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Emerald Podcast Series

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Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to experts using their research to create real impact in society. In each episode we explore the role research plays in our modern world, and ask how it can contribute to solving the complex environmental, economic, social and political … read more

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Sustainable Innovations in the Built Environment: A Digital Perspective

November 30th, 2023


Host Rebecca Torr and guests discuss how digital technologies are transforming the built environment.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast …

Work-life Flexibility Policies: A conversation with Dr Ellen Kossek

November 16th, 2023


Join our discussion on managing work-life boundaries in the digital age.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to experts using their research to create real impact in …

Eating Disorders in a Capitalist World: Super Woman or a Super Failure?

November 2nd, 2023


Join us for a discussion on the connection between capitalism, media myths, female identity, and eating disorders.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to experts using their …

Positive Psychology for Healthcare Professionals

October 19th, 2023


Podcast host Rebecca Torr speaks to Dr Jan Macfarlane about how positive psychology interventions can improve wellbeing.

Welcome …

Family Carers and Caring: What It's All About

October 5th, 2023


Host Francesca Lombardo speaks with authors Alisoun Milne and Mary Larkin about the complexities of family carers and caring.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to experts …

The Notorious ESG: Business, Climate, and the Race to Save the Planet

September 28th, 2023


Host Thomas Felix Creighton speaks with author Vasuki Shastry about 'Environment, Social and Governance' (ESG) scores in the business world.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they …

Navigating the Future of Management Education in the MENA Region and Africa

September 7th, 2023


Insights into the development of management education, practices, with the challenges and opportunities faced in the region.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to experts …

The Reflective Leader : Reflexivity in Practice

August 25th, 2023


Thomas Felix Creighton interviews author Ian Robson about reflective leadership.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to experts using their research to create real impact in …

Empowering Change: Inside Activist Criminology

August 10th, 2023


Join Rebecca Torr and her three expert guests as they explore the burgeoning field of activist criminology and the challenges of tackling negative …

Reconsidering Patient Centred Care: Between Autonomy and Abandonment

July 27th, 2023


Join host Rebecca Torr in conversation with Professors Alison Pilnick and Ruth Parry on patient-centred care, patient outcomes, and healthcare policy …

The Thoughtful Leader

July 13th, 2023


In this episode, host Francesca Lombardo discusses braver leadership and its importance with guests Elaine Cox and Mike McLaughlin.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to …

Women entrepreneurs and leaders in hospitality and tourism management

June 15th, 2023


Host Francesca Lombardo speaks to academics Sumeetra Ramakrishnann, Emily Ma, and Lorna Wang about women entrepreneurs and leaders in Tourism and Hospitality.

Technological Myopia and Sustainability

June 7th, 2023


Charlie Swift discusses short-sighted views of technology with David Crowther, Koorosh Gharehbaghi, and Kristijan Krkač.

Exploring the Latest Trends in Management Literature with Sudhir Rana

May 18th, 2023


Thomas Felix Creighton interviews Sudhir Rana, from the Review of Management Literature.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts Daniel Ridge, Iram Satti and Fiona Allison as they talk to …

Supply Chain Pracademics: Encouraging co-creation between academics and practitioners in the supply chain field

May 4th, 2023


Host Rebecca Torr speaks with David Loseby and Chee Yew Wong about supply chain management and co-creation.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to experts using their …

Challenging Injustice: Social enterprise in the 1800s

April 20th, 2023


Host Francesca Lombardo speaks to authors Patrick Murphy and Jack Smothers about social enterprises in Antebellum America.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to experts …

COVID-19, Frontline Responders and Mental Health

April 6th, 2023


Thomas Felix Creighton interviews ‘COVID-19, Frontline Responders and Mental Health’ editor, Jennifer A. Horney

Striving for equality, diversity and inclusion in scholarly research and communications

March 23rd, 2023


Join host Rebecca Torr and her guests as they discuss actions for an equitable publishing environment.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to experts using their research to …

Open is a Verb: A Discussion about Open Education and Equity Pedagogy

March 9th, 2023


Host Francesca Lombardo speaks to authors Jennifer Van Allen and Stacy Katz about open education practices and equity pedagogy and how they intersect.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts …

Sperm and egg donors: curious connections

February 23rd, 2023


Host Thomas Felix Creighton interviews Donors: Curious Connections and Donor Conception author Petra Nordquist.

Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts as they talk to experts using their …

Self-Knowledge and Knowledge Management Applications

February 9th, 2023


Host Daniel Ridge speaks to author Beverly Weed-Schertzer about the role of self-knowledge in organizations.

Self-Compassion: The benefits of being kind to yourself

January 26th, 2023


Host Charlie Swift speaks with experts about the role of self-compassion in personal and professional well-being.

Radical Business: How to transform your business in the age of global crisis

December 15th, 2022


Join host Daniel Ridge and guest John Davis as they discuss how businesses can be a force for good by putting societal value at its heart.

Supporting girls and young women victims of sexual harassment in schools: “me and you and everyone we know”

November 24th, 2022


Join Host Iram Satti and guest Anthony Goodman as they discuss the empowerment of young women and their right to live without sexual harassment.

A Post-Brexit, Post-Covid Unstable World: Economic Progress, Trade and Politics

November 17th, 2022


Join host Thomas Felix Creighton as he discusses the aftershocks of Brexit, the pandemic and economic growth.

Transgenerational Technology: Age, Technology, Inequality

November 11th, 2022


Join host Daniel Ridge for an insight conversation about multi-disciplinary research on generations, technology, and inequalities.

Suicide and self-harm: new research directions

November 3rd, 2022


We speak with three guests who contributed to the special issue of the Journal of Public Mental Health on the theme of suicide and self-harm: new directions in research.

Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Building a Community Through Shared Research

October 20th, 2022


Join us as we discuss humanitarian logistics and the 10th anniversary of the Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Mental Health and Higher Education

October 13th, 2022


Join us for a discussion on the mental health pressures of working in academia.

COVID-19 and homelessness

September 29th, 2022


Host Daniel Ridge talks to Martin Whiteford, Abe Oudshoorn and Rebecca Schiff about the impact of COVID-19 on people experiencing homelessness.

The Impactful Academic

September 15th, 2022


An expert-led discussion for researchers and professional impact support on research impact.

Impact in education through involving teachers in research

September 15th, 2022


In this episode, hear about the benefits of involving teachers in research, the support and resources they need, and inspiring stories of teachers …

Leadership for Witches and Wizards

September 8th, 2022


Author Aditya Simha discusses the inspiration behind using the Wizarding World to illustrate leadership concepts.

Exploring female involvement in acts of terrorism and mass shootings

August 25th, 2022


Host Thomas Felix Creighton discusses the current literature on female involvement in terrorism and mass shootings with guest Danielle Nicholson. …

Disaster and Prevention Management Journal – 30th Anniversary

August 18th, 2022


To celebrate 30 years of publishing, host Fiona Allison speaks to the current editors of Disaster and Prevention Management.

Academic Resilience

August 4th, 2022


Host Fiona Allison speaks with the editors of the book Academic Resilience. Together they examine what resilience is, what it can do and how it can be worked upon.

Are You In?: How close are we to reaching more responsible research assessment across the globe (Part 2)

July 28th, 2022


Join host Florence Theberge for the second part of a two part series as she speaks to experts about responsible research assessment, open research, DORA, the Leiden Manifesto, bibliometrics, Journal Impact Factor, …

Are You In?: How close are we to reaching more responsible research assessment across the globe (Part 1)

July 21st, 2022


Join host Florence Theberge for the first part of a two part series as she speaks to experts about responsible research assessment, open research, DORA, the Leiden Manifesto, bibliometrics, Journal Impact Factor, …

Impact in education through embedding research into school-level practice

July 21st, 2022


Hear how school-level actors can be supported to embed research and data into their practice, and about the value it gives to leaders, teachers, and …

Leadership in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)

July 14th, 2022


Join host Fiona Allison as she discusses lessons in leadership in the MCU with authors Sy Islam and Gordon Schmidt.

Locked-Out: Generational inequalities of housing tenure and housing type

July 7th, 2022


Host Fiona Allison asks: How do government policy, economic factors and market forces impact different generations on whether they rent or buy? …

Impact in education through researcher-practitioner partnerships

June 16th, 2022


Hear how researchers and practitioners collaborate to generate and translate evidence that informs education policy and practice.

Youth exclusion, empowerment and sustainable development

June 9th, 2022


Oláyínká Àkànle discusses the sustainable future of global youth studies.

Re-Discovering economic abuse

May 26th, 2022


Leading economic abuse expert Nicola Sharp-Jeffs chronicles her pioneering work.

Building sustainable business schools for future leaders

May 19th, 2022


Host Daniel Ridge and Dr. Juan Carlos Sosa Varela discuss the role education and research play in equipping future leaders interested in addressing …

Supply chain resilience through Covid-19 and beyond

May 12th, 2022


Host Daniel Ridge speaks with the guest editors and authors of the special issue: “Learning from the Covid-19 pandemic: Planning, controlling and …

CSR and Indigenous peoples in Canada

April 28th, 2022


We speak to Dr. Brad Long about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and reconciliation in the context of Indigenous Canadian communities and peoples.

Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals

April 14th, 2022


In this episode, our guests discuss how local governments can support the achievement of the UN SDGs.

Understanding the Techlash Era

March 17th, 2022


Iram speaks with Nirit Weiss Blatt about her upcoming paperback publication The Techlash and Tech Crisis Communication.

Breaking bias

March 16th, 2022


In this episode, Iram speaks with Jenny Garrett (OBE) and Vicky Williams in celebration of International Women’s Day 2022 and explores the theme of gender bias.

Platforms Everywhere: how does a platform business work

March 3rd, 2022


In this episode, we speak to Emerald author Ned Rava about his recent book Platforms Everywhere: Transforming organizations by integrating ecosystems in business design; how this research developed and what it means for …

What is Social Care Research and why is it important?

February 17th, 2022


Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series. Join our hosts Daniel Ridge, Iram Satti and Fiona Allison as they talk to experts using their research to create …

Space, Place, and an Ageing Society

February 3rd, 2022


Join Sophie Yarker and Charles Musselwhite as we discuss older people’s relationship to the communities they live in.

Tourism in Brazil: Challenges and Opportunities

January 20th, 2022


Our guests offer an overview of Brazil as a tourist destination and discuss critical issues relative to tourism development.

Diversity and Inclusion in Organizations

December 17th, 2021


Diversity and Inclusion in Organizations – we talk to author Dr Jennifer Kuklenski about diversity in organizations, what it means and how it benefits the triple bottom line of organizations

Risky Business: Sex work, regulation & online platforms

December 2nd, 2021


Dr Nick Cowen and Dr Rachela Colosi join us to discuss their research on sex worker’s use of online platforms, and the role that regulation plays in …

Answer Intelligence

November 18th, 2021


We talk to authr Dr Brian Glibkowski about his book, Answer Intelligence: Raise your AQ and the AQ framework.

EDI and the University

November 4th, 2021


How is the University of Bradford putting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion into practice within the institution and the region itself?

This week we speak to Udy Archibong and Nikki Pearce about the …

Open Access Week/Break the Norm – Healthy Open Research Practices

October 28th, 2021


In this episode, Iram speaks with Payal Kumar and Jayantha Dewasiri about Open Access journals, in celebration of Open Access Week.

Technological Sustainability, a new Emerald journal

October 14th, 2021


Editor in Chief, Shahla Seifi, speaks to us about a new journal that focuses on the role of technology in sustainability.

The Future of Business Education

August 12th, 2021


What does the future look like for business education? In this episode we explore this question, digging into the impacts of covid as well as the …

Accountability during the COVID pandemic: the perspective of emerging economies

July 15th, 2021


We discuss the state of emerging economies in holding institutions accountable to equitable and ethical emergency response measures to Covid-19. …

Diversity and Equity in School Leadership

July 1st, 2021


Schools are based on a fundamental principle - to provide access to education and Safe and Supportive Learning Environments for all students. …

How Brexit is changing women’s lives

May 20th, 2021


As we navigate our way through the challenges of 2021, we are finally finding out the answer to the question – what does Brexit actually mean? In this episode, we are asking what Brexit means for women, and if it …

Cabin Fever: Mental Health and the Pandemic

May 6th, 2021


Author Paul Crawford speaks about the historical significance of the term “cabin fever” and offers remedies to lessen its effects through art. …

Video Games: families, education, the risks and rewards

April 29th, 2021


The video game industry has thrived during the pandemic, causing parents and teachers to question more than ever their role in young people’s lives. …

The Future of Learning

April 22nd, 2021


Dr John Moravec talks to us about the future of learning and innovative paradigms of education.

Leadership and popular culture

April 8th, 2021


Lessons in leadership and management can come from surprising places. Author Michael Urick discusses how lessons from Star Wars and Lord of the Rings can be used to make you the best leader possible.

Leading with presence during Coronavirus times

April 1st, 2021


Coronavirus has had an enormous impact on how we work, and many of us are now working entirely online.

This week, we look at the importance of presence and authenticity in leadership, and how to convey these qualities …

How global drug policy impacts women

March 18th, 2021


Flawed approaches in global drug policy are having negative and disproportionate impacts on women. In this episode, Julia Buxton explores how and …

The Extinction Curve

February 18th, 2021


Authors of The Extinction Curve: Growth and Globalisation in the Climate Endgame, John van der Velden and Rob White argue that the climate crisis is …

Health and Illness in the Neoliberal Era in Europe

February 4th, 2021


This episode explores the effects of neoliberalism on healthcare policy and practice, and on everyday experience of health and illness in Europe.

The Larder: How social enterprises can help tackle food fairness and responsible supply chains

January 21st, 2021


The Larder is a social enterprise in Preston that aims to tackle food poverty and promote food sustainability through ‘thinking globally, acting locally.’ Through its initiatives, The Larder empowers local communities, …

The Future of Work

January 7th, 2021


2020 has been rough. How have companies adapted to the social and political climate of the last year to better serve consumers and employees? How are …

The future of Knowledge Exchange: the role of KEF in developing ‘the third mission’

December 17th, 2020


The Knowledge Exchange Framework, or KEF, asks universities to think about how they evaluate and communicate their third mission: the process of sharing of ideas, research skills and experience with the wider world …

Futures Studies and Futures Literacy

December 3rd, 2020


Imagining the future is an innate human capacity, one that can be developed and used as a tool for both imaging the future and shaping it.

Gender and Violence in War and armed conflict – is it more dangerous to be a woman?

November 19th, 2020


This week we talk to Stacy Banwell, from the University of Greenwich, about her open access book ‘Gender and the violence(s) of war and armed …

Tattoos: From Subculture to Pop Culture

November 5th, 2020


Author Lee Barron joins us to discuss the place of tattoos in modern society and look at their changing status in popular culture.

The future of open research – How can we work together to create a common ground?

October 22nd, 2020


In this episode, Daniel is joined by Glenn Hampson, founder and director of the Open Scholarship Initiative, OSI, to discuss the future of open …

Reforming research culture to incentivize open data, transparency and openness

October 20th, 2020


David Mellor, leader of policy initiatives at the Center for Open Science, joins us to discuss themes around data sharing, openness and transparency …

Openness, transparency and equity in open research

October 15th, 2020


This Open Access week and beyond, Emerald is calling for greater fairness and equity in open research. In this episode we’re joined by Shelley Allen, Emerald Publishing’s Head of Open Research, to discuss themes around …

Lockdown six months on: how COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter have changed our working lives

October 1st, 2020


It’s been six months since the country went into lockdown – and what a six months. In this episode, we talk to Professor Jonathan Wilson from Regents University London, taking a look at the changes 2020 has brought to …

The Purpose Driven University

August 27th, 2020


A Purpose Driven University is one that deeply considers its impact on the communities and environment it is a part of. Author Debbie Haski-Leventhal …

Rebuilding The Fully Functioning University

August 20th, 2020


Episode description short: There has perhaps never been a more challenging time for our higher education institutions than 2020. This week we talk to Asher Rospigliosi from the University of Brighton about how …

Inequalities in Mental Health Care for Black Communities

August 13th, 2020


Episode description short: We speak to Karen Carberry, consultant Family Therapist at Orri and Dr. Ted Ransaw, from Michigan State University about …

Rethinking Leadership in HBCUs

August 6th, 2020


This week, we talk to Johnny D Jones, author of Leadership of historically black colleges and universities: a what not to do guide for HBCU leaders …

How Covid-19 has exposed inequalities in the UK food system

July 30th, 2020


The global pandemic has revealed fundamental issues surrounding food insecurity in the UK. We join Bob Doherty and Madeleine Power, both at the University of York, to discuss how Covid-19 has exposed inequalities in the …

BONUS: Class as a barrier in the publishing industry

July 27th, 2020


Class is still a barrier to entry and progression in many sectors, and the publishing industry is no stranger issues of diversity & inclusion. We speak to Professor Katy Shaw, author of The Common People Report, to …

Architecture and Urban Design of the Post-Covid-19 City

July 23rd, 2020


The global pandemic has changed the way we use the spaces around us, particularly how we operate in public, whether it be at the grocery store or the …

Race, education and retirement in professional football

July 16th, 2020


We join Dr Paul Campbell (University of Leicester) to discuss his research into the experiences of ex-professional black footballers transitioning …

Revising the REF deadline: the Research Excellence Framework 2021 and Covid-19

July 9th, 2020


In March 2020, amid the global coronavirus pandemic, Research England made the decision to put their regular research evaluation exercise – the …

Emerald Podcast Series - Trailer

July 2nd, 2020


Welcome to Emerald Podcast Series.

Join our hosts Helen Beddow and Daniel Ridge as we hear from global experts, using research to create real impact. Each episode will explore how interdisciplinary …

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