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A global think tank is helping policy makers tackle the impact of COVID-19 on SMEs
Author: Dr. Mohammad Nurunnabi, PhD, CMA, SFHEA, FRSA, FAIA (Acad), CMBE Businesses around the globe have been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis,…
Making policy research more accessible for government practitioners
Author: Maria Gintova-Ryerson University, Canada Bridging the gap between academia and practice has been a matter of many discussions, both within…
Race: accounting must make up the numbers
Dr Anton Lewis, Associate Professor of Accounting at Valparaiso University in Indiana, is interviewed by Emerald editor Rebecca Torr about the…
Emerald Publishing and ScienceOpen work together to promote Sustainable Development Goals
Berlin, July, 2020 ScienceOpen and Emerald Group Publishing have worked together to create three new collections of Emerald publications that support…
Why have some people’s anxiety levels decreased during lockdown?
The injunction to enjoy in a world of universal boredom Author: Nicholas Gibbs, a criminology PhD student at Northumbria University. For many…
Racial inequalities in the accounting profession
"There are no easy fixes, and the journey will be long and hard, but it is a necessity if we wish to exist equally together" Author: Dr Anton Lewis,…
Emerald partners with The Case Writing Centre at The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB)
Emerald has been publishing case studies since 2014 and is continuing to grow a diverse portfolio of teaching cases to support experiential learning…
Emerald publishing proudly partners with Research4Life to get more research openly accessible to developing countries
Emerald Publishing and Research4Life announced today, that Emerald has joined the Research4Life partnership which gives the publisher the opportunity…
Emerald launches new global inclusivity report
We're calling for more diverse voices to be included and heard in order to tackle real-world challenges.