Dr Greig Mill FHEA BSc MSc PhD

Senior Lecturer - Business Management

York Business School

E: g.mill@yorksj.ac.uk

T: +44 (0)1904 876478

Dr Greig Mill

Qualifications: FHEA | BSc (York) | MSc (Birmingham) | PhD (De Montfort)


My current teaching and research interests are mainly around international trade, globalization and international economics. I also have experience in the areas of sustainability, environmental psychology and socially responsible investment. I have supervised three doctoral students to completion of PhD and acted as internal examiner for two doctoral students.

Further Information


I teach on the following undergraduate and postgraduate modules:

  • 2BM100 International Trade & Globalization
  • 3BM180 International Business Economics
  • MMB037 Business & Sustainability
  • MMB039 International Trade & Business



I am interested in social and environmental aspects of business, for example regarding responsible business behaviour or regarding the impact of business activities on particular groups or environments.


Research Student Supervision

I would welcome enquiries from potential research students working on Sustainable Business; International Trade; Globalisation; International Economics; Environmental Psychology; Socially Responsible Investment. Research Group: BS Futures Logo

Futures Research Group

Professional Activities

I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Within York St John I am an elected member of the Board of Examiners for Progress and Award, and a member of the Environmental Management Committee.


  • Charnley F, Fleming P, Dowsett T, Fleming M, Cook M and Mill GA (2010) Engaging schools in the science of low-energy buildings. Public Understanding of Science. Published online 23 November 2010, http://pus.sagepub.com/content/early/2010/11/16/0963662510385060
  • Charnley F, Fleming P, Fleming M and Mill GA (2010) Engaging pupils in the science, engineering and technology of a low-energy school . School Science Review, 92(338), 73-80.
  • Compton AD and Mill GA (2005) Corporate commitment to environmental and social responsibility and subsequent volatility in share price: case studies, Global Finance Conf, 27-29 June, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, p108.
  • Etchart A, Sertyesilisik B and Mill GA (2012) Environmental effects of shipping imports from China and their economic valuation: the case of metallic valve components. Journal of Cleaner Production, 21, 51-61.
  • Mill GA, van Rensburg TM, Hynes S and Dooley C, Preferences for multiple use forest management in Ireland: citizen and consumer perspectives, Ecological Economics, Elsevier, Vol 60, Iss 3, pp 642-653, (2007), ISSN 0921-8009.
  • Mill GA (2006) The Financial Performance of a Socially Responsible Investment Over Time and a Possible Link with Corporate Social Responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics, 63, 131–148.
  • Mill, GA and Holland, L (2005) Socially responsible investment, information and the myth of underperformance. Social Responsibility, 1 (1/2), pp. 91 - 97.
  • van Rensburg TM and Mill GA (2010) Biodiversity Conservation in Managed Landscapes, Chapter 4 in: Lovett JC and Ockwell DG, A Handbook of Environmental Management. Edward Elgar. ISBN: 9781840642070.
  • van Rensburg, TM, Mill, GA, Common, M, Lovett, J, 2002. Preferences and multiple use forest management. Ecological Economics 43, 231–244.
  • Wall R, Devine-Wright P and Mill GA, Interactions between perceived behavioral control and personal normative-motives: qualitative and quantitative evidence from studies of commuting-mode choice, Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2, pp 63-86, (2008), ISSN: 1558-6898.
  • Wall R, Devine-Wright P and Mill GA, Comparing and combining theories to explain proenvironmental intentions: the case of commuting-mode choice, Environment & Behavior, 39(6), pp 731-753, (2007), ISSN 0013-9165.
  • Wall, RD, Devine-Wright, P and Mill, GA (2005) Psychological predictors in context: an empirical study of interactions between determinants of car use intentions. In: Martens, B and Keuf, G. eds. Designing social innovation: Planning, building, evaluating. Cambridge MA: Hogrefe & Huber, pp. 117-126.
  • Wilson C, Irvine KN and Mill GA (2010) Using Theory-Based Evaluation to Assess Communications Approaches, Counting on Energy Programs: It’s Why Evaluation Matters, Paris, France: International Energy Program Evaluation Conference, June 2010.
  • Wilson C, Irvine K and Mill G, (2010) Designing communication that changes behaviour. 21st IAPS conference: Vulnerability, Risk and Complexity: Impacts of Global Change on Human Habitats, Leipzig, Germany, 27 June-2 July 2010, International Association People-Environment Studies.
  • Wilson C, Irvine KN and Mill, GA (2009) The When and How of Communicating Climate Change. In: IAPNM 2009, 8th international Congress of the International Association on Public and Nonprofit Marketing, University of Valencia, Spain 18th-19th June 2009. www.adeit.uv.es/aimpnl2009
  • Young DC, Mill GA and Wall R, Feasibility of renewable energy storage using hydrogen in remote communities in Bhutan, Int Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Vol 32, Iss 8, pp 997-1009, (2007), ISSN 0360-3199.
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