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  Two Birds One Stone: Leveraging Branding Strategies to Protect Brands against Counterfeits (RDF20/BL/MOS/BIAN)
  Prof X Bian, Prof C Cui
Application Deadline: 24 January 2020

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Firms invest heavily in branding. Branding and brand management are extensively examined in academic research. Surprisingly, brand protection remains a largely underresearched area (Ertekin et al., 2018) of significant implications, particularly to luxury brands which face infringement, such as counterfeits.
  The sharing economy and the cultivation of homeliness in tourism. A study of domestic cosmopolitan fantasies in Airbnb (RDF20/BL/MOS/OBRADOR)
  Dr P Obrador
Application Deadline: 24 January 2020

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Airbnb is the most successful and controversial example of the sharing economy in tourism. Its rapid growth has changed the way hospitality is organised, breaking the conventional relations between hosts and guests in tourism.
  Museum Factivism: Critical heritage practice, knowledge intermediation and visitor engagement (RDF20/BL/MOS/WILSON)
  Dr S Wilson, Prof T Mordue
Application Deadline: 24 January 2020

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Museums are fantastic storytellers, bringing the past to life and engaging a wide range of audiences. This makes them uniquely placed to act as mediators between experts and publics.
  Museum factivism: critical heritage practice, knowledge intermediation and visitor engagement (SF19/MOS/WILSON)
  Dr S Wilson, Dr J Swords, Prof X Bian
Applications accepted all year round

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Museums are fantastic storytellers, bringing the past to life and engaging a wide range of audiences. This makes them uniquely placed to act as mediators between experts and publics.
  Understanding how historical perspectives on Family Businesses can inform future generations’ success: Back to the Future? (SF19/EIS/WILSON)
  Prof J Wilson, Dr A Devine
Applications accepted all year round

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“It’s seven generations, so the weight of history is heavy, very significant. The name is in the history books, so at some point you have to face that and say, ‘How do I live with it? Do I accept it or not?’ That part is much more complex than the money.
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