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Faculty Blog

25 July 2016
William Wallace
Oil and gas production from the UK sector of the North Sea peaked at the end of the last century and has been in steady decline ever since. Most of the large oil and...

Faculty Blog

11 July 2016
William Wallace
On 23 June 2016 the people of the UK voted in a national referendum on whether the UK should remain or withdraw as members of the European Union. The result was a...

Faculty Blog

04 July 2016
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
On a recent trip abroad I read an article in an in-flight magazine about how luck is valued in business. Many successful individuals have had (good) luck &ndash...

Faculty Blog

21 June 2016
Steve Carter, Professor of Marketing
We at Edinburgh Business School are currently updating the Marketing courses and have conducted research amongst a number of practice-based international marketing...

Faculty Blog

07 June 2016
Shai Davidov, Senior Teaching Fellow
Barely 60 days until the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games. More than 10,000 athletes and delegates from more than 200 nations will parade in front of 80,000...

Faculty Blog

26 May 2016
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
A fascinating twist on appointing Jose Mourinho as Manchester United’s new manager has arisen. Apparently Chelsea still own the rights to Mourinho’s name...

Faculty Blog

17 May 2016
Iain Henderson
One researcher into the effects of IT and automation has suggested they might. Pat Chapman-Pincher, writing in the Financial Times earlier this year, argues that ...

Faculty Blog

09 May 2016
Dr Rumesh Kumar, Assistant Professor
Does undertaking efforts to manage risk really make a difference? At times, I wonder. I recently conducted a review for a construction project that was stalled due to...

Faculty Blog

25 April 2016
Iain Henderson
On Thursday 14 April The Guardian reported that “Britain’s top bosses were sent a warning on Thursday that they must rein in boardroom excess when...