IPM study finds bookshops are vital for high street regeneration
Bookshops are playing a vital role in the recovery and regeneration of high streets in towns across the UK and Ireland, early findings from IPM research has found.
Working with the Booksellers Association of UK & Ireland (BA), IPM asked over 150 bookshop staff to gauge how bookshops bolster the community.
IPM joins forces with researchers at Sheffield Hallam University
Sheffield Hallam University has been appointed as a Partner Member of the Institute and will work with IPM on potential research collaborations with its Department of the Natural and Built Environment (NBE) and The Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR).
New JPMD special issue focuses on culinary tourism and technological transformations
In 2020, JPMD released the special issue “From place to plate…and back again”, edited by Peter Varley, Chloe Steadman and Annelie Sjölander-Lindqvist, brought forward in great depth the intimate links between food and place, the immaterial values (memories, narratives, experiences) that these links invoke to people who produce or consume them, and the central role of food in pr ...