Will Brexit Lead to Carmageddon?
Read Professor Jim Saker's take on how Brexit will shape the automotive industry.
10 February 2020
Now the UK has left the EU, what is the key for UK exporters over the coming years? In a blog article written for the Department for International Trade East Midlands Monthly News Bulletin, expert in export marketing Professor Anne Souchon shares her thoughts on the key to exporting success in today’s business environment.
20 March 2020
Dr Jon Seaton is an economist and is an expert in business and consumer behaviour. Here he explains why panic buying is bad... but infrequent shopping is essential for minimising the risk of catching coronavirus.
24 March 2020
Wetherspoons’ decision not to pay its 43,000 staff during the coronavirus crisis reveals a major gap in the government’s pandemic response, according to an expert in financial economics.
26 March 2020
For the last three weeks, Dr Jon Seaton, of Loughborough's School of Business and Economics, has been illustrating, via a Doomsday-style clock, where the world is in relation to eradicating the coronavirus pandemic. He writes...
27 April 2020
People have shared their experiences of supermarket shopping following the recent phase of panic-buying and subsequent restrictions, with many reporting problems buying basic goods.
27 May 2020
Businesses around the world have had to collaborate with competitors in order to survive the coronavirus pandemic - in some cases they have grown – but sharing excessive amounts of information with rivals comes with risks.
8 June 2020
Dr Michelle Richey, Professor M. N. Ravishankar and colleagues from Aston University and the University of Sheffield were successfully awarded The Society for the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS) and British Academy of Management (BAM) Collaborative Research and Capacity Building Grant to research refugee entrepreneurship in Kenya.
15 June 2020
Workers who return to work having recovered from COVID-19 may need to be supported by their employers for months afterwards. This is because the experience of COVID-19 may be traumatic and trigger a reassessment of priorities and what work means for their self-identity. It may also result in impaired physical capabilities or a debilitating post-illness fatigue that lasts for months after the virus has left them.
13 July 2020
Researchers, including Loughborough's Dr. Cheryl Travers have used Facebook to gather information about people’s experiences of working from home to learn more about the work-life balance of lockdown.
19 August 2020
“The uncertainty of the coronavirus can give us a small glimpse into what it’s like to be a refugee – we’re experiencing restrictions on travel, non-secure housing, job uncertainty and so on”, says Dr Michelle Richey, of Loughborough University’s School of Business and Economics.
3 August 2020
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