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This research project will explore the concept of ‘financial citizenship’ and the extent to which credit unions are able to secure financial inclusion, financial capability and financial security of their members.
This project explores business-government relations and the political activities of leading firms by drawing on historical 'Anglo-Saxon' case studies.
Spaces of ‘alternative’ and ‘local’ food production and consumption have been the subject of considerable interest within agri-food research and policy making circles in recent decades. This project explored how online space is used by a range of Alternative Food Networks (AFNs) in Coventry and Warwickshire.
Exploring prisoners’ personal experiences of engaging in the horticultural intervention and understanding the processes by which the intervention is provided.
This study explores consumers normative and ethical preferences with regards to corporate responsibility (CR), and the role of companies in the governance of nature, in order to identify diverse consumer perspectives on CR.
The Effects of Yoga & Meditation in a Prison Environment is a study by Dr Miguel Farias, exploring how prisoners can benefit positiviely from meditative practices.
The Sleep and Early Cognitive Development in Down Syndrome study explores the relationship between sleep and early cognitive development in young children with Down syndrome.
The project will analyse the (international) creation of social investment (SI) markets, addressing the following research objectives:
The ultimate aim of this intervention is to empower mothers to breastfeed for as long as they wish. An associated increase in breastfeeding duration would result in reduced incidence of maternal and infant disease.
This evolving area of research aims to explore the value of arts-based approaches in enabling consumers, marketing researchers and other relevant stakeholder groups to engage in dialogues and devise solutions to diverse consumption issues.
The Capturing Stillness project places a microscope on the dance practice Skinner Releasing Technique (SRT), in combination with motion capture and game engine technologies.
Bark and Butterflies is an audio visual installation produced by Adrian Palka in collaboration with Wolfram Spyra and Roksana Vykyaluk.
This project maps the supply chains of three areas of motorsport – Formula One, Formula E and Endurance Sports Car Racing – to identify strengths, weaknesses and local economic growth opportunities which may be targeted for economic development support by Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), UKTI and BIS.
DEHEMS aims to help Europe to achieve its carbon reduction targets by supporting households in reducing their energy usage through better analysis and management of their energy consumption.
Eco-Dry is a 4-year €560,000 IRSES FP7 project that aims to enhance understanding and share knowledge on agroecological strategies to build the resilience of farming systems in dryland and drought situations.
The MyLiver app has been designed by medical and health professionals to directly benefit young people with liver disease.
This project has been designed to measure the improved engagement of local children’s palliative care providers in the reform of SEND in England.