Dr Juliette Wilson

Senior Lecturer

Marketing

Personal statement

I am a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Marketing where I have been based since 2008. My research interests are focused on exploring the role of networking and wider market practices of small and medium sized firms. Within this field I have particular interest in hybrid organisational structures and alternative and non-mainstream markets. I have a strong portfolio of leadership and management roles within SBS. I am currently Director of Teaching and Learning and also an elected member of the University Senate. I have extensive research expertise in the Food and Drink sector where I have worked with large and small companies, both nationally and internationally, examining issues related to relative competitiveness and growth strategies. I was appointed as expert budget adviser to the Scottish Government in 2017.

I have published in leading business journals including the International Journal of Management Reviews, Technological Forecasting and Social Change and International Small Business Journal. I have had research funding secured from the EU FP7 Regime, ESRC, ESRC Festival of Social Sciences, British Academy, Academy of Marketing, Scottish Universities Insight Institute and Curtin University.

I have acted as External Examiner at Heriot Watt University since 2016.

Outside work, I am a board member of Dunbartonshire Young Enterprise and an active member of the Marketing Society.

 

Expertise

Has expertise in:

    Expertise in:

    • Food and Drink Sector
    • Small Business Marketing
    • Strategic alliances
    • Network Studies
    • Alternative and non-mainstream markets
    • Hybrid organisations
    • Green Marketing and sustainable consumption
    • Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods

    I am currently supervising doctoral students in the following areas:

    • The impact of social enterprise on individual and community well-being
    • Green marketing
    • Structural diversification in family farming businesses
    • DIY cultures in the crime fiction scene
    • Transformative service in everyday service encounters
    • Collaborative models within organisations

Prizes and awards

Best paper in Networks and Innovation Track, ISBE 2016, Paris
Recipient
10/2016
Nominee for Teaching Excellence
Recipient
2015
Nominee for teaching excellence
Recipient
2014
Shortlisted for Best Teacher in SBS Faculty
Recipient
2013
Best paper in Creative Industries and Entrepreneurial Track, Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 2012
Recipient
2012
Nominee for Teaching Excellence Award
Recipient
2012

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Publications

The impact of normative beliefs and self-consciousness on making greener choices through greener preference
Zhou Yuanyuan, Wilson Juliette, Karampela Maria
41st Annual ISMS Marketing Science Conference (2019)
How can social enterprises impact health and wellbeing?
Gordon Katy, Wilson Juliette, Tonner Andrea, Shaw Eleanor
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research Vol 24, pp. 697-713 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-01-2017-0022
Appraising research methods training for marketing
Gibbs Juliette, Harker Michael, Murdy Samantha, Evanschitzky Heiner, Stringfellow Lindsay
51st Academy of Marketing Conference (2018)
Appraising research methods for training for marketing
Harker Michael, Gibbs Juliette, Murdy Samantha, Evanschitzky Heiner, Stringfellow Lindsay
EMAC 2018 (2018)
The role of socially driven community food projects in a networked approach to tackling food insecurity
Gordon K, Wilson J, Tonner A, Shaw E
British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2018 (2018)
Crafting Growth : Exploring the Emerging Potential & Challenges for Scotland's Craft Beer Sector
WIlson Juliette, Karampela Maria, Danson Mike, Dodd Sarah
(2018)

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Teaching

I have been nominated in the last eight consecutive years (2011-2018) by students as part of Strathclyde's Teaching Excellence awards across all categories (best overall, most passionate, most innovative, most supportive). In 2017, I won Best Teacher in Faculty and was shortlisted for most supportive teacher in the entire University.  

I teach at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate level. Most of my teaching is centred around Marketing Research, Research Methods and Dissertation Skills and I co-ordinate and deliver classes on these at all levels. I also co-ordinate the Marketing Dissertation at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate level. I helped develop the programme for our new Digital Masters in Marketing; and will be teaching on that and our new Small Business Marketing class from September 2019.

I have overseas teaching experience and taught at ESC Clermont over a number of years as an invited Professor as part of their International Week. I have been an invited speaker at the Scottish Entrepreneurship Research Seminar (2018); Royal Society of the Arts (2017); CoHERE Horizon 2020 Workshop (2017); International Colloquium on Relationship Marketing (2014); and the Scottish Colloquium on Food and Feeding (2011).

I have extensive supervisory experience at PhD, MSc and UG levels: I have supervised over 100 PhD/ MSc Masters’ student’s industry projects/ UG student dissertations and theses.

I have experience of leading action research workshops using entrepreneurship business models and frameworks.

I have strong quantitative and qualitative methods expertise.

Research interests

My research interests are concentrated on My research interests are focused on exploring the role of networking and wider market practices of small and medium sized firms. Within this field I have particular interest in hybrid organisational structures and alternative and non-mainstream markets.  I have conducted research in a variety of specific sectors such as the creative industries, craft and artisanal sectors and food and farming. 

Current research projects include: innovation and growth in the craft beer sector; the feasibility of the social enterprise model in tackling health inequality; the role of festivals on the economic and social development of local communities and a project exploring the transformative impacts of everyday service encounters.

Highlights:

  • In 2017, I led a Scottish Universities Insights Institute funded pan-European project with academic and industry partners from 9 European Countries on networking practices in the craft beer sector.     
  • Lead Author of White Paper: Crafting Growth; Exploring the Emerging Potential and Challenges for Scotland’s Craft Beer Sector, IPPI (2018).
  • Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Awards for Best Paper 2012 and 2016.

My work has been published in the International Journal of Management Reviews, the Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social ChangeInternational Small Business JournalInternational Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Thunderbird International Business ReviewConsumption, Markets and CultureAdvances in Consumer ResearchJournal of Marketing ChannelsInternational Review of Retail Distribution and Consumer ResearchInternational Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, and the British Food Journal.

I am an editorial board member Industrial Marketing Management. I also review for the International Small Business Journal; European Journal of Marketing; Journal of Business Research; Technological Forecasting and Social Change; Journal of Sustainable Tourism; and the International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Professional activities

Technological Forecasting and Social Change (Journal)
Guest editor
2016
Engage with Strathclyde 2015
Participant
6/5/2015
18th International Colloquium on Relationship Marketing
Participant
9/2014
Consumption, Markets and Culture (Journal)
Guest editor
2014
Consumption, Markets and Culture (Journal)
Guest editor
2014
4th BSA Food Study Group Conference, Food & Society 2014
Participant
2014

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Projects

External Examining for Marketing
Harker, Michael John (Principal Investigator) Murdy, Samantha (Co-investigator) Wilson, Juliette (Co-investigator) Brennan, Ross (Co-investigator) Ward, Janet (Co-investigator)
This project is collecting and disseminating views on the processes and practices of programme external examination for marketing programmes at UK institutions.
14-Jan-2017 - 16-Jan-2018
Postgraduate Research Methods Training for Marketing
Harker, Michael John (Co-investigator) Wilson, Juliette (Principal Investigator) Murdy, Samantha (Principal Investigator) Evanschitzky, Heiner (Co-investigator) Stringfellow, Lyndsey (Co-investigator)
This project is examining the past and present of research methods training for postgraduate research students in marketing in respect of historical and current trends and provision of training within doctoral programmes.
07-Jan-2017 - 16-Jan-2018
Building Growth: Deploying Entrepreneurial Capitals
Karampela, Maria (Principal Investigator) Wilson, Juliette (Co-investigator) Drakopoulou Dodd, Sarah (Co-investigator) Danson, Mike (Co-investigator)
Knowledge exchange event taking place during 'Engage with Strathclyde' Week 2017
04-Jan-2017 - 04-Jan-2017
Growing Strong: Growth Challenges, Opportunities and Potential Collaboration Models
Wilson, Juliette (Principal Investigator) Karampela, Maria (Co-investigator) Drakopoulou Dodd, Sarah (Co-investigator) Danson, Mike (Principal Investigator)
Event as part of the 'Crafting Growth' project funded by the Scottish Universities Insight Institute
29-Jan-2017 - 29-Jan-2017
Crafting Growth: Exploring emerging potential and challenges of extended collaboration for Scotland’s craft beer sector
Wilson, Juliette (Principal Investigator) Karampela, Maria (Co-investigator) Drakopoulou Dodd, Sarah (Co-investigator) Danson, Mike (Co-investigator)
The project follows the successful funding application to the Scottish Universities Insight Institute latest call ‘Learning from other places’. The SUII call was for projects that seek to engage in any type of knowledge exchange between Scotland and other parts of Europe. The team put together a proposal that involves the collaboration of academics, practitioners and industry support bodies from the UK and 9 other European countries. The project involves various research and knowledge exchange activities regarding innovative best practices in relation to 4 themes relevant to breweries: Sourcing, Producing and Distributing; Branding, Marketing and Communicating; Internationalisation; Contextual Challenges (regulation, support, legislation). The award is approx. £20,000.
13-Jan-2017 - 30-Jan-2017
Exploring the relationship between food consumption and environmental concerns
Wilson, Juliette (Academic) Hynes, Niki (Academic)
20-Jan-2015

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