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Podcast: Political affinity and cross-border acquisitions

25 November 2021

Professor Sebastian Tideman explains his research on political affinity between countries and the effect that this has on cross-border company acquisitions.

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Podcast: Malaria gene drive

25 November 2021

Professor Sarah Hartley and her two colleagues in Uganda, Professor Stella Neema and Chris Opesen discuss gene drive research for malaria control. Funded by the...

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Reflections on COP26 – the role of business schools?

24 November 2021

After two weeks of negotiations, 40,000 participants and representations from 197 nations, what have we learned from COP26? And what can business schools do to help...

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Facebook and the next stage of our digital meta-morphosis

15 November 2021

I have never liked being Alan Brown. It feels like such a boring name. Too easily forgotten or confused with so many others with the...

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13 October 2021

I remember the first time that I began to really understand the broad impact of the internet across all of our lives. Several years ago,...

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How taxes could be less taxing

6 October 2021

If the only certainties in life are death and taxes, we owe it to ourselves to live a good life, and we owe it to...

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Insects – A key solution to global food system pressure?

14 September 2021

Professor Stefano Pascucci looks at the pressures on the global food system and the role of insects as an alternative source of protein.

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An introduction from Professor David Bruce Allen

23 August 2021

Welcome to Exeter Expertise – a place where we distil our research and insights to help you tackle the world’s biggest challenges.

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A further wake up call in the fight against climate change

17 August 2021

The recent IPCC report is a critical update on the fight against climate change. Steffen Boehm, Professor in Organisation and Sustainability, considers its key findings...

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Why ‘circular’ thinking is needed to tackle disposable PPE waste

18 July 2021

PPE saves lives but also creates vast amounts of waste. Professor Peter Hopkinson explains why a ‘circular’ approach is needed to tackle a new environmental...

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Why traditional efficiency models are becoming outdated

13 July 2021

Dr Allen Alexander, Senior Lecturer in innovation at the University of Exeter Business School, argues that we need to think again about efficiency-at-scale advice to...

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Why ESG investing generates value by having lower returns

13 July 2021

Chendi Zhang, Director of the Exeter Sustainable Finance Centre, discusses the pros and cons of investing in ESG policies.

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The problem of food waste

1 June 2021

Professor Stefano Pascucci and Amanda Goodwin introduce research being embarked upon for reducing food waste in Cornwall.

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Driverless cars – the moral maze

10 May 2021

Dr Edmond Awad discusses the moral and ethical issues of driverless cars and what it means for the development of AI.

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Spring forward: Why now is the time to reassess your digital values

22 April 2021

Just a few days ago I had my first Covid vaccination jab. After more than a year of various levels of lockdown, this seems like...

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The DIGIT Lab – Delivering digital innovation for growth, impact and transformation

23 March 2021

The recently launched DIGIT Lab is a Next Stage Digital Economy Research Centre led by Exeter INDEX. Together with academic partners, the University of East...

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The future of work

18 March 2021

In our upcoming podcast, our panel of leading experts will be discussing the future of work. We will explore how work has changed in the...

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Greater diversity in boards – but more work to do

8 March 2021

As we recognise International Women’s Day progress is being made. However, Professor Ruth Sealy reminds us there is still a huge amount of work to...

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Diversity dos and don’ts: Gender equality by design

8 March 2021

Dr Jamie Gloor explores if real progress towards gender equality in organisations can be made by design.

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Demographic differences and the need for a more tailored approach to pandemic management

8 February 2021

Professor Julian Jamison examines the social demographic factors and the need for a more tailored approach to managing the COVID pandemic.

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