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29 October 2013
William Wallace
Source: Wikimedia CommonsInternational travel guide Lonely Planet recently named Scotland as one of the top three best countries in the world to visit after Brazil and...

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22 October 2013
William Wallace
Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station from the South West (Photo credit: Wikipedia)The UK government has just announced that a new nuclear power station will be...

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18 October 2013
Jane Priest, Teaching Fellow
Customers can be the best publicity. There are lots of them, they like to talk and they tend to believe each other more than they would a stranger with an ulterior...

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11 October 2013
William Wallace
English: View of KL Sentral, Hilton and Le Meridian at dusk (Photo credit: Wikipedia)I was teaching in Kuala Lumpur (KL) in Malaysia last week and I was impressed with...

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01 October 2013
Jane Priest, Teaching Fellow
Soccer Balls Net 7-22-09 1 (Photo credit: stevendepolo)New sports drink Golazo recently caught my attention because it appears to be scoring in the US. What can we...

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11 September 2013
Alex Scott
LSE Nobel Prize Desplay (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Many years ago I was a mainstream economics researcher immersed in econometrics and mathematics. Like many other...

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05 September 2013
Jane Priest, Teaching Fellow
Veggie Burger (Photo credit: Wikipedia)On several occasions recently I’ve eaten out with friends or family and the experience has been disappointing. Not for me,...

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26 August 2013
Jane Priest, Teaching Fellow
While viruses seem to strike humans in winter months, I’ve come to notice that computers seem most at risk during summertime. This is just speculation of course,...

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21 August 2013
Iain Henderson
The number of female entrepreneurs in the UK is steadily rising despite the difficult economic conditions of the past five years. In July 2013 the Office for National...