Marketing Research Group | Publications and Scholarly Activity

Research Grants | 2003 - 2022

View our members' scholarly activities and research outputs, including peer-review journal articles, books, book sections, conference papers, research grants and projects.

2022

Jialin Hardwick The Covid Impact Fund (CoIF) — awarded £475 by Eleanor Glanville Centre, University of Lincoln, UK in 2022

 

Victoria Ellis-Vowles Home Gym UK Community — awarded £4875 by Productivity Vouchers European Regional Development Fund in 2022

2021

Barry Ardley Innovation in agricultural shows — awarded £18000 by NICRE in 2021

 

Barry Ardley  Innovation and creativity in SME marketing — awarded £20000 by small business development in 2011

2020

Connie Mak Using walking-with approach to understand cultural practices for acculturation of non-local students in Hong Kong’s higher education — awarded £2580 by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2020

2019

Connie Mak Using cultural capital for acculturation: the case of professional and investment Mainland Chinese immigrants in Hong Kong — awarded £2605 by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2019

2018 

Victoria Ellis-Vowles Exploring experiences of the illness, its care and achieving function following Guillain-Barre syndrome — awarded £35000 by GAIN in 2018 

2014

Jialin Hardwick Attitudes and Behaviours of Senior Generation in Intergeneration Knowledge Transfer — awarded £45000 by nomination RIF PhD studentships Research Fund College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Lincoln, UK in 2014

 

Connie Mak Motivation, Self-Concept and Academic Achievement among Students of Self-Financing Top-Up Degree Programmes — awarded £1930 by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2014

2013

Victoria Ellis-Vowles Project Venus — awarded £3000 by University of Lincoln in 2013

 

Connie Mak A Study of Strategic Enrollment, Graduation and Articulation (SEGA) in Self-financing Tertiary Education in Hong Kong — awarded £10500 by Federation for Self-financing Tertiary Education in 2013

2012

Jialin Hardwick Investigating the understanding and use of NHS emergency 999 111 services: A scoping study — awarded £3300 by College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, Research Fund, University of Lincoln, UK in 2012

2003

Jialin Hardwick Entrepreneurial Networking in enhancing Entrepreneurship and Innovation — awarded £32250 by PhD Scholarship, Aberdeen Business School, Robert Gordon University, UK in 2003

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