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Public Leadership and Social Enterprise

PhD students in the Department for Public Leadership and Social Enterprise

The Role of Effectively Tailored Capacity Building Efforts in Institutional Entrepreneurship Towards Achieving Sustained Successful Entrepreneurship in Nigeria and Uganda

PhD research by Adewale Adeyemi

The agency of social intrapreneurs within emergent sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystems; a study of firms in Lagos, Nigeria

PhD research by Princess Anifowose

Role of Formal and Informal Institutions in Advancing Environmental Practices in SMEs of Pakistan’s textile sector

PhD research by Raees Aslam

Enabling Collaboration in Conservation

PhD research by Lindsey Elliott

European Union's Global Value Chains: An Development Approach using Input-output Techniques

PhD research by María Gómez Benítez

A Qualitative Study Looking at the Concept of a 'Global Majority' Framework of Leadership

PhD research by Lace Jackson

The Influence of Gender on Environmental Entrepreneurship

PhD research by Gizem Kutlu

The Voluntary Sector: Creating, Assessing and Evidencing Public and Social Value

PhD research by Ronald Macintyre

Understanding Context in the Strategic Management of Public Organisations

PhD research by Sampierre Mendy

How do Government Agencies Adapt their Use of Strategic Management to their Institutional Environment and the Politico-administrative Context?

PhD research by Stephen Affleck Reid

Sustainable smart cities through the New Public Governance

PhD research by Fulvio Scognamiglio

A Formal Framework to Analyse Trade in Intermediate Goods: A Sraffian Perspective

PhD research by Pedro Siqueira Machado

From Growth to Maturity: A Study of Leadership in Small and Medium sized UK Charities

PhD research by Sally Vivyan

Sharing Leadership in Top Teams: A Qualitative Case Study of Two Governing Boards in the Voluntary Sector

PhD research by Lindsay Wilson-Jones

Incidence rate of Indecent Images of Children in the UK and Policing’s Capacity to Respond to the Increasing Threat

PhD research by Nicole Woodhall