The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
26 May 2017
A team of Business School students who raised more than £5,000, with an adult colouring book of iconic Edinburgh locations, have been named ‘most innovative’ by charity, Children 1st.Continue reading
James Turing, Edinburgh PhD and great nephew of celebrated mathematician, Alan Turing, reflects on his work to bring computers to communities in sub-saharan Africa.
Renowned Chinese Economist, Professor LI Yining, has been awarded an Honorary Professorship by University of Edinburgh Business School.
The first ‘Scottish Startup Survey’ points to a positive outlook, but finance is still the greatest concern for entrepreneurs.
Professor Francis Greene argues a fundamental rethink of tax is needed to reflect the modern nature of work.
Students have been competing to develop new digital marketing and customer experience ideas, as part of a School tie-up with the electrical and telecommunications retailer.
Dr Ben Marder’s latest research suggests it’s not a brand’s social audience they have to please, it’s their followers’ parents.
In our drive to distill finance into the assumed pure spirit of numbers, Russell Napier argues we’ve overlooked what history can teach investors today.
Professor Tina Harrison argues a joined-up approach is needed to improve young people’s financial capabilities.
In 11 hours and 17 events we brought students and entrepreneurs together to celebrate Edinburgh as a great city to start up. Watch the video now.