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All the latest business and economic research being carried out by experts across the University.

Latest Episodes

England's World Cup Failure - blame it on the money - audio

Can England's failure at the World Cup really be the triumph of economics over sport as suggested in the media? In this podcast Economist Dr Wyn Morgan weighs up the merits of the argument and tries to explain where England went wrong.

18 MIN2010 JUL 9
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England's World Cup Failure - blame it on the money - audio

Football or arms race? - audio

At the time of the Manchester City takeover, Associate Professor of Economics, Dr Wyn Morgan looks at the economic factors of the modern game, and the fall-out from the biggest deal in British football.

11 MIN2010 MAY 14
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Football or arms race? - audio

'Shrinking' the economy - audio

In this interview, Dr Robert Hoffmann talks about how important psychology is to business and asks if we have talked ourselves into recession. Dr Hoffmann is a member of the International Centre for Behavioural Business Research (ICBBR) within the Nottingham University Business School(NUBS). The centre has also recently opened a new extension at The University of Nottingham, Ningbo China. The centre's research brings together a range of experts who share an interest in studying decision-making in economic and business contexts, in particular using theories and methods from management, economics and psychology.

12 MIN2010 MAY 14
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'Shrinking' the economy - audio

Cash strapped - audio

Economist Dr Wyn Morgan talks you through the main points of Budget 2009 and offers his view on the current state of play and where we go from here. Dr Morgan is Associate Professor in the Centre for Research in Development and International Trade (CREDIT) and the Centre for Policy Evaluation (CPE) in the School of Economics at the University.

14 MIN2010 MAY 14
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Cash strapped - audio

We all live in a Robbie Fowler house! - audio

In this interview, why the Buy to Let Market will likely survive the financial crisis, but also why the small scale landlord may be destroyed by what Professor Andrew Leyshon refers to as the "Property Neutron Bomb". Using a football terrace chant about the footballer (and famous buy to let landlord) Robbie Fowler for his title, Professor Leyshon explains his research with Shaun French on the subject and looks to the future of the market. Andrew Leyshon is Professor of Economic Geography in the School of Geography at the University. This work was recently presented to the Financial Services Research Forum at Nottingham University Business School - a unique combination of financial practitioners and academics.

15 MIN2010 MAY 14
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We all live in a Robbie Fowler house! - audio

Putting the boot in - audio

With Real Madrid having spent £140m on two footballers, questions are again surfacing about the sustainability of football not just in the English Premier League. Economist Dr Wyn Morgan weighs up the latest deals and assesses the potential damage to the league and football as a whole. He also looks at the demands that more regulations be put in place to stop the situation spiralling out of control.

21 MIN2010 MAY 14
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Putting the boot in - audio

Buying time: Premier League managers facing the sack - audio

Are Premier League football teams too trigger happy when it comes to their managers? Does a longer tenure mean greater success? Applying a variety of business management theories and models, academics from Nottingham University Business School, Loughborough, Sheffield and UWE in Bristol, try to get to the bottom of the issue. In this interview Dr Matthew Hughes, co-researcher and lead author on the project from the Nottingham University Business School, lays out the ideas and some of the surprising results.

17 MIN2010 MAY 14
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Buying time: Premier League managers facing the sack - audio

The day the music died - audio

In this interview Professor Andrew Leyshon explains his assertion that the recording studio sector is in a deep crisis. Based on his research for his paper 'The Software Slump', Professor Leyshon charts the progress of technology and the decline of the recording studio sector in the UK. Professor Leyshon is Professor of Economic Geography in the School of Geography at The University of Nottingham.

20 MIN2010 MAY 14
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The day the music died - audio
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Latest Episodes

England's World Cup Failure - blame it on the money - audio

Can England's failure at the World Cup really be the triumph of economics over sport as suggested in the media? In this podcast Economist Dr Wyn Morgan weighs up the merits of the argument and tries to explain where England went wrong.

18 MIN2010 JUL 9
Comments
England's World Cup Failure - blame it on the money - audio

Football or arms race? - audio

At the time of the Manchester City takeover, Associate Professor of Economics, Dr Wyn Morgan looks at the economic factors of the modern game, and the fall-out from the biggest deal in British football.

11 MIN2010 MAY 14
Comments
Football or arms race? - audio

'Shrinking' the economy - audio

In this interview, Dr Robert Hoffmann talks about how important psychology is to business and asks if we have talked ourselves into recession. Dr Hoffmann is a member of the International Centre for Behavioural Business Research (ICBBR) within the Nottingham University Business School(NUBS). The centre has also recently opened a new extension at The University of Nottingham, Ningbo China. The centre's research brings together a range of experts who share an interest in studying decision-making in economic and business contexts, in particular using theories and methods from management, economics and psychology.

12 MIN2010 MAY 14
Comments
'Shrinking' the economy - audio

Cash strapped - audio

Economist Dr Wyn Morgan talks you through the main points of Budget 2009 and offers his view on the current state of play and where we go from here. Dr Morgan is Associate Professor in the Centre for Research in Development and International Trade (CREDIT) and the Centre for Policy Evaluation (CPE) in the School of Economics at the University.

14 MIN2010 MAY 14
Comments
Cash strapped - audio

We all live in a Robbie Fowler house! - audio

In this interview, why the Buy to Let Market will likely survive the financial crisis, but also why the small scale landlord may be destroyed by what Professor Andrew Leyshon refers to as the "Property Neutron Bomb". Using a football terrace chant about the footballer (and famous buy to let landlord) Robbie Fowler for his title, Professor Leyshon explains his research with Shaun French on the subject and looks to the future of the market. Andrew Leyshon is Professor of Economic Geography in the School of Geography at the University. This work was recently presented to the Financial Services Research Forum at Nottingham University Business School - a unique combination of financial practitioners and academics.

15 MIN2010 MAY 14
Comments
We all live in a Robbie Fowler house! - audio

Putting the boot in - audio

With Real Madrid having spent £140m on two footballers, questions are again surfacing about the sustainability of football not just in the English Premier League. Economist Dr Wyn Morgan weighs up the latest deals and assesses the potential damage to the league and football as a whole. He also looks at the demands that more regulations be put in place to stop the situation spiralling out of control.

21 MIN2010 MAY 14
Comments
Putting the boot in - audio

Buying time: Premier League managers facing the sack - audio

Are Premier League football teams too trigger happy when it comes to their managers? Does a longer tenure mean greater success? Applying a variety of business management theories and models, academics from Nottingham University Business School, Loughborough, Sheffield and UWE in Bristol, try to get to the bottom of the issue. In this interview Dr Matthew Hughes, co-researcher and lead author on the project from the Nottingham University Business School, lays out the ideas and some of the surprising results.

17 MIN2010 MAY 14
Comments
Buying time: Premier League managers facing the sack - audio

The day the music died - audio

In this interview Professor Andrew Leyshon explains his assertion that the recording studio sector is in a deep crisis. Based on his research for his paper 'The Software Slump', Professor Leyshon charts the progress of technology and the decline of the recording studio sector in the UK. Professor Leyshon is Professor of Economic Geography in the School of Geography at The University of Nottingham.

20 MIN2010 MAY 14
Comments
The day the music died - audio
the END
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