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.
Dr Jo Ingold reflects on findings from research with employers about their experiences of apprenticeships and of employing disabled people.
Jo Ingold and Mark Monaghan examine how evidence, ideas and knowledge are used (or not used) in the policy process.
Dr Miguel Matos Torres has been awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship to conduct research on pro-internationalisation.
New findings from the Financialisation, Economy, Society and Sustainable Development project were announced last month at the Bank of England.
Professor Wändi Bruine de Bruin discusses how ageing can affect the way we make decisions.
Dr Nick Williams has been awarded a British Academy grant to examine entrepreneurship and ethnicity in Bosnia.
Dr Gabriel Burdín discusses his Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship on worker participation and job preservation in recessionary conditions.
Live music is a growing industry, but players are poorly paid and lead insecure careers, argues Charles Umney.