Cherry Cheung

Cherry Cheung, Senior Lecturer

Senior Lecturer and Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Research Group Lead

  • Telephone:
    020 7815 7818
  • School/Division:
    Business / Accounting, Finance and Economics
 

Cherry is a qualified solicitor specialising in business affairs. She graduated from the University of Bristol with a qualifying law degree and University College London with an LLM in International Business Law. Prior to her academic career, Cherry was an in-house solicitor serving a listed company with over 40 entities and worked closely with several international law firms such as Dorsey & Whitney, Baker & McKenzie and Allen & Overy.

Cherry is a Senior Lecturer and Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Research Group Lead. She is the module leader of Business and Company Law (Undergraduate module) and Business and Corporate Law (Postgraduate module). She has taught at the University of Essex, Kingston University and Glyndwr University London. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has a PG Certificate in Higher Education Practice from Essex University.

Cherry's research interests include the legal aspects of business and business, entrepreneurship and law pedagogies. She has published research articles in the Academy of Management Learning and Education (ABS4*), Journal of General Management (ABS2*), Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, and has peer-reviewed for the Journal of General Management and The International Journal of Management Education, and Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies. She was included in LSBU's Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 submission. Cherry is currently one of the guest editors of a special issue in the Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies.

BA (Hons) Accounting & Finance:

  • Business & Company Law
  • Employability Skills

MSc in Corporate Governance:

  • Business & Corporate Law

Cherry is the research lead for the Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Group. Her research interests include CSR, entrepreneurship amongst vulnerable groups (e.g. refugees and those with autism and learning disabilities), social entrepreneurship, the legal aspects of business and business and law pedagogies. She has published research articles in the Academy of Management Learning and Education (ABS4*), International Small Business Journal (ABS3*), Entrepreneurship and Regional Development (ABS3*), Journal of General Management (ABS2*), Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, and has peer-reviewed for the Journal of General Management and The International Journal of Management Education, and Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies. Her publications were included in LSBU's Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 submission. Cherry was one of the guest editors of a special issue in the Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies.

Most recent publications

Cheung, C and Kwong, C and Fieldhouse, S An Exploratory Quantitative Study into the Relationship between Catholic Affiliation and the Development of Social Entrepreneurship and Non-profit Management Courses in the USA. International Studies in Catholic Education, DOI 10.1080/19422539.2018.1492263

Cheung, C and Kwong, C and Tasavori, M Bricolage, Collaboration and Mission Drift in Social Enterprises. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development,

Cheung, C and Kwong, C Path-and Place-dependence of entrepreneurial ventures at times of war and conflict. International Small Business Journal,

Cheung, C and Zheng, V and Kwong, C and Wong, SL Understanding Chinese entrepreneurship from a historical perspective: What can we Learn from our Entrepreneurship heritage and How? [Editorial]. Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, 8. 298-303. DOI 10.1108/JEEE-07-2016-0021

Cheung, C Exploitative Learning and Entrepreneurial Opportunity Recognition of a Family Business in Hong Kong during and after the Second World War. Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, 8. 321-334. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JEEE-06-2015-0035

Cai, QQ and Cheung, C and Kwong, C Early Global Trotters and their Entrepreneurial Employment Practices. A Case Study of the Colonial Hong Kong Government, 1845–1850.. Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, 8. 378-384. DOI 10.1108/JEEE-07-2016-0022

More publications at LSBU Research Open
  • Solicitor, Supreme Court of England & Wales
  • Fellow, Higher Education Academy
  • Reviewer, Journal of General Management (ABS2*)
  • Reviewer, The International Journal of Management Education (ABS1*)
  • Reviewer, Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies
  • Guest editor and reviewer, Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies
  • Member of Assessment Review Panel, Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators
 
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