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This week, Martin Parker considers whether the University of Leicester should commit to being a University of Sanctuary for refugees. A sanctuary is a place which is sacred, or more generally, somewhere that is protected from the outside. A room of one’s own, a walled garden, a refuge, a defence against the hostility of […]
ULSB PhD student Secki Jose explores the paradoxical effects of India’s recent decision to get rid of some of its banknotes to combat corruption. Secki can be emailed on firstname.lastname@example.org. At the stroke of midnight on November 8, 2016, India launched what seemed like an extraordinary experiment in monetary economics. Identifying India’s historical […]
Emeritus Professor Peter Armstrong (email@example.com) discusses an episode in the journal reviewing process that led him to believe that power and politics play their part too. Around 1990 I still believed that peer review worked as it is supposed to do. I had begun my career as a reviewer at the journal Work […]
Professor Rolland Munro discusses the difference between decision making, and doing deals. Can a entrepreneurial business leader run an economy in the way that they run their business? Much attention is focused on the “decisions” being made by Donald Trump in these first weeks of his Presidency. Decisions once upon a time relied […]
Dr Fabian Frenzel of the Management and Organization Division of the School discusses the Anti-Trump protests across the UK and what they mean for Brexit Britain. How are the two connected? UK wide protests against the Trump administration have hit the streets since the new president issued a controversial travel ban for seven […]