Entrepreneurs and Innovators: from the Middle Ages to the modern day
Posted by Andrew Dunn in Social Sciences and Humanities Librarians’ Blog on November 16, 2022
A teaching resource from Box of Broadcasts aimed at increasing the employability of students from a number of degrees, including management and History. Topics covered include spotting opportunity, marketing, corporate social responsibility, product diversification and customer loyalty. Three sectors are examined: fashion and beauty, food and drink and IT.
Posted in Education, History, Management, Marketing, Work and Employment | Tagged Careers, Corporate social responsibility, Entrepreneurship, History, Marketing | Leave a response
Career trajectories in UK departments of Politics and International Relations
Posted by Andrew Dunn in Social Sciences and Humanities Librarians’ Blog on June 21, 2021
A report for the British International Studies Association and the Political Studies Association covering UK academic careers in Higher education. The report covers 2012-2019 and reveals that men and white members of staff are over-represented at senior levels compared to their proportion in the academic workforce more generally. 29% of senior academics (senior lecturers, readers, professors) […]
Posted in Education, Politics, Work and Employment | Tagged Academics, Careers, Gender, Inequality, International Relations, Politics, Race, United Kingdom, Women | Leave a response