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e-commerce PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Investigating Motivational Gender Differences in Online Consumer Decision Making (Advert Reference: RDF19/BL/EIS/THOMSON)
  Dr M Thomson
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Understanding online consumer decision making is crucial to the success of e-commerce and the way in which products are presented online plays an essential role in e-retailers’ marketing strategies.
  EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Cloud Computing for Big Data
This new multi-million pound initiative will train the next generation of experts in the analysis of "big data" using advanced statistical methodologies and the latest cloud computing technologies, addressing an acute worldwide skills shortage.
  Network configuration and optimisation for Omni-Channel retailing supply chain (REF: SF18/BAM/LI)
  Dr G Li
Applications accepted all year round
Omni-channel retailing, in which bricks and mortar joins with other channels such as TV, mobile, tablet, catalogue, and social media as a single means of transaction (Bamfield, 2013), is believed to be the ‘next big trend’ and the future of retailing.
  Delivery Work: Exploring Labour Process Change in the Parcel Delivery Sector.
  Research Group: Work, Organisations and Employment Relations Research Centre (WOERRC)
  Prof K Newsome
Applications accepted all year round
The burgeoning expansion of e-commerce has increased demand for home delivery and has facilitated the growth in parcel delivery companies, subcontracted from retailers.
  Modelling plant trade networks and their response to plant diseases
  Prof A Kleczkowski
Applications accepted all year round
The dispersal of plant diseases is among the most important side effects of a closely integrated global economy. There are many examples of plant diseases that were introduced to the UK and other countries by trade, including Phytophthora ramorum, Dutch elm disease and ash dieback.
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