Date of Birth: 04/28/1940
Citizenship: United Kingdom
About the business and psychology
Carey was awarded an honorary Doctor of Middlesex University. He was elected an honorary member of the faculty of occupational therapy at the Royal College of Physicians. Cooper received an honorary Doctor of Science from the University of Sheffield. He founded the company `Robertson Cooper Limited`, employing psychologists and business professionals to achieve well-being.
Cary Cooper, born on 28 April 1940, in a family with Romanian roots. He holds a Bachelor of Science, Master of Economics and Management PhD. Prior to joining Cooper of Lancaster University in the 1980s was the head of the Manchester School of Management (UMIST). Since 2002, he is Deputy Vice-Chancellor of UMIST.
In the period from 1979 to 1980 was chairman of Cooper Department of Education and the department of Management Development Academy (Academy of Management), a professional association of scientists responsible for the release of several scientific journals, conferences, organization, etc. At the same time Cooper was the Founding President of the British Academy of Management (BAM).
In June 2005, Carey was appointed head of the Institute of Sunningdale (Sunningdale Institute), `Virtual Academy leading mysliteleypo management, organization and rukovodstvu`. This institute, located in the department of the National School of Administration of the United Kingdom (UKNSG), brings together scientists and industrialists from around the world to consult on important matters relating to the organization of the public sector UK.
Cooper - CEO `Robertson Cooper Limited`, staffed by psychologists and business professionals to achieve well-being. He founded the company in 1999 together with Ivan Robertson (Ivan Robertson). Cooper was the founder and chief editor of `Journal ofOrganizational Behavior`.
He received British citizenship in 2003. In the same year, Carey was awarded an honorary doctor of the University of Middlesex (Middlesex University). In 2005 he was elected an honorary member of the faculty of occupational therapy at the Royal College of Physicians (Royal College of Physicians). In 2011, Cooper received an honorary Doctor of Science from the University of Sheffield (University of Sheffield).
Cooper often gives interviews to the British press, including BBC and ITV. He argues on its own threads, as well as comment on the current events.