We have 7 Edinburgh Napier University, The Business School PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Edinburgh Napier University, The Business School PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 7 Edinburgh Napier University, The Business School PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Innovating for a Sustainable Future: The Crucial Role of SMEs in Fostering Green Economy and Achieving Net Zero Emissions

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a crucial role in achieving net zero targets. They contribute significantly to the global economy and are responsible for a large portion of greenhouse gas emissions. Read more

Transferring ownership of goods

When the ownership of goods is being transferred, it is important to know the precise point of time at which the transferee becomes owner of the goods, for example in case of the insolvency of one of the parties. Read more

Regulating common property

The person who shares ownership of property along with others is in a somewhat paradoxical position. On the one hand, he or she is owner of the property, with all that implies for his or her right to use the. Read more

Protection of possession

It is a difficult question whether, and to what extent, a legal system should protect the possession of property by someone who may well turn out not to have any right to it. Read more

Barriers and triggers to responsible business practices amongst SMEs.

Recently, there has been a growing call for businesses to become more connected to society and move. beyond simple corporate social responsibility reporting (CSR) and articulate values beyond profits. Read more

Building a sustainability-organisational culture: theory-building and empirical modelling

There is strong evidence, which is replicated often and widely, that organisational culture is an influential driver of organisational behaviour, one that can subsume other factors such as strategy, human resource capability and leadership. Read more
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