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Professor Mark Fenton-O'Creevy
Mark Fenton-O'Creevy is professor of organisational behaviour at The Open University Business School. His research includes investigations into the the psychological and emotional relationships we all have with our money, the role of cognition and emotion in the work of investment bank traders and the problems that occur when management practices are transferred from one country to another. More recently he has been investigating how individuals and organisations make decisions when faced with radical uncertainty.
He is also a national teaching fellow, and Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
He is a member of the Centre for the Public Understanding of Finance (PUFIN) in the OU Business School and and Associate Dean for the Faculty of Business and Law
Professor Mark Fenton-O'Creevy and Adrian Furnham (2019) Money attitudes, personality and chronic impulse buying, In Applied Psychology: An International Review
Adrian Furnham and Professor Mark Fenton-O'Creevy (2018-07-15) Personality and political orientation, In Personality and Individual Differences(129)
Paul Gooderham et al. (2018) A Multilevel Analysis of the Use of Individual Pay-for-Performance Systems, In Journal of Management 4(44)
Professor Mark Fenton-O'Creevy, Professor Sally Dibb and Adrian Furnham (2018-03) Antecedents and consequences of chronic impulsive buying: Can impulsive buying be understood as dysfunctional self-regulation?, In Psychology & Marketing 3(35)
Daniel William Richards et al. (2018) Is the disposition effect related to investors’ reliance on System 1 and System 2 processes or their strategy of emotion regulation?, In Journal of Economic Psychology
Daniel William Richards et al. (2017-01-26) Stock market investors’ use of stop losses and the disposition effect, In The European Journal of Finance 2(23)
Daniel William Richards et al. (2017) Stock market investors' use of stop losses and the disposition effect, In European Journal of Finance 2(23)
Professor Mark Fenton-O'Creevy and Catharina Van Mourik (2016-07-20) I understood the words but I didn’t know what they meant: Japanese online MBA students’ experiences of British assessment practices, In Open Learning 2(31)
Professor Mark Fenton-O'Creevy and Catharina Van Mourik (2016) ‘I understood the words but I didn’t know what they meant’: Japanese online MBA students’ experiences of British assessment practices, In Open Learning 2(31)
Adrian Furnham, Sophie von Stumm and Professor Mark Fenton-O'Creevy (2015-09) Sex differences in money pathology in the general population, In Social Indicators Research 3(123)