Streamlining supply chain practices within the MoD
Professor Lyons led this knowledge exchange project for the Ministry of Defence to research procurement and supply chain practices.
Dr Jo Meehan and Dr Bruce Pinnington are leading a programme of research working with government agencies, organisations, and NGOs, to explore how supply chains are responding to new TISC legislation.
Assisting central banks in improving monetary policy decision making
Professor Oliver de Groot, in collaboration with the economists at the European Central Bank (ECB), is developing novel methods and tools for studying the optimal mix of central bank policy instruments, suitable for informing policymakers with the aim of improving monetary policy decisions.
Satellite Imagery for institutional credit
Dr Narayanamurthy and his research team, in collaboration with SatSure, investigate how satellite imagery can be used to expand access to institutional credit for small and marginalized farmers in Indian agri-food supply chains.
Transforming community infrastructure investment
Dr Yiquan Gu's behavioural insights research has reformed three key policy areas on the financial and in-kind investments that accompany real estate development in England.
Juggling parenthood, employment and the work-life balance
Dr Ashman, Dr Radcliffe and Professor Gatrell’s research explores how employed parents and diverse families managed boundaries between paid work and family lives.
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.
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.
The value of the social economy in a metropolitan city region
Research by Dr Alan Southern on the value of the social economy in the Liverpool City Region (LCR), has led to new strategic initiatives supported by the Metro Mayor and Combined Authority.
Transgender health and welfare
Research by Dr Ian Burn on how health and socioeconomic outcomes of patients evolve as they are treated for gender dysphoria.
Tackling race inequality and discrimination in the NHS
The aim of Professor Lilian Otaye-Ebede’s project is to explore the lived experiences of Black and ethnic minority experiences with the aim to provide recommendations that could tackle race inequality in the NHS trust.
The lived experiences of people bereaved by COVID-19
The aim of Professor Lynn Sudbury-Riley and Dr Benito Giordano’s work is to explore the experiences during the last few days of life for families of COVID-19 victims.
Delivering social value through public procurement
Co-led by Professor Jo Meehan and Dr Bruce Pinnington, the aim of their research is to influence changes to nation Social Value policy and its associated procurement guidance issued to all public authorities.
Toilet dreams in India: entrepreneurial strategies
Dr Aparna Venugopal examines how entrepreneurs implement sanitation solutions in a complex, uncertain and evaluative context, namely India.
Revisiting postal sector pricing
With the postal sector being of particular economic significance, Christian Bach and other authors have provided an analytical guideline for postal operators to revise their pricing strategies and to thereby improve their profitability as well as the viability of the Universal Service Obligations.
An innovation pathway for sustainable agri-food production under impacts of climate change
Due to the present challenge of increasingly salted water, the uncertainty in productivity, farmers engagement and product quality significantly affect the sustainability of the rice-shrimp farming, Dr Dong Li identifies an innovative pathway of sustainable practice in the circular economy production system.
REF 2021 results revealed
Read more about the latest results in which 91% of the research submitted by ULMS classifies as 4* (world leading) or 3* (international excellent).