Digital businesses and educational leaders gathered together to discuss the challenges of recruiting, retaining and nuturing young talent in the local and regional creative industries. The event was organised by Silicon… »
Entrepreneurship & Economic Growth: Research Impact
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Dorset is one of England’s 48 counties and is to be found in the South West of England. The South West is famous for its food and drink, including dairy… »
Research carried out by Bournemouth University’s Dr. Dinusha Mendis and Davide Secchi, and Phil Reeves of Econolyst Ltd. has formed the basis of a study from the UK Intellectual Property… »
A team from Bournemouth University has won funding from the Economic and Social Research Council to provide seminars addressing access to finance for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The seminars… »
Juvenal posed the question many centuries ago: Who will guard the guardians? That question plays a prominent role in the literature of corporate governance, and also in statecraft. Donald Nordberg, associate professor… »
Shaping the UK’s critical policy debate about regulation of accounting, auditing and corporate governance
Research into 2003/5 changes to UK accounting, auditing and corporate governance regulation found major flaws in the regime. By providing evidence and lobbying via other organisations, researchers have exposed these… »
Outputs by BU’s Dr Philip Alford, facilitated by over £188,000 of research funding, examine digital marketing by tourism destinations and small and micro tourism enterprises (SMTEs). Research has been applied by a range of organisations with companies have benefited from an average 20% increase in traffic to their websites since applying these findings. A change in culture has also been witnessed, encouraging SMTEs to become customer-focused businesses.
Impact on Maxwell Stamp PLC, its Government Clients and the Government of Azerbaijan.
BU research into tax law has been applied by the Government of Jersey and in the Turks and Caicos Islands to inform their tax reforms.
Modelling economic impact for national governments.
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