Professor Helen Tregidga

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Helen Tregidga is a Professor at Royal Holloway, University of London and is currently a Co-Director of CRIS (Centre for Research into Sustainability).  Before joining Royal Holloway’s School of Business and Management in 2016 she was an Associate Professor of Accounting at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand.

Helen’s research focus can be defined by an interest in issues related to the interface of business, society and the natural environment.  Underlying all her research is an interest in social and environmental issues and critical aspects of organisations and work.  Helen’s primary research has focused on the constructions of sustainable development/sustainability within the corporate context, its consequences, and more recently, the role of academics and others in countering or resisting this discourse. 

Helen’s research has received external funding and earned recognition through several awards.  Her work has appeared in international journals including Accounting, Organizations & Society, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Business & Society, International Journal of Human Resource Management, and Organization & Environment.  Helen currently serves on six editorial boards, is Joint Editor of the Social and Environmental Accountability Journal (SEAJ) and Associate Editor at Critical Perspectives on Accounting and Accounting Forum.  She is an active member of the Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR) currently serving on the Executive Council (elected).


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