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Partners in crime: The value of cross-discipli0nary working

Partners in crime: The value of cross-discipli0nary working
Description
Criminal justice challenges require collaborative working across disciplines, with active academic-practitioner partnerships, argues Reader in Economics Dr Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay in a piece for the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.
Date:
31/05/2016

BBA's Diversity & Inclusion Business Council sets out steps to boost growth for diverse small businesses

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A new paper from the BBA's Diversity and Inclusion Business Council (DIBC) has today outlined seven key initiatives that could help businesses run by ethnic minorities and women (EMWs) realise their full growth potential.
Date:
31/05/2016

John Gibney guest edits the new issue of Regions Magazine

Description
The second issue of the quarterly publication focuses on 'Varieties of Regional Leadership'.
Date:
25/05/2016

CREME presents new research on ethnic and entrepreneurial identities

CREME presents new research on ethnic and entrepreneurial identities
Description
The latest article by Dr Natalia Vershinina of the University of Birmingham and Professor Rowen Barrett (Queensland University of Technology) presents a qualitative paper entitled "Intersectionality of Ethnic and Entrepreneurial Identities: A Study of Post-War Polish Entrepreneurs in an English City" which has been published via earlyview in Journal of Small Business Management.
Date:
25/05/2016

Economists are a fractious group, but they all want to stay in Europe

Description
Future historians will observe that even if modern central banks were not perfect, the recession following 2008 would have been worse without them. Written by Professor Tony Yates for the Telegraph.
Date:
23/05/2016

The Bank of England is right to intervene in the Brexit debate

Description
Mark Carney's job is to identify threats to Britain's economy. Brexit is exactly that. Written by Professor Tony Yates.
Date:
18/05/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

How a John Lewis style co-op could save the Port Talbot steelworks

How a John Lewis style co-op could save the Port Talbot steelworks
Description
Scott Taylor in the Conversation: John Lewis shows how co-ops can be an exemplar of good business – both financially and for their customers and employees.
Date:
13/05/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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