Impact Case Studies
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Business and management research creates new tools for analysing match fixing, leading to real policy change
Research from the University of Liverpool Management School results in an innovate new Index for assessing patent strength
Research connects providers to bring efficiency and dignity to palliative care
A new procurement model developed by business academics transforms the social housing sector
The University of Birmingham’s Enterprise and Diversity Alliance uses expertise to tackle the issues BAME entrepreneurs have in accessing finance.
A team of Scottish researchers shed light on barriers to higher education with a rigorous evidence-based approach.
Teaching a sustainable, regional approach to management empowers local health groups.
Training influenced by research from Southampton Business School now saves a typical hair salon £5,300 a year.
Cardiff's demand led approach to research enables policymakers to access and apply research evidence that improves policy making and delivery.
Producing intelligence on SME growth and performance for UK and international policymakers and practitioners.
This impact case study is based on research concerning the estimation of regional economic impacts through input-output models (IO models) and spatial econometrics.
Research by Birmingham Business School academics has contributed to the successful use of XBRL as the standard for mandatory on-line filing of company statutory accounts and tax…
Research from Francisco Ascui and Craig MacKenzie, Centre for Business and Climate Change Centre at Edinburgh Business School has improved the international practice of carbon…
BU researchers, Professor John Fletcher and Professor Adam Blake, have developed and pioneered new approaches to estimate the economic impacts of tourism activities.
Research conducted by Dr. Philip Alford at Bournemouth University is transforming small owner-managed enterprises into more entrepreneurial and innovative businesses, enabled by…
Research by Dr Steve French has influenced UK employment law and changed how policy makers and practitioners think about vulnerable employment.
Research led by Professor Paul Nightingale has been involved in working with policy-makers to evaluate the most effective schemes to provide finance and other support for SMEs.
Professor John O. S. Wilson's research has sought to understand the growth, development, scale, scope, governance and performance of credit unions in different countries.
Research conducted by the Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC) at Manchester Business School has been used to develop a new approach to economic regeneration.
Dr Joanne Cook at the University of Hull and Dr Jon Burchell from the University of Sheffield led a research project on Employee Sponsored Volunteering (ESV).
Research conducted by Professor John Wildman at Newcastle University Business School highlighted the issues with data and calculations used to understand the relationship between…
Research undertaken by the Birkbeck Sport Business Centre on the broader sports sector has been used to improve governance practices across national governing bodies of sport.
Professor Cooper was appointed lead scientist on the Mental Capital and Wellbeing Foresight project, commissioned by the UK Government Office for Science to inform its vision and…
Academics from Cass Business School have created a better model for calculating compensation which has resulted in fairer compensation for people making claims in the civil or…
The research of Cardiff Business School’s Professor Peter Turnbull has been central to port employers, trade unions and governments meeting challenges and has helped to establish…
Two academics from Salford Business School provide solid contributions in sports business through their research on sports integrity.
Research findings from Middlesex University Business School have influenced how government measures the size of the social enterprise sector and the supply of social investment…
Kingston University Business School's Professor Giampiero Favato joined and contributed to a multidisciplinary research programme (BEST), aimed to demonstrate the…
This impact case study profiles research to build the capacity of smaller ports to perform economically and grow more sustainably through interfacing the knowledge and skills of…
This research by Sheffield University Management School into supply chain resource modelling has had economic and environmental impact, helping businesses adapt operations to…
The research has been undertaken in an economic and political context in which issues of workplace conflict resolution and downsizing have been central to public policy concerns
This research demonstrates that women entrepreneurs make important contributions to economic development, but are disadvantaged by initial under-capitalisation.
This research focused on the defense industry investigated how the power structures underpinning particular buyer-supplier relationships affected the supplier’s willingness to…
Our research highlights the business case for women on boards, as well as seeking a better understanding of the reasons for lack of progress.
Mass car production is the world’s largest manufacturing sector, yet its historical development is poorly understood.
This case study focuses on research led by Professor Richard Thorpe and Ossie Jones on management learning and leadership in small and medium‐sized enterprises.
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