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Keep up to date with the latest news and events from around the Business School and the wide-ranging projects our staff and students get involved with.

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The economic black hole at the heart of the shift to electric vehicles

The economic black hole at the heart of the shift to electric vehicles
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John Bryson and Tasos Kitsos in the Conversation: The implications, economic and otherwise, of this massive policy change are only beginning to sink in.
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IN THE BUSINESS SCHOOL BLOG

Still staying underground? Informal work, small firms and the National Living Wage

Still staying underground? Informal work, small firms and the National Living Wage
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"How are small firms actually implementing the National Living Wage (NLW)? Will the NLW and accompanying efforts to boost enforcement shock errant firms into compliance? And what distinguishes compliant from non-complaint firms?" CREME Director Monder Ram in the Business School Blog.
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The economic black hole at the heart of the shift to electric vehicles

The economic black hole at the heart of the shift to electric vehicles
Description
John Bryson and Tasos Kitsos in the Conversation: The implications, economic and otherwise, of this massive policy change are only beginning to sink in.
Date:
07/08/2017
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

The West Midlands is in a strong position to tackle the challenges of Brexit

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City-REDI's John Bryson, Professor of Enterprise and Competitiveness at Birmingham Business School, spoke on BBC West Midlands last week. He was asked to respond to recent figures released by Centre for Cities that suggest that cities in the West Midlands are in a stronger position to tackle the challenges of Brexit that those in the south of the UK.
Date:
01/08/2017

Still staying underground? Informal work, small firms and the National Living Wage

Still staying underground? Informal work, small firms and the National Living Wage
Description
"How are small firms actually implementing the National Living Wage (NLW)? Will the NLW and accompanying efforts to boost enforcement shock errant firms into compliance? And what distinguishes compliant from non-complaint firms?" CREME Director Monder Ram in the Business School Blog.
Date:
01/08/2017
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Fuelling City-Regions, why skills matter

Description
The latest in the City-REDI Policy Briefing Series, by Professor Simon Collinson, Professor Anne Green and Rebecca Riley.
Date:
24/07/2017

Lloyds Banking Group and the University of Birmingham unveil new research centre to transform responsible business practice

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Lloyds Banking Group and the University of Birmingham are to establish a new £2.5 million research centre, as part of the University's Business School, which will be called the Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business.
Date:
05/07/2017
Categories:
Corporate Services, Research

College recognises pioneering research benefitting society

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The College of Social Sciences was thrilled to host a presentation to recognise the outstanding contribution of our researchers to society on Wednesday 21 June 2017. With categories covering early career researchers, business and policy, there were a wide range of different projects acknowledged.
Date:
27/06/2017

Network to boost ethnic minority business takes top prize

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The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) has recognised the ground-breaking impact of a leading Birmingham Business School project, by awarding the co-directors an award as part of the 2017 ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize.
Date:
27/06/2017
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Is the game up for Theresa May? What leadership theory tells us about her chances of survival

Is the game up for Theresa May? What leadership theory tells us about her chances of survival
Description
Scott Taylor in the Conversation: Leading isn't all about charisma, but when you're not seen as competent either, you're in big trouble.
Date:
25/06/2017
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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