Senior Lecturer awarded with Best Paper Award 6 August 2018 Congratulations to Humphrey Bourne, Senior Lecturer in Management who has just been awarded the 2017 Best Paper Award from Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly – the journal that features nonprofits, philanthropy, and voluntarism and their impact on society.
- Senior Lecturer awarded with Best Paper Award 6 August 2018 Congratulations to Humphrey Bourne, Senior Lecturer in Management who has just been awarded the 2017 Best Paper Award from Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly – the journal that features nonprofits, philanthropy, and voluntarism and their impact on society.
- Summer School study boost – one student’s experience 26 July 2018 Carlos Vincent Chua, an Economics student, spent a week during the Oxford Summer School working on Economic Networks. Find out how he found this experience a great boost to his studies.
- Pupils from immigrant backgrounds think more positively about education and its benefits 23 July 2018 Students from an immigrant background have more positive attitudes about education and its benefits than their native peers, according to a new study led jointly by Professor Simon Burgess, with our Department of Economics, and the London School of Economics and Political Science.
- Is 007 really a model employee? 12 July 2018 Martin Parker, Professor of Organisational Studies at the Department of Management, makes the case.
- Always wondered what it’s like to be an economist? 5 July 2018 We opened our doors to Year 10 students, so they could find out.
- How the banking system should continue to develop – and what we’re doing to further the discussion 2 July 2018 How is banking market discipline influenced by risk, and how systemic is it? What role should government play? How does competition affect a firm’s ethics? These were some of the topics discussed at the last Bristol Workshop on Banking and Financial Intermediation, held for the second time, last month.
- New study hopes to help understand the unintended effects of interest rate risk regulation, post financial crash 26 June 2018 The Department of Accounting and Finance will be leading a new research project in cooperation with the Deutsche Bundesbank to help clarify how interest rate risk regulation affects bank lending behaviour – which remains a big issue since the 2008 global financial crash.
- New MSc Banking, Regulation and Financial Stability 20 June 2018 New MSc Banking, Regulation and Financial Stability – giving you the tools to traverse banking regulation, compliance and risk management
- New BSc Marketing for 2019 18 June 2018 Aspiring marketers can now take their first steps towards a career in marketing thanks to our exciting and dynamic new BSc Marketing, accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)
- We need your views – survey on menopause in the workplace – help us lift the taboo, and find solutions 14 June 2018 Menopause, and its effects on people and their productivity in the workplace are still poorly understood, despite the fact that women make up 47% of the UK workforce. Women over 50 also make up the fastest growing group of workers in the UK. This group is crucial to the labour market, as a shortfall of more than 7 million workers is forecast.