Business and Economics

Environment - Economics - Sep 18
Professor Paul Dorfman (UCL Energy Institute) argues the market is clear that new large nuclear plants are a thing of the past. He explains that as 'old nuclear' goes offline, it should be replaced with quick-to-build renewables.
Economics - Sep 17

Dr Michael Plouffe (UCL Political Science) comments on Japan's 'muted' response to the new trade agreement with the UK, and stresses that more attention should be paid to the implications of trade agreements and the sectors they impact, especially in light of the pandemic.

Environment - Economics - Sep 10
Environment - Economics

Following a five-week clean-up on Aldabra Atoll, one of Seychelles' UNESCO World Heritage Site, where 25 tonnes of marine plastic litter was removed, researchers at Oxford University have estimated that the cost to clean up the entire island is appr

Economics - Environment - Sep 8

A fifth of carbon dioxide emissions come from multinational companies' global supply chains, according to a new study led by UCL and Tianjin University that shows the scope of multinationals' influence on climate change.

Environment - Economics - Sep 14
Environment - Economics

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals The UK All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development cites evidence from the Sussex Sustainability Research Programme (SSRP) in their report ‘ Building Back Better: The SDGs as a roadmap for recovery ', published this week.

Environment - Economics - Sep 9

Professor Steve Keen (UCL Office of the Vice-Provost: Research) disagrees with the assertions of Noble Prize winner William Nordhaus on climate change and asserts climate change will negatively affect industries and economies worldwide.

Career - Economics - Aug 21

Creative graduates more entrepreneurial and as employable as peers, new study finds. Graduates in creative subjects suffer no deficit in earnings to students of supposedly “higher value? degrees such as biology, languages or psychology, a new study by a University of Sussex Business School academic has revealed.

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