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Justin Byrne is an Assistant Professor, teaching Communication and intercultural skills in the Bachelor in Management (B.Sc.), Master in Management (MIM) and M.Sc. programmes on the Madrid campus. From 2014-2018 he was Local Academic Director of the Bachelor in Management at the Madrid Campus of ESCP, playing a key role in the launch and delivery of the programme in Madrid,  as well as in business development in Spain and other markets. Since 2012 he has also served as Coordinator of Languages and Cultures on the Madrid Campus.

With a BA in History and Masters in Philosophy from the University of Manchester and a Ph.D. in History and Civilization from the European University Institute in Florence,  Justin Byrne is an area specialist in Spain and Latin America. With a background in the humanities and social sciences, his teaching and research interests have spanned the workings of politics, society and culture. His work is also informed by his experience working and living in five countries for Spanish, French, British and US and international organizations.

Justin Byrne is a specialist in the construction industry, with a dozen publications on different aspects of the history and development of the sector in Spain. His research has focused on industrial organization, labour relations and employment practice, including issues of ethnic and gender diversity and the transnational posting of workers within the EU. In 2006 he appeared as a Country Expert on this topic before the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs of the European Parliament.

His current research focuses, on the one hand, on assessment and training in the field of cultural intelligence (CQ), particularly with respect to management students and young professionals. On the other hand, he is currently researching the way in which companies and organizations can, and sometimes do, make strategic use of their history in constructing their culture and identity and defining and executing management decisions. This inspries a nascent consultancy pratice in the field.  

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Chapters

2011

BYRNE, J., J.

Spain

In: In search of cheap labour in Europe. Working and living conditions of posted workers in Europe, Jan Cremers CLR/Reed Business International, pp.134-145

Other Intellectual Contributions

2011

BYRNE, J., J.

Barcelona 1992

CONSTRUCTION LABOUR RESEARCH NEWS, 2 /2011, pp.8-16

Academic Articles

2005

BYRNE, J., J., L.CLARKE, M.VAN DER MEER

Gender and ethnic minority exclusion from skilled occupations in construction: a Western European comparison

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS, 23 (December 2005), pp, 1025-1034

Chapters

2004

BYRNE, J., J.

Spain

In: The free movement of workers in the European Union, Jan Cremers and Peter Donders CLR/Reed Business International, 115-22

Chapters

2004

BYRNE, J., J.

A South European perspective on migrant construction workers: Spain since 1986

In: Free mobility and EU Enlargement- migration of construction workers,, Nicolas Lubanyi and Elsebet Frydendal Pedersen CLR, pp.12-31

Chapters

2002

BYRNE, J., J., M.VAN DER MEER

Spain

In: Building Chaos: Regulation and Deregulation in the Building Industry, Gerhard Bosch and Peter Philips New York and London: Routledge, pp. 138-160