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Leadership and Meaningful Work in the Hybrid Public Sector Context

The public sector is operating in an increasingly hybrid context where complex relationships exist between public, private and third sector organisations (White et al., 2021). Read more

Is the convergence of legal systems truly possible? Overcoming the challenges of domestic legal cultures.

The convergence debate has traditionally brought together two opposing views. On the one hand, strong-form convergence theory rooted in evolutionary theories supports the view that legal sysems are, in fact, convergening. Read more

Assessing the resilience of the UK’s corporate insolvency law regime in times of crisis

The project aims to examine the resilience and sustainability of the UK’s corporate insolvency law regime in times of crisis. Over the last two decades alone, the UK has been confronted by successive severe crises, including the Great Financial Crisis of the late 2000s, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the energy crisis. Read more

Circular Economy Transitions in Tourism

The topic seeks to establish the current adoption of circular economy (CE) practice in tourism and identify strategies for accelerating the implementation of circularity within the sector. Read more

Investigating the demand of data analytics skills in the Scottish labour market and patterns of supply in Scottish HE sector

Skills Development Scotland, amongst other institutions, have highlighted the importance of data literacy and analytical skills. The aim of this project is to understand the demand and supply for data analytical skills within Scotland. Read more

Science centres and sustainability

Science centres fulfil important societal roles – not only as revenue generating visitor attractions, but as vehicles for informal science learning and community engagement. Read more

Assessing the efficacy of opt-out collective damages actions as a means of providing consumer redress in respect of competition law infringements.

The last decade has seen a massive increase in the levels of private enforcement of EU and UK competition law, with numerous damages actions being raised in national courts, both on a ‘stand-alone’ and ‘follow-on’ basis, the latter referring to actions which take as their evidential basis decisions by public regulators finding infringements of competition law. Read more

Artificial Intelligence and Private International Law

Artificial intelligence has the potential for improving decision making and developing society. The practical application of artificial intelligence may have cross-border implications, raising questions of jurisdiction and applicable law. Read more

Domestic Abuse and the Economic impact on women and children

The project will critically review available data on the impact of limited access to legal aid (in Scotland) and no access to legal aid in England and Wales for women who experience domestic abuse. Read more

Domestic Abuse Support Provision for Trans+ People in Scotland

Recent years in Scotland and the UK have seen both proposed reform of trans+ rights, and a rise in anti-trans voices in the pub Domestic Abuse Support Provision for Trans+ People in Scotland lic sphere. Read more

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