- Job title: Teaching Fellow
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: +44 (0) 113 34 38354
- Faculty: Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies
- Location: G.25, Charles Thackrah
Dr Angela Carradus is an early career researcher in the field of entrepreneurship and family business. She completed her PhD in 2015 – Working with the one that you love: Using a dramaturgical framework to explore the copreneurial experience – and is continuing to explore couple identity in family business for her research. Prior to developing her academic career Angela co-owned a food franchise with her husband, and ran her own hair and make-up business in the film and theatre industry.
Angela is an experienced teacher and draws on her research and industry background to deliver innovative and creative teaching curricula. She has in-depth experience in family business and entrepreneurship with undergraduates, postgraduates and SMEs.
2015 PhD in Management (Lancaster University Management School)
2010 Masters in Management Learning and Leadership – Lancaster University Management School)
- LUBS1000 Innovation & Creativity in Business (available Semester 1 & 2)
- LUBS1010 Understanding Social Enterprise (available Semester 1 & 2)
- LUBS1025 Leadership in Business (Semester 2)
- LUBS3009 Social Networking and New Venture Creation (Semester 1 & 2)
Angela’s current research interests include: couple identity in family business, work/home balance, gender and entrepreneurship.
2017 Reshaping our understanding of the copreneurial experience using a feminist perspective. Empirical paper for submission Carradus, A.Y. Gender, Work and Organization
2016 ‘Working with the one that you Love’: Using a dramaturgical approach to examine the copreneurial experience Carradus, A.Y., and Gatrell, C. Organization Studies.
2016 The role of faith-led organizational practices on family businesses: Exploring the ‘extended kinship’ effect. Carradus, A.Y., Zozimo, R., and Discau-Cruz, A.
2013 For Richer and for Poorer in Sickness and in Health: The Inextricable link between business and home for copreneurial micro-business. Gender, Work and Organization