Management at University – a taster.

Management At University – what is it? While it is possible to study many course subjects before you get to university, this isn’t always the case for a subject like management. The closest you can get is probably A-Level Business Studies but even this is very different and lacks the academic rigour with which you …

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3 books you should have read over the summer…

And even if you didn’t it’s still not too late! The following books are light reads, filled with anecdotes. Even if you have the slightest interest in the way the world works, all three will be of interest. The first is highly recommended for Economics applicants, while the third will appeal more to the Psychologists/Managers …

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I’m an economist, get me out of here! (Discussion)

The past 30 years of macroeconomics training at American and British universities were a “costly waste of time”. Says an article in The Economist quoting Willem Buiter of the LSE. One would hope that Mr Buiter was either having a bit of a laugh or was slightly intoxicated when that was said, but somehow I’m …

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