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People who are more emotionally stable spend more during the Christmas season, while those who are high in neuroticism spend less, according to new research by UCL and Northwestern University.
Full or partial bans on GPs prescribing gluten-free (GF) foods to people with coeliac disease save the NHS money in the short-term.
Schools can be hugely influential in students' choices about higher education, irrespective of the grades they achieve, research has found.
Parents consider that spending money on learning resources such as books, educational games and private tuition for their children is more productive if the child attends a higher quality school, according to new research led by UCL.
Associate Professorship in Finance University of Oxford
Assistant Professor in Strategy (Teaching Focused) University of Nottingham
Professor in Hispanic Studies University of Glasgow
Associate Professor in Information Management University of Leeds
Chair in Strategy and International Business - 59722 University of Birmingham
Chair in Procurement and SCM or Operations Management - 59721 University of Birmingham
Chair in Marketing- Professor of Marketing - 59720 University of Birmingham
Chair in Entrepreneurship & Innovation - 59719 University of Birmingham
Chair in Business Economics or Organisational Economics - 59718 University of Birmingham
Associate Professor in Economics University of Leeds
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- Psychology - 20.9
Professor of Psychology
- Business/Economics - 19.9
Associate Professorship in Finance
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- Life Sciences - 18.9
Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology
- Law/Forensics - 18.9
Associate Professorship in Criminology
- Politics - 18.9
Edward Orsborn Professor of US Politics and Political History, and Director of the Rothermere American Institute
- Politics - 17.9
Assistant Professor (Teaching) In Political Theory (SGIA19-54)
- Mathematics - 17.9
Assistant Professor (Research): Willmore Fellow In Probability