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Winnie welcomes you to university, and if you were here last year – welcome back!

Posted on 1 October 2019 by Denise Brereton

Hello everyone, well I am back for another academic year and would like to say Hello to those who have not met me before – Woof! I’m Winnie, the Business School Pets as Therapy Dog, dispensing cuddles and woofs of wisdom.
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NHS Wales: what one sector’s fate after Brexit might mean for whole country

Posted on 20 September 2019 by Laura Reynolds

In our latest blog, Dr Laura Reynolds and her Welsh Economy Research Unit colleagues, Dr Annette Roberts and Professor Max Munday, consider the fate of the NHS in a post-Brexit Wales. One of the biggest Brexit worries is what will happen to the NHS when the UK leaves the EU. Among the many uncertainties is whether the NHS might
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International Management

How does the pursuit of harmony shape expatriate management in Chinese multinational corporations?

Posted on 9 September 2019 by Muhao Du

In our latest post, PhD researcher Muhao Du outlines the ambitions of his doctoral research on Chinese expatriate management. The post is based on his prizewinning poster presentation exhibited at the inaugural Welsh Postgraduate Research Conference in June 2019. My research focuses on the lifecycle of expatriate management in Chinese multinational corporations (MNCs) through the
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Revolutionising supply chains with 3D printing

Posted on 2 September 2019 by Katy Huckle

In our latest post, Katy Alice Huckle, Ryan Iwanski, Giovanni Colantonio and Heath Jeffries explore the impact of 3D printing on the manufacturing industry. We already know that 3D printing is a game-changer. Additive technology not only allows previously un-makeable products to be built in a matter of hours; it also allows them to be
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