The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
06 August 2018
Professor Richard T Harrison says the sale of Scottish growth companies to international firms creates big opportunities for the entrepreneurial ecosystem.Continue reading
Seeing other people’s holiday snaps online makes us sad, according to new research from Dr Ben Marder.
Travel and visa restrictions meant Amany Haniya had to leave her family behind when she started the Edinburgh MBA.
Dr Raffaella Calabrese considers the outlook for small businesses after the UK leaves the European Union.
A new initiative training teachers to deliver financial education is already making young people more confident about money matters.
At age 11 Laura Reinhart became an elite volleyball player in the US. She’s now channeling those skills into the MBA programme, and the next stage of her life.
The equal pay debate is a distraction from a much wider issue. Judy Wagner and Professor Susan Murphy argue it is time to focus on why there are fewer women in many high-paying jobs.
Financial services contribute £8 billion to the Scottish economy. But they face difficulties, from digital disruption to regulatory changes. Scottish students have taken on the challenge.
Digital technology can help humanitarian relief efforts. But, Dr Marian Gatzweiler and Corinna Frey argue such innovations don’t automatically translate to ethical advances.
Edinburgh is the second largest financial centre in the UK, and home to one of Europe’s top entrepreneurial ecosystems. So why isn’t it a FinTech powerhouse, asks Dr Ben Spigel.