The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
16 June 2016
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.Continue reading
International markets can be attractive to growing companies. But Professor Simon Harris says the liability of foreignness means doing business abroad is never easy.
This August, Professor Chris Carter welcomes some of the UK’s leading politicians and journalists to Media Series at The Fringe. Book now.
Diversity makes the Edinburgh MBA a global qualification. But Professor Simon Harris says the classroom is no substitute for international hands-on experience.
We welcomed leading figures from each side of the debate on the UK’s EU membership referendum. Would Brexit leave us floating alone in the cold North Sea, or would our departure pre-empt an inevitable decline in the European project?
Professor Paolo Quattrone argues it’s time to stop blaming complexity for failure and realise it’s our search for certainty that’s at fault.
Professor Chris Carter looks at what reputation means for today’s organisations, and argues authenticity and craft above all other considerations must be of the most strategic concern.
A pioneering new approach to blood bank management developed by students at University of Edinburgh Business School could save the NHS £ millions each year.
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.
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.