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The Next Steps for the Combined Authority and the Midlands Engine

Description
On 1 June 2016 the West Midlands Combined Authority comes into effect. With that in mind, Insider hosted an event at Birmingham Business School to explore the next steps for the Combined Authority and the Midlands Engine.
Date:
21/04/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Bureaucrats or Politicians? Political Parties and Antidumping in the US

Bureaucrats or Politicians? Political Parties and Antidumping in the US
Description
By Aquilante, Tommaso. This paper is part of the Birmingham Business School Discussion Paper Series (2016-05).
Date:
21/04/2016

Long-Run Growth Uncertainty

Long-Run Growth Uncertainty
Description
By Kuang, Pei and Mitra, Kaushik. This paper is part of the Birmingham Business School Discussion Paper Series (2016-06).
Date:
21/04/2016

Beyond Morgan's eight Metaphors: Adding to and developing Organizational theory

Beyond Morgan's eight Metaphors: Adding to and developing Organizational theory
Description
Professor Kiran Trehan and colleagues from America (Professor Linda Putman) and Norway (Professor Anders Ortenblad) have published an important special issue in Human Relations which explores and advances Gareth Morgan's organizational theory.
Date:
20/04/2016

The Alan Walters Building - a photo update

The Alan Walters Building - a photo update
Description
With the finishing touches being added to the new Alan Walters Building, we offer a photo update of the progress that is being made.
Date:
14/04/2016

March meet-ups in China

March meet-ups in China
Description
Business School alumni in Shanghai had two opportunities to network and meet with fellow graduates in March.
Date:
14/04/2016

Facebook and the Big Chill

Facebook and the Big Chill
Description
Research by Lecturer in Marketing Dr David Houghton suggests that Facebook users are self-censoring their day-to-day activities to avoid disapproval from online friends and family, blurring our online and offline lives.
Date:
14/04/2016

Will the Government's EU leaflet work?

Description
The Government yesterday (11th April 2016) sent out leaflets to households around the UK giving their reasons for staying in the EU, at a reported cost of £9 million. But are mail shots actually worth doing?
Date:
12/04/2016
Categories:
Social Sciences
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