BBA (IBGM) student Shivang Singh garners recognition from The Global Undergraduate Awards for his research
Shivang Singh, a year 4 BBA(IBGM) student, has been recognised as “Highly Commended Entrant” by The Global Undergraduate Awards (UA) for his research paper “Investigating the business ethics of bike-sharing companies”.
Every year, UA coordinates an awards programme for penultimate and final year undergraduate students, as well as students who have graduated within the programme year. Entrants can submit their work to one of our 25 categories, which represent a broad range of academic disciplines.
Shivang’s work was considered to be among the top 10% of academic coursework submitted globally in the “Business” category. His study draws on the evolution of the peer-to-peer based sharing economy and uncovers the non-compliance of bike-sharing companies with ethical conduct standards.
“I am deeply grateful to Mr. David Bishop for expanding my knowledge in business ethics, corporate governance and corporate social responsible. After further revision, I aspire to get it published in an academic journal,” said Shivang.
About The Global Undergraduate Awards
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