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Is it really so surprising that sports participation has not risen by the promised amounts, especially in a time of austerity?
One of the biggest decisions will be made by the UK public on June 23rd. Should the UK stay within Europe or leave? Glauco De Vita shares his economic insight into this complex issue.
Nurofen, one of the biggest brands on the shelves, now faces scrutiny in Australia for dubious marketing practices. Professor Lyndon Simkin speaks on the matter.
Watch Professor Nigel Berkeley introduce the new Centre, its main research themes and some of the innovative projects CBiS researchers are currently working on.
The behaviour of 21st Century business organisations and policy makers is increasingly recognised to have significant positive and negative effects on the lives of many. Our research focuses on organisational practices and the management of corporate responsibilities, including the impact on economic, social and environmental sustainability that is conducive to human well-being. The Centre for Business in Society (CBiS) emphasises two synergistic research groups that explore and respond to these significances. Read more
Exploring the development of the café industry, and understanding the role of different types of cafés in a range of urban spaces.
This project explores attempts after the First World War to organise a British imperial minerals strategy, to ensure British control over the mineral reserves of the Empire.
Join us for the third event in the CBiS Internal Research Seminar Series
Dr David Jarvis delivered a keynote presentation at the West Midlands Economic Forum (WMEF) held at Coventry University on 20th June highlighing the importance of both the East and West Midlands for the UK economy.
Originality, significance and rigour are at the heart of our work and our contribution to economic, social, cultural, policy-influencing, or practice-enhancing research projects is substantial. We have developed two types of research centre that focus our investment and provide greater critical mass. Read more...
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Coventry University is making its journey towards 2020 and our research strategy is designed to encourage and support excellence in research. Our team of leading academics has developed a significant portfolio of high-impact research, and we are gaining momentum as a world-class, innovative institution.