The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
01 October 2015
University of Edinburgh Business School’s MSc in Financial Management has joined the MSc in Finance and Investment, and MSc in Accounting and Finance, to become a recognised programme under the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Programme Partners Initiative.Continue reading
Business School Dean, Professor Ian Clarke explains why saying ‘yes’ to a change of environment and working in a new context could hold the key to unlocking valuable new ways of thinking…
Professor John Amis explores the need for effective strategic leadership to navigate change, in an increasingly complex and rapidly-evolving environment.
Socially-responsible ‘green’ mutual funds, are now performing better than those invested in fossil-fuels and other assets, according to new research.
Academics from University of Edinburgh Business School have joined forces with internet marketing agency, Attacat, to offer a new course in digital marketing.
University of Edinburgh Business School’s MSc in Management has been ranked 8th in the UK in the 2015 FT Masters in Management rankings. The position secures the MSc in Management’s place among the UK’s top management programmes.
This year’s Media Series at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe was a sell-out success. If you missed hearing Bercow’s spot-on impressions of Tony Benn and William Hague, Johnson’s critical assessment of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership capabilities, or Toynbee and Walker’s blueprint to un-seat the Conservative Government, you can catch up now with our podcasts.
University of Edinburgh Business School’s MSc in International Human Resource Management (MSc IHRM) has been accredited by the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development.
Alternative lending is set to stay and significantly shake up the banking market, according to the world’s leading credit experts. But news from the University of Edinburgh Business School’s biennial Credit Risk and Credit Scoring Conference paints a positive picture for both business and personal borrowers.
Dr Arman Eshraghi explains how advances in Behavioural Finance are illuminating the once nebulous area of financial decision making, and points out five in-built mental biases we can overcome to help us make better investment choices.