Leeds University Business School is proud to be a top ten research-intensive institution. Our research mission is to produce and disseminate research of world-class, to increase knowledge, skills, understanding and impact.
This blog will showcase some of our research and the impact it has had by inspiring business managers, informing policy makers and influencing society. It will also feature informative entries for researchers at various stages of their careers, as well as news and opinion pieces of interest to the business research community. All the articles on this blog are the view of the individual authors, not Leeds University Business School or the University of Leeds.
Rob Ranyard talks about his recent publication, becoming President-Elect, and CDR research.
Dr Shankha Basu and Dr Krishna Savani write about whether consumers make a better decision when faced with options one at a time, or all at once.
Dr Vedran Lesic discusses the use of reference points when asking consumers about electricity usage within the home.
The University of Leeds hosted the final seminar in a series focusing on food options, opinions and decisions.
Postgraduate Researcher Rachel Hollis summarises her research findings on the differences between “green” and conventional cleaning products.
Dr Simon McNair discusses his Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship, developing more effective financial support service provision in the UK.
Dr Gary Graham discusses how the connected car represents a major disruption to the industry’s business model.
Dr Simon McNair writes about how people’s psychological coping styles are directly related to their levels of Christmas spending.