Professor Sabine Spangenberg, Head of Richmond Business School, has been appointed to the SBS Advisory Group for Economics for the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), an independent charity working to benefit students and higher…
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With UK Higher Education taking stock of where it is and where it wants and needs to be after more than 18 months of turmoil due to the pandemic, what does this mean for one of its most coveted programmes, the MBA, in 2021?
Earlier this month,…
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Join our lecture this Friday on social values
Come and explore social values and welfare this Friday with the next event being held by Richmond Business School and the Wellbeing Research Centre as part of their Lecture Series.
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Are you free this Friday at 2pm (GMT)? Then join Dr Paul Fisher, Visiting Professor of Economics & Finance for a discussion on how central banks can make a difference on climate change.
Dr Fisher’s talk which is entitled, ‘Greening…
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