Professor Andrew Friedman

Professor Andrew Friedman

Professor Andrew Friedman
Emeritus Professor

4F11,
The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
BS8 1TU
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a.l.friedman@bristol.ac.uk

Department of Management

Research

Andrew Friedman is the managing director of the Professional Associations Research Network (PARN); a research and development network which includes most of the larger professional bodies in the UK.

Andrew has published widely on issues concerning management, information systems, professions, stakeholding and the environment, much of the latter in connection with various projects carried out for WWF-UK .

From 2002, he has published articles in the Journal of Management Studies, Business Strategy and the Environment, British Journal of Educational Technology, International Journal of Lifelong Education and Sociology. He is widely cited in the journals with over 400 separate citations of his work listed in the various citation indices.

Andrew's research area webpage

Fields of interest

Management, Information systems, Professions, Stakeholding, The environment




Latest publications

  1. Friedman, A 2012, ‘Continuing Professional Development: Lifelong Learning of Millions’. Routledge
  2. Williams, C, Hanson, W & Friedman, A 2012, ‘Becoming a Professional: New Ways of Entering the Professions’. PARN
  3. Friedman, A & Hanson, W 2010, ‘Professional Standards Regulation’. PARN
  4. Williams, C & Friedman, A 2008, ‘Online Support for CPD: Lessons from current practice’. PARN
  5. Friedman, A 2007, ‘Ethical Competence and Professional Associations’. PARN
  6. Friedman, A & Williams, C 2007, ‘Distinguishing Canadian Professional Bodies’. PARN
  7. Friedman, A & Afitska, N 2007, ‘Professionalism and Sustainability in the Professional Associations Sector’. PARN
  8. Friedman, A & Mason, J 2007, ‘Distinguishing Australian Professional Bodies’. PARN
  9. Friedman, A & Williams, C 2006, ‘Member Relations and Strategy: Supporting Member Involvement and Retention’. PARN
  10. Friedman, A & Miles, S 2006, ‘Stakeholders: Theory and Practice’. Oxford University Press
  11. Friedman, A & Mason, J 2006, ‘Governance of Professional Associations: Theory and Practice’. PARN
  12. Friedman, A 2005, ‘Critical Issues in CPD’. PARN: Bristol
  13. Andrzejewska, R, Daly, S & Friedman, A 2005, ‘Analysing Ethical Codes of UK Professional Bodies’. PARN:Bristol
  14. Friedman, A 2004, ‘Strawmanning and Labour Process Analysis’. Sociology, vol 38 (3)., pp. 573 - 591
  15. Mason, J & Friedman, A 2004, ‘Professional Associations in Ireland: A Comparative Study with the UK’. PARN
  16. Friedman, A 2004, ‘Professionalism and Professional Associations’. in: Study of Professions.
  17. Friedman, A & Phillips, M 2004, ‘Continuing professional development: developing a vision’. Journal of Education and Work, vol 17 (3)., pp. 361 - 376
  18. Friedman, A & Miles, S 2004, ‘Stakeholder Theory and Communication Practice’. Journal of Communication Management, vol 9(1)., pp. 7 - 9
  19. Mason, J & Friedman, A 2004, ‘The Professionalisation of UK Professional Associations: Governance, Management and Member Relations’. PARN
  20. Friedman, A & Phillips, M 2004, ‘Balancing strategy and accountability: a model for the governance of professional associations’. Nonprofit Management & Leadership, vol 15 (2)., pp. 187 - 204
  21. Friedman, A & Phillips, M 2003, ‘'Balancing strategy and accountability: a model for the governance of professional associations'’. in: Academy of Management Conference.
  22. Friedman, A & Phillips, M 2003, ‘'Mission-oriented entrepreneurs'’. in: Small Business & Entrepreneurship Development Conference.
  23. Friedman, A & Phillips, M 2003, ‘'Codes of conduct in the professions: Do they meet the challenge?'’. in: Ethical Challenges for Tomorrow's Graduates.
  24. Friedman, A & Watts, D 2003, ‘Reflection and autonomy: how changes in the labour process are influencing managers' learning’. in: Academy of Management Conference.
  25. Friedman, A & Phillips, M 2003, Governance of Professional Associations: The Players and Processes. PARN
  26. Phillips, M, Watts, D & Friedman, A 2003, ‘'The Complaints and Disciplinary Procedures of Professional Associations'’. Report to the Nuffield Foundation
  27. Friedman, A & Miles, S 2003, ‘'Exploring the social construction of stakeholder management in the UK'’. in: Academy of Management Conference.
  28. Friedman, A & Miles, S 2002, ‘Developing Stakeholder Theory’. Journal of Management Studies, vol 39 (1)., pp. 1 - 21
  29. Friedman, A, Phillips, M & Chan, M 2002, Governance of Professional Associations: The Structure and Role of the Governing Body. PARN
  30. Friedman, A, Phillips, M & Cruickshank, I 2002, ‘Continuing Professional Development: Evaluation of Good Practice’. PARN
  31. Friedman, A & Miles, S 2002, ‘SMEs and the Environment: Assessing Handholding and Dissemination Paths’. Business Strategy and the Environment, vol 11., pp. 324 - 341
  32. Friedman, A, Phillips, M & Timlett, R 2002, The Ethical Codes of UK Professional Associations. PARN
  33. Friedman, A, Phillips, M & Cruickshank, I 2002, The Membership Structures of UK Professional Associations. PARN
  34. Friedman, A & Phillips, M 2002, ‘'Mission-Oriented, High-Growth, Medium-Sized Firms in Bristol: Definition and Limits to Growth'’. Report to Business Link West
  35. Friedman, A, Phillips, M & Chan, M 2002, ‘'Report on the Governance of Five Professional Associations'’. Report to BCS, CIPS, ILTHE, ICAEW and R3
  36. Friedman, A, Phillips, M & Cruickshank, I 2002, ‘'Promoting Good Practice CPD on the Internet'’. Report to DfES
  37. Friedman, A & Phillips, M 2002, ‘The role of mentoring in the CPD programmes of professional associations’. International Journal of Lifelong Education, vol 21., pp. 269 - 284
  38. Friedman, A, Durkin, C, Watts, D & Croston, J 2002, ‘Evaluating online CPD using educational criteria derived from the experimental learning cycle’. British Journal of Educational Technology, vol 33., pp. 367 - 378
  39. Friedman, A & Miles, S 2001, ‘Socially responsible investment and corporate social and environmental reporting in the UK: an exploratory study’. The British Accounting Review, vol 33 (3)., pp. 523 - 548
  40. Friedman, A & Lyne, S 2001, ‘The beancounter stereotype: towards a general model of stereotype generation’. Critical Perspectives in Accounting, vol 12 (4)., pp. 423 - 451
  41. Phillips, M & Friedman, A 2001, ‘'Leaping the CPD hurdle: A study of the barriers and drivers to participation in Continuing Professional Development'’. in: British Educational Research Association Conference.
  42. Friedman, A, Phillips, M & Davis, K 2001, Continuing Professional Development in the UK: Attitudes & Experiences of Practitioners. PARN
  43. Friedman, A & Miles, S 2001, ‘'SMEs and the environment: Two case studies'’. Eco-Management and Auditing, vol 8., pp. 200 - 209
  44. Friedman, A & Phillips, M 2001, ‘Servicing the High-Growth, Mission Oriented, Medium Sized Firm: The Role of Professional Services in Supporting and Stimulating Innovation’. Bristol Chamber of Commerce
  45. Friedman, A, Phillips, M, Durkin, C & Davis, K 2001, ‘Individual Professional Learning in Practice and on the Internet’. Department for Education and Employment
  46. Friedman, A, Phillips, M & Durkin, C 2000, ‘'CPD: What are the true costs of Continuing Professional Development?'’. Journal of Continuing Professional Development, vol 3., pp. 78 - 87
  47. Friedman, A, Davis, K, Durkin, C & Phillips, M 2000, ‘Continuing Professional Development in the UK’. Policies and Programmes., pp. 243 - 243
  48. Friedman, A, Durkin, C & Phillips, M 2000, ‘The Cost of CPD’. Journal of Continuing Professional Development, vol 3., pp. 78 - 87
  49. Friedman, A, Phillips, M, Durkin, C & Davis, K 2000, Continuting Professional Development in the UK: Policies & Programmes. PARN
  50. Friedman, A, Miles, S & Adams, C 2000, ‘SMEs and the Environment: Evaluation of a Specific Initiative Aimed at all SMEs’. Journal of Small Businesses and Enterprise Development, vol 7/4.
  51. Lyne, S & Friedman, A 2000, ‘The Beancounter Stereotype: Towards a General Model of Stereotype Generation’. BRICMAR, vol 00-03.
  52. Friedman, A 2000, ‘Microregulation and Post-Fordism: Critique and Development of Regulation Theory’. New Political Economy, vol 5(1)., pp. 59 - 76
  53. Friedman, A, Durkin, C & Hurran, N 1999, ‘Good Practice in CPD Among UK Professional Associations’. Journal of Continuing Professional Development, vol 22., pp. 1 - 15
  54. Friedman, A & Lyne, S 1999, ‘Success and Failure of Activity-based Techniques: a long term perspective’. Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
  55. Friedman, A, Durkin, C & Hurran, N 1999, ‘Building a CPD Network on the Internet’. Cheltenham Strategic Publications
  56. Friedman, A 1999, ‘Building a CPD Network on the Internet’. PARN, Bristol., pp. 125
  57. Friedman, A, Durkin, C & Hurran, N 1999, ‘Good Practice in CPD Among UK Professional Associations’. Journal of Continuing Professional Development, vol Vol 2 No 2., pp. 52 - 70
  58. Friedman, A 1999, ‘Rhythm and The Evolution of Information Technology’. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, vol Vol 11 No 3., pp. 375 - 390
  59. Friedman, A & Lyne, S 1997, ‘Activity-based techniques and the death of the bean counter’. European Accounting Review, vol 6/1., pp. 19 - 44
  60. Friedman, A 1996, ‘Review of The Dynamics of Employment Relations by Blyton, P & Turnbull, P’. Capital and Class, vol 59., pp. 90 - 92
  61. Lyne, S & Friedman, A 1996, ‘Activity-based techniques and the 'new management accountant'’. Management Accounting, vol 74., pp. 34 - 35
  62. Lyne, S & Friedman, A 1995, ‘Activity Based Techniques: The real life Consequences’. CIMA Publishing
  63. Friedman, A 1994, ‘The Stages Model and the Phases of the IS Field’. Journal of Information Technology, vol 9.2., pp. 137 - 148
  64. Friedman, A 1994, ‘The Information Technology Field: Using Fields and Paradigms for Analyzing Technological Change’. Human Relations, vol 47.4., pp. 367 - 392
  65. Friedman, A & Lyne, S 1994, ‘Activity-Based Techniques and the Death of the Bean Counter’. University of Bristol
  66. Friedman, A 1993, ‘The Information Technology Field : Using Fields and Paradigms for Analyzing Technological Change’. University of Bristol
  67. Friedman, A 1993, ‘The Information Technology Field : An Historical Analysis’. in: P Quintas (eds) Social Dimensions of Systems Engineering : People, Processes, Policies and Software Development. Ellis Horwood, pp. 18 - 33
  68. Friedman, A 1992, ‘Understanding the employment position of computer programmers: a managerial strategies approach’. in: F Borum, A Friedman, M Monsted, J Pedersen, M Risberg (eds) Social Dynamics of the IT field: the case of Denmark. De Gruyter, pp. 237 - 257
  69. Friedman, A & Monsted, M 1992, ‘Purposive and potential networks in small firms'adoption of IT’. in: F Borum, A Friedman, M Monsted, J Pedersen, M Risberg (eds) Social Dynamics of the IT Field: the Case of Denmark. De Gruyter, pp. 161 - 184
  70. Friedman, A 1992, ‘Strategies of the People in Denmark - Trade Unionism, Craftsmanship and Professionalism’. in: F Borum, A Friedman, M Monsted, J Pedersen, M Risberg (eds) Social Dynamics of the IT Field: the Case of Denmark. De Gruyter, pp. 191 - 223
  71. Borum, F, Friedman, A, Monsted, M, Pedersen, J & Risberg, M 1992, ‘Social Dynamics of the IT Field: the Case of Denmark’. De Gruyter
  72. Friedman, A 1991, ‘The future for IT specialists’. in: P Salenieks (eds) Computing technologies: new directions and applications vol 2. Ellis Horwood, pp. 45 - 53

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