Brazil's role in regional currency internationalisation
Drs Belfrage and Nilsson have been helping to shape policy at the South American trade bloc Mercosur, through close work with the Brazilian Central Bank.
Breaking the Latin American glass ceiling
Dr Poletti-Hughes has identified that gender diversity has a positive impact on board effectiveness in Latin American companies.
Holding gambling to account
Professors Forrest and McHale's research has been used to develop algorithms to identify and protect gamblers who may be suffering from harm, through shaping Department of Culture, Media and Sport policy.
Improving organisational leadership
Dr Rigg and colleague’s research shows that improvements can be made in organisational leadership capacity and performance by introducing a collaborative problem-solving business culture.
Sustaining SMEs competitiveness and growth through innovation
Professor Andy Lyons led a research group to develop a method to ensure that SMEs are able to adapt to a vast range of complex business contexts, with a focus on supply chains.
International patent systems
Dr Papageorgiadis has developed an annual composite index that rates the effectiveness of the patent systems of 51 countries.
Juggling parenthood, employment and the work-life balance
Dr Radcliffe and Professor Gatrell’s research explores how employed parents manage boundaries between paid work and personal lives, with a particular focus on gender and health.
Shaping India's MHM policy
Dr Garikipati uses her research on menstrual hygiene in India to inform a multi-pronged advocacy strategy with institutional stakeholders from the WASH sector to promote ‘informed choice’ and ‘sustainability’ in India’s menstrual hygiene landscape.
Maintaining dignity in dying
Professor Hunter-Jones, Dr Sudbury-Riley and Dr Al-Abdin developed a new, dynamic Trajectory Touchpoint Tool to capture stories of patient and family experiences in the delivery of end-of-life care leading to recommendations of ways to improve the service offered.