About the CABLE Research Impact Awards 2021
CABLE Research Impact Awards 2021
The CABLE Research Impact Awards recognise the skills and qualities required by scholars
to show the contribution that their research and creative practice makes to society, the environment, and the economy.
CABLE stands for the Faculties of Creative Arts and Industries, Arts, Business and Economics, Law, and Education and Social Work.
Definition of research impact:
For these Awards, research impact is defined as the effect, change or benefit that a specific research work had on the economy, society, communities, culture, public policy, health, environment, or quality of life, beyond its academic merits.
The CABLE Research Impact Awards initiative derived from the Business School Faculty Research Committee’s Research Impact Competition 2020 chaired by Professor Ilan Oshri.