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Centre for Business, Organisations and Society (CBOS)
Rethinking business in a sustainable society; providing the evidence base to get there
Research, analysis and comment on the role of business in society from Bath's School of Management
The guest curators of our latest #thinklist explain the thinking behind this version of the list, what they hope it will achieve, and the methodology used.
PhD student Thushel Jayaweera’s recent study reveals how the employer/employee relationship has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic
How are we adapting our research in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic? Sarah Glozer and Andrew Crane reflect on the lessons learned from CBOS' recent event
Yasin Rofcanin’s latest study investigated the differential emotional impacts of home-working during the Covid-19 pandemic on men and women
This month we relaunched the #thinklist in a new format. Here the CBOS Leadership Team explain the rationale behind the change.
Joanne Hinds discusses her recent research on social media and privacy exploring why people are reluctant to delete these apps, despite data breaches.
David Ellis and Brit Davidson explain that there is little evidence for the benefits of giving up your devices, and doing so may have negative consequences.
David Ellis discusses the negative bias towards technology, his goals for his research and the importance of creating space to nurture ideas.
The #ThinklistAmplify is a list of influential scholars on social media around issues of responsible business.
The rationale and criteria behind the #ThinklistAmplify
The #thinklist30 is a list of influential female scholars on social media around issues of responsible business.
The rationale and criteria behind the relaunched #thinklist - the #thinklist30 Women's List
Making a positive difference through School of Management research
What role can business at the bottom of the supply chain play in combatting labour exploitation?
Our research with business schools in Ghana could help fight poverty by teaching anti-corruption to the next generation of entrepreneurs