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New fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

15 November 2021

Professor Emmanuel Ogbonna awarded Fellowship

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iLEGO 2021

3 November 2021

Fifth annual iLEGO workshop

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Cardiff Business School receives AMBA accreditation

22 October 2021

Cardiff Business School confirms itself in the top 2% of Business Schools globally with AMBA-accreditation

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The Future of Devolution and Work Commission

20 October 2021

Professor Jean Jenkins to lead Wales TUC’s Future of Devolution and Work Commission

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Logistics Research Network 2021

18 October 2021

Logistics conference hosted by Cardiff Business School for the second year

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Employee ownership

15 October 2021

Breakfast Briefing explores the benefits of employee ownership

9/11 prepared firms for economic effects of COVID-19, research finds

9 September 2021

New York firms that ‘survived’ 9/11 saved billions of dollars of market value during Covid

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New support to launch The Hodge Foundation Public Value Programme

17 August 2021

Longstanding relationship extended with focus on economic and social benefits

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Regional data vital for economic and social pandemic recovery

28 July 2021

New in-depth reports will reveal unique challenges facing Wales

Cardiff retains Small Business Charter

7 July 2021

University supports entrepreneurs and start-ups

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Business Schools and the Public Good report published

5 July 2021

A drive towards purpose-driven governance and delivery of public good in UK business schools

Forecasting demand, improving inventories

2 July 2021

New book helps predict intermittent demand

Destitution in a post-pandemic Wales

1 July 2021

Destitution is projected to be three times higher in Wales following the COVID-19 pandemic, but a leading Welsh think tank suggest that introduction of a Welsh benefits system would help combat the issue going forward.

Business leaders and academics come together to address Wales’ most pressing economic challenges

11 June 2021

Project is part of UK-wide initiative which aims to solve the productivity puzzle

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Fellowships recognise significant contributions in pandemic year

17 May 2021

Professors bolster breadth of expertise with welcome to Learned Society of Wales

Circular economy estates

12 May 2021

Social value and carbon emission benefits of workspace fit-outs

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Leaders in research, innovation and engagement

30 April 2021

Researchers recognised at Logistics and operations Management Section conference

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GIRO-ZERO secures government funding

29 April 2021

Transatlantic partnership collaborates on zero emissions strategy

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Government policy on employment tribunals based on wrongly inflated figures, study finds

23 April 2021

Cardiff University student presents PhD research at British Sociological Association conference

Report highlights CS cluster’s resilience

22 April 2021

Welsh Economic Research Unit evaluates economic baseline.