Literature Reviews

Our staff and associates are experts in their fields and keep up to date with the latest developments from both academic and industry sources.

Literature reviews are crucial in providing context for a topic. A well-targeted literature review will tell you, what is already known, what best practice is to date, and what gaps and weaknesses surround the subject. It can also illustrate successful research methods previously used by others and aid the development of research tools such as questionnaires and interview schedules. There are different types of literature reviews, and some specialist ones (e.g. systematic reviews) which we would be happy to discuss.

We have access to various university library databases as well as a number of specialist libraries to ensure we can access the most relevant and up to date literature. We are also members of numerous industry networks, which can sometimes be useful in obtaining hard to reach (and sometimes unpublished) reports/data.

See examples of our research projects on the publications and case studies pages.