Our Global Research Priority aims to build on four types of activities to engage, mobilise and expand the research community.
We aim to expand knowledge on productivity and the futures of work. We host guest lectures and seminars to provide new perspectives on the productivity puzzle. We are also set to run an essay competition for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Sharing knowledge and building the network
Our activities are designed to create a dialogue. We aim to do so with poster sessions, tea and scone events to spark new research ideas, an annual conference and tailored outreach and dissemination sessions.
Creating new knowledge
Student involvement in a key part of our GRP. We run an annual internship and host an annual postgraduate hackathon. We also support postgraduate supervision with dissertations cross-linked across our leads' disciplines.
Influencing the future
Our GRP can support bid-writing for external funding applications, drawing upon the knowledge shared and co-created by the GRP network.