The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
25 August 2016
Edinburgh MBAs recently lent a hand to children’s Riverkids, sorting toys for disadvantaged young people and helping out at its HQ.Continue reading
From finance to reality show audience votes, we understand the world through numbers. But Professor Paolo Quattrone says we must rediscover the value of words.
Two Business School graduates are hoping to set the Edinburgh fashion world alight when they launch their first collection of sustainable style this August.
Dr Ben Spigel argues Brexit could rob UK tech entrepreneurs of their most valuable resource. Talent.
Three Business School applicants have each been awarded a £20,000 postgraduate scholarship, to recognise their sustainable business ideas.
The Brexit vote has been called a victory against big business. But Professor Kenneth Amaeshi says it was a missed opportunity to grasp responsible capitalism.
As male political leaders resign from the enormous task of Brexit, Professor Susan Murphy says it’s the women who are stepping up.
Financial markets are in turmoil after the Brexit vote. But Dr Arman Eshraghi says behavioural finance tells us they will recover. Albeit to a new normal.
Voters are too worried about what friends think to ‘Like’ political parties on Facebook. But Dr Ben Marder says they could be 50% more likely to, if ‘Likes’ were secret.
International markets can be attractive to growing companies. But Professor Simon Harris says the liability of foreignness means doing business abroad is never easy.