Henry Sidsaph BSc (hons) MSc
Henry is a final year PhD student and researcher at the Business Research Institute. He has previously conducted several social and economic European Union funded research projects and has undertaken research with smallholder organic olive oil producers in Almería Province, Spain (considering; environmental stewardship, and social enterprise initiatives).
He has previously worked as a researcher for a developmental-NGO based in Malawi, and also as a researcher at the University’s Centre for Labour Market Development and Research Office. His interests and experiences have an international theme, notably in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Mediterranean, primarily focusing on; rural economies, livelihoods, and sustainable development.
He is currently leading a research project as part of his PhD thesis focusing on decision making and sustainable development in the context of alternative food networks.
Finally, Henry is an avid Manchester United fan, dog lover, and keen hill walker!
Sidsaph, H., Harris, P. (2015). Chester Forum V Edited Proceedings. University of Chester, Business Research Institute, ISBN: 978-1-910481-01-1.
Alford, S., Sidsaph, H. (2014). Evaluation of the Riverside Innovation Centre of the University of Chester for the ERDF. Chester: University of Chester, Centre for Labour Market Development.
Adderley, S., Harris, P., & Sidsaph, H. (2014). The European Guide Dog Federation: Project Appraisal. Chester: University of Chester, Centre for Labour Market Development.
Sidsaph, H., & Adderley, S. (2014). Guide dog user attitudes towards the implementation of non-discriminative legislation in EU Member States 2014. Chester: University of Chester. Centre for Labour Market Development.
Sidsaph, H. (2013). Efficient agriculture: Sustainable organic olive oil production in Almería Province; smallholder perspectives. University of Chester. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10034/346644
Sidsaph, H. (2012). A critical Appraisal of a Development Intervention, Fuel efficient stoves, Malawi. Blantyre: Masuku Tree of Life.