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30 January 2019
Dr Richard Bunning, Teacher
“Nissan ousts Carlos Ghosn” - CNN  “Nissan board fires chairman Carlos Ghosn for financial misconduct” - The Guardian “Carlos...

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15 October 2018
Gerry Reilly
At the beginning of 2018, experts predicted that Cape Town would be the first major city in the world to run out of water, and the date given for 'Day Zero'...

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16 August 2018
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
I have been thinking a great deal about Adam Smith recently as the refurbishment of his final home, Panmure House, comes to a conclusion and Edinburgh Business School...

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10 July 2018
Gerry Reilly, Senior Teaching Fellow
'Automation' can be defined as the automatic production of goods and services using robots with minimal human intervention. Increased automation leads to...

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12 June 2018
Professor Laura Galloway, Professor of Business and Enterprise
<!-- x-tinymce/html -->A bit of an academic melting pot, we entrepreneurship researchers have backgrounds that range from management science and economics...

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01 June 2018
Dr Richard Bunning, Teacher
It's a very common thought, but with the development of theories more attuned to contemporary management challenges, different concepts of leadership have emerged.

Faculty Blog

11 May 2018
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
Someone once said to me that you can only really negotiate when you don't really need the deal. At the time I dismissed his comment as utter madness, but did he...

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19 April 2018
Louisa Osmond, Assistant Professor
The marketing community has been rocked by yet another scandal, this time concerning the ethics of data profiling and a consumer’s right to privacy.  

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09 April 2018
Gerry Reilly, Senior Teaching Fellow
With the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), President Xi Jinping plans to link China to Europe via investments in rail, roads, ports, dams, bridges, gas pipelines and...
 
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