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May 2022

Business School hosts free 'net zero' workshop for local businesses

Roehampton Business School hosted a free on-campus workshop on 12 May, led by Better Futures+ and Business Doctors, for professionals looking to learn about subscription models for their products and services. Read more.

 

The University of Roehampton and London Wetland Centre join forces on environmental and sustainability issues through student placements and research

The University of Roehampton has joined forces with London Wetland Centre (LWC) to provide new opportunities for student work placements and research and project collaborations under their shared commitment to the environment and sustainability.

The partnership was launched at an event on Friday, 20 May at LWC in Barnes and will last for five years. Read more.

 

REF 2021 results - Business and Management Studies

The University of Roehampton has performed strongly in the REF2021 exercise and jointly recognised as the best modern university in the country for research, and the highest-ranked modern university in London.

Our research has a particular focus on improving business systems and driving forward a more sustainable and green economy.

View our Business and Management Studies results.

April 2022

CSRM Newsletter

The first newsletter for the Centre for Sustainability and Responsible Management can now be viewed. The newsletter contains information on recent activities and successes of members of the centre, including research publications for 2021 and thus far in 2022.
 

Dr Michal Izak

Dr Michal Izak's paper entitled 'Paradigms of Flexibility: A Systematic Review of Research on Workplace Flexibility' has been recognised as a top cited paper in the European Management Review. 
 
Dr Michal Isak has been invited to become an Associate Editor of Management Learning. 

 

January 2022

Professor Stephen Drinkwater's Data Insight published by ADR Wales

The Data Insight examines the differences between the number of European Union (EU) migrants living in Wales, and other countries of the UK, using different data sources.

ADR Wales brings together specialist teams, data science experts, and statisticians as part of the Economic and Social Research Council (part of UK Research and Innovation) funded ADR UK.

Read the Data Insight.

November 2021

‘Gender, age, economic position and education affect attitudes to climate change’

Professor Stephen Drinkwater published a blog on Gender, age, economic position and education affect attitudes to climate change’ for the WISERD website.

October 2021

Have you heard the one about the schoolboy, the economist and the carbon tax?’ 

Professor Molly Scott Cato publishes a comment on Have you heard the one about the schoolboy, the economist and the carbon tax? for the politics.co.uk website.

 

Wales is the most sceptical country in Britain when it comes to climate change

Professor Stephen Drinkwater publishes a blog on Wales is the most sceptical country in Britain when it comes to climate change for the WISERD website.

 

'£500m wasted each year in England on dependency-forming medicines'

New research released by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence about the cost of wasted prescription drugs. The research team included Dr Mamata Parhi of our Faculty of Business and Law.

September 2021 

Tim Jackson in conversation with Molly Scott Cato

Professor Molly Scott Cato spoke to Tim Jackson about his new book, Post Growth-Life After Capitalism at the Guildford Book Festival.

 

‘Data from the EU Settlement Scheme Demonstrates the Challenge of Estimating the Population of EU Migrants Living in Wales’  

Professor Stephen Drinkwater publishes a blog on Data from the EU Settlement Scheme Demonstrates the Challenge of Estimating the Population of EU Migrants Living in Wales for the ADR UK website.