COSCR Seminar Series: Challenges of Sustainable Operations in Emerging Economy: Special Focus on India

Challenges of Sustainable Operations in Emerging Economy: Special Focus on India

Innovation: The Key to Business Success - Free Online Course

Understand commercial innovation, how ideas emerge and become reality, with this free online course developed with Marks & Spencer.This short free online course, which benefits from CPD accreditation, is designed for anyone interested in...

On Your Marks Networking Series

Innovation: whose job is it, why does it matter and how can we encourage it?

Dr Clacher on assessing pension liabilities
13 May 2015

On  2 May Associate Professor in Accounting and Finance, Iain Clacher, featured in an Engaged Investor article entitled ‘When a loss could really be a surplus’.In the article Dr Clacher comments on the debate over the imperfect business of...

Leeds City Region's new India Business Club open for business
Dr Surender Munjal
12 May 2015

On 12 May Director of the James E. Lynch India and South Asia Business Centre (ISABC) at Leeds University Business School, Dr Surender Munjal, wrote an article published in the Yorkshire Post discussing the new India Business Club which was launched...

Marketing placed 1st in the Complete University Guide
12 May 2015

The latest Complete University Guide league tables bring great news for Leeds University Business School. We are placed 1st for Marketing against tough competition from leading UK universities, in recognition of our undergraduate courses, BSc...

HRM students take on the Challenge from Honeywell
Winners of the Honeywell Challenge: William Colgate, Dana Fletcher, Yao Chen, Chenhua Xue, Qigi Long, Zhu Ting
07 May 2015

Postgraduate students on the MA Human Resource Management have taken part in an exciting business challenge. The Honeywell Challenge was set and judged by a team of senior HR Business Partners from the global Fortune 100 Company.

Main political parties fail to take poverty seriously
06 May 2015

In separate letters, published in the Guardian on 5 May, authors and advisory board members of Academics Stand Against Poverty argued that the main parties lack commitment in addressing the real causes of poverty.Included as a signatory was Emeritus...