Policy News

  • Improve your impact! We provide a list of selected inquiries and consultations that may be of interest to those in the business and management research community here.
  • NEW ESRC Funding opportunity: apply to help understand the affect of digital innovations on social and cultural changes, or the influenced of society and culture on digital innovation. For more info, see here.
  • BAM responds to the Chancellor's 2021 Budget (March)
  • The Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology (POST) is looking for contributors to a new POST Note on Remote and Flexible Working. To contribute with literature, expertise or as a peer-reviewer please contact Dr Abbi Hobbs.
  • Professor Feng Li was invited by the House of Lords COVID-19 Committee to give evidence to its inquiry into the effects of 'living online' on social and economic wellbeing in the UK. Feng’s evidence focused on a) challenges and opportunities of digital health and b) future of work enabled by digital technologies, based on his research projects funded by the Research Councils and some leading global businesses from the private sectors.

  • January Policy News update - includes list of upcoming opportunities for engagement 

  • BAM Policy 2020 Year in Review 

  • POST has identified 20 COVID-19 Areas of Research Interest (ARIs) for UK Parliament, and is inviting experts to add their research relating to these ARIs to a repository that may be used to inform Parliament's work in future. 

  • BAM responds to the ESRC Review of the UK Social Science PhD

  • BAM responds to UK Research & Development Roadmap consultation

  • ESRC publishes Professor Matthew Flinders' report on 'Fit for the Future: Research Leadership in the Social Sciences' - See quotes from our BAM submission on page 15 and from BAM council member Dr Stefanie Reissner on page 8!

  • Parliament offers impact training for academics: New Dates Available in the Autumn!