The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.

21 February 2017

Students get ready to make their social mark

The Business School is for the first time hosting a two-day event, aimed at developing business solutions to some of today’s most pressing social issues and challenges.

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📅09 February 2017

Professor Wendy Loretto appointed Dean of the Business School

Wendy Loretto has been appointed Dean of University of Edinburgh Business School. Loretto has been at the helm of the School since August 2016 in an interim role; having previously held the Deputy Dean role in 2015/16 and Director of Research from 2013-15.

📅07 February 2017

Students raise more than £2,500 for charity with colouring book launch

A team of Business School students have already raised more than £2,500, with the launch of a charity colouring book of iconic Edinburgh locations.

📅02 February 2017

Video | Startup Festival returns to Edinburgh

The business school has announced a packed programme of events for entrepreneurs and students, to celebrate Edinburgh as a great place to start a business.

📅24 January 2017

Asset managers: are you ready for the new MiFID regulations?

European directives will impact research procurement throughout the UK, but what does this mean in practice?

📅11 January 2017

Low carbon research project wins Construction Climate Challenge funding

A Business School research partnership with Costain Group has been granted more than £250,000, to identify and reduce carbon in the construction supply chain.

📅04 January 2017

Audio | Banking isn’t a job, it’s a cult

Insiders shine a light on the opaque, highly complex and morally ambiguous world of the banking industry. Listen again now.

📅20 December 2016

Audio | John McFarlane: Banks are really technology companies

Barclays Chairman, John McFarlane shares his thoughts on the challenges and opportunities facing banks today. Listen again now.

📅02 December 2016

Video | Why we should embrace ambiguity to make better decisions

With ambiguity one of the few constants in today’s complex world, Professor Paolo Quattone asks why our management decision making still focus on certainty.

📅17 November 2016

Edinburgh PhD Scoops Clinton Foundation Award

Edinburgh PhD student, James Turing has been awarded close to $5,000 by the Clinton Foundation to support his work to bring computing to off-grid Kenyan communities.

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