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Business & Management PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

We have 70 Business & Management PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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We have 70 Business & Management PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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Entrepreneurial Ecosystems Knowledge Creation, Sharing, and Learning

Overview. The Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship at the University of Strathclyde invites applications for a fully funded PhD to research how knowledge is created, shared, and used within entrepreneurial ecosystems. Read more

Cultivating hope from the finance-land-food nexus: working relations and the 'value' of land in 21st century Scotland

Overview. This PhD study investigates if and how corporate land grabbing, most commonly associated by new enclosures in Global South, is changing agricultural land value, use and ownership in UK and Europe as a whole. Read more

Data-Driven Robust Optimization for Installation of Offshore Windfarms

Overview. This project focuses on the installation process of wind turbines in offshore wind farms. The researcher is expected to develop optimization models and algorithms to identify the optimal configuration of vessel schedules to minimise installation duration and cost. Read more

Your body, your work: how organisations have used and represented the body image of the ideal employee

There has been work on how leaders have been depicted over time, for example through analyses of business magazines’ cover. What is missing, however, is an understanding how the body image of the ideal employee has been constructed and used in subtle way also to infer professionalism and competence. Read more

Making Healthy Choices in Food Away from Home

According to the World Health Organisation, worldwide obesity has nearly tripled since 1975; as of 2016, more than 1.9 billion adults, 18 years and older, were overweight and of these, over 650 million were obese (. Read more

Labour economics project: The various consequences of wives outearning their husbands

The traditional family unit comprised of the father who specializes in labour market work and the mother who specializes in home production is in decline in the United Kingdom (UK), the United States (US) and many other developed economies across the globe. Read more

Improving Working Conditions in Supply Chains: Beyond Buyer-Centric Approaches

Every day we come across reports about working conditions being violated in supply chains. Codes of conduct and sustainability standards are predominantly used to improve working conditions in supply chains. Read more

How can we best enable LGBT+ people to thrive at work and in business?

This research aims to extend and build upon the work carried out in the Strategy and Organisation Division on diversity and inclusion, specifically on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (as well as other non-heterosexual and non-cisgender) people in the workplace. Read more

Fat! Conceptions of beauty through time and in contemporary society

Body positivity has emerged as one component of the current discussions on diversity in society, together with race and sexuality, as body activists claim their right to be of different body shapes and sizes. Read more

Digital Skills, New working spaces and regional growth

We are looking for highly motivated candidates from any disciplinary background who have strong quantitative skills (or would be able and willing to develop them) and/or strong qualitative skills to undertake research exploring the role of digital skills and new working spaces in supporting regional growth. Read more

Contested bodies: experiences of pain in organizations

Pain is normally seen as a negative experience in one’s own body – an experience that needs to be managed and minimized. In certain professions, pain is often hidden from colleagues to avoid stigma and for fear of missing out on opportunities. Read more

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