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BRLSI Business & Economics - The future of the European Project

 

12 February 2019          The Future of the European Project, Professor Jeremy Clegg, Leeds University Business School

 

The vision of greater European Integration and the establishment of the European Union is one of the most significant economic and political projects of our time. At a time when we increasingly face global issues, what is the future of the European project in the face of political fragmentation.

 

Professor Jeremy Clegg, University of Leeds Business School

 

bath_royal_literary_and_scientific_institution_tuesday_1_12-02-2019_final.pptx

BRLSI Business & Economics - The Spider's web

09 January 2019

The Spider's Web - Film Documentary, introduced by John Christensen, co-Producer

 

The British Empire still persists - in the guise of the City of London.

This documentary looked at the gravitational centre of the Financial World and its influence on Politics, worldwide, and how it affects us all.

Should you wish to to see the Spider's web, please click on the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=np_ylvc8Zj8

BRLSI Business & Economics - The Organisation as an Organism

11 December 2018

Andreas Wasmuht, BRLSI Business & Economics Convenor

Much of modern economic theory and multi-national business practices in a globalised world are based on the mistaken view that organisations are well-oiled machine, the mission of which is to optimise profit. This lecture explores the organisation as an organism within a dynamic environment which reflects actual, rather than theorised behaviour.

If you are interested in downloading a copy of the lecture, please click on the link below.

 

BRLSI B&E December2018 The Organisation as an organism.pdf

BRLSI Business & Economics - Housing, Debt and the Economy: A Tale of Two Countries

13 November 2018

Professor John Muellbauer
University of Oxford

We don’t have to put up with a broken housing market: the experience of other countries such as Germany shows us it is possible to have a healthy one. Fixing the UK housing market requires a holistic approach but promises more affordable homes, more sustainable and equitable growth and lower risks to financial stability.

If you are interested in downloading the presentation, please click on the link below.

13-Nov-18 Bath Talk 2018 Muellbauer.pdf

The Many Faces of Corruption

09 October 2018              Dr Ajit Mishra, University of Bath

Corruption, commonly defined as abuse of public office for private gain, takes many forms and occurs in many different spheres of economic and social life. While it is common to focus on big scams and corruption surrounding mega deals, what drives corruption and sustains it in many countries is ‘petty corruption’ facing ordinary citizens. While it is well known that ‘power corrupts’, we show using results from behavioural experiments that corruption also corrupts!

Many Faces BRLSI.pptx