Dr Caroline Morrison is a Lecturer in Management at the Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moore’s University. Before commencing her current employment Caroline was based at the Ulster Business School within Ulster University from 2002-2017. During this time she completed her PhD focusing on the role of social enterprise in the renewable energy sector. Her main research interests centre around social entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainability.
2016, Ulster University, United Kingdom, PhD
2012, University of Ulster, University of Ulster, PgCert International Tourism Development
2010, University of Ulster, United Kingdon, BA (Hons) Management
Morrison C, Ramsey E, Bond D. 2017. The role of social entrepreneurs in developing community resilience in remote areas Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 11 :95-112 >DOI
Engagement & Impact
Award title: Armstrong Medical Top Student Award
Title of presentation: Social Enterprise and Renewable Energy: Issues of Sustainability and Self-Sufficiency, Conference title: Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, Place/location of conference: Cardiff, Presentation type: Oral presentation
Company: Third Sector organisations, Position or project: Awarded £17,000 to develop and deliver a CPPD accredited course ' Managing in the Social Enterprise' to Third Sector practitioners.
Title of qualification gained: Introduction to Teaching for Demonstrators and Postgraduates