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.
Professor David Spencer discusses how "presenteeism” can add to the costs of organisations and may compound workers' own ill health.
We will be running a series of blog posts on the research centres within Leeds University Business School. To launch the series, this blog post...
Our researchers offer advice on achieving and managing collaborative communication effectively to enrich international business relationships.
Michael J. Randall, a PhD Candidate in European Law, discusses the "tampon tax".
Professor Jean Clarke and Dr Jo Ingold discuss their ESRC Future Research Leaders grants.
Stuart Delves and Jamie Jauncey, writing tutors on the Dark Angels programme, offer advice on getting started with a piece of writing.
The Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative (NARTI) is celebrating its ten year anniversary this year.
Professor Nick Wilson's research looks at how small knowledge-intensive firms grow and how this is affected by the so-called ‘equity gap’.