The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
21 September 2017
The extraordinary rate of growth of UK consumer debit has become a ‘serious problem’ according to a group of the world’s leading credit experts.Continue reading
Six more staff scoop prizes in the second phase of the School’s teaching awards for 2017.
Social enterprises have a crucial role to play in rebuilding countries after conflict, argues Rwandan entrepreneur.
The pressure on organisations to be both competitive and sustainable has never been greater. But Professor Paolo Quattrone says this often leads to a mishmash of half-measures.
The Business School has launched a new programme to accelerate executives’ development and propel them into the boardroom.
The UK has one of the most dynamic digital scenes in the word, but has yet to produce a software giant. Professor Neil Pollock examines why.
Edinburgh students heave reached the final stages of two global competitions, to develop an ultra-fast transportation system.
Should a startup write a formal business plan or not? Professor Francis Greene weighs in on the debate.
Nine lecturers named School award winners for 2017, in recognition of their commitment to excellent teaching and learning.
With all eyes on Brexit negotiations, Honorary Professor Guy Jubb reflects on another other challenge facing the UK’s boardrooms – reforming corporate governance.