Football tournaments penalise GCSE students. Can't we avoid this fixture clash? 11 February 2019 Research by Simon Burgess and Steven Proud has been the basis for an article published in The Guardian that highlights how pupils massively underperform in years when there’s a World Cup or European Championship.
- Football tournaments penalise GCSE students. Can't we avoid this fixture clash? 11 February 2019 Research by Simon Burgess and Steven Proud has been the basis for an article published in The Guardian that highlights how pupils massively underperform in years when there’s a World Cup or European Championship.
- Filling the gap: How information can help jobseekers 6 February 2019 Interventions that fill gaps in labour market information can help people in developing countries find well-paid jobs. These interventions are much cheaper than common alternative policy options, and initial evidence suggests that firms can also benefit.
- NHS managers, part of the solution, not the problem 5 February 2019 New research suggests that NHS managers are far from being a bureaucratic burden and a waste of public money; rather, they add value to the healthcare system.
- ‘No-deal’ Brexit could see value of UK companies decrease even further 30 January 2019 The impact of the Brexit vote reduced the value of UK companies by 16 per cent, with those domestically-focused being the hardest hit.
- EFM Global Food Festival 10 January 2019 The inaugural Global Food Festival took place on Thursday 29th November 2018, for all EFM students.
- The Department of Management welcomes new staff 11 December 2018 A warm welcome to our new academic staff this year
- Grandfather’s high access to food increases grandson’s mortality risk 11 December 2018 If the paternal grandfather had access to abundant food around ages nine to 12 then their grandsons have a higher risk of dying, new research has shown.
- Beyond Lectures and Seminars 29 November 2018 Alvin Birdi (Professor of Economics Education) and Christian Spielmann (Reader in Economics Education) have been interviewed on innovative teaching methods using webinars, podcasts and interactive computer labs.
- Bristol economics graduates enjoy the highest financial return of any degree 28 November 2018 New research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies, published by the Department for Education, provides detailed analysis of the returns to studying for a degree, by subject and institution.
- Yanos Zylberberg to be Co-Investigator for NERC/ESRC joint research programme 28 November 2018 Congratulations to Yanos who will be the Co-Investigator in this joint project with the Department of Geographical Sciences.