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Dr John Harvey

PhD (The University of Nottingham)
Assistant Professor in Marketing

Division: Marketing
Tel: +44 (0) 115 8466675
Location: B36 (North Building, Jubilee Campus)

I am module convenor of the following modules:


Digital Marketing (N14J06)

Details of all modules can be found on MyNottingham

I am currently supervising the following Research Students:

Dominic Richard Vernon Reedman-Flint

Publications from 2005 to the present day

Journal Articles

Harvey, J., Smith, A., Goulding, J., Branco-Illodo, I. (2019), "Food Sharing, Redistribution, and Waste Reduction via Mobile Applications: A Social Network Analysis", Industrial Marketing Management, forthcoming 2019.

Pich, C.; Harvey, J.; Armannsdottir, G.; Poorrezaei, M. Branco-Illodo, I.; Kincaid, A. (2018), "Marketing Brexit: An exploratory study of young voter engagement in relation to the EU referendum", International Journal of Market Research, Vol.60, 589-610.

Harvey, J; Smith, A; Golightly, D. (2017), "Critical realism and economic anthropology", Journal of Critical Realism, Vol.16 (5), pp.431-450.

Woodall, T.; Rosborough, J; Harvey J. (2017), "Proposal, project, practice, Pause: Developing a framework for evaluating smart domestic product engagement", Academy of Marketing Science Review, forthcoming 2017.

Harvey, J.; Smith, A.; Golightly, D. (2014), "Giving and sharing in the computer-mediated economy", Journal of Consumer Behaviour, Vol.16 4, pp. 363-371.

Chapters in Books

Harvey, J,; Smith. A. (2018), "Technology as a driver of the sharing economony", in The Sharing Economy: Possibilities, challenges, and the way forward, forthcoming 2018.


Pich, C,; Harvey, J; Armannsdottir, G,; Kincaid, A. 2017, "Marketing Brexit: Young Voter Opinion, Engagement and Future Intention in the Context of the EU Referendum", in Academy of Marketing Science World Congress Conference , July, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Harvey, J. 2016, "Measuring more than the market: Are multiplex networks the key to understanding informal economies?", in SIMBIG - Big Data Conference, Cusco, Peru.

Harvey, J; Golightly, D; Smith, A. 2016, "What must the world be like for economics to be possible?", in Philosophy, Ergonomics and Applications to Complex Human Systems Symposium, Nottingham University, Nottingham.

Harvey, J, 2015, "Morphogenetic institutions", in 18th annual conference of the International Association of Critical Realism, University of Notre Dame, Indiana.

Harvey, J. 2015, "The emergence of economic institutions", in Ephemera Journal Conference, Moscow.

Harvey, J.; Golightly, D.; Smith, A. 2014, "Autotelic economics and reflexivity: the case of", in 17th annual conference of the International Association of Critical Realism, London, UK.

Harvey, J; Golightly, D,; Smith. A. 2014, "HCI as a means to prosociality in the economy", in CHI 14: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Toronto, Canada.

Harvey, J.; Golightly, D.; Smith, A. 2013, "Sharing and Human-Computer Interaction", in 27th International British Computer Society Human Computer Interaction Conference: The Internet of things, 11th-13th September, Brunel University, UK..

Harvey, J.; Smith, A.; Golightly, D. 2013, "Researching gift economies online, offline, and in-between", in 4th Digital Economy Conference: Open Digital, 4th-6th September, MediaCityUK, Salford.

Harvey, J; Golightly, D,; Rahemtulla, H. 2011, "The role of Intermediaries in designing effective Participatory GIS: a Usability Investigation in partnership with Mapping for Change.", in AGI GeoCommunity.

Harvey, J; Golightly, D. 2011, "Engagement with participatory GIS - the role of Intermediaries", in Digital Engagement, Digital Economy All-Hands Conference, Newcastle, UK.



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