Michal teaches and researches in the areas of marketing ethics, marketing theory, strategic marketing, retail management/marketing, ethical consumption, consumer culture and consumer behaviour. Her research has appeared in the European Journal of Marketing, Marketing Theory, Journal of Business Ethics
, Journal of Business Research
and Higher Education Research and Development
. Michal is currently co-editing a interdisciplinary book titled ‘Ethics and Morality in Consumption: Interdisciplinary Perspectives’
to be published by Routledge, and co-convening an ESRC Seminar Series of the same title. Michal holds a BEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Melbourne, and a PhD also from the University of Melbourne. Prior to entering academia, Michal spent almost a decade working for Unilever in Australia and the UK.
Most recent and forthcoming publications:
Carrington, M., Chazidakis, A., & Shaw, D. (2016) ‘Ethics and Morality in Consumption: Interdisciplinary Perspectives’, Routledge Publications.
Carrington, M. & Neville, B. (2016), 'Marketers are Consumers Too: Integrating Consumer-Self in Potential Value Creation', European Journal of Marketing
Carrington, M., Zwick, D., & Neville, B. (2016) ‘The ideology of the ethical consumption gap’, Marketing Theory
, 16(1), 21 - 38.
Carrington, M., Neville, B., & Canniford, R. (2015) ‘Unmanageable Multiplicity: Consumer Transformation Towards Moral Self Coherence’, European Journal of Marketing
Carrington, M., Neville, B., & Whitwell, G. (2014) ‘Lost in Translation: Exploring the Ethical Consumer Intention-Behavior Gap’, Journal of Business Research
, 67(1), 2759-2767.