Podcasts from Birmingham Business School

Listen to Birmingham Business School academics and guest speakers discuss their research papers and deliver lectures in our downloadable podcast series.

Distinguished Leaders Series Podcast: Gary Wroe (Hockley Mint Ltd)

Description
Gary spoke to our MBA students as part of our Distinguished Leaders Series, in which he gave some insight into his experience as a former MBA student at Birmingham and how it benefited his career.
Date:
Tuesday 6th March 2018

Advisory Board Guest Lecture 2017 Podcast: Positive defiance - a deaf woman's social enterprise journey

Description
Speaker: Jane Cordell (Director, Result CIC) with an introduction from Prof Catherine Cassell (Dean, Birmingham Business School) and closing statements by Lord Karan Bilimoria (Chancellor of the University of Birmingham)
Date:
Friday 24th November 2017

Inaugural Lecture Podcast: Sustainable development: Accounting and the citizen

Description
For his inaugural lecture, Professor of Accounting and Sustainability Ian Thomson presented the concept of citizen accounting, audit and accountability for sustainable transformation
Date:
Thursday 4th May 2017

Distinguished Leaders Series Podcast: Laurence Hollingworth (J.P. Morgan)

Description
How to you get from UoB alum to Vice Chairman at J.P. Morgan? Listen to our latest Distinguished Leaders Series lecture to find out.
Date:
Tuesday 28th March 2017

Distinguished Leaders Series Podcast: Trust in Business

Distinguished Leaders Series Podcast: Trust in Business
Description
Speaker: Melanie Richards, Vice Chair and Board Member, KPMG UK
Date:
Friday 9th December 2016

Maxwell Fry Global Finance Lecture Podcast: The Housing Market and Macro-prudential Policy

Maxwell Fry Global Finance Lecture Podcast: The Housing Market and Macro-prudential Policy
Description
Speaker: David Miles (Professor of Financial Economics, Imperial College Business School)
Date:
Tuesday 1st November 2016

(Re)Combination for Innovation: How Chinese firms and Western MNEs Collaborate to Innovate

(Re)Combination for Innovation: How Chinese firms and Western MNEs Collaborate to Innovate
Description
This event is part of the Global Value Chains Research Cluster Seminar Series.Speaker: Simon Collinson (Birmingham Business School)
Date:
Friday 12th February 2016

Accountability & Governance Research Cluster Podcast: Intra-Party Disagreement and Inter-Party Polarization

Accountability & Governance Research Cluster Podcast: Intra-Party Disagreement and Inter-Party Polarization
Description
Speaker: James M. Snyder, Jr, Leroy B. Williams Professor of History and Political Science (Harvard)
Date:
Wednesday 27th January 2016

Archived podcasts

"Ideological Dissent in Downsian Politics"
Dr Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay

Dr Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay of the Department of Economics talks about how his research that looks at factors that play apart in politics, voting and the government.

 

"Responsible Retailing"
Dr Pamela Robinson

Dr Robinson discusses the core area of her research; "Responsible Retailing", and gives an insight into her work, which includes a trip to the Amazon rainforest to look at sustainability and global value chains.




"Sharing photographs on Facebook could damage relationships"
Dr David Houghton

Sharing photographs on Facebook could damage relationships with friends, family and colleagues and the quantity and subject matter of the pictures have an impact on the level of support and intimacy within relationships. Read the report in full.




"National and foreign ownership"
Professor Simon Collinson

Dean of Birmingham Business School, Professor Simon Collinson discusses national and foreign ownership for 'Your Network', Birmingham Business School’s annual alumni magazine.




"UK horsemeat scandal and the challenges of global supply chains"
Dr Pamela Robinson

Dr Pamela Robinson gives her expert views on the recent UK horsemeat scandal and the challenges of global supply chains for 'Your Network', Birmingham Business School’s annual alumni magazine.




"Leadership and enterprise development"
Professor Kiran Trehan

Professor of Leadership and Enterprise Development, Kiran Trehan, discusses the role mentoring can play in developing small and medium sized enterprises.