research-council funded posts as a Research Fellow in the behavioural aspects of customer-responsive supply chain management and a competitive PhD studentship investigating actors' inter-organisational information system use in retail supply networks. Prior to her academic career she held various senior management posts in the apparel industry.
Areas of Expertise
Her research interests include the behavioural aspects of supply chain management and she is involved currently in collaborative project between business and academia to develop a risk assessment tool to assess the impact of modern slavery in supply chains.
Caroline's current research interests lie in the examination of modern slavery risk in public sector labour supply chains; particularly adult social care
Caroline is currently leading on the following projects:
- Vulnerability Of Live-in Care Workers In London To Modern Slavery