Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Formerly Senior Editor for Business and Management books at Oxford University Press.
There, he developed a wide-ranging and highly regarded academic list over 25 years, which included work by leading management scholars and social scientists; several prize-winning books; and over 60 volumes in the Oxford Handbook series.
Over that time, he has had a close working relationship with Saïd Business School, publishing work by several members of the faculty. He was the instigator, and co-organiser with the School, of the annual Clarendon Lectures in Management Studies, now in its 20th year, which brings leading management scholars to Oxford to give a series of lectures, later developed in to a book published by OUP.
David has extensive knowledge of management education and research, and publishing in the area. He has given presentations on these themes at the Academy of Management, and at several leading business schools and academic conferences. He has recently been invited to serve on the judging panel for the newly established EGOS (European Group for Organization Studies) book prize. He has a degree in Social and Political Sciences from Cambridge, and an MBA from Imperial College.