Research from the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management paints a bleak picture regarding the effects of robotics on wealth accumulation
World War 2 inflicted significant damage on German cities, impacting properties, businesses, and infrastructure. To understand the profound effects on citizens and their negative attitudes towards homeownership, researchers at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management conducted a study.
Business Schools have a responsibility to shape the mindsets of future leaders to be better than those who came before them. Leading this charge is Elias Luef, co-head at EcoPol - a student-led organisation encouraging its members to broaden their perspectives and use their voices to create change.
Protecting natural habitats, reducing greenhouse gasses promoting sustainable agriculture and encouraging conservation efforts are essential steps for ensuring a healthy and sustainable future for our planet, and for generations to come.
Money doesn't solve everything. Research shows staff are more motivated by the prospect of more leisure time than more money
We shine a spotlight on five successful women, thriving in what have been typically male-dominated industries, and sharing the stories of how they found success despite facing greater barriers, challenges and even potentially discrimination.
Extreme weather, such as hurricanes, heatwaves and drought no doubt cause significant damage to people and to planet, but there is a growing body of evidence that confirms that climate change is damaging global business too
Want your business to make more than a profit? We’ve summarised our top 10 lessons from academia this year to help your business do better...