Sarah's research focuses on the development of sustainable performance measures, dashboards and reporting tools for supply chains. Key areas of interest are: natural environment, performance measurement & reporting, supply chain sustainability and food security.
Sarah leads on a variety of multi-disciplinary research projects:
1) Developing Low Carbon Agriculture in the Humber Region: A Case Study of Black Grass. 1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021, European Regional Development Fund, £50,000 (Lead Researcher)
2) Development of a Low Carbon Industry in East Yorkshire by the integration of Geothermal, Solar and Wind Energy Resources. 1 Nov 2020 - 31 Oct 2021, European Regional Development Fund, £50,000 (Co - Researcher)
3) Assessment of the Potential of Geothermal Energy to Enhance Economic Development, Health and Well-being in Malawi . 1 Jan 2021 - 31 Jul 2021. QR-GCRF 20.21.PPF11, £46,000 (Co-Researcher)
Dr Shaw is willing to supervise PhD students whose topics relate to her research interests.
1) Abdullah Alsaif, An Investigation into the Impact of Supply Chain Management Practices on Competitive Advantage: The Case of the Saudi Arabian Petrochemical Industry (University of Hull)
2) Wachiraporn Khunjan, Investigating Waste and Sustainability in Thai Restaurant Chains (University of Hull)
3) Sandy Hassan, Exploring Environmental Sustainability and Performance in Global Logistics Hubs (University of Hull)
4) Sama Gad, Operational and Supply Chain Management Dairy Producers’ Performance Assessment Framework: A multiple case study analysis in Egypt