Dr Martin Carter



BA, PhD in Chemistry, Cambridge
MA (Econ) Manchester
MA (Cantab) in Natural Sciences, Cambridge
Member of the Institute of Quality Assurance


1996 to-date Senior Lecturer in Economics, Leeds University Business School
1994-1996 Research Fellow in Managerial Economics, Bradford University Management Centre
1989-1994 Lecturer in Economics, Department of Economics, University of Salford
1988-1989 Lecturer in Economics, Manchester School of Management, UMIST
1980-1986 Quality Manager then Technical Development Manager, Baxter Healthcare Inc, (Pharmaceutical Manufacture)
1976-1980 Production Manager with Unilever PLC (Detergent Manufacture)The economic theory of the firm and of organisation design. Theoretical work: the role of information and of incentives, trust and loyalty, with applications to organisation for quality management, the structuring of business processes and the management of knowledge within the firm. Empirical work: knowledge management strategies of multi-national firms.

Economics of Strategy, MBA

Managerial Economics, Executive MBA

Economics of Business and Corporate Strategy, Undergraduate Level 3