By John Bryson, Professor of Enterprise and Economic Geography, Department of Strategy and International Business.
By Professor Tony Dobbins, Professor of Employment Relations and HR Management and President of the British Universities Industrial Relations Association.
Delivered by Nick Jenkins, Founder of Moonpig.com and former 'Dragon' on BBC Dragon's Den, the talk centred on what extent entrepreneurs have a responsibility to think about the impact of their innovations on society.
Authoritarian Africa: Repression, Resistance, and the Power of Ideas by Nic Cheeseman and Jonathan Fisher, has been published by Oxford University Press.
CHASM's tax education work endorsed in new report 'Tax and Life Events' from the Office of Tax Simplification.
New CHASM Research Project: The Impact of Housing Quality on Wellbeing, funded by VIVID.
The Business School at the University of Birmingham has shown continuing improvement within its MBA, rising in the rankings of the Which MBA? results published by The Economist
Daniele Albertazzi and Mattia Zulianello and argue that the Italian right's victory in Umbria casts doubt on how long Italy's current government can survive.
The University of Birmingham's College of Social Sciences invites expressions of interest from applicants for Midlands Graduate School Doctoral Studentships as well as a number of additional college scholarships.
We are pleased to announce a series of full-time PhD scholarships commencing in 2020/21 and focused on the School's three core research themes: responsible business; work inclusivity; and regional economic development.
Congratulations to Dr Gëzim Alpion from the School of Social Policy in the University of Birmingham who has been awarded the Albanian Nation's Ambassador award.
The third annual Birmingham Economic Review, produced by Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC) and City-REDI aims to accelerate economic growth in the West Midlands.
Professor Nando Sigona, will present Eurochildren Project research in Berlin on 14 November at a Centre Marc Bloch event focused on the impact of Brexit on EU citizen's migration, mobility and belonging.
This year's Birmingham Economic Review (BER 2019), compiled by City-REDI in partnership with the GBS Chamber of Commerce and launched on the 24th October, presents two contrasting views of our city-region.
The Jane Slowey Memorial Bursary at the University of Birmingham offers bursaries for undergraduate students.
"The Art of Happiness in Cities" is a week long festival taking place at the University of Birmingham, representing a custom celebration of inclusion, diversity and vibrancy of the city of Birmingham
The Future of Society festival will be taking place from the 2-9 November 2019 on campus and across iconic venues in the city centre
With 38 delegates from all over the world, this annual conference had a well-attended conference with a range of intellectually stimulating topic on Finance where most assumptions were challenged and debated.
Iain Snelling, co-lead for clinical leadership at the Centre for Health and Social Care Leadership, discusses the 'evidence-free zone' of medical leadership.
Professor Nando Sigona of IRiS invited to give the keynote address of an inter-agency meeting organised by the International Committee of the Red Cross at the Humanitarium in Geneva.