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Business & Finance PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Newcastle

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  David Goldman PhD studentship in Innovation and Enterprise
  Prof S Papagiannidis
Application Deadline: 22 February 2019
Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. Spring 2019 for 3 years. Overview. Smart technologies aim to improve the quality of life and wellbeing of their users, contributing to economic, social, and environmental development.
  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…
  Social venturing phenomenon: drivers, impact and directions (REF: SF18/BAM/BHOWMICK)
  Dr S Bhowmick, Dr R Wanjiru
Applications accepted all year round
The non-governmental social sector works from reviving orphan drugs for the poorest patients of the deadly black fever disease in India or Sudan to inner city poverty reduction in New York or London, defies traditional business sector explanation.
  Matrix Structure Development in Digital Manufacturing Organisations – their Evolvement via Critical Human Resource Development (CHRD) (REF: SF18/BAM/BENNETT)
  Dr D Bennett, Dr T Roca
Applications accepted all year round
This project will investigate how manufacturing organisations incorporating Digital Technologies, specifically the efficiency and effectiveness of cross-functional working in the matrix structure, can be applied to “real time” working situations through the creation of true synchronous data and worker interface.
  The growth of multinational telecommunication enterprises in Africa: Institutions, markets and technological change (REF: SF18/BAM/WHALLEY2)
  Prof J Whalley, Dr R Nyuur
Applications accepted all year round
Foreign direct investment (FDI) reflects a host of interacting and dynamic factors. Multinational enterprises (MNE) are encouraged to enter a foreign market because of its size or endowment of natural resources, or efficiency reasons.
  Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Creation of High Tech Unicorn Start-ups (REF: SF18/BAM/WHALLEY1)
  Prof J Whalley, Dr J Cunningham
Applications accepted all year round
Entrepreneurial ecosystem research to date has identified a range of actors that contribute to the vibrancy, sustainability, and viability of such ecosystems.
  The role of mundane materiality in family bonding, happiness, and wellbeing (REF: SF18/BAM/EDIRISINGHA)
  Dr P Edirisingha
Applications accepted all year round
This research project proposes to explore little things families do in their ordinary lives.
  The interaction of monetary policy and Asset Prices in a low interest rate environment (REF: SF18/AFM/CHANDORKAR)
  Dr P Chandorkar
Applications accepted all year round
The literature on the interaction between monetary policy and asset prices is well understood under the conventional monetary policy framework.
  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.
  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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