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Economics (2013) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Strategy in Hybrid Organisations
  Research Group: Strategy and International Business group
  Dr S Ljubownikow
Applications accepted all year round

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Hybrid organisations have received increased attention within the literature on organisations, strategy, and particular strategy practice.
  Economic Modelling of Female Participation in a Mixed Health Care System of Developing Economies
  Dr K Y Lim
Applications accepted all year round

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Physician dual practice has long been documented in the Health Economics literature as a prevalent feature in the national health system of developing countries.
  The Development of Mathematical and Statistical Models of Sports Betting, with a View to Detection of Irregular Activities
  Dr G Hunter, Dr P Soan
Applications accepted all year round

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Corrupt activities in professional sport linked to illegal betting have received much attention in the press over recent months, tarnishing sports’ reputation, which could lead to great reductions in revenue.
  Productivity Challenge: the Role of Technology Standards
  Dr C Li, Prof G Battisti
Application Deadline: 19 June 2019

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First Supervisor. Dr Cher Li (Industrial Economics, Nottingham University Business School). Second Supervisor. Prof. Giuliana Battisti (Strategy and International Business, Warwick Business School).
  Technological Innovation and HRM in Chinese Firms
  Dr H Xian, Prof A Tylecote
Applications accepted all year round

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A firm’s technological capability, the ability to utilise, adapt, and change existing technological knowledge, and to develop new technologies, products and processes, are often considered to be crucial in helping the firm seize opportunities in uncertain environments and sustain competitive advantages over rivals.
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