Posts Tagged ‘economics’
“Measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so”
Questioning the choice of what we measure or how we measure it is at the centre of many discussions and debates both in society and within organisations.Read More
This is what we mean by a double whammy!
The impact of Brexit and the pandemic on UK business schools and economists, by James Walker, Chris Brewster, Rita Fontinha, Washika Haak-Shaheem, and Fabio Lamperti.Read More
Bridging divides: Turf, Truth & Trust
Jan-Christian Sorensen introduces the Victoria Forum, a global platform for building consensus toward common goals.Read More
Accepting refugees raises income per capita and wages in the long term, finds new research
A study by economists Antonio Ciccone and Jan Nimczik examines the long-term economic consequences of the inflow of refugees in Germany after World War II.Read More
A sustainable model for business schools?
Kai Peters and Howard Thomas argue that the current business model of business schools is financially unstable and probably unsustainable.Read More
Learning from experience – UK government and Lancaster University Management School
With local growth a key priority for the UK, a partnership led by Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) and the UK government resulted in the development of the Wave 2 Growth Hub Programme.Read More
Those green shoots may not really be spring
As growth returns after a long financial winter, economic hope, as well as spring, is in the air. But, says Simon Caulkin, it is impossible not to notice the contrast between the warming economic climate and the clouds lowering on the social and emotional front.Read More
‘Inclusive growth and prosperity’ – for whom?
Instead of prosperity, the last decade has delivered inequality, insecurity, and the rise of nationalism and populism. Simon Caulkin argues that this is a secular challenge that business, and especially managers, must face head-on.Read More
Casting light in the shadows
Do not be lulled by today’s strong management education market, says Johan Roos. Business schools still need to find a grander vision of hope, change and community to counter emerging shadows.Read More
Should capitalism be tossed aside completely in favour of some other economic model or is there a way to improve the system and make capitalism work better in a new global context?Read More
It’s the technology, stupid!
Business studies could help solve global challenges by tackling specific problems at the technology interface, says Gunther Friedl.Read More
Economics’ seven deadly sins
Are we teaching students the things they need to know? Not according to Eve Poole. Here are the Seven Deadly Sins that are still taught in Econ 101.Read More
Re-organising the political economy
Capitalism has not failed, nor is it in retreat. It is just an idea. But, argues Malcolm McIntosh, it is an idea, which in its current form, is in real need of being rethought.Read More
The great transformation
Richard Straub on why, with gigantic changes in society, managers will be of pivotal importance for shaping the future.Read More