The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
18 November 2015
Professor Richard Harrison explores how business angels make investment decisions and what entrepreneurs can learn to become investor ready…Continue reading
In our latest Beyond Business #edtalk, influential economist John Kay joins us for a critical exploration of modern finance. Listen as he asks: What is it all for? Does it create wealth, or take other people’s money? And: Why did we bail it out when it failed us?
The Scottish Government’s ambition to produce the equivalent of 100% of the country’s electricity consumption from renewables continues to cause debate among industry leaders, just four years ahead of the 2020 target.
Inspiring thought leaders | Richard Solomons: Technology in the hotel industry is two-edged, we see it as an opportunity
In our latest #edtalks video, InterContinental Hotels Group CEO Richard Solomons joins Dr Malcolm Kirkup to discuss innovation in the hotel industry and the challenges ahead. Watch the video now.
University of Edinburgh Business School recently welcomed charity leaders for a unique two-day executive education workshop
University of Edinburgh Business School has launched a new research and engagement centre to explore the relationship between accounting and society.
In this guest post, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) President Myriam Madden argues management accountancy holds the key to restoring judgement in the boardroom. But she says more must be done to empower practitioners to demonstrate their value in decision making…
Maggie’s CEO, Laura Lee, joins the Centre for Strategic Leadership in conversation on the role of purpose and passion in entrepreneurial success. Listen as she shares the inspiring story of the cancer care charity’s development from a single centre to global ambitions, in this podcast.
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.
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…