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Faculty Blog

26 July 2017
Dr Abdulkader Mostafa, Assistant Professor
A home functions both as a shelter and an investment. Capital gains are commonly perceived by households as the main source of value when buying as opposed to renting,...

Faculty Blog

20 July 2017
Gerry Reilly, Senior Teaching Fellow
When a government's total outgoings (G) are more than their tax receipts (T), the result is a budget deficit where G > T. A government needs to borrow money to...

Faculty Blog

11 July 2017
Colin Garvie, Assistant Professor
Cash accounting would make accounts simpler to understand. Companies could only account for revenue when they receive the cash and expenses only once they have paid...

Faculty Blog

03 July 2017
Louisa Osmond, Teaching Fellow
If you do business in Europe or have business dealings with any European organisation, then by now GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) should be on your radar.
 
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