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Dr Elizabeth Jackson


Position
Senior Lecturer
Faculty
Office of the Provost
School
Faculty of Business and Law
Campus
Bentley Campus
Location
402.807A
Phone
08 9266 7706

Brief Summary

Elizabeth has an industry and education background in agribusiness and food supply chain systems. Upon completing a First-class Honours degree in Agribusiness Marketing from Curtin University's Muresk Institute of Agriculture, she held various research and management position at the CBH Group. During her time there, she mainly worked in the field of operations being responsible grain quality and managing a regional operations centre. Elizabeth studied for an MBA while working at CBH and then went on to work in business development for Canola Breeders Western Australia where she was responsible for business development of this start-up agri-biotech company. Elizabeth embarked upon an ARC-Linkage PhD studentship to study the behavioural determinants of Western Australian wool producers in their attitudes towards forward contracts. Upon completing the PhD, Elizabeth moved to the north-east of England to work at Newcastle University where she was the Degree Programme director of the BSc Agribusiness Management degree; her research interests included food marketing, supply chain management and maritime economics. In 2014, Elizabeth moved to the University of London's Royal Veterinary College where she became a Senior Lecturer in Business Management and continued her research interests in agribusiness and food supply chains (to include livestock marketing, livestock supply chains, farmer attitudes to biosecurity) and while also exploring the development of veterinary business education. At the Royal Veterinary College, Elizabeth was the Course Director for the College's Professional Doctorate degrees. Elizabeth is now a Senior Lecturer within Curtin Business School where she teaches units related to supply chain management and distribution and continues to research food and agribusiness systems.

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Memberships, Awards and Training

RCVS Knowledge EBVM Network; The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (UK); International Farm Management Association; International Farm Management Association Institute of Agricultural Management (UK); Agricultural Economics Society (UK)

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Employment History

Curtin University – Senior Lecturer in Supply Chain Management & Logistics 2017-present; Royal Veterinary College – Senior Lecturer in Business Management 2016-2017; Royal Veterinary College – Lecturer in Business Management 2014-2016; Newcastle University - Lecturer in Agribusiness Management & Marketing 2008-2013; Canola Breeders' WA - Business Development Manager 2003-2004; CBH Group - Operations Researcher, Grain Quality Manager, District Operations Manager 1999-2002;

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Teachings

MGMT5013 Global Distribution and Transportation and MGMT6018 Supply Chain Quality Management

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Research Interests

My areas of interest are: • Food marketing and consumer decision making • Food supply chains • Agricultural supply chains (to include livestock, grain, horticulture) • Maritime transport; Methodologies: • Greatest strength is in qualitative approaches • Some quantitative skills • Strengths in mixed-method research

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Publications


2017

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Suleiman, A., E. L. Jackson, and J. Rushton. 2017. "Perceptions, circumstances and motivators affecting the implementation of contagious bovine pleuropneumonia control programmes in Nigerian Fulani pastoral herds." PREVENTIVE VETERINARY MEDICINE Ahead of print
  • Chan, E., and E. L. Jackson. 2017. "Improving Student Engagement in Veterinary Business Studies." JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EDUCATION Ahead of print
  • Gibson, T., and E. L. Jackson. 2017. "The economics of animal welfare." OIE Scientific and Technical Review 36 (1): 125-135.
  • Jackson, E. L., and E. Armitage-Chan. 2017. "The challenges and issues of undergraduate student retention and attainment in UK veterinary medical education." JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL EDUCATION 44 (2): 247-259.
  • Hauser, S., and E. L. Jackson. 2017. "A Survey of the Non-clinical Benefits of EBVM." Veterinary Evidence 2 (3)

2016

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Jackson, E. L., and T. Gibson. 2016. "The economics of animal health and welfare." International Animal Health Journal 3 (2): 14-18.
  • Calatayud, A., R. Palacin, J. Mangan, E. L. Jackson, and A. Ruiz-Rua. 2016. "Understanding connectivity to international markets: a systematic review." TRANSPORT REVIEWS 36 (6): 713-736.
  • Jackson, E. L., and S. Hauser. 2016. "Non-Clinical Benefits of Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine." Veterinary Evidence 1 (3): 1-10.
  • Jackson, E. L., A. Waret‐Szkuta, D. Raboisson, J. Niemi, M. Aragrande, J. Gethmann, S. Babo Martins, D. Höreth‐Böntgen, P. Sans, K. D. Stärk, B. Häsler, and J. Rushton. 2016. "Europe Needs Consistent Teaching of the Economics of Animal Health." EuroChoices 15 (2): 42-49.

2015

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Suleiman, A., E. L. Jackson, and J. Rushton. 2015. "Challenges of pastoral cattle production in a sub-humid zone of Nigeria." TROPICAL ANIMAL HEALTH AND PRODUCTION 47 (6): 1177-1185.
  • Angell, R., M. Gorton, L. Dries, V. Urutyan, E. L. Jackson, and J. White. 2015. "Power, buyer trustworthiness and supplier performance: evidence from the Armenian dairy sector." International Marketing Management 50 (1): 69-77.

2013

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Karamperidis, S., E. L. Jackson, and J. Mangan. 2013. "The use of indices in the maritime transport sector." Maritime Policy & Management 40 (4): 379-386.
  • Sehib, K., E. L. Jackson, and M. Gorton. 2013. "Gender, social acceptability and the adoption of supermarkets: evidence from Libya." International Journal of Consumer Studies 37 (4): 379-386.

2012

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Jackson, E. L., S. Robson, and T. Huddart. 2012. "Staff and student perceptions of internationalisation." Occasional Papers in Education and Lifelong Learning 6 (2): 32-51.

2010

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Jackson, E. L., and T. Huddart. 2010. "Curriculum Design Based on Home Students' Interpretations of Internationalisation." Annual Review of Education, Communication and Language Sciences 7: 80-112.

2009

Journal Articles (Research)

2007

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Jackson, E. L., M. Quaddus, N. Islam, and J. Stanton. 2007. "Wool industry stakeholder opinions on the pros and cons of forward contracts." International Journal of Sheep and Wool Science 55 (1): 33-47.

2006

Journal Articles (Research)

  • Jackson, E., M. Quaddus, N. Islam, and J. Stanton. 2006. "Hybrid Vigour of Behavioural Theories in the Agribusiness Research Domain. Is it Possible?." Journal of International Farm Management 3 (3): 1-15.
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2015

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Henry, C., and E. L. Jackson. 2015. "Women’s entrepreneurship and the future of the veterinary profession." e-Organisations and People 22 (3): 34-42.

2014

Journal Articles (Scholarly/Professional)

  • Jackson, E. L., J. Rushton, and B. Haesler. 2014. "Economics of animal health." International Animal Health Journal 1 (1): 22-24.
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