Roel Grol, Polly Glegg, Coen Oosterbroek, and Limara Pascall consider what a model of business reasoning might look like and [...]
Professor Peter Davies at Birmingham University is doing some research into whether studying business or economics has any impact on [...]
The EBEA’s Submission on Behalf of Members to Ofqual’s Consultation on Awarding Grades in Summer 2021
Following consultation with members in January 2021, here is the final draft of the submission made to Ofqual setting out [...]
The Art of Statistics, David Spiegelhalter, and Invisible Women, Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men, Caroline Criado Perez.
Lies, damned lies and… We all know the end of the quotation is ‘statistics’, but as both Spiegelhalter and Criado [...]
Innovation + Equality: How to Create a Future That Is More Star Trek Than Terminator, Joshua Gans and Andrew Leigh, The MIT Press, 2019, Hardback, £20, 174 pages, ISBN: 978-0262043229
Innovation + Equality sets out to discover whether innovation requires inequality, or whether it causes inequality. As with most of [...]