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Reflections from Durham DBA Graduate Tom McDonogh

Ahead of graduation, our DBA alumni Tom McDonogh is looking back at his time at the Business School and sharing memories of his own graduation as well as his experience being on the Durham DBA programme.
Photo of DBA graduate Tom McDonogh and his family

Bargaining over wages can be more effective if done at a sector-level

With inflationary pressures affecting most global economies now, there are growing demands for wage increases by employee groups being hit by the cost-of-living crisis. Professor Bernd Brandl, an expert in employment relations and Human Resource Management, has some pertinent research. Wage bargaining can be much more effective for management and employees if it is done at a higher, sector level as opposed to firm or small groups level. And it can also have a positive impact on the performance.
Crop faceless multi-ethnic interviewer and job seeker going through interview

School hosts international meeting on protecting cultural heritage

Experts from around the world met in Durham to discuss how to protect cultural heritage at risk of destruction from human and natural disasters.
Cultural Heritage Management Symposium

Complete University Guide 2023 undergraduate subject rankings

The Complete University Guide (CUG) published subject level tables of the School’s undergraduate subjects featuring three subjects in the top ten. Both Accounting and Finance and Marketing have made the top three nationally, while Economics has risen an impressive 10 places to 6th.
Business School court yard

Alumni 20 year reunion

MBA Alumni return to Durham to celebrate their delayed 20-year reunion
a group of 2021 MBA graduates outside of the School entrance