Our Impact

Research in the Department of Management has had a wide-ranging and notable impact on policy and practice. Engaging with government departments, health providers, regulators and NGOs, the department works across its five disciplinary areas, disseminating its work widely in order to develop evidence-based solutions to global challenges.

From climate change to healthcare regulation, fiscal policy to social and cultural integration in the developing world, below are a selection of case studies resulting from the work of the department which give insight into our research methods and impact beyond academia.

Closing the Cancer Divide
Closing the Cancer Divide

Professor Rifat Atun examined the imbalance of cancer treatment between the developed and developing world

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Mainstreaming Remote Care
Mainstreaming Remote Care

Professor James Barlow considers how remote care can be sustainably and efficiently embedded into the care system.

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Measuring the Intangible
Measuring the Intangible

Professor Jonathan Haskel outlines the benefits derived from investment in publically-funded university research

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Pre-exposure prophylaxis
Pre-exposure prophylaxis

Professor Andreas Eisingerich considers the preventative use of HIV anti-retroviral drugs in the developing countries.

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Regulating the Telecommunications Market
Regulating the Telecommunications Market

Professor Tommaso Valletti works with the telecommunications market to balance free business operation with customer value.

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Shaping International Health Management
Shaping International Health Management

This research helps international health funders to better manage investments around the world to achieve optimal results.

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