A new report created by the University of Exeter for Devon County Council has highlighted a number of opportunities for the county as part of the examination of the Low Carbon Transition Plan (LCTP).
Following on from his Washington seminar on credit guarantees at the start of the current financial crisis, Business School Professor of Entrepreneurship, Marc Cowling, has been invited by the World Bank to speak at its regional conference in Mexico.
This year’s Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) ‘Would Like To Meet…’ speed networking event at the University of Exeter Business School took place on 1st November 2010.
We were delighted to welcome Louise Churchill, Student Recruitment Officer, PwC, to the University of Exeter Business School on Tuesday 9th November 2010 to award the PwC prize for best overall performance at undergraduate level two in the School in 2009-2010.
Doctors who graduated from the Royal College of General Practitioners 'Better Leaders, Better Doctors' programme were presented with their Postgraduate Certificates in Leadership this week.
On the day that WWF announced that the Earth's population is using the equivalent of 1.5 planets' worth of natural resources, the Business School Annual Forum was debating the same issue.
Two budding entrepreneurs in their second year at the Business School have started a company that facilitates the buying and selling of textbooks between students, called ‘Sell My Book’.
A new book by Morgen Witzel, a senior fellow at the Business School, recently entered the non-fiction best seller list in India.
A new study from academics at the University of Exeter shows that female directors are not awarded the pay levels of their male counterparts
If you think that your favourite coffee shop is a great gathering place for discussion, you should have been around in the Ottoman Empire starting in the 1550s.
Professor John Bessant and John Goldfinch are working on a joint project funded by AIM Research
A new report published this week seriously challenges the Government’s proposals to remove the requirement for defined contribution personal pension scheme members to annuitise their pension fund by the age of 75.
Board diversity in general and gender diversity in particular on corporate boards is perceived to be both desirable and beneficial to firms.
Experts from the University of Exeter will play a high profile role in creating what is set to be the world’s most comprehensive report on climate change.
Mats Alvesson, a Visiting Professor at the Centre for Leadership Studies (CLS) has won one of Europe’s most prestigious awards, becoming a Wallenberg Scholar.
Warmest congratulations to all our graduands. This is the culmination of years of hard work and study - a time to celebrate with your friends and family.
A team made up exclusively from students on the Exeter MBA course came in a fantastic first place at the 19th Cranfield Business School Regatta, an international sailing event for MBA students and Business School alumni from all over Europe.
Henry Mintzberg joined an international group of managers and faculty at the University of Exeter Business School as part of the ‘Roundtable’ series created by the Centre for Leadership Studies (CLS).
A three year project to instil better carbon literacy skills into both the public and private sector is being rolled out in Cornwall as the first initiative of its kind nationally.
The Business School participates in the New York event as part of its development of the new One Planet MBA and its membership of the UN PRME initiative.
More than 60 Year 12 students from local schools visit the Business School and gain an insight into current trends in economics and business.
A delegation of four Professors and Associate Professors from the Indian Institute of Management- Bangalore (IIM-B) visited the University of Exeter recently.
It has been announced that Dr Malcolm Kirkup has been appointed as the new Director of MBA programmes at the Business School.
In order to better understand the history of discrimination against women, particularly in the workplace, two Exeter academics are investigating the impact of the ‘marriage bar’.
Claire Mansell, a second year Management with Leadership undergraduate, has temporarily swapped her academic studies to join the company appointed to provide the event logistics for this October’s Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
The brilliance of lecturers and support staff at the University of Exeter was recognised at an inaugural Teaching Awards ceremony this month.
New research by the University of Exeter Business School concludes that even unpopular sitting governments have historically been quite successful at holding onto their own marginal seats.
The University of Exeter's ambitious plans for growth sees recruitment for 21 new posts in the Business School
Students have been nominating staff in the inaugural Students’ Guild Teaching Awards, and the Business School winners have been announced.
Thai students from the University of Exeter are celebrating their best result ever at the Samaggi Games.
Two teams from the University of Exeter Business School competed in the final of the IBM Undergraduate Business Challenge
Michael King, an MSc Finance & Investment student at the Business School has been selected by the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) to receive the £5,000 Stephen Cooke Scholarship Premier Award.
To celebrate the international diversity of the Business School, students have been involved in a photography and film competition, representing the different aspects of their origins
Jonathan Schroeder, Professor of Marketing in the University of Exeter Business School, is one of a team that has secured €560,000 from the European Commission to research consumer behaviour across 31 countries in Europe.
Business School Institute for Service Research co-organises the Grand Challenge week in Service with Cambridge
The Grand Challenge Week in Service takes place between the 21 - 26 September 2010.
Dr. Grzegorz Trojanowski from the University of Exeter Business School has won a grant of more than £200,000 from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to examine executive compensation.
New research into responsible investment highlights future challenges for National Employment Savings Trust (NEST)
Paul Cox from the Business School analyses the current efficacy of RI through interviews with 25 fund management firms.
Two very special graduates received their degrees at the University of Exeter on 23 January.
As part of a 24 hour visit to the University Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England, laid the foundation stone of the new Business School extension.
Irene Ng, Professor of Marketing Science at the University of Exeter Business School has been awarded a Placement Fellowship with Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust