The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
22 April 2016
Corporate sustainability continues to divide the boardroom. While most CEOs agree it can create opportunities, for others it remains shrouded in mystery. Dr Kenneth Amaeshi explains five things it most definitely is not.Continue reading
Business School experts have warned regulators must stay one step ahead of the rapid growth in high-frequency trading, to ensure a level playing field for all investors.
Last month we launched the first E Club Start-up Festival. Thank you to the 1,200 attendees, start-ups, students and academics who came together to celebrate the city’s vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem! Watch the video and listen to the podcast now.
Academics from University of Edinburgh Business School have launched a new international partnership at UK-China Low Carbon Week.
Facebook is affecting behaviour offline, with people acting as if they are under constant surveillance from online friends and family.
Beyond Business welcomes the former Bank of England Governor to lift the lid on the financial alchemy that caused the global financial crisis, and share his radical new ideas to avoid another collapse.
Professor John Amis shares his take on the common pitfalls to avoid when leading change.
Dr. Arman Eshraghi and Dr. Adam Moore discuss how financial researchers are using psychology and neuroscience to understand our investment behaviour.
Dr Ben Spigel argues Scotland’s start-ups are being held-back by a lack of sales skills
Social entrepreneur and the man behind Social Bite’s corporate catering arm, Alan Mahon shares his plans for his next venture; tackling a lack of clean water in the developing world through craft beer…