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Reach magazine

Read the latest research insights and impact from Newcastle University Business School.

World-leading research

As a leading business school, we're committed to shaping an inclusive, responsible future. We take a creative approach to solving complex challenges. We do this by drawing on our evolving expertise to address the core challenges of the day in a collaborative environment.

Reach magazine highlights the latest research and insights from Newcastle University Business School. It showcases our impactful work as we tackle a wide range of global issues.

Published twice a year, it is available in digital format online.

Hands holding the September 2023 issue of Reach magazine from Newcastle University Business School

What's inside?

Each issue of Reach magazine contains contributions from leading academics. Inside you'll find a variety of articles and features, such as:

  • exclusive research insights
  • comment pieces from renowned academics
  • in-depth analysis of industry trends
  • conversations with leading experts

Read the latest issue

Topics covered in the March 2024 issue of Reach magazine include:

  • creative industries and possible exploitation of workers
  • creating more opportunities for female workers overseas
  • understanding the geography of crime
Front cover of March 2024 issue of Reach magazine from Newcastle University Business School

Featured articles

Take a sneak peek at our latest issue through our featured articles. Dive into narratives that matter and explore topics such as workforce diversity and neurodiversity. Gain fresh insights into how we're shaping a brighter future.

Understanding the geography of crime

What can we learn about crime from precise-street level data? One Newcastle University Business School professor is looking to find out, applying geocoded data to issues such as the usefulness of stop-and-search, and how adding extra security at large supermarkets affects shoplifting locally.

Shining a light on the creative industries: From the North East to the world

Meet Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Professor Jonathan Sapsed, and Senior Lecturer in Economics, Dr Sara Maioli. They discuss their research and involvement in the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (Creative PEC) and explore the local and global impact of their research.

Technology: Is it affecting our ability to be responsible, active citizens?

We use technology every day to make our lives more efficient, productive and convenient. But is there a trade-off? Our research suggests that over-reliance on technology can affect our ability to think and act independently, and to participate effectively in society.