This research, commissioned by the Greater Manchester Civic University Board, analyses the impact of the five GM universities on the city region, its people, and businesses, one year on from the signing of a flagship agreement.
This report analyses the role of smaller and specialist universities in their local, national and international economies. I researched and wrote the five case studies, covering 11 UK higher education institutions.
This research uses historic data to predict the future impact of the twelve members of Yorkshire Universities: the universities of Bradford, Huddersfield, Hull, Leeds, Leeds Beckett, Leeds Trinity, Leeds Arts, Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam, York, and York St John, as well as the Leeds Conservatoire.
This report captures the views of 41 senior leaders from 25 universities on the future of leadership, and the careful balancing act they face between dealing with challenges and exploiting opportunities.
This paper provides an overview of key issues shaping the contribution of universities to the promotion of place, and to attracting inward investment and increased trade into Yorkshire and the Humber, and in particular West Yorkshire.
This report looks ahead at the predicted impact of UK universities over the next five years. It formed the centrepiece of Universities UK’s GettingResults campaign.
I produced this impact report assessing work in the rural districts of Nyamasheke and Rusizi in Rwanda.
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.
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.