News archive 2016
Business School news stories from 2016.
New regulations requiring companies to report pay gaps between men and women are potentially “superficial” and will not necessarily tackle the complex reasons why females still have lower salaries.
The University of Exeter Business School has retained its status as one of the world’s elite institutions.
Experts and leaders of industry are celebrating the fifth birthday of a pioneering University of Exeter course which helps talented business professionals address the global challenges of our time.
A University of Exeter academic is helping to rehabilitate prisoners in high security Kenyan jails by teaching them to practice mindfulness.
Generosity increases dramatically if people are asked to donate tomorrow’s bonus or inheritance cheque
People will donate between a half and a third more to charity if they are expecting a bonus or windfall but don’t yet have the cash in their hand, according to research by the University of Exeter’s Business school.
A two-year research project to understand the impact of libraries on local communities in Devon has been awarded a £200,000 grant from Arts Council England (ACE).
Experts are hoping to stop the UK’s favourite fruit, the banana, from disappearing from our shops.
University of Exeter business students have been successful entrants in an academic competition referred to as the “junior Nobel Prize”.
Retired holidaymakers are needed to take part in new research which aims to discover how giving up work has affected their tourism choices.
Senior academics from across China visited the University of Exeter Business School to discuss the skills needed by graduates returning to Asia after studying abroad.
As you will undoubtedly be aware, the UK has voted to leave the European Union.
Professor David Bruce Allen has been appointed as the new Pro-Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean at the University of Exeter Business School.
A new double degree programme offered by the University of Exeter and Fudan University will give students access to business and economics expertise from the East and the West.
The Taiwanese government should provide subsidies for the solar panel industry to help it survive in that country, University of Exeter researchers have recommended.
A final year Business School student has been selected to represent the UK at the World Finals of the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) in Bangkok in May.
Two University of Exeter students have been selected as Future Business Leader of the Year finalists at the Undergraduate of the Year Awards.
The University of Exeter Business School’s award-winning One Planet MBA course has been ranked once again as among the best in the world.
The University of Exeter Business School’s BSc Business course launched in September 2015 at our Penryn Campus, Cornwall, attracting fantastic students from all over the world.
University of Exeter student named ‘Best Placement Student’ at National Undergraduate Employability Awards
Final year student, Ben Kosky, has been named ‘Best Placement Student’ at the National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) Awards 2016.
The local business community can meet University of Exeter experts and hear about new ways of introducing sustainable working practices at an event next month.
Professionals can understand trends and issues affecting businesses in the South West and globally through masterclasses run at the University of Exeter.