For a smooth-running economy, rule of law matters

Countries in which courts more easily enforce contracts see less economic volatility overall than nations that don't adhere as well to the rule of law. That's the finding from a study by a finance researcher at The University ...

Exploring how deficits can be avoided at major sporting events

The World Cycling Championships in Bergen in 2017 had budgeted slightly more than €16.5 million in both revenues and costs. They missed the mark on both counts, and the event incurred a € 5.8 million deficit.

Remote working: The future of work or just shirking from home?

Working from home during the pandemic has significantly impacted the economy in both the UK and internationally, but it certainly didn't dent one sub-sector: the Opinion Factories. These have been working overtime, either ...

Mumpreneur success still requires conventional masculine behaviour

A new study led by Kent Business School, University of Kent, finds that while the mumpreneur identity may enable women to participate in the business world and be recognized as "proper" entrepreneurs, this success is dependent ...

Does going green pay off?

Does going green pay off? Research published in the World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development hopes to answer that question from a sustainability performance perspective.

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