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What tiki-taka football can teach us about common innovation

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Opinion piece about common innovation policy by Professor Peter Swann, Emeritus Professor of Industrial Economics at Nottingham University Business School.
Date:
11 August 2015

Nottingham campuses among the UK's greenest

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University of Nottingham campuses win Green Flag Award
Date:
30 July 2015

Executive MBA teaches people to teach themselves

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Just what kind of course is it where you come out after several years of hard slog with more questions than answers? Possibly an Executive MBA course, and Dr John Colley, who directs the programme at Nottingham University Business School (NUBS), makes no apology.
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30 July 2015

Why the 'revolving door' of hospital discharge is likely to keep on spinning

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Professor Justin Waring of Nottingham University Business School researches into how patients are being discharged from hospitals into the community with no real support or care and then finding themselves back in hospital.
Date:
24 July 2015

AMBA awards five year re-accreditation for the Nottingham MBA

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The Association of MBAs (AMBA) confirms re-accreditation for Nottingham University Business School for a further five years.
Date:
22 July 2015

Alumnus wins postgraduate teaching award

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Business School MBA alumnus and PhD candidate Nick Barker wins a postgraduate teaching award
Date:
01 July 2015

How women engineers succeed

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Professor Laurie Cohen writes in The Guardian about her research into the challenges for women in engineering careers
Date:
23 June 2015

Success in 2015 FT Master in Finance ranking

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Financial Times Master in Finance (pre-experience) ranking 2015
Date:
22 June 2015

Understanding Chinese investments in Africa

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Professor Ken Kamoche is engaged in a study examining why Chinese opt to invest in Africa (focusing on Kenya), the challenges they face there, the socio-political dimensions of China's strategy for Africa, and what Kenyans make of these investments. The first phase of the project has been published in a journal article in the International Journal of Human Resource Management entitled 'Chinese investments in Africa: Toward a post-colonial perspective'.
Date:
19 June 2015

The impact of the 'impact' agenda on business schools

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Article by Professor Ken Starkey of Nottingham University Business School in EFMD Global Focus magazine about the impact of the impact agenda on business schools
Date:
17 June 2015
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