New BSc Marketing for 2019 18 June 2018 Aspiring marketers can now take their first steps towards a career in marketing thanks to our exciting and dynamic new BSc Marketing, accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)
- New BSc Marketing for 2019 18 June 2018 Aspiring marketers can now take their first steps towards a career in marketing thanks to our exciting and dynamic new BSc Marketing, accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)
- We need your views – survey on menopause in the workplace – help us lift the taboo, and find solutions 14 June 2018 Menopause, and its effects on people and their productivity in the workplace are still poorly understood, despite the fact that women make up 47% of the UK workforce. Women over 50 also make up the fastest growing group of workers in the UK. This group is crucial to the labour market, as a shortfall of more than 7 million workers is forecast.
- Economics workshop to see leaders in their field gather in Bristol 4 June 2018 The second ever Workshop on Economic Policy Interventions and Behaviour will take place this week, bringing together experts from top universities all over Europe, including the Ifo, Munich, INSEAD in Paris, London School of Economics, the University of Copenhagen, IFAU and Uppsala University, Oxford University and Toulouse.
- NHS scheme to provide more healthy foods for low-income families is working, according to new study 24 May 2018
- New three-day work shop launched to share knowledge – Python 23 May 2018 A three-day workshop has kicked off today, bringing together Accounting and Finance academics and PhD students from top universities to share knowledge on Python, a programming language that’s becoming an increasingly important tool for research in the field.
- Should we bulldoze the business school? 22 May 2018
- Social integration in schools – study shows the power of ethnically mixed schools to boost social cohesion 22 May 2018 Researchers have found that schools with greater ethnic diversity foster more social integration among students of different ethnicities, following research involving nearly 4000 Year 10 pupils, aged 14 and 15, from 96 English state schools – the first national study of its kind.
- Expert panel meets on NHS management consultants 17 May 2018 After recent research led by the Management Department concluded that management consultants in the NHS worsen a service already under pressure, an expert panel gathered at Cass Business School on Wednesday 9 May to discuss the matter.
- Economics has a gender problem – and it starts in school 15 May 2018
- US boycott on Chinese researchers could ‘stifle’ global progress, researchers warn 14 May 2018 Restricting Chinese researchers from working in the US could stifle scientific progress on a global scale researchers warn, following measures proposed by the Trump administration.