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September 2016

'Intensive motherhood' can lead to lower levels of happiness
27 September 2016

A recent study by Professor Almudena Sevilla from the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London, and Jose Ignacio Gimenez from the University of Zaragoza, has found that better educated US mothers who engage in interactive child-rearing report a lower level of happiness than less well educated mothers when they are engaged in parenting activities.

Making HMRC fit for the twenty-first century
19 September 2016

A recent report 'Reforming HMRC: Making it fit for the twenty-first century' commissioned by Shadow Chancellor John McDonnel outlines proposals to reform Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Confronting France’s Jihadis
19 September 2016

In an article written for Project Syndicate, Brigitte Granville, Professor of International Economics and Economic Policy and Director of the Centre for Globalisation Research at QMUL, examines what prominent thinkers and commentators think is driving repeated terrorist attacks in France.

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October 2016

Specialist CEOs and IPO Survival Specialist CEOs and IPO Survival
05 October 2016

Professor Dimitrios Gounopoulos (Newcastle University) discusses research on the influence of a CEO’s specialist managerial experience on the probability of failure and survivability of IPO firms. This event is part of our Weekly Research Seminar Series.

School of Business and Management Postgraduate Alumni Reception School of Business and Management Postgraduate Alumni Reception
05 October 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.

Corporate Culture and Enforcement Actions in Banking Corporate Culture and Enforcement Actions in Banking
12 October 2016

Franco Fiordelisi (University of Rome III) discusses enforcement actions as a key tool for supervisors to reduce moral hazard behaviour at all banks, and not just at the banks which have been sanctioned. This event is part of our Weekly Research Seminar Series.

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