Responses to Inquiries, Consultations, and Policy Events

BAM regularly draws on the expertise of its Leadership, Fellows, and members to contribute to evidence-based policymaking by responding to parliamentary inquiries, government consultations, and policy events. Our policy work covers a range of topics, but focuses on those areas that are of importance to our community, and where our expertise can have the greatest impact.  Recent responses include:
  • BAM responds to UKRI’s Consultation on Impact in Research (February)
  • BAM supports IFSAM statement on the importance of management research to the COVID recovery (April)

  • BAM responds to the Chancellor's 2021 Budget (March)
  • BAM responds to the ESRC Review of the UK Social Science PhD (September)

  • BAM responds to the survey by the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy on the UK Research & Development Roadmap (August)

  • BAM's urgent letter to Secretary of State for Education on the MBA/MSc and the Level 7 Senior Leader Master’s Degree Apprenticeship (May)

  • BAM responds to UKRI's Open Access Review (May)

  • BAM responds to the Chancellor's 2020 Budget (March)

  • BAM and Chartered ABS respond to the Consultation on Future Approaches to the External Quality Enhancement of UK Higher Education Transnational Education (TNE) (January)

  • BAM and Chartered ABS joint submission to the Migration Advisory Committee’s consultation on the salary threshold and points-based system proposed for the UK’s future immigration system (November)

  • BAM responds to the Flinders Review: ‘Fit for the Future? Researcher Development and Research Leadership in the Social Sciences’ (August)

  • BAM responds to the Inquiry into the Effectiveness and Influence of the Select Committee System (June)

  • BAM submission to GO Science concerning the impact of the proposed new immigration system on the science, research and innovation community (June)

  • BAM responds to consultation on 'Future frameworks for international collaboration on research & innovation' (Sir Adrian Smith Review) (May)

  • BAM's response to the KEF Review (March)

  • BAM's response to the TEF Independent Review (March)

  • BAM's response to the cOAlition S Consultation on Plan S (EU Coalition S & UKRI, February)

  • BAM welcomes ESRC Announcement of £3.8 million in Funding Awards for Management Research (January) 

  • BAM's response to the My Science Inquiry (Commons Science & Technology Committee, December)

  • BAM's response to 2018 Autumn Budget (November) 

  • BAM and Chartered ABS joint response to the Balance & Effectiveness of Research & Innovation Spending Inquiry (Commons Science & Technology Committee, October 2018)

  • BAM's response to the Inquiry on an Immigration System that Works for Science & Innovation (Commons Science & Technology Committee, June 2018)

  • BAM's response to the Teaching Excellence & Students Outcome Framework: Subject-Level consultation (May)

Fellow's Submissions to Inquiries & Consultations

Other Engagement