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Posted 23 May 2016
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.
Posted 18 May 2016
Mark Carney's job is to identify threats to Britain's economy. Brexit is exactly that. Written by Professor Tony Yates.
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The School of Education has risen 31 places in the 2017 Guardian University League Tables
Posted 04 May 2016
The School of Education to fund full-time PhD studentship and a fees only award for Home/EU students.
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Posted 20 May 2016
This workshop aimed to answer the question of how the idea of subjecthood can be understood and how it might be conceptualised. In doing so, special attention is to be paid to the fact that any subject of social change is inevitably embedded in a global political economy and its different epistemic frameworks and historical legacies.
Indonesia's Defense White Paper reiterates lofty ambitions, with little advice on how to turn vision into reality. Written by Scott Edwards and Masyithoh Annisa Ramadhani.
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Posted 24 May 2016
The importance of teams to the successful delivery of health and care services is now well established. There is an overwhelming evidence base that teams of relevant professionals coming together to achieve a shared goal can lead to genuine improvements in patient care.
Professor Russell Mannion is a co-investigator on a major new research project in Norway funded by the Norwegian Research Council.
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