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Economics / Business - Career - 08:09
The furlough scheme has minimised household financial distress says new study
The furlough scheme has minimised household financial distress says new study
As the Job Retention Scheme (Furlough) is coming to an end in the UK, a paper published by the University of Birmingham concluded the government designed scheme preserves a worker's job during the CO

Health - Economics / Business - 27.09.2021
Hyena scavenging provides public health and economic benefits to African cities
Hyena scavenging provides public health and economic benefits to African cities
Hyenas are frequently vilified and often feared. Hemingway once described the hyena as a stinking, foul devourer of the dead, with jaws that crack the bones the lion leaves.

Research Management - Economics / Business - 23.09.2021

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 20.09.2021
Former coalmining communities are more politically disenchanted than other 'left behind' areas - study | University of Cambridge
Former coalmining communities are more politically disenchanted than other ’left behind’ areas - study | University of Cambridge
Those in ex-mining areas also less likely to vote for new populist and nationalist parties compared to socio-economic counterparts elsewhere.

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 20.09.2021
Former coal mining communities have less faith in politics than other 'left behind' areas | University of Cambridge
Former coal mining communities have less faith in politics than other ’left behind’ areas | University of Cambridge
Those in ex-mining areas are also less likely to vote for new populist and nationalist parties compared to socio-economic counterparts elsewhere.

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 20.09.2021
Former coalmining communities have less faith in politics than other 'left behind' areas | University of Cambridge
Former coalmining communities have less faith in politics than other ’left behind’ areas | University of Cambridge
Those in ex-mining areas are also less likely to vote for new populist and nationalist parties compared to socio-economic counterparts elsewhere.

Career - Economics / Business - 17.09.2021

Materials Science - Economics / Business - 13.09.2021
Radiation alarm at Empa
On 26 August 1992, two people entered the Empa reception in Dübendorf with two samples of osmium-187 - a rare and valuable isotope of the platinum metal - which they wanted to have analyzed.

Economics / Business - 10.09.2021

Economics / Business - Innovation - 10.09.2021

Economics / Business - 09.09.2021
China welcomes world’s largest scenario database for autonomous vehicle safety
Safety Pool(TM), led by WMG at the University of Warwick and Deepen AI, launches major collaboration with Automotive Data of China (CATARC-ADC), a subsidiary of CATARC Co.

Environment - Economics / Business - 09.09.2021

Economics / Business - Health - 09.09.2021
9/11 prepared firms for economic effects of COVID-19
Companies that experienced the financial impact of 9/11 were more resilient to the economic effects of COVID-19, according to research from Cardiff University.

Economics / Business - Environment - 08.09.2021

Economics / Business - 06.09.2021

Environment - Economics / Business - 06.09.2021

Health - Economics / Business - 06.09.2021

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 06.09.2021
Opinion: To truly ’build back better’ we must reimagine what prosperity looks like
Focusing on GDP and physical infrastructure is futile without real-life benefits for people living in left-behind towns, says Professor Henrietta Moore (UCL Institute for Global Prosperity).

Astronomy / Space Science - Economics / Business - 30.08.2021
CUAVA-1 launches for deployment from International Space Station
CUAVA-1 launches for deployment from International Space Station
A satellite designed and built in Sydney is helping pave the way for Australia's scientific and commercial space industry.

Economics / Business - 27.08.2021
Plunge in confidence due to economics, emotions
Consumer sentiment fell in August by 13.4% from July, recording the least favorable economic prospects in more than a decade, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.

Environment - Economics / Business - 25.08.2021

Pedagogy - Economics / Business - 25.08.2021
Stamping out sexual harassment in elite private boys’ schools
A Monash University study has found female teachers in elite private boys' schools are vulnerable to sexual harassment due to the school's status and unique constructs, and recommends a restructure of policies and practices to combat this behaviour.

Economics / Business - Innovation - 25.08.2021

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 24.08.2021

Economics / Business - Career - 23.08.2021
Detroit’s jobless rate drops faster than expected, some sectors show strong growth, U-M forecast finds
Detroit is showing strong signs of economic recovery from the pandemic, with an impressive drop in the jobless rate and job growth in certain sectors.

Economics / Business - Innovation - 23.08.2021

Campus - Economics / Business - 20.08.2021

Materials Science - Economics / Business - 19.08.2021
UK-based consortium established to develop prototype solid-state batteries
A consortium of seven UK-based organisations has signed a memorandum of understanding to combine ambitions to develop world-leading prototype solid-state battery technology, targeting automotive applications.

Economics / Business - Career - 17.08.2021
From self-interest to the social enterprise
From self-interest to the social enterprise
Study reveals motives driving entrepreneurs Not all entrepreneurs who found social enterprises are driven by idealism.

Economics / Business - 17.08.2021
Use your team's emotions to boost creativity
Use your team’s emotions to boost creativity
If you're putting together a team for a project, you might be inclined to pick people with cheerful, optimistic dispositions and flexible thinking. But a new management study indicates your team might also benefit from people who are exactly the opposite, according to experts at Rice, the University of Western Australia, Bond University and the University of Queensland.

Environment - Economics / Business - 16.08.2021

Law - Economics / Business - 16.08.2021
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