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Accounting & Finance PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Sheffield

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  Sheffield Business School PhD Scholarships
Sheffield Business School PhD Scholarships. Study at the Sheffield Business School (SBS). A PhD in SBS offers you a brilliant opportunity to develop your research skills and knowledge to create a real impact either in academia, public sector, private sector or as an entrepreneur.
  ‘Good leadership’ and employee well-being - focus on the development of a leadership measurement that focuses explicitly on the promotion of employee well-being with other well-established leadership styles
  Research Group: Work, Organisations and Employment Relations Research Centre (WOERRC)
  Prof K Nielsen, Dr K Hildenbrand
Applications accepted all year round
This PhD will focus on the link between leadership and employee well-being/health.
  Delivery Work: Exploring Labour Process Change in the Parcel Delivery Sector.
  Research Group: Work, Organisations and Employment Relations Research Centre (WOERRC)
  Prof K Newsome
Applications accepted all year round
The burgeoning expansion of e-commerce has increased demand for home delivery and has facilitated the growth in parcel delivery companies, subcontracted from retailers.
  Giving voice to co-operative agriculture: a political economy and social accounting approach
  Research Group: Centre for Research into Accounting and Finance in Context (CRAFiC)
  Dr S Smyth, Dr S Lanka
Applications accepted all year round
This project seeks to develop an innovative understanding of the role of co-operative agriculture producers by using concepts from political economy, a dialogical theory of communication and social accounting practices.
  Investigating the ways in which children develop their knowledge of financial literacy in different national contexts, specifically Japan and the UK.
  Research Group: Critical Research in Marketing and Society (CReiMS)
  Dr C Oates, Dr N Komori
Applications accepted all year round
In today’s world, there are many communications from financial institutions about currency values, lending rates, inflation and so on that also demand a certain level of financial literacy to be fully understood and evaluated.
  Labour inspection under pressure - to compare labour inspection to non-state forms of regulation and standard setting
  Research Group: Work, Organisations and Employment Relations Research Centre (WOERRC)
  Prof J Heyes
Applications accepted all year round
Labour inspectorates across the world are facing multiple challenges relating to, among other things, their budgets and resources and the increasing complexity of supply chains.
  Management in the non-profit sector - how management science can contribute to strengthening organisations engaged with social change and transformation
  Research Group: Institute of Work Psychology (IWP)
  Dr E Girei, Dr Diane Burns
Applications accepted all year round
The proposed PhD project explores management issues within the non-profit sector with the aim of deepening our understanding on how management science can contribute to strengthening organisations engaged with social change and transformation.
  Responsible Investor Engagement on Extinction Prevention
  Research Group: Centre for Research into Accounting and Finance in Context (CRAFiC)
  Prof J Atkins
Applications accepted all year round
Our world is currently experiencing a sixth period of mass species extinction. Current extinction rates are estimated somewhere between a thousand and ten thousand times higher than the ‘natural’ level of extinction.
  Speaking Up about Unethical behaviour: The factors that are likely to contribute towards the voicing (or silence) of unethical behaviour
  Research Group: Institute of Work Psychology (IWP)
  Dr S Brooks
Applications accepted all year round
Acts of unethical behaviour can be particularly devastating for organisations, both in terms of performance and reputation.
  Structural imbalances in the global economy and the consequences for labour.
  Research Group: Work, Organisations and Employment Relations Research Centre (WOERRC)
  Prof J Heyes
Applications accepted all year round
The financial crisis exposed serious structural imbalances in the global economy. For example, the character of the crisis in the Eurozone reflected persistent current account deficits in Spain, Portugal and Greece, which were the mirror image of persistent surpluses on the part of other countries, notably Germany.
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