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  Managing Ethical Supply Chain Risks Using Traditional Collaborative Approaches
  Dr N Palit, Dr K Fryer
Applications accepted all year round

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Project reference number. GSBS-2019-120. The nature of the risks present in the supply chain is ever changing. One of the modern day concerns of the supply chains is to manage the ethical risks including sensitive issues such as child labour exploitation, modern-day slavery, and human trafficking.
  Ensuring efficient, equitable and sustainable support for people with care needs in ageing societies
  Dr Marcello Morciano, Prof M Sutton
Application Deadline: 10 March 2020

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The PhD will be undertaken within the Economic Sustainability research theme of the National Institute for Health Research Applied Research Collaboration for Greater Manchester (ARC-GM).
  Financial Literacy and Access to Finance to Women Entrepreneurs
  Research Group: International Development
  Dr R Arora
Applications accepted all year round

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Significanr literature has identified financial inclusion as an important factor in poverty reduction, inequality and achieving high inclusive economic growth.
  Exploring the psychological factors that influence change in online behaviour
  Dr N Davinson
Applications accepted all year round

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Psychologists recognise the way in which someone engages with technology can present threats to online security. Phishing attacks and identity theft attempts often arise from unsafe online behaviours, and users have a significant role to play in avoiding such attacks.
  Exploring the vulnerable suspects’ pathway through the criminal justice system to improve on practice-based frameworks.
  Dr L Farrugia
Applications accepted all year round

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Current guidance makes some provisions for vulnerable suspects to be treated with ‘special care’ upon first entering police custody.
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