The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
16 January 2018
When recent Business School graduate Carolina Toczycka groggily answered a 3 am call from California, irritation quickly gave way to excitement as she woke up to the news her team had won the prestigious Hyperloop One Global Challenge.Continue reading
Up to five per cent of firms entering the FTSE 100 have gamed the system to get in, according to new research.
Why go to university? Some come to pursue a subject, for employability, or to learn how to have an impact on society. Others choose this route because it’s what everyone seems to do after school.
Dean, Wendy Loretto reflects on key developments at the Business School during the past year.
Professor Kenneth Amaeshi argues a sustainable mindset is not only essential for survival, but can also drive innovation in organisations of all shapes and sizes.
MBA Raquel Wing explains how she’s combining skills learned in Edinburgh with her passion for clean beauty, in her new entrepreneurial venture.
Dr Gbenga Ibikunle makes the case for dark pool trading…up to a point.
Dr Tom Calvard argues the cult of self-improvement masks a worrying shift in the apportioning of responsibility in the workplace.
University of Edinburgh undergraduates have been competing in a 48-hour challenge to find business solutions to global social challenges.
As the first big Christmas adverts hit our screens, Professor David Marshall hopes for more nuanced portrayals of fathers at the heart of the home.