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Go Further, Faster on Devolution to Create Better Jobs Nationwide, Urges All Party Group Connecting Universities to Business Event

Go Further, Faster on Devolution to Create Better Jobs Nationwide, Urges All Party Group Connecting Universities to Business Event
Description
As part of the Connecting Universities to Business Event, Professor Simon Collinson, Dean of Birmingham Business School, delivered a speech on 'Universities as drivers of high-value growth'.
Date:
16/12/2014
Categories:
Social Sciences

NatWest Venus Awards Employee of the Year

NatWest Venus Awards Employee of the Year
Description
Congratulations to Birmingham Business School's Professor Kiran Trehan who was awarded the accolade of 'Employee of the Year'.
Date:
12/12/2014
Categories:
Social Sciences
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Briefing Paper: Basic bank accounts in Ireland

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Basic Bank Accounts in Ireland: Not so much a false start as a faulty start? Read the latest Briefing Paper from CHASM.
Date:
21/01/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

CHASM Briefing Paper: December 2014

Description
Should people on low incomes be encouraged to save during an economic down-turn? Latest Briefing Paper from CHASM
Date:
21/01/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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Dr Nicola Rollock wins a place on BBC Expert Voices BAME Talent Day

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Dr Nicola Rollock was one of four University of Birmingham minority ethnic academics to be offered a place on the BBC Expert Voices BAME Talent Days
Date:
03/12/2014
Categories:
Social Sciences

Professor Mike McLinden speaks at conference focusing on innovative approaches to curriculum design and delivery in HE

Description
Professor Mike McLinden discusses the institutional processes and the redesign and delivery of courses at a conference in Westminster
Date:
03/12/2014
Categories:
Social Sciences, Teaching
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Oil crisis: can short-term pain lead to economic gain for Russia?

Oil crisis: can short-term pain lead to economic gain for Russia?
Description
The recent crash in oil prices is causing much anxiety in oil-producing states. From Iran to Venezuela, many have come to rely on elevated oil prices to fuel economic growth and support government spending.
Date:
23/01/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Blog: Shuffling the decks: quick fixes versus long-term stability

Blog: Shuffling the decks: quick fixes versus long-term stability
Description
Development Progress Blog. Ahead of the launch of our case studies on security progress in Liberia and Timor-Leste, Suda Perera writes on the risk that 'quick fixes' to violent conflict pose to development in the long-term. Taking the example of the Democratic Republic of Congo, she outlines the pitfalls of empowering warring parties and the challenging reality that good elections do not necessarily result in good democracy.
Date:
23/01/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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