Management (School of )
The School of Management is research intensive and underpinned by a strong grounding in the social sciences. We pursue a strategy of focusing our research activities and identity around the concept of responsible enterprise. This entails an ethical approach to managing within organisations, the impact of human enterprise on the environment, the interaction between forms of investment and social and organisational impact and the need to foster creativity and development. The School of Management operates thematic groups which include academics, teaching fellows, researchers, visiting staff and PhD candidates. The thematic groups are: Accounting, Governance and Organisations; Financial Institutions and Markets; Knowledge and Practice; and Organisations and Society.
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(University of St Andrews, 2019-06-28) - ThesisThis thesis conceptualises post-digital audience engagement activity in activity settings across visual arts and publishing. The research question is: how is audience engagement activity understood in and across publishing ...
(University of St Andrews, 2019-06-28) - ThesisPerformance measures do not just capture an organization’s ‘good performance’; they intervene in the valuation and construction of what counts as ‘good’ so it can be valued, enacted, and measured. This is the central theme ...
Constructing control in the global shipping industry : the development of regulations for CO₂ emissions (University of St Andrews, 2018-12-07) - ThesisShipping transports between 80-90% of world trade (Smith et al. 2015). In 2012 the industry accounted for around 3% of global emissions with a predicted increase of between 50 and 250% by 2050 (Scott et al, 2017). As ...
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Bank taxation : implications for financial intermediation, liquidity creation, and the real economy (University of St Andrews, 2018) - ThesisThis thesis investigates the implications of bank taxation for financial intermediation, bank liquidity creation, and the real economy. Our empirical analysis is underpinned by an identification strategy which relies on ...