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Here you will find the articles contributed by our academics from across all four departments that make up the Business School.

Why a Tory Brexit endangers the rights of workers

Why a Tory Brexit endangers the rights of workers
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Professor of Employment Relations & HR Management Tony Dobbins in The Conversation: The UK has benefited from EU labour protections, which will be vulnerable to the Conservative party's deregulation agenda.
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18/12/2019

A century of public housing: lessons from Singapore, where housing is a social, not financial, asset

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By John Bryson, Professor of Enterprise and Competitiveness and member of City REDI.
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31/07/2019

Jamie Oliver restaurant closures – did the celebrity chef bite off more than he could chew?

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Isabelle Szmigin in The Conversation: He's a top chef, a natural on TV, but perhaps Jamie Oliver underestimated the difficulties of running a restaurant chain in a recession.
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28/05/2019

National living wage is not enough to fix Britain's low-pay problem – here's why

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Tony Dobbins in The Conversation: The legal minimum wage is vital for regulating low pay and preventing exploitation. But it is insufficient on its own to reduce poverty for working people.
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09/04/2019

Menopause discrimination is a real thing – this is how employers can help

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Fiona Carmichael and Jo Duberley in The Conversation: Research shows two-thirds of women surveyed reported a moderate to severe impact on their working lives and some even left employment altogether.
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14/01/2019

Singapore 'smoking ban' sounds radical, but it's an odd way to reduce air pollution

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Professor John Bryson in The Conversation: There are other things which cause air pollution – cars, for example – which will have a much bigger impact.
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31/12/2018

Has consumerism taken over Christmas? Two marketing experts discuss

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Isabelle Szmigin and Caroline Moraes in The Conversation: Getting into the Christmas spirit means buying stuff. But how much is too much?
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13/12/2018

How a 'Ukraine-plus' Brexit deal could solve Theresa May's problems

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Professor Pervez Ghauri co-writes in The Conversation: Ukraine shows how it's possible to have single market access, while maintaining control of your borders and staying out of the European Court of Justice.
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21/11/2018
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