Showcasing some of the high-quality and impactful research that has been published in our books.

Our books are written by some of the best known academic and industry minds from all over the world and cover topics that resonate with the real world, challenge viewpoints and help bring about positive change.

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Design Thinking Workbook

CJ Meadows and Charvi Parikh

After years of research and practice in Design Thinking, the authors have distilled their expertise into this definitive guide for making the most of this approach for business growth and problem-solving.

Covid, Brexit and The Anglosphere

Richard D. Simmons and Nigel Culkin

Equips academics, students, policymakers, and general readers with the tools to drive growth in a post-Pandemic post- Brexit fragmenting world facing rapidly advancing technical change.

The Emerald Handbook of Multi-Stakeholder Communication

Pantea Foroudi, Bang Nguyen, and T. C. Melewar

Explores effective brand messaging for multiple stakeholders, utilising a diverse array of theoretical and methodological approaches.

Recognizing Promise

Michael A. Baston, Beatrice L. Bridglall, and Michael Nettles

Re-establishes the role community colleges can play in reversing centuries of racial and gender disparities in economic wealth, health, education, and life expectancy.

Innovative to the Core: Stories from China and the World

Juan Antonio Fernandez, Emily M. David, and Shaohui (Sophie) Chen

Describes the components of innovative cultures, including both national culture and organisational culture and how they compare to the China model.

ResearcHER: The Power and Potential of Research Careers for Women

Women in Academia Support Network

ResearcHER smashes stereotypes to show you that research is not just conducted by men and women in lab coats or from stuffy offices.

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