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University of Reading Business & Finance PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  38+ SeNSS ESRC-Funded Student-led Studentships Available
38+ SeNSS ESRC-Funded Student-led Studentships Available. SeNSS is offering student-led funded studentships for the 2019/20 academic year, in 13 social science disciplines across 10 universities with exceptional reputations for doctoral training and research.
  Seven SeNSS ESRC-Funded Supervisor-led Studentships Available
SeNSS is offering 7 funded studentships for the 2019-20 academic year. Research Project SeNSS Pathway SeNSS University. Parental mindfulness.
  Applied Economics: What works for firms and the gender pay gap?
  Prof G Razzu, Dr C Singleton
Applications accepted all year round
A vast literature has studied the determinants of gender pay gaps (see for reviews Altonji and Blank, 1999; Weichselbaumer and Winter-Ebmer, 2005; Blau and Kahn, 2017).
  The Economics of Superstars: Wages in Sport - understanding using primary data the changes over the postwar period in sport for its foremost performers
  Dr J Reade, Dr S Jewell
Applications accepted all year round
The work of Sherwin Rosen (1981) established a literature on the economics of superstars - an attempt to explain the very high premia top performers in a given field are able to attract.
  University of Reading, PhD Opportunities
Each year, the University of Reading awards over £8 million of funding in research studentships to home/EU and international students and these great opportunities are open to high quality students for funded research in a wide range of subject areas.
  Combining different neurosciences and experimental economics methods for investigating consumers’ preferences and willingness to pay for new controversial food technologies.
  Dr D Asioli
Applications accepted all year round
A large number of studies have attempted to investigate consumers’ preferences for new food products produced using new controversial food technologies (e.g.
  Consumers’ preferences and willingness to pay for food products: the role of scents and physical presence of goods
  Dr D Asioli
Applications accepted all year round
Consumers’ choices of goods should not vary with changes in the procedure by which they are made or with the description. In this “consequentialist” view, choices should only depend on their likely consequences.
  Crop pollination, pest regulation and soil management: Ecological intensification for sustainable food production
  Dr M Garratt, Dr T Breeze
Applications accepted all year round
Growing populations are placing an ever-increasing demand on agricultural systems to provide sufficient foods, particularly in the developing world.
  Physical activity, energy expenditures, and time use in agriculture and rural livelihood
  Dr G Zanello
Applications accepted all year round
The limited uptake of agricultural innovations with proven productivity-enhancing potential and the translation of productivity increases into improvements in nutrition are two major development challenges facing Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs).
  See what you want to see: Does people’s motivational state determine what attracts their attention?
  Dr J Vogt
Applications accepted all year round
The Self-Regulation, Attention, and Emotion Lab examines various topics at the intersection of self-regulation, emotion, and social cognition research.
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