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Publication of the week: Dr Ali Kabiri

Chambers, D. & A. Kabiri, “Keynes and Wall Street”, Business History Review 19 (2016), 301-328. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0007680516000362. This article examines in detail how John Maynard Keynes approached investing in the U.S. stock market on behalf of his Cambridge College after … Read more >

Publication of the week: Dr Sarah Sargent

Sargent, S., “Classical horsemanship and the dangers of the emergent intangible cultural heritage authorised discourse”, International Journal of Intangible Heritage (2016) 11, 35-53. Intangible cultural heritage is a recent newcomer to the international legal sphere of heritage. It is a … Read more >

Publication of the week: Professor Alan Smithers

Smithers, A., “The philosopher’s stone? The case for national apprenticeship qualifications”, in Tess Lanning (ed.), Where Next for Apprenticeships? (London: CIPD, 2016), 18-24. In Where Next for Apprenticeships, a policy report of the Chartered Institute for Personnel Development, Alan Smithers … Read more >

University of Buckingham tops National Student Survey for student satisfaction with highest ever score

The University of Buckingham has come top in the UK for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS) for the seventh time since it started taking part 11 years ago and achieved its highest score ever. Britain’s first not-for-profit … Read more >

Publication of the week: Jasmine Hearn, Katherine Finlay and Philip Fine

J.H. Hearn, K.A. Finlay & P.A. Fine, “The devil in the corner: A mixed-methods study of metaphor use by those with spinal cord injury-specific neuropathic pain”, British Journal of Health Psychology (2016). DOI: 10.1111/bjhp.12211 Dr Jasmine Hearn has a research interest … Read more >

Numbers paying BIK car tax rise for first time in 10 years

Colin Tourick told Fleet News: “The economy had been doing well in 2014/15 so we can be fairly sure that more employers were employing more staff, and were offering company cars.” Read the article by Gareth Roberts in Fleet Industry … Read more >

Buckingham first official club partner of MK Dons

The University of Buckingham has become an Official Club Partner of MK Dons football team. The two-year deal will see the educational institution, which has launched the country’s first independent medical school in partnership with Milton Keynes University Hospital, become … Read more >

In the news – August 2016

TV and radio appearance: Professor Glees was interviewed about: the latest IS-inspired terror attack in Rouen on Talk Radio, BBC News Channel, BBC Radio Two’s Jeremy Vine Programme, Premier Christian Radio and BBC Oxford the UK border agency issues on … Read more >

Publication of the week: Professor Geoffrey Wood and Dr Juan Castañeda

Forrest Capie, Geoffrey Wood and Juan Castañeda, “Central bank independence in small open economies”, in M.D. Bordo, Ø. Eitrheim, M. Flandreau & J.F. Qvigstad (eds), Central Banks at a Crossroads: What Can We Learn From History? (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016), … Read more >

In the news – 26 July 2016

Radio and TV appearances Professor Glees was interviewed about: the Nice attacks on BFBS (British Forces Broadcasting Service) the attempted abduction of an RAF officer from RAF Markham on BBC Radio Essex “Brexit one month on” on Hessischer Rundfunk the … Read more >

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