Published by the School of Business and Economics twice a year, Inspire is the School's bi-annual magazine featuring the latest news and developments at this leading centre of research and teaching in business, management, finance, information management and economics. It is designed to showcase the best of the research that's conducted by our academics, as well as the diversity of our enterprise activities and teaching, with student, staff and graduate profiles.
Now out is issue 14 of Inspire with a special focus on Brexit. Articles included are:
- 'The thin red line' by Professor David T. Llewellyn
- 'An exploration of emotions in Brexit negotiations' by Dr Elena Georgiadou and Dr Suzanne Elayan
- 'Ending the EU-UK trade impasse requires a 'sacrificial lamb'' by Professor Alistair Milne
- 'Transit: Helping move Brexit forward' by Dr Huw Edwards
- 'The age of reconstruction: Innovation a post-Brexit UK' an interview with Professor Mathew Hughes
- 'An easy UK/US trade deal? Not so fast!' by Visiting Professor Randall Wigle
- 'Emerging markets: could they hold the key?' an interview with Professor M.N. Ravishankar
- 'Moving forward by doing what we do best' by Professor Steve Rothberg (Pro Vice-Chancellor, Research)
- 'Brexit silver linings' by Richard Taylor (Chief Operating Officer)
In addition, we are delighted to have as a special contributor in each issue economics graduate and award-winning journalist Jeff Prestridge, who in this issue writes about how the leave from the European Union is triggering a period of great political and economic uncertainty.
Every magazine is available to read online via ISSUU or ordered as a print copy (SBE graduates living in the UK should receive a print copy automatically within a few weeks of each issue being printed), and the latest issue can also be downloaded as a PDF: Inspire magazine Issue 14
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