Developments in the GVC Research Cluster

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Improving the decision-making process within Rolls-Royce Aerospace

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Since May 2015, Dr Joe Sanderson and Dr Chris Lonsdale have been delivering a multi-level CPD programme (Strategic Sourcing Masterclasses) within Rolls-Royce Aerospace and are now undertaking a research project to assess its impact.
Date:
19/09/2016

Kurt Yang Liu joins the GVC Research Cluster

Kurt Yang Liu joins the GVC Research Cluster
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´╗┐The GVC research cluster would like to welcome a new member of the group, Kurt Yang Liu, who joined the Department of Procurement and Operations Management in June 2016.
Date:
16/09/2016

Who will pick our strawberries now? The Brexit impact

Who will pick our strawberries now? The Brexit impact
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Pam Robinson outlines the challenge of meeting demanding supply schedules of UK supermarkets in an article article published in this month's 'Insider magazine'.
Date:
15/09/2016
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June 2014

Dr Pamela Robinson comments on Thai slave labour: producing prawns for supermarkets in the UK and US

May 2014
GVC Research Cluster launch event

January 2014
Research podcast - "Responsible Retailing - Dr Pamela Robinson"

November 2013
Call for paper for GVC tracks at SASE 2014 and EURAM 2014:

EURAM call for paper

SASE call for paper

SASE 2014 - Young workers mini conference

October 2013
Dr Pamela Robinson visited Brazil to engage and debate with a number of interested parties that are focused on promoting sustainable development in the Amazon; read about Pam's time in the Amazon.

Auguest 2013
Pamela Robinson contributes to 'What do food traceability crises in the North mean for people working in food chains in the global South?'

May 2013 
Article by Pamela Robinson on how 'Supermarkets can lead high street rebirth'

April 2013
Video: Global Value Chains (GVC) workshop on integrating labour and skills into GVC's