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Disconnecting labour: the impact of intra-platform algorithmic changes on the labour process and workers’ capacity to organise collectively

Journal Article
Mendonça, P., & Kougiannou, N. (in press)
Disconnecting labour: the impact of intra-platform algorithmic changes on the labour process and workers’ capacity to organise collectively. New Technology, Work and Employment, https://doi.org/10.1111/ntwe.12251
This article examines how gig economy platform companies, via algorithmic management, shape working conditions and collective organisation of food delivery couriers. Using qua...

Salient complexities of engaging external consultants in information systems projects

Conference Proceeding
Chipulu, M., Thomas, A., & Ojiako, U. (2022)
Salient complexities of engaging external consultants in information systems projects. In EURAM 2022: Leading Digital Transformation
Although the complexities of projects literature body continues to expand, there remains some gaps in the transformation of the basic science into practice. Meanwhile, decades...

Creating sustainable workplace together? Employment relations and workplace environmental sustainability

Presentation / Conference
Bratton, A. (2022, June)
Creating sustainable workplace together? Employment relations and workplace environmental sustainability. Paper presented at BUIRA Annual Conference 2022, University of Birmingham, Birmingham
Outline - A critique of much research on ‘green’ HRM is that it often assumed an overtly unitarist perspective, generally neglecting trade unions. This empirical paper contrib...

Innovation readiness in public sector service delivery: An exploration

Journal Article
Ojiako, U., AlRaeesi, E. J. H., Chipulu, M., Marshall, A., & Bashir, H. (in press)
Innovation readiness in public sector service delivery: An exploration. Production Planning and Control, https://doi.org/10.1080/09537287.2022.2089266
We set out in this study to examine the mechanisms (specific knowledge management practices) required to operationalize service innovation readiness within public sector servi...

Destination Net Zero – Net Zero Events Baseline Review

Report
Robertson, M., Ali-Knight, J., Barnes, C. A., Brogan, J., Brown, C., Myers, K., & Wharmby, C. (2022)
Destination Net Zero – Net Zero Events Baseline Review. VisitScotland
Guided by the key themes of measuring, monitoring, decarbonisation and adaptation, an extensive body of knowledge in these four areas relating to carbon emission and managemen...

Science, technology and innovation for sustainable urban development in a post-pandemic world

Report
Zhang, L., Mora, L., Hasannudin, Z., Akgun, E., Zhang, J., & Godunova, M. (2022)
Science, technology and innovation for sustainable urban development in a post-pandemic world. Geneva: United Nations
This UN report focuses on the contribution that Science, technology and innovation (STI) practices make towards mitigating some of the most pressing sustainability challenges ...

Environmental leadership reconceptualised: The role of employee voice in the emergence of environmental leadership

Presentation / Conference
Bratton, A., Robertson, J., & Paulet, R. (2022, June)
Environmental leadership reconceptualised: The role of employee voice in the emergence of environmental leadership. Paper presented at British Academy of Management (BAM) HRM International Symposium, Monash University Prato Centre, Tuscany, Italy
This empirical paper contributes to the current research on environmental leadership in supporting environmental sustainability in the workplace. Specifically, it examines a v...

Levelling the playing field: lessons from sport on re-framing science engagement as a benefit to the individual

Journal Article
Keith, L., & Kerr, G. (2022)
Levelling the playing field: lessons from sport on re-framing science engagement as a benefit to the individual. Journal of Science Communication, 21(4), Article A03. https://doi.org/10.22323/2.21040203
The workforces of the Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) industries suffer from skills gaps and lack diversity. Science engagement activities e.g. science f...

"The Arcade" at Cheltenham Science Festival (Curator)

Exhibition / Performance
Kerr, G. (2022)
"The Arcade" at Cheltenham Science Festival (Curator). [Exhibition]. Exhibited at Cheltenham Science Festival, Imperial Gardens, Cheltenham. 7 June 2022 - 12 June 2022. (Unpublished
The game is on – get set for an awesome adventure in The Arcade and put your skills to the test in a series of fun, creative and cryptic challenges. Can you make, break and cr...

The Applicability of Autopoietic Cybernetics in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking

Conference Proceeding
Duddy, D., Weaver, M., & Stantchev, D. (in press)
The Applicability of Autopoietic Cybernetics in Humanitarian Supply Chain Thinking. In Logistics Research Network Conference 2022: Supply Chain Innovation; People, Process, Technology

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Failure to plan is planning to fail: An evidence informed approach to sustainable tourism planning

2022 - 2023
A comparative analysis between Ireland and Scotland which examines the extent to which local authorities plan for sustainable tourism. This study uses mixed methods, both content analysis and intervie...
Funder: British Academy of Management | Value: £3,999

Mapping inequalities in smart places

2022 - 2023
The proposed collaboration aims to explore how digital and socio-economic inequalities are conceived and tackled in the implementation of smart places, addressing three research questions: 1. to what ...
Funder: British Academy | Value: £4,985

Scotland's Witches Voices - a follow up in depth study of two cases of significant interest in early nursing history - Christian Saidler (1597) and Bartie Patersoune (1607)

2022 - 2022
Background: the Witches Voices Study (Jan - Aug 2021) investigated healers/midwives accused of witchcraft in Scotland between 1563-1736. That study revealed some healers with unexpected healing pract...
Funder: Royal College of Nursing Foundation | Value: £995

Scoping an AI Powered Peer Advice System for Creative Freelancers

2021 - 2022
The aim of this project is to conduct an enhanced scoping exercise to establish the feasibility and parameters of creating an AI powered system (such as a ‘chatbot’) to offer advice to creative freela...
Funder: Arts & Humanities Research Council | Value: £5,000

How machine learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) can enhance Labour Market Intelligence (LMI)

2021 - 2025
The success of Labour Market Intelligence (LMI) for forecasting is predicated on accurate, reliable, robust, and accessible data that underpins the decision-making process. Developing, processing and ...
Funder: Skills Development Scotland | Value: £64,428

Centre for Child & Family Law and Policy Research Internships

2021 - 2022
The internships will involve: (i) conducting practice-based research on areas of law and practice governing children and adults in their private and family life – to include family law, public childca...
Funder: The Clark Foundation for Legal Education | Value: £2,195

Research Network to create Multi-Disciplinary Research Centre for Scottish Child and Family Law and Policy

2021 - 2023
Our Research Network will launch the unique Multi-Disciplinary Centre for Scottish Child and Family Law and Policy, building upon the successes and networking opportunities generated by our workshop s...
Funder: Royal Society of Edinburgh | Value: £19,500

Smart City Transitions in South East Scotland: Accelerating Digital Twin Technology Deployment in Urban Transformation Processes

2021 - 2025
Smart city development exposes the coevolutionary nature of technology and society, as well as the systemic character of innovation. Bringing new technologies into society is not sufficient to improve...
Funder: Scottish Government | Value: £29,999

Socioeconomic Impact of Covid-19 on the Syrian Refugees in Scotland

2021 - 2023
The project will provide a unique perspective capturing Syrian refugees’ socio-economic and cultural precarity on their settlement journeys before, during and after the Covid-19 outbreak. These findin...
Funder: Al-Maktoum College of Higher Education | Value: £9,820

Festival UK* 2022

2020 - 2021
Festival UK* 2022 is bringing Scientists, Technologists, Engineers, Artists and Mathematicians together to collaborate on big ideas. To ensure the work created for Festival UK* 2022 is open, original...
Funder: The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport | Value: £5,175

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A Fuzzy AHP Approach to Translation Quality Assessment of Introductory Texts on Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) of Ethnic Areas in China

2022 - date
Hui Qin | Director of Studies: Dr Jane Wilkinson | Second Supervisor: Dr Louise Todd

An investigation into the sustainable practices required in facilitating international pilgrims on the 8th Century Camino De Santiago, post Covid19

2022 - date
Christopher Barnes | Director of Studies: Dr Louise Todd | Second Supervisor: Dr Gary Kerr

A Study of Language Planning in Ethnic Minority Areas from the Perspective of Language Economics

2021 - date
Liping Zheng | Director of Studies: Dr Mabel Victoria | Second Supervisor: Dr Jane Wilkinson

The Many Barriers and Limitations to Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship

2020 - date
Segun Adenusi | Director of Studies: Dr Fawad Khaleel | Second Supervisor: Dr Kiril Sharapov

Exploring the impact of carbon footprint labelling on sustainable fashion consumption in Scottish consumers.

2020 - 2026
The aim of this research is to explore the impact of carbon footprint labelling on sustainab...
Suki Kaur | Director of Studies: Dr Sarah Borthwick Saddler | Second Supervisor: Dr Nazam Dzolkarnaini

Botched decisions? How young women use social media to make decisions about cosmetic surgery

2020 - date
Jasmiina Milne | Director of Studies: Dr Elaine Mercer-Jones | Second Supervisor: Dr Agata Krowinska

Socio-cultural factors that impact Chinese students studying abroad

2020 - date
Li Zhang | Director of Studies: Dr Vivien Xiaowei Zhou | Second Supervisor: Dr Mabel Victoria

A Critical Evaluation of the Factors that Influence Visitor Engagement with UK Slavery Heritage Museums: A Passive Symbolic Netnographic Study

2020 - 2023
Purpose: The aim of this research is to critically evaluat...
Mr Shemroy Roberts | Director of Studies: Dr Craig Wight | Second Supervisor: Prof Anna Leask

Effectiveness of CSR Brand Positioning: The Case of Major Sports Events

2020 - date
Jonas Muller | Director of Studies: Dr Christof Backhaus | Second Supervisor: Dr Jamie Thompson

What is mindfulness – how does it feel and what can it do for interculturality? An ethnographic case study of migrants in Scotland.

2020 - date
Iweta Baran | Director of Studies: Dr Jane Wilkinson | Second Supervisor: Dr Phiona Stanley
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Your best brand strategy idea is hiding in plain sight: Expert insights on marketing

15 November 2021
Excellent insights on marketing strategy development behind some of the big UK, global advertising campaigns of our time.

Marketing strategy, paid marketing, CRM, copywriting: it's all in a day's work for Edinburgh marketing consultant Kirsty Kirkhope

8 November 2021
Insights on developing digital marketing strategy and tactics, client-side and agency-side.

Marketing degrees, how they're changing; life back on campus: Catch up with Prof Christof Backhaus, Dr Nathalia Tjandra by Edinburgh Napier Marketing Network

8 October 2021
Catch up on how life has changed on campus. Plus, insights on how marketing degrees are evolving, with details on the DBA (Doctor of Business Administration) - a compelling offering for marketing pra...

UK ad industry legend Neil Christie got a Shetland pony to moonwalk; shares top tips with Edinburgh Napier Marketing Network

5 October 2021
Ad industry legend Neil Christie shares how to build a profitable marketing business, including by being very silly, in this podcast for the Edinburgh Napier Marketing Network. He takes us behind th...

Edinburgh Napier Marketing Network alumni feature: Carina Schroeder, class of 2021, reflects on marketing studies, career - and pub golf

4 October 2021
Edinburgh Napier Marketing Network, launched on LinkedIn. Inaugural podcast to build student-alumni marketing community.

Arion’s Summer Get-Together at The Life Room Gallery, Edinburgh. August 2021. Artmag. Visual art review featuring the work of Louise Todd and four other artists: 'Louise Todd teaches a postgraduate course, Tourism, Society and Visual Culture at Edinburgh Napier University and she creatively explores her academic knowledge in her artwork... These charismatic paintings are so original and imaginative studying the hidden art of tourism and travel. These are not selfies but taken on a camera at a distance by a father, sister, friend – quick Kodak moments to preserve the relaxing, romantic reminiscences captured with nostalgic, dreamlike vision.'

29 August 2021
Arion’s Summer Get-Together at The Life Room Gallery, Edinburgh. August 2021. ArtMag. Visual art review featuring the work of Louise Todd and four other artists: 'Louise Todd teaches a postgraduate c...

Delivering India’s first digital Festival Academy

4 March 2021
On Monday mornings, Edinburgh Napier Business School’s Dr Gary Kerr and Professor Jane Ali-Knight help deliver the first digital India Festival Academy for the British Council. “Without doubt, these s...

University teams up with community researchers to help improve their neighbourhood

6 February 2020
A Team of community researchers will join forces with academics to help improve their neighbourhood. UK Research and Innovation today announced its backing for the Seven Kingdoms of Wester Hailes, on...

Academics moot making GLC execs’ pay public by law

31 October 2018
The assistant director of the International Centre for Management & Governance Research (ICMGR), Dr Marizah Minhat, and Associate Professor Nazam Dzolkarnaini are undertaking a research collaboration ...

Lord Sheikh Represents APPGIF at Edinburgh Forum

26 September 2018
Lord Sheikh, a co-chair of the UK's All-Party Parliamentary Group on Islamic Finance (APPGIF), visited Edinburgh on Saturday 8 September 2018 to participate in the ‘Ethical Finance & Community Develop...

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Dark Tourism Research Symposium: Memory, Pilgrimage and the Digital Realm

Craiglockhart Campus
5 May 2022

Dementia Engagement Event

Online
11 November 2021

Narrative Methods in Multilingual and Educational Research

online
9 June 2021

Meet the Editor Workshop

online
28 April 2021

Zero Waste Scotland Circular Economy Masterclasses

1 February 2021 - 31 August 2022

BRT Bright Red Sparks Awards

Facebook Live Award Ceremony
14 April 2020

Tourism Subject Area Awards Luncheon

Craiglockhart Campus
28 November 2019

An Edinburgh Festival City Map for Wester Hailes. This public engagement with research initiative was delivered as part of Explorathon 2019: European Researchers' Night. It involved a participative drawing and collage activity where members of the local community were asked to contribute to an Edinburgh Festival City Map for Wester Hailes

Whale Arts, Wester Hailes
28 September 2019

Dinner Party Debates: The Case for a Deaf Festival in the Festival City. Part of the Fringe Central Events Programme for Fringe participants. The BSL (Scotland) Act 2015 and subsequent National Plan (2017-2023) lays the foundation to improve the lives of BSL users in Scotland. Culture, public life and festivals figure within this mandate. This roundtable discussion takes the format of a lively dinner party and deliberates why Edinburgh should host Scotland's first Deaf festival.

Appleton Tower, Informatics Centre, Fringe Central, Edinburgh
11 August 2019

University Conference Workshop: Building a case with bricks

Craiglockhart Campus
19 June 2019