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Birmingham Business School undertakes engaged and relevant research that contributes to academic debate worldwide, with projects funded by the Research Councils, major trusts, professional institutions, government departments and the EU.
City REDI researchers will be collaborating on a new project looking into the effect Brexit will have on British regions, cities and sectors.
Professor Thomson’s inaugural lecture 'Sustainable development: Accounting and the citizen'.
Find out how faculty members in the Business School are lending their perspective to key issues affecting our world in The Conversation.
Posted 27 June 2017
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.
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