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Dr Khalid Nadvi

My research interests are in the area of globalisation, international trade and industrial development. I am especially interested in issues relating to global regulations, global standards and local outcomes for firms, workers and communities. Within this agenda my current research focuses on the emerging economies, or Rising Powers, of China, India and Brazil and the impacts that they are having on the rest of the developing world. I also have a long-standing interest on the political economy of Pakistan

Keywords: 
Employment, Standards, Governance, Society, Globalisation, Economy, Geography, Innovation, Business, Civil society, Community, Poverty, Political economy, Employability, Production

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Ms Jane Ratchford

Responsible for overseeing Manchester Leadership Programme, which helps place current students on sustainability-orientated projects across the city of Manchester.

Keywords: 
Employment, Employability, Universities, Leadership, Sustainability, Teaching, Education

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Ms Colette Cooke

Keywords: 
Volunteering, Engagement, Employment, Employability, Universities, Environment, Sustainability, Climate, Teaching, Education

Group

Manchester Enterprise Centre

Based within Manchester Business School, we are recognised as a leader in enterprise education and aim to inspire, educate and develop enterprising individuals and enable them to positively impact the growth of dynamic organisations.

Enterprise is a key part of the University’s vision to be, ‘an innovative institution that values and encourages the transfer of knowledge and technology to influence and advance economic development regionally, nationally and internationally.’

Keywords: 
Business, Economy, Employability