In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. Reflecting on the reveal of widespread abuse of tax systems in Europe and the US by companies such as BlackRock in 2018, leading business school experts share their research and insights on how to prevent such events happening again, and how organisations and individuals can act more ethically.
Is London truly losing its business community? And how do bosses genuinely feel about staff working from home? Research conducted by King’s Business School suggests that hybrid working isn’t as unpopular amongst employers in the city as people might expect.
From their research, Dr Chowdhury and Professor Audretsch discovered who these accelerator programmes are most likely to benefit. And it isn’t such a varied group of people.
As long as there are different baseline probabilities for men and women to reach leadership positions, the gender bias is going to be present and will result in more ‘Johns’ getting positions ahead of female applicants.
What does an online database for live music and events listings have in common with a Type 2 Diabetes reversal programme? And what connects these two innovative ventures to a […]
The Oxford Seed Fund (OSF), led by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Saïd Business School, has raised £2.5m from Oxford Science Enterprises (OSE) to support start-ups over the next three years, […]
Research suggests that entrepreneurs can benefit from keeping their staff happy as well as their customers
Whilst anything is possible in Barbie land, in reality, for many women a significant gender bias exists when attempting to get ahead.
Is there an easy fix to removing gender bias from the workplace? Research from ESMT proves there is no such thing as a silver bullet...