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CBIS PhD Students


Name Thesis Title  Director of Studies
Nur Fatin Bin Abd Hamid A novel systematic model to determine facility location to maximise outbound logistics efficiency Professor Ming Lim
Charles Ambilichu The role of small and medium sized accountancy firms in the UK: a dynamic capabilities perspective. Professor Kamil Omoteso
Huma Asif The role of branding in illicit markets Dr Anvita Kumar
Victoria Leonard From arts ecology to creative economy – tracking the SME journey Professor Nick Henry
Rebecca Beech The role of online communities in sustainable clothing consumption Dr Anvita Kumar
Augustine Kwame Bempong Being Green is being competitive: manufacturing supply chain perspective. Professor Ming Lim
Claire Brewis How Big Data is impacting on how organisations manage their customer relations.  Professor Sally Dibb
Catherine Broadhurst Localism, Regeneration and Renaissance: The Role of Central and Local Covernment Dr Clive Winters
Aurelie Mercedes Broeckerhoff Change for the better: A Study on the pace and nature of socio-cultural change and its impact on diversity, difference and intergroup conflict  Dr Kevin Broughton
Malte Busch An analysis of the influence of institutions on CSR approaches: a case study of  an MNC in the German automative industry Dr Jason Begley
Ryan Bushell Social Investment: New business models, new welfare geographies [working title] Professor Nick Henry
Matej Christiaens UK Paralympic Sports Policy: A comparative study with other nations Dr Ian Brittain
Alessandro Stuart Di Bona Business-government relations in the European aerospace industry Dr Jason Begley
Natalie Dukes Towards responsible consumption choices for clothing: An exploration of the motivators, facilitators and impediments Dr Jason Begley
Joanne Edwards What are the challenges and risks associated to the collection, management, sharing and disposal of biometric data Dr Alexeis Garci-Perez
Ali Ehsan To Play or not to play Dr Gerry Unwin
Nima Farajpour  Bakhtiari Global governance of sport
Dr Benoit Senaux
Isabel Galvis Is marketing as a corporate function in the digital era losing its magic? Professor Lyndon Simkin
Duncan Greaves Cyber security management and trust in business and society. Dr Harjit Sekhon
Jonathan Gunson Arts Philanthropy and Europe: A new funding model? Professor Nick Henry
Chrysostomos Karteros Isomorphism and its Effect on Competitive Advantage Dr Benoit Senaux
Svetlana Kataeva Growing up in the lived multiculture: the role of consumption in identity projects of children and youth in multicultural families. Dr Cristina Galalae
Marcos Kauffman Business Models for the Industry 4.0: the challenges for digital businesses Professor Maureen Meadows
Shauna Anne Kearney Paralympic legacy and its impact upon the lived experience of people with disabilities living in the host city. Dr Ian Brittain
Viktoria Lamprinaki Understanding Corporate Social Responsibility in Small and Medium Enterprises  Professor Maureen Meadows
Nora Lanari Water Crises: The Role of Commercial Horticulture for Water Governance Dr David Bek
Jordon Lazell Food waste across space and place: A practice theory approach to understanding the transition of food into waste in the context of urban lives in the UK Adrian Evans
Garikayi Madzudzo Cyber security management in the automotive sector Dr Alexeis Garci-Perez
Beena Manoj Global Talent Management in Sports Events Dr Harjit Sekhon
Tim Messeder Sustainability in Tilapia Exports: The case for Sub-Saharan Africa Dr David Bek
Paul Noon Does the Chinese Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) environment influence UK companies’ decision to invest in China? And if so, how? Professor Glauco De Vita
Obiora Okechukwu The Impact of Inward FDI on Export Performance Professor Glauco De Vita
Cristiana Pace Disruptive innovation in motorsport Professor Nick Henry
Buernorkie Puplampu A comparative analysis of performance pay pratices across Europe, Africa and Asia, and its impact on ethics, employee well-being and corporate governance Dr Eno Maycock
Lisa Ruetgers How to implement a pollution tax to successfully drive responsible consumption Professor Maureen Meadows
Mark Sallos Conceptualising Adaptive Cyber Risk Management Dr Alexeis Garci-Perez
Richard Gavin Smith Managing labour market restructuring in Europe - Policies and practices Dr Paul Sissons
Melissa Tornari Job mobility and wage growth in low paid work in the UK Dr Paul Sissons
Sanne Velthuis Occupational and wage progression among low-paid workers Dr Paul Sissons