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November 2016

PhD Student Bayan Alsedais is awarded by the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
17 November 2016

HRH Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf Al Saud, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the UK, held a celebration in honour of high achieving research students from Saudi Arabia, the beneficiaries of the King Abdullah Scholarship Programme.

Commonwealth International Trade Working Paper publishes research on the global value chain in canned tuna by Dr Campling
17 November 2016

Dr Liam Campling, Senior Lecturer in Political Economy and Director of the Centre on Labour and Global Production at QMUL, has recently published a research paper on the global value chain in canned tuna, with particular focus on the international fisheries trade regime and socio-economic development in low-income Commonwealth countries.

SBM Postgraduate students awarded for outstanding academic achievement
17 November 2016

The School of Business and management would like to congratulate our Postgraduate students (2015-16) who have been awarded for their outstanding academic achievement.

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December 2016

School of Business and Management Postgraduate Alumni Reception School of Business and Management Postgraduate Alumni Reception
06 December 2016

The School of Business and Management (SBM) would like to invite all postgradaute students who have completed their studies in September 2016 to SBM's Postgraduate Alumni Reception.

The effect of female directors on firm performance The effect of female directors on firm performance
07 December 2016

The study, presented by Professor Colin Green, presents evidence in support of female representation on corporate boards, with a focus on firm performance and economic rationale.  

Friedman’s Presidential Address to the American Economic Association (1968) is not about expectations and the Phillips curve Friedman’s Presidential Address to the American Economic Association (1968) is not about expectations and the Phillips curve
14 December 2016

The research by Dr James Forder reconsiders the intentions of Friedman’s (1968) Presidential Address, his goals, and the relevance of the Phillips curve. 

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