Antony Dilleen

Position: Lecturer
Email: dilleena@regents.ac.uk
Faculty: Business & Management, Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences, Institute of Languages and Culture

Professional Biography

Mr Dilleen graduated from the University of Kent.  He then conducted research at the University of West of England into the growth of SME's and local enterprise growth initiatives with regard to their impact on labour markets and regional development in South West England.  He was also was responsible for the teaching and assessment of courses in economics to language students. 

Antony then worked in Italy and Germany and gained a cultural perspective and an understanding of EU institutions.

After working for a marketing firm in the commercial sector, Mr Dilleen began teaches on the foundation and undergraduate programmes at Regent's University London.  He is also currently Head of economics and law at Guildhall college from 2010.

Qualifications

  • MA European Economics (Kent)
  • BSc (Hons) Applied Economics
  • Cert Languages and European Studies (London)
  • Certificate in teaching (Goldsmiths)

Relevant Past Employment

  • Visiting Lecturer in Economics, University of West of England, Bristol
  • Teacher of business English British Institute, Monza, Italy
  • Technical assistant, British Council, Hannover, Germany

Professional Affiliation(s)/Accreditation

  • Member of ATL

Teaching & Course Development

Module Leader on foundation business management, business report and operations management

Research Supervision

Mr Dilleen has supervised 2 BA dissertations to completion.  He is currently supervising 4 students as primary supervisor & 4 as second supervisor.

Research Interests

Research interests include Project management, feasibility studies (photoelectric solar power), land use evaluation, urban growth theory, sustainability

Other Outputs

  • MA Thesis Economic convergence in Kent – an economic puzzle

Grants Awarded

  • Leonardo do Vinci (Leipzig)
  • Interreg (Nord Pas de Calais)
  • Comett (Trentino Alto Adige)
  • Erasmus (Italy)

Last updated: 08 December 2017