I produced this impact report assessing work in the rural districts of Nyamasheke and Rusizi in Rwanda.
Article co-authored with Matthew Guest, published in the Journal of Applied Business and Economics.
This report, Unlocking Entrepreneurship In Education, provides a snapshot of enterprise activity in UK higher education institutions at the time the COVID-19 pandemic struck. It reveals the data on how this activity has changed over the past eight years, and presents a summary of a landscape which is now undergoing unprecedented change.
James Ransom interviewed by Daniel Martin on the Life&Style show on CNA938, a news and current affairs radio station in Singapore.
An impact report assessing the work of Rwanda Action, a charity tackling deeply-entrenched poverty.
Policy briefing on research and innovation clusters published by the Royal Society. I provided support for the analysis, and wrote the case studies for Israel, Pittsburgh, and Uppsala.
I was lead author for this report with the NHS Confederation, the Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network, and Yorkshire Universities on how different sectors can work together to improve health outcomes at a regional level.
Analysis of a survey of over 50 higher education leaders on what they think about leadership and the future of the sector.
Smart cities are more likely to be defined by quieter upgrades to existing infrastructure and new partnerships that better represent residents. Article for The Conversation.
This report, commissioned by the British Council, is about how universities can help solve the challenges faced by cities and towns. It is written for university leaders, city leaders and officials looking to form stronger partnerships with their universities. Examples are given of universities working with city hall in eight cities across Europe: Bucharest (Romania), Darmstadt (Germany), Dublin (Ireland), Lille (France), Milan (Italy), Nottingham (UK), Warsaw (Poland) and Zaragoza (Spain).