PhD Scholarship: Modern Slavery Risk in Business Supply Chains
Alliance Manchester Business School is offering a three year PhD scholarship for a candidate who will begin doctoral studies in September 2020. This scholarship is open to UK, EU, and overseas students.
The PhD is hosted in the Department of Accounting & Finance, and candidates should submit a research proposal and PhD application this program, indicating that they wish to be considered for the project on modern slavery.
The project focuses on Natural Language Processing, public disclosure, and Modern Slavery Act Statements – a reporting mechanism now requested by the UK government on an annual basis. The project seeks to apply language processing tools to the study of supply chains.
Inquiries about the project can be directed to Prof. Ser-Huang Poon at email@example.com, while inquiries about the application process can be directed to Lynne Barlow-Cheetham in the Doctoral Programmes Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can apply now here. Applications must be submitted by January 31st, 2020.