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.
It’s not "what" you know, it’s "who" you know. - a knack for networking can help to open doors for some that remain shut to others, but is this fair? Research shows that while networking is a vital skill for business development, lower-educated individuals do not necessarily benefit as much as higher educated peers.
Much has changed for women in England since the last time an English football team were in the World Cup Final. In honour of the Lionesses, we explore a few of those important milestones...
Business schools have continued to provide a pathway to better management practice throughout 2022. We’ve summarised our top 10 lessons from research and academia this year for you to reflect on
Providing a social safety net enables people to better contribute to their jobs and, according to research, to society for a longer period of time
Not only are bonuses ineffective in encouraging attendance, research shows they can actually increase staff absence levels
Research has revealed many positive attributes attached to wearing glasses, which work particularly well for those in positions of power
Believe it or not, pregnancies are actually contagious in the workplace and between siblings, according to new research by the university of Cologne.
According to research women need nine years of experience to reach the expected wage levels that men anticipate to receive upon graduation.