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PhDs in Business and Management

Duration. 3.5 years. Bursary £16,062 per annum. Closing date for applications. 12 noon (BST) 18th July 2022. The Sheffield Business School intends to appoint PhD students (Graduate Teaching Assistants) on a full time fixed term studentship commencing on 3rd October 2022. Read more

HEC Paris PhD in Management (Accounting, Finance, Economics, Strategy, ISOM, Marketing, HR and Law)

HEC Paris. Founded in 1881,. HEC Paris. is one of the world’s top research schools in economics and management sciences and is consistently ranked among the top institutions in business. Read more

Technology, competition and risk transfer in commercial and industrial property insurance

OVERVIEW. Industrial and commercial property insurance, like other forms of insurance, is a market for risk transfer. This project will use market data provided by WTW and other data sources, including insights obtained from research conducted by other students in the mini-CDT. Read more

Prosumer Interaction with Energy Systems

Position Summary. The decarbonisation of the Energy System will play a vital role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and help mitigate the impacts of Climate Change. Read more
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Co-creating tourist experience under pandemic and climate change crises: Lessons for sustainable place branding

Various popular tourist destinations, such as the Great Barrier Reef, Venice and Mumbai, are facing unprecedented challenges due to climate change and the impact of over-tourism. Read more
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New Protein Value Chains: Pathways to sustainable business models

Background. The need to develop new value chains that support our ambitions for a more sustainable, bio-based and circular economy, as recommended in the Irish FoodWise 2025 and EU Farm to Fork strategies, is the driver for this study. Read more

Sport and Exercise Science and Sports Medicine Research and Enterprise Group

The Sport and Exercise Science and Sports Medicine Research and Enterprise Group conducts innovative, applied research to tackle modern day challenges in sport, health and occupational settings. 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

Antecedents of consumer involvement with esports and its impact on users’ psychological wellbeing

Despite the increased popularity of esports globally, there is still limited research on the psychographic profile of esports users, the patterns of involvement with esports and the relationship between the level of involvement and psychological wellbeing. Read more

University of Bristol School of Management PhD

Research is central to the activities of the School of Management at the University of Bristol. The School comprises a group of academic staff with a variety of interests and a focus on research that has practical relevance. Read more

Carnegie School of Sport

New - Carnegie School of Sport Fully Funded PhD Studentships. Full-time Fully Funded Postgraduate Research Studentships. Start date. Read more

Consumer misbehaviour and interpersonal mistreatment during service encounters

Recent decades have witnessed an increasing body of academic work examining the less-than-perfect side of service provision, where achieving an understanding of the factors stimulating service failure, and consumer misbehaviour has been gradually prioritised, with much of this work also concentrating on potential recovery strategies and related concepts therein. Read more

Consumer Esport engagement and wellbeing

Esport captures many of the distinguishing attributes of traditional sport with competition, socialisation, fans, spectators, and rivalries, however, is unique due to its reliance on computer mediated interfaces. Read more

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