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Northumbria University, Faculty of Business and Law PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  ‘The Rules of the Road in Space’: An optimal legal solution for managing satellites in Low Earth Orbit (Advert Reference: RDF19/BL/LAW/NEWMAN)
  Prof C Newman
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
This project will construct an underpinning legal framework to facilitate the management of satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). It will encompass a detailed examination and critique of the extant legal framework regulating satellites in LEO.
  “Consumer-Brand relationship and Responsible Consumption in Liquid versus Solid Consumption” (Advert Reference: RDF19/BL/MOS/CUI)
  Prof C Cui
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
In the current transformation to digitalisation and social media in marketing and consumption, consumers are getting more involved in ephemeral, access based, and dematerialised consumption (liquid consumption) in contrast to enduring, ownership-oriented and tangible consumption (solid consumption) (Bardhi & Eckhardt 2017).
  An exploration of the changing nature of technology in accounting education: adapting curricula to enable relevant graduates (REF: SF18/AFM/BURDON2)
  Dr W M Burdon, Prof D Sloan
Applications accepted all year round
“The interaction of curriculum, technology, faculty incentives, and student motivation is complex and has not been studied in an organic way” (Apostolou et al.
  An investigation of the role of Lean Six Sigma (LSS) application for manufacturing and service SMEs to develop the regional powerhouse (SF18/BAM/SHOKRI)
  Dr A Shokri
Applications accepted all year round
This project investigates the benefits, limitations, effectiveness and implications of establishing a business excellence strategy and tool amongst Small to Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in relation to meeting the objectives of the development of the regional powerhouse.
  Brexit and Northern England: Newcastle, London and Amsterdam City-Region Economic Development Futures (Advert Reference: RDF19/BL/LHRM/SHUTT)
  Prof J Shutt
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
City- Regions are having to think through their futures post- BREXIT. Moreover, city and regional development leaders have to adjust the future of UK-EU relations.
  Business and community engagement and the satellite campus (Advert Reference: RDF19/BL/EIS/CHARLES)
  Prof D Charles, Dr R Nyuur
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
One characteristic of the increasingly ‘entrepreneurial university’ has been its shift from a single city base to a multi-campus and multi-national operation.
  Courting Environmental Justice: Exploring the Adjudicatory Dimensions in a Globalised World (REF: SF18/LAW/GILL)
  Dr G Gill
Applications accepted all year round
Access to justice rights, a strong procedural dimension, in environmental justice discourse requires fair, open, informed and inclusive state institutional processes.
  Do counterfeits only affect luxury brands that are heavily counterfeited? (Advert Reference: RDF19/BL/MOS/BIAN)
  Prof X Bian
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
The estimate of the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development (2016) suggests that global value of trade in counterfeits and pirated products has increased more than 80 percent in a five-year period and is worth a staggering US$0.5 trillion per year.
  Effect of Big data and Linked Open Data in innovation of IPR management processes (REF: SF18/BAM/DAMIJ)
  Dr N Damij
Applications accepted all year round
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) data can shape (present and future) investment decisions in R&D, protect companies freedom to operate, assess the value…
  Embedding compliance culture in the UK financial service sector’s corporate governance model (REF: SF18/AFM/BURDON1)
  Dr W M Burdon
Applications accepted all year round
“for firms wanting to change their culture a valuable approach may be to recognise that culture is a product of a wide range of contributory factors and then decompose it into its main drivers so that the role of each can be considered and developed” FCA, 2016.
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