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Tax cigarillos in line with cigarettes to stop tobacco companies from exploiting loopholes in system, say researchers.
New findings may help counter online division and disinformation campaigns
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The new study from Bath's TCRG highlights how new taxation plus standardised packaging for cigarettes has led to a large decline in sales.
Professor Ammon Salter's latest publication shows how ‘dual networking’ can drive productivity.
First decide, are you an integrator or a segmentor? Then tell your boss and family. New research from Dr Yasin Rofcanin in the School of Management.
Dr Yasin Rofcanin is exploring the links between employee wellbeing and organisational productivity
What role can business at the bottom of the supply chain play in combatting labour exploitation?
School of Management researchers are working with the UN to improve its knowledge management and tackle poverty in some of the world’s poorest countries.
Research by Professor Ian Colville is key to organisations navigating crises, including the Wilshire Police Service in the wake of the Salisbury poisonings.