Head of School, School of Management.
Head of School, Professor Simon Lilley and Director of Research, Professor Martin Parker, discuss the problems of comparing apples, pears and potatoes, in the ranking of business and management research. We live in a world of rankings nowadays. There are league tables for schools, washing machines and doctor’s surgeries. In a complicated world, it’s not […]
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Higher Education providers have experienced much less turbulent times than these. The stormy climate within contemporary United Kingdom Higher Education, for its part, is presided over by a coalition government which, for many, has over-hastily introduced poorly-considered policies that have largely served to foster, rather than reverse, or even hasten, the much longer drawn out […]
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