Business and Economics

Economics - Health - Dec 2
Economics - Health
Study uses forty years of quarterly data to forecast a lengthy global recession resulting from coronavirus, with the manufacturing bases of China and East Asia predicted to fare better than most Western economies.
Health - Economics - Dec 1

In several places in the UK, GP practices are now being run by NHS hospitals, enabling some GP practices to continue that would otherwise have closed, says a new study by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) undertaken by researchers at the University of Birmingham and RAND Europe.

Health - Economics - Nov 23
Health - Economics

The research team simulated various lock-down scenarios intended to protect public health and the economy Simulations Strengthen Greater Protection for High-Risk Groups - ly population facilitates a large reduction in mortality and, at the same time, slight economic consequences," says Martin Spindler, co-author of the study and professor of statistics at the University's Faculty of Business.

Environment - Economics - Nov 19
Environment - Economics

At Eawag, the aquatic research institute, numerous scientists are conducting research into toilets. In short videos, seven of them explain what fascinates them about the topic and what exactly their research is all about.

Health - Economics - Nov 11

According to the strategy, each group of who intend to shop at a supermarket, for example, would be divided into two subgroups and allowed to shop either in the morning or afternoon. Anna Shvets/Pexels According to the strategy, each group of who intend to shop at a supermarket, for example, would be divided into two subgroups and allowed to shop either in the morning or afternoon.

Economics - Nov 26
Economics

A report published today has mapped for the first time how far people have to travel to access cash across the UK.

Economics - Nov 20

While creative business communities are typically thought to only exist in the UK's bustling urban centres, such as London or Manchester, new research led by Dr Josh Siepel from the University of Sussex Business School has found 709 different ‘microclusters' across the UK.

Health - Economics - Nov 16
Health - Economics

A smooth-running global health supply chain is always essential, yet a once-in-a-century pandemic has challenged it like no other time.

Economics - Nov 10

The research led by Professor John Mohan from the Third Sector Research Centre at the University of Birmingham and Dr David Clifford from the University of Southampton looked at the accounts of over 12700 English and Welsh charities for financial years ending in 2018 or 2019. They found that many charities have low levels of reserves: for just over one-fifth of charities, reserves were equivalent to less than one month of expenditure. Around 10% of charities had a few days reserves, or less.


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