Dr Fernando Correia

Dr Fernando Correia

Lecturer of Sustainable Business Management/ Director of Undergraduate Programmes at Hull University Business School

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • Hull University Business School

Summary

Dr Fernando Correia has more than 20 years of professional and academic experience in sustainability related fields.

Having started his career as an ecologist and later on development work in the third sector, he started his research career on the implementation of sustainable tourism in Protected Areas across Europe.

Since then he has worked on research on low carbon economy, sustinable procurement, leadership for sustainability, sustainable tourism, wellbeing and ecosystem services, and skills for sustainability, amongst others.

Dr Correia developed the University of Hull's new BA Business Management with Sustainability, one of the first programmes of its kind in the UK. Currently, he is also the Director of Undergraduate Programmes at Hull University Business School.

Recent outputs

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Book Chapter

Transition towards sustainability in Hull University Business School: A study of curricular sustainability in the teaching processes

Murga-Menoyo, M. Á., Correia, F., & Espinosa, Á. (2018). Transition towards sustainability in Hull University Business School: A study of curricular sustainability in the teaching processes. In W. Leal Filho (Ed.), Handbook of sustainability science and research (783-802). Cham: Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-63007-6_48

Journal Article

Cultural ecosystem services and wellbeing policies for tourism – transnational and national challenges and opportunities

Dluzewska, A., Tuohino, A., & Correia, F. (2021). Cultural ecosystem services and wellbeing policies for tourism – transnational and national challenges and opportunities. Czasopismo Geograficzne, 91(1-2), 285-306

Archaeological tourism : a creative approach

Ross, D., Saxena, G., Correia, F., & Deutz, P. (2017). Archaeological tourism : a creative approach. Annals of Tourism Research, 67, 37-47. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2017.08.001

What meaning for sustainability? The role of tourism academics in securing impact

Correia, F. (2017). What meaning for sustainability? The role of tourism academics in securing impact. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 9(2), 224-227. https://doi.org/10.1080/19407963.2016.1258511

Boundary objects, power, and learning: The matter of developing sustainable practice in organizations

Hawkins, B., Pye, A., & Correia, F. (2017). Boundary objects, power, and learning: The matter of developing sustainable practice in organizations. Management Learning, 48(3), 292-310. https://doi.org/10.1177/1350507616677199

Postgraduate supervision

Dr Correia welcomes applications in the areas of business management and sustainability, corporate responsibility, sustainable tourism, ecosystem services, low carbon procurement and supply chain management, and others that require systems thinking approaches for sustainability problems.

Completed PhDs

Wisontheera Mettanont (2016), The Study of Viability and the Management of Knowledge in Community Enterprises in Thailand, University of Hull

David Ross (2018)- Examining the Creative Tourism Potential of Intangible Archaeological Heritage in Alentejo (Portugal) – a study on the Role of Tourism Providers in Developing Creative Archaeological Tourism Experiences

Ovalia Rukmana (2020) - Learning & Responding to Sustainability Education in the Context of Palm Oil Production: A study from Business Schools in Indonesia

Current PhD supervisions

- Yvonne Black, Understanding the Outcomes of Nature-based Interventions for Health and Wellbeing: Case Studies from the City of Hull

- Francesca Moore, Resilient Farming in a Changing World: Investigating Farmer Agency, Farming Styles and Socio-Governance Set-Ups in the Take-Up of Regenerative Farming Practices in the UK

- Leopoldo Blugerman - Facing Collaborative Challenges in Argentinian Social Enterprises.