Rewarding public officials for successful enforcement could cut low-level corruption
Petty corruption such as bribing local police could be reduced by incentivising public officials to enforce the law, according to a new paper.
19 January 2022
The British Psychological Society (BPS) has awarded alumna Maggi Evans the 2021 Best Book Award in the practitioner category for her book: From Talent Management to Talent Liberation: A Practical Guide for Professionals, Managers and Leaders.
22 December 2021
Dr Huw Edwards, of Loughborough University’s School of Business and Economics, and Dr Mustapha Douch, of the Edinburgh University Business School, have submitted written evidence to the Lords’ committee following the launch of an inquiry into trade in goods between Great Britain and the EU.
15 November 2021
Loughborough’s Professor Jan Godsell will co-director a new network that will encourage academics to research the social and economic factors that will help UK manufacturing achieve ‘net zero’ by 2050.
8 November 2021
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