Tony Morden is a highly experienced British Higher Education lecturer and professional textbook author. The Second Edition of Principles of Management was his seventh book. The Chinese language edition of Principles of Management [2e] was his eighth book. The Third Edition of Principles of Strategic Management is his ninth book. The Arabic language edition of Principles of Management [2e] is his tenth book.
Tony Morden's latest book A Short Guide to Equality Risk will be published by Ashgate Gower during 2010 or early 2011.
Tony Mordenís first book, published in 1987, sold more than 50,000 copies world-wide, including ELBS and LPBB editions distributed to a number of Third World and Developing Countries. He has also published refereed articles in such academic journals as the European Business Review, Cross Cultural Management, International Journal of Value-Based Management, Management Decision, British Food Journal, Food Marketing, Marketing Intelligence and Planning, Quarterly Review of Marketing, and the US journal Scholar and Educator. He has published articles in the UK professional journals Management Accounting and the Online Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, and in the trade journals British Baker and Baking Today. He has delivered academic conference papers in both the UK and the USA, and has been a Visiting Scholar at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.
Tony Morden has extensive experience of teaching, examining and assessment at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional levels. He has held a number of external university assessorships and was for nearly a decade the Examiner in Management for one of the UKís largest and most prestigious international professional accountancy bodies.
Tony Morden is proud of the major contribution he has made through his books and publications, through his teaching, and through his assessment experience to the widening of student access and opportunity, and to the increasing of participation rates in Higher and Professional Education in the UK and internationally.
Tony Morden is a Fellow of the UK Academy of Higher Education (FHEA). He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (FRSA).