News from Birmingham Business School

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.

IN THE CONVERSATION

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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LATEST NEWS FROM BIRMINGHAM BUSINESS SCHOOL

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City-REDI welcomes new Professor of Regional Economic Development

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We are delighted that Professor Anne Green has joined the University of Birmingham's City-REDI (the City-Region Economic Development Institute) and the Birmingham Business School from the University of Warwick's Institute for Employment Research.
Date:
23/06/2017

Research centre celebrates seven years of providing world-class research on financial security

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The Centre on Household Assets and Savings Management (CHASM) is celebrating seven years of producing world-class research on the role of assets and their distribution in people's lives - from pensions to housing to financial savings.
Date:
23/06/2017
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Research, Social Sciences

Prospects for the UK economy in the aftermath of the 2017 General Election

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John Fender in the Birmingham Perspective: "The dire predictions made by many economists about what would happen to the UK economy after the Brexit referendum result do not seem to have been realised so far. The economy has continued to grow at a respectable rate."
Date:
22/06/2017

'Baby-boomers vs. young generation' not the problem with financial inequality - study

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Fears of inter-generational tension between young and old are unfounded, according to a new study.
Date:
22/06/2017
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Research, Social Sciences

Brexit bonus for students seeking worldwide financial careers

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Professor Simon Collinson in the Financial Times: UK schools benefit as sterling's fall boosts applications.
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21/06/2017

Business School student part of new Limited Edition Orangina campaign

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Meghan Bell, one of our Business Management with Year in Industry students, has been part of the team leading an innovative new campaign for Orangina.
Date:
16/06/2017
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Social Sciences, Students

CREME academics shortlisted for ESRC impact award

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Professor Monder Ram and Professor Kiran Trehan, Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME), have been shortlisted for the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Celebrating Impact Prize 2017. This accolade, specifically for the Outstanding Impact in Business and Enterprise award in the ESRC Celebrating Impact Prize 2017, is due to their work with the Enterprise and Diversity Alliance (EDA).
Date:
15/06/2017
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

The Meaning of Making: the bringing together of craft industries

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What better moment than the evening before a general election to debate the past, present and future of making in the UK?
Date:
12/06/2017
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