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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
With more and more consumer buying their everyday products online, can small retailers survive? Jens Nordfalt explores the digitalisation of retail.
When responding to a major incident such as a terror attack, communication is key. Here Olivia Brown explores how emergency services can improve their response.
In April, users boycotted social media in response to widespread racism and abuse. Sarah Glozer considers the 5 biggest learnings from this period of silence.
Alisha Tuladhar outlines the four different ways that businesses can engage with the circular economy
Curators and members of the recent #ThinklistNext21 share what they learned about the potential uses of platforms like Twitter.
Maria Figueroa of CBS explains how business education and research can create a fully inclusive society that leaves no one behind.
Pierre McDonagh and Andrea Prothero detail their latest study, looking at gender discrimination in marketing’s academic journals.
Research from Maha Rafi Atal of Copenhagen Business School looks at how the pandemic has worsened inequalities, both political and economic.
Research from Sarah Glozer and Lauren McCarthy explores how online activists sustain the emotional energy required to affect change.
Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich explores the issues addressed in the special issue 'The Dark and Unexpected Sides of Digitalization' for the journal Organization
David Ellis and Brit Davidson explain why smartphones are not bad for us, and that the anxiety people feel about their smartphone use is the true problem.
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 #ThinklistNext21 is a list of doctoral researchers on social media talking about issues of responsible business.
The rationale and criteria behind the #ThinklistNext21
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