Business and Economics

Business - May 16
16 May 2019 As the UK heads towards a cashless society, experts have warned changes to infrastructure - including easy access to free ATMs - are leaving some of the most deprived communities behind. New research from the University of Bristol's Personal Finance Research Centre shows deprived neighbourhoods, often those where people are most likely to rely on cash, are rapidly witnessing the disappearance of their free cashpoints.
Career - Business - Apr 25
Career - Business

Companies with fewer levels of management such as legal, accountancy and investment banking firms could be up to five times more susceptible to corruption than similar sized organisations with a ta

Business - Apr 12

People's feelings about their own financial situation had the greatest influence on them voting to leave the EU, according to new research which challenges the widely-held belief that it was the old and unhappy who swung the Brexit vote.

Business - Law - Apr 12

Police at a crime scene in Leyton, east London after a man in his twenties was stabbed to death in March of this year. Credit: PA. Police at a crime scene in Leyton, east London after a man in his twenties was stabbed to death in March of this year.

Career - Business - Apr 18

Privately educated, white, male graduates are more likely to be recruited to senior roles and be paid higher wages by elite multinational firms, new research shows. Those educated privately are twice as likely to earn higher starting wages than state educated graduates, according to the study involving Durham University.

Business - Environment - Apr 12
Business - Environment

Countries relying on the world's biggest and most established source of renewable electricity have seen their poverty, corruption and debt levels rise and their economy slow at significantly greate

Business - Mar 29

PA. 70/19 Female contestants in the reality show Big Brother are unpopular among viewers in countries across the globe, according to a new study. The findings could have important implications for the existence of gender discrimination in the entertainment industry.

Currently 152 Job in field Business/Economics.
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Business/Economics - 22.05
Professor of Practice (Part-time) University of Nottingham
Business/Economics - 16.05
Professor of Marketing University of Southampton
Business/Economics - 09.05
Assistant Professor in Strategy University of Nottingham
Business/Economics - 08.05
Associate Professor Science Policy and Knowledge Infrastructure University College London
Business/Economics - 01.05
Associate Professor of Marketing University of Leeds
Business/Economics - 30.04
Associate Professor in Microeconomics University of Southampton
Business/Economics - 30.04
Lecturer (Assistant Professor) University of Bath
Business/Economics - 25.04
Lecturer / Associate Professor in Railway Engineering University of Leeds
Business/Economics - 24.04
Associate Professor in Educational Leadership University College London