King's Business School Research Impact Papers publicise the wide-ranging impact of research conducted at King’s Business School. Research Impact is a core pillar of our shared mission at King's Business School and is fundamental to our efforts to improve societies around the world in the face of economic, environmental, social and political challenges. In practice, it means our research is contributing to improved business decision-making, more effective policy-making, more cohesive coalition-building and better informed job design and consumer choices.
The research guiding the impact is high calibre and increasingly tends to straddle multiple disciplines – generating new ideas from economics, sociology, psychology and environmental management, among others. The impact is sometimes local, reflecting our presence in London and our strong relationships with local councils, NGOs and London businesses.
It also influences the work of international organisations, reflecting our commitment to contribute to progress towards the UN 2030 agenda for sustainable development. We hope this series of papers inspires further research impact and we welcome new relationships with individuals, organisations and policy-makers who are keen to engage with our research.