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University of Reading Social Science & Health PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 54 University of Reading Social Science & Health PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 54 University of Reading Social Science & Health PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Accounting and Financial Management PhD Opportunities

This postgraduate research programme offers PhD or MPhil supervision in the area of accounting. About the Programme. Join high calibre doctoral students from all around the world and study at a triple-accredited global business school. Read more

Isotope signals of domestication and taming in the past.

This project is part of the Wellcome Trust project. From 'Feed the Birds', to 'Do Not Feed the Animals'. Signs stating ‘Do not feed the animals’ are ubiquitous in zoos, national parks and urban spaces. Read more

PhDs at Henley Business School

Join high calibre doctoral candidates from more than 25 countries in the world and study at a triple-accredited global business school. Read more

School ventilation and indoor environment quality

Children are a particularly vulnerable section of society. They are physiologically less able to regulate their temperature and are more vulnerable to exposure to air pollution than adults. Read more

Climate-resilient architectural and building design: learning from the past

Our climate is changing, and extreme events are becoming more frequent. For example, the UK Climate Projections found that in the UK we will see hotter drier summers and wetter windier winters, and heatwave days in the UK become more frequent and last longer. Read more

Health behaviours in sport

Why do people behave the way they do? What impact can an individual’s behaviour have on their physical health? What are the unique challenges and opportunities experienced by people who participate in sport?. Read more

Steppe fires, dust storms and deposition of the light-absorbing impurities on the Tien Shan glaciers

The project aims to assess the influence of the wildfire on the development of dust storms in the steppes of Central Asia and north-western China and evaluate the combined input of the wildfire and dust storms on the deposition of the Light Absorbing Impurities (LAI) on the snowpack and glaciers in the Tien Shan Mountains. Read more

Exploring the determinants of financial capability

There has been a growing interest in the field of financial capability in recent years, as the array of financial decisions individuals are faced with have become increasingly complex. Read more

Design Apothecary of Embodied Knowledge for Inclusive Spaces

The Design Apothecary of Embodied Knowledge aims to bring together hybrid processes informed by design, movement practices and emerging technologies to examine how we can better map thinking in ways of movement in architectural design. Read more

Financialisation and corporate governance: Understanding mechanisms through evolutionary game theory

All the way back in 1988, Andrei Schleifer and Lawrence Summers posited that leveraged buyouts may result in companies being run less efficiently if buyers are able to use their newfound control to break the company’s relational contracts (e.g. Read more

Functional Data Analysis in Finance

In Functional data analysis (FDA), the variable of interest can be naturally viewed as a smooth curve or function, rather than scalars in univariate analysis or vectors in multivariate analysis. Read more

Individual resilience

This project brings together research in psychology and economics to study resilience of individuals. Research suggest that individuals adapt to positive and negative changes in circumstances (such as marriage, divorce, unemployment) but that the effect of some of these changes lasts longer than the effect of others (Clark et al. Read more

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