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07 September 2017
William Wallace,
The proposed use of 'fracking' to increase on-shore gas production has caused considerable controversy in the UK over the past decade or so. Fracking is a long...

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01 September 2017
Iain Henderson
Writing recently in the UK professional HR journal 'People Management' Georgi Gyton and Robert Jeffery tell their readers that 'Chatbots can already...

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24 August 2017
Shai Davidov, Senior Teaching Fellow
I have previously written about the Olympic Games as a mega project and the unique human-behaviour characteristics that enable its scheduled completion time and time...

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16 August 2017
Professor Laura Galloway, Professor of Business and Enterprise
It's an old question: "can you teach entrepreneurship?" Many people believe that entrepreneurship just happens - people are either entrepreneurs or they...

Faculty Blog

08 August 2017
Louisa Osmond, Teaching Fellow
Entrepreneurship is a key driver of the global economy and the World Economic Forum (WEF) says fostering entrepreneurship pays dividends across all the sectors...

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07 August 2017
Neil Kay, Professorial Fellow
We love sheep in Scotland. We already have more sheep than people as evidenced by the excellent publication "Sheep Facts: Find out more about the amazing world of...

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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,...

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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...

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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...
 
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