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  • Corruption and high tax hinder entrepreneurs

    New research at the Business School has found that countries with high levels of corruption and steep taxes contributed to stifling entrepreneurial activity and success.
    Farzana Chowdhury
  • To boost vaccine uptake, socio-economic issues must be tackled

    A new Business School study has found that to encourage greater uptake in Covid-19 vaccinations and adherence to self-isolation guidance amongst those reluctant in the North East of England, the Government must do more to address the socio-economic issues that influence people’s thinking.
    Covid-19 vaccines
  • Meet Nour Mouakke, From Syria to Durham

    In 2009, two years before the civil war in Syria broke out, Nour Mouakke moved to the UK for the first time and to Durham to study his Masters in Marketing at the Business School. After graduating he went on to work for a company in the UK, but realised he wanted to be an entrepreneur.
    Nour Mouakke

To boost vaccine uptake, socio-economic issues must be tackled

A new Business School study has found that to encourage greater uptake in Covid-19 vaccinations and adherence to self-isolation guidance amongst those reluctant in the North East of England, the Government must do more to address the socio-economic issues that influence people’s thinking.
Covid-19 vaccines

Meet Nour Mouakke, From Syria to Durham

In 2009, two years before the civil war in Syria broke out, Nour Mouakke moved to the UK for the first time and to Durham to study his Masters in Marketing at the Business School. After graduating he went on to work for a company in the UK, but realised he wanted to be an entrepreneur.
Nour Mouakke

How 3D printing could improve spare part supply chains

3D printing could be key to reducing inventory and making supply chains for spare parts more responsive. This is according to new research from Dr Atanu Chaudhuri at the School alongside colleagues at Aalborg University in Denmark.
3D Printer

Penalty Shootouts Could Be Fairer

New research at the School has found that a score-dependent alternating order in penalty shootouts is fairer than the order currently in use.
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International, world-class scholars share their expertise

The Department of Economics and Finance has recently hosted world-class, international scholars from elite universities in the US to give seminars.
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A Top 50 European Business School

We’re proud to say that today, we have been ranked in the European Top 50 by the Financial Times.
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Upcoming events

Durham Masters Online Information Session

Thursday 3 February 2022 - Thursday 3 February 2022
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Online
Durham Castle and Cathedral

QS Virtual Connect MBA – Colombia

Thursday 24 February 2022 - Friday 25 February 2022
11:30 PM to 2:00 AM
Online
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QS Connect Masters – London

Saturday 5 March 2022 - Saturday 5 March 2022
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
TBC
QS Connect Masters – London

QS Connect MBA – London

Saturday 5 March 2022 - Saturday 5 March 2022
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
TBC
QS Connect MBA – London
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Podcasts

A series of podcasts hosted by Chris Roberts, Engagement Manager with the School’s International, Engagement and Careers team. Listen to career insights from a range of inspirational speakers.

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