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Panagiotis Stamolampros - Employee treatment, financial leverage, and bankruptcy risk


Using employee online reviews as a proxy of employee treatment and well-being for tourism and hospitality firms, this study extrapolates the association of employee satisfaction with financial leverage and bankruptcy risk. Consistent with theoretical expectations and empirical evidence, we find that firms ranked high on employee treatment have lower levels of market and book leverage....

A Successful End to a KTP with Clipper Logistics


The £276k Innovate UK funded Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project (awarded in 2019) with Clipper Logistics, a logistics service provider finished in February 2022. The project was a success, receiving an award of “very good” from Innovate UK making the project eligible for entering the KTP “best of the best” awards. The project was to...

David Palma - Extending the Multiple Discrete Continuous (MDC) modelling framework to consider complementarity, substitution, and an unobserved budget


There are many tools available for demand forecasting at the individual level: discrete choice models to forecast what is bought, and linear regression to forecast how much of it is bought. Multiple-Discrete-Continuous (MDC) models can forecast both what and how much is purchased simultaneously, but they have historically being limited by a lack of complementarity...

New KTP - Enhancing digital manufacturing in the steel industry


Richard Hodgett, Sajid Siraj and Alan Choicharoon are involved in a new Knowledge Transfer Parternship. The project, led by Richard, aims to develop and commercialise a first-in-sector software for condition monitoring of continuous casting process in steel making using advanced data analytics, machine learning and decision sciences approaches. The software will have inbuild diagnostic and...

Romain Crastes dit Sourd & colleagues – Discrete choice analysis of health worker job preferences in Ethiopia: Separating attribute non-attendance from taste heterogeneity


Our paper on analysing preferences and heuristics used by health workers in Ethiopia when choosing hypothetical alternative jobs has been accepted for publication in Health Economics (ABS3). When measuring preferences, discrete choice experiments (DCEs) typically assume that respondents consider all available information before making decisions. However, many respondents often only consider a subset of the...

Dinos Hadjichristidis & colleagues - the effect of modality on the risk perception of innovations


In this article we found that oral (vs. written) descriptions of the risks and benefits of relatively unfamiliar technologies promote more positive affective evaluations towards the technologies that in turn promote more positive evaluations in terms of overall risks and benefits. The article was published in Risk Analysis Open Access and can be found here:...

Romain Crastes dit Sourd & colleagues – The path towards herd immunity: Predicting COVID-19 vaccination uptake through results from a stated choice study across six continents


Our paper on predicting COVID-19 vaccination uptake in 18 different countries and territories using stated choice surveys and latent class models has been accepted for publication in Social Science & Medicine (ABS4). Despite unprecedented progress in developing COVID-19 vaccines, global vaccination levels needed to reach herd immunity remain a distant target, while new variants keep...

Gulbanu Kaptan has been selected to work as a Core Expert in the European Consumer Food Waste Forum (ECFWF)


Gulbanu Kaptan has been selected to act as a core expert in the European Consumer Food Waste Forum . ECFWF is an interdisciplinary forum that was set up by the Joint Research Centre, in collaboration with the Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety (DG SANTE) to address consumer food waste. Gulbanu will be working with 15 practitioner and academic experts from Europe...

Xingjie Wei and Andrea Taylor - Climate change, social inequality & psychosocial wellbeing with emerging digital data


Xingjie Wei (PI) and Andrea Taylor (Co-I) will lead an ESRC-funded project 'Climate change, social inequality & psychosocial wellbeing with emerging digital data - a multidisciplinary network between UK and South Korea' with Co-Is Jooyoung Jeon, Hyungjun Kim and Jiho Cha from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in the South Korea. Based...

Gulbanu Kaptan has contributed to a Parliamentary post note on gene-edited crops


Gulbanu Kaptan contributed to and externally reviewed the UK Parliament Post Note (Briefing for MP's) on genome-edited crops and key issues for public acceptance and trust. Genome editing creates the possibility of making more precise alterations in the DNA of food crop plants than existing approaches. This POSTnote: describes genome editing technology; identifies which food...