Managing Productivity in Welsh Firms – Final Report

This report is part of the Hodge Research Project and draws on an analysis of the results of a survey of a broad range of businesses in Wales. It seeks to provide a better understanding of how firms’ management practices affect the productivity puzzle whereby Wales lags other countries.

This report was produced by the Hodge Project Research Team at Cardiff Metropolitan University, and made possible by support from The Hodge Foundation.

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The Hodge Project Research Team Consists of:

  • Brian Morgan
    Brian Morgan is Professor of Entrepreneurship at Cardiff Metropolitan University, and Director of its Creative Leadership and Enterprise Centre (CLEC).
  • Gerald Holtham
    Gerald Holtham is Hodge Professor of Regional Economy at Cardiff Metropolitan University. He is also honorary professor at Cardiff University’s Business School and a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales.
  • Selyf Morgan
    Dr Selyf Morgan works as a researcher at CLEC on a range of economic development areas including food and agriculture, the construction industry, and urban development.
  • Robert Huggins
    Robert Huggins is Chair of Economic Geography and Director of Research and Innovation at Cardiff University’s School of Geography and Planning. His areas of research interest and expertise include regional economic development.
  • Nick Clifton
    Nick Clifton is Professor of Economic Geography and Regional Development, and Research Excellence Framework coordinator at the School of Management, Cardiff Metropolitan University.
  • Jeff Davies
    Jeff Davies is lecturer in finance and specialises in the analysis of company performance. He is an author of four books focussed on economics and management.
  • Sandy Kyaw
    Sandy Kyaw is a Senior Lecturer at the Cardiff School of Management specialising in finance and management areas
  • Gary Walpole
    Gary Walpole is Director of ION Leadership at Swansea University. His research is on the leadership and innovation practices of SMEs

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