Dr Ian Chapman, PhD

  • Senior Lecturer in Business and Economics
  • Department of Business, Law, Policing and Social Science
  • Business
Dr Ian Chapman, PhD

Qualifications and memberships

PhD, Interdisciplinary, Lancaster University, 2012

MA Creative Writing, St Martin's College, 2006

MA International Studies, University of Wolverhampton, 2002

MLTA, MLTB, Plas-T-Brenin, 2000

PGCE, University of Wolverhampton, 1991

BA Economics, University of Wolverhampton, 1989

Academic and research interests

Global Macroeconomics; Strategy. Creativity in business

Peak Oil, Energy Economics and The End of Globalisation

US culture and politics as seen through film

Noir fiction and the US economy

Research supervision

Kieran J. Steuart. The relevance of social class, communications and general location in contemporary British Labour Party Politics, with a focus on North-West Cumbria. Completed in 2017.

Leander Bindewald. An Analytical Account of Money as a Discursive Institution in Light of the Practice of Complementary Currencies. Completed in 2018.

Simon Taylor. A study to understand how Social Housing Providers (SHPs) manage the conflict between market forces and addressing social needs. Ongoing.

Martin Fowler. Making Political Art Works. Ongoing.

Publications

2018 The Four Horsemen of Economic Collapse, Economic Theory for the Anthropocene, 3rd July, University of Surrey

2017 Elvis Presley, Donald Trump and the Death of the American Dream, Research and Innovation Conference, 7th July, University of Cumbria, Lancaster

2016    From Star Wars to the Dark Ages, International De-growth Conference, September 1st-5th, Budapest

2016    All Downhill from here: Oil Prices and Resource Depletion, Guest Lecture, 18th May, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Manchester, Manchester

2015    Britain in the twenty-second century: the future really is medieval, Research and Enterprise Conference, 3rdJuly, University of Cumbria, Lancaster

2014 The End of Peak Oil? Why this topic is still relevant despite recent denials, Energy Policy, Vol. 64, pp 93-101 

2011 'The End of globalisation, Salford Postgraduate Annual Research Conference, University of Salford, Manchester, 8-9 June

2009 The revolution in reading: are paper-based books a thing of the past? Interdisciplinary postgraduate conference, Department of English studies, University of Stirling, 29-30 May