A new report by WMREDI and The University of Birmingham looks at the factors that are significant in closing the gap in productivity in the West Midlands.
'Levelling up' is symptomatic of reactive short-termism in UK politics - we need a new long-term vision for sustainable economic growth
We need a joined up approach to tackling toxic sexual behaviour in the most trusted professions in society, says Dr Sophie King-Hill.
Christopher Pietroni is joined by Noëlla Coursaris Musunka, an award-winning philanthropist and international model.
We are thrilled to announce we are calling for applications for the 2023 International Visiting Research Fellowship scheme.
Managers are more positive about flexible working than since the outset of the pandemic, and even think it can boost productivity
A House of Lords committee has challenged the Government to introduce urgent reforms in adult social care.
Professor Christopher Pietroni is joined by Carolyn Wilkins, a Professor at the Birmingham Leadership Institute and a well-experienced public sector leader.
The UK has made little progress in the last decade towards creating a truly financially inclusive society, a new study reveals.
She considers the history of emerging British Multinational Companies in Ghana and Nigeria in the 20th Century.
The new 2022 ranking for Top-50 academics in Business & Management worldwide includes only the top 2% most cited academics.
Employment prospects among blind and partially-sighted people have not changed in a generation, with only one in four in paid employment.