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Public value

The public value business school

Posted on 11 December 2018 by Martin Kitchener

In our latest post, Professor Martin Kitchener spoke with Your Public Value, an NGO based in Berlin to explain how and why Cardiff Business School decided to pursue a strategy which foregrounds social and economic development. It all started when I became Dean of Cardiff Business School six years ago, and I focused on defining
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International Management

Jair Bolsonaro: how business elites helped him to power in Brazil – and why they might regret it

Posted on 30 November 2018 by Heike Doering

In our latest post, Dr Heike Doering explains how Brazil’s business elite has influenced the country’s politics. Her research with colleagues Professor Glenn Morgan, University of Bristol and Dr Marcus Gomes, University of Exeter, reveals how Brazil’s political barometer has swung from far left to far right since 2002. Brazil has just experienced one of
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Entrepreneurship

Dual Mission Impossible? Ethan Hunt’s a nobody compared to social entrepreneurs

Posted on 15 November 2018 by Anthony Samuel

Ahead of Social Enterprise Day 2018, Dr Anthony Samuel told us about some of the challenges faced by companies on a mission to balance commercial and social value. I recently completed a piece of work on Social Enterprises operating in The South Wales Valleys with Gareth White from the University of South Wales and Paul
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Mental health

Why having a conversation about mental health in the workplace might not be so simple

Posted on 13 November 2018 by James Wallace

In our latest post, PhD candidate James Wallace considers what it means to be well at work and how this might require material change for employers. For many people experiencing mental health difficulties, fear of the stigma associated with conditions can affect how they relate to others. This fear is not just limited to social
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