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York Business Conference

Posted on Wednesday 22 October 2014

With Lord Stuart Rose as the main speaker, the focus this year will be on York’s economic resilience and rebuilding the Northern economy, bringing together delegates from across York and beyond to celebrate business in York. The conference will be a key event within Global Entrepreneurship Week in York.


The Sleep of Reason by Goya
Beware the seduction of simple ‘truths’ – the ‘free market’ offers no panacea. Report and pictures from Professor Per Hansen's CEGBI Guest Lecture

Posted on Monday 20 October 2014

A full report and pictures of Professor Per Hansen's CEGBI Guest Lecture, “From Finance Capitalism to Financialization: A Cultural and Narrative Perspective on 150 years of Financial History”, are now available.


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York Management School at the 74th Academy of Management

Posted on Friday 17 October 2014

Three York Management School academics, Professor Bob Doherty, Dr Linda Perriton and Dr Beatrice D’Ippolito, presented papers at the 74th Academy of Management in Philadelphia


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Tier 4 visa students

University of York policy for students holding a Tier 4 visa

Events

Thu
6
Nov

CEGBI Guest Lecture (in the Masterclass Series)- Uses of History in the Entrepreneurial Process

Dan Wadhwani is Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at University of the Pacific (California) and a Visiting Professor at Copenhagen Business School. His research uses historical approaches to examine entrepreneurship, organizations, and industries.

Tue
25
Nov

CEGBI Guest Lecture - Property, control and room for manoeuvre: Royal Dutch Shell and Nazi Germany, 1933-1945

Marten Boon is a lecturer at the Erasmus School for History, Culture and Communication at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, teaching international relations and global history at undergraduate and graduate level.

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