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Financial Times showcases research best practice at University of Sussex Business School

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Research from the University of Sussex Business School has been selected by the Financial Times (FT) to showcase best practice in sustainability, ethics and social purpose.

The FT’s panel of expert judges selected examples of research from Business Schools around the world that inspires students, academics, schools and employers alike to develop fresh initiatives and partnerships.

Professor Richard Dickens’ research on the minimum wage influenced the UK’s Low Pay Commission and the decision to introduce the minimum wage in South Africa.

Reframing global climate policy for low-income countries has been implemented by 18 African nations.The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development has adopted Dr Adrian Ely’s work on directionality, grassroots and hybrid innovations, shaping how governments use science, technology and innovation to reduce poverty sustainably.

Read the full FT report


Posted on behalf of: University of Sussex Business School
Last updated: Monday, 18 November 2019

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