A delegation of senior officials from the Chinese Ministry and Provincial Departments of Finance visited the Business School and attended a seminar on co-financing low-carbon projects with UK.
The ‘QS Global 200 Business Schools Report 2014’ has just been released and the University of Edinburgh MBA has been ranked 8th in the UK and 30th in Europe.
On 19 November the University of Edinburgh Business School hosted a joint event with CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) UK, which was attended by almost 100 practitioners, academics and students, to debate high frequency trading and its impact on financial markets.
This national conference will seek to promote the importance of the mid-market to Scotland’s future economic competitiveness.
Do corporations really care or is CSR just another marketing gimmick designed to ease the conscience of the consumer? Student Projects Manager, Diane Gill, discusses key arguments raised at our recent panel event on this topic.
It’s great to be in Edinburgh in August amidst the Festival. As interns, we’ve put in long hours but pulling together a show for an audience to enjoy is somehow worth it.
As we reached the end of our classes we took a tour of the myriad of festival venues popping up around Edinburgh – which took us to some surprising locations!
How do you model the credit risk of a small business? The Credit Risk Centre held a 1-day conference to discuss the most pertinent issues of SMEs’ finance and credit risk.
The Discursive Families Network was established to look at the visual and textual representation of the ‘family’ in two popular magazines over a sixty year period from 1950-2010.
The Business School recently celebrated International Women’s Day with a panel event showcasing successful women in entrepreneurship; and a lecture in collaboration with the Sustainable Business Initiative about Gender Diversity, Corporate Social Responsibility and Organisational Practices.