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Responsible FinTech: Risks and Governance Implications of Financial Technology

  Research Group: School of Management
As new and rapidly developing technologies hold incredible promise for the advancement of human welfare, they also hold the potential to generate more inequality and more insecurity (UN, 2018). Read more

Emergency Department Pharmacy Services in the United Kingdom: what is their impact on the quality of care?

Pharmacists now work in many UK emergency departments and urgent care centres, in medicines focused roles but also sometimes as designated care practitioners with overall responsibility for patient care. Read more

Centre for Change, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management

The Centre for Change, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management (CENTRIM) is a Centre for Research and Enterprise Excellence within the Brighton Business School. Read more

Analysing a Sustainable Business Model for a Circular Economy Environment.

This project involves developing a methodology for analysing and modelling more sustainable business models for organisations (offering both products and services) and which are seeking to take advantage of a dynamic circular economy environment. Read more

Strategies for Resilient Supply Chains within a Circular Economy Environment.

The manner in which customers and organisations buy goods and services have changed dramatically in recent times. Globalisation policies, reduction of trade barriers, development of new technologies (e.g. Read more

How do international workers ‘negotiate’ care(er) responsibilities?

Recent global phenomena (e.g., COVID-19, Brexit, etc.) have seen significant socio-cultural, political, and economic changes shifts, affecting who we consider as international workers. Read more

Modelling the economic impacts of non-regulated road transport safety in the Global South

The growth of countries of the Global South may rely on various transport modes, referred to as irregular, informal, para-transit, and non-regulated transport, that do not conform to international standards. Read more

Economic modelling of gender issues in road transport

The inclusion of gender issues in road transport has been long recognised. Therefore it appears necessary that effective road transport policies should address gender issues sufficiently. Read more

Research opportunities in Health Economics

York is at the forefront of the study of health economics. Health economics informs how we make difficult decisions about prioritising resources, and helping people to live longer and healthier lives. Read more

Research opportunities in the Department of Economics and Related Studies

Our pioneering work in new fields such as health, development and experimental economics alongside our long-established excellence in more traditional areas such as finance, macroeconomics and econometrics has confirmed York as a world-leader in economic research. Read more

Conservation of pollinator biodiversity and sustainable management of pollination services in agroecosystems

Wild and managed pollinators provide a wide range of benefits to society in terms of contributions to food security, farmer and beekeeper livelihoods, social and cultural values, as well as the maintenance of wider biodiversity and ecosystem stability. Read more

Women entrepreneurship and informal financing in developing economies

Knowledge about the financial services landscape of most developing countries is very limited and yet, approximately 60 percent of women entrepreneurs in that region rely on informal finance as a source for their start–up capital (World Bank Group, 2017). Read more

Understanding Innovation and Labour Market Outcomes in Developing Countries

There is growing evidence that labor markets (in both developed and developing countries) are becoming increasingly polarized, with the share of employment in both high and low wage jobs increasing, while the share of employment in middle-wage jobs has fallen (Acemoglu & Autor, 2011; Goos et al., 2009). Read more

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