Month: March 2019

YouTube’s child viewers may struggle to recognise adverts in videos from ‘virtual play dates’

Posted on 29 March 2019 by Rebecca Mardon

In our latest post, Dr Rebecca Mardon discusses the ethical dilemmas and regultory implications surrounding YouTube’s child audiences. YouTube’s highest earning star in 2018 was a seven-year-old boy named Ryan. That’s right – a child out-earned the likes of the infamous Logan Paul, video game vlogger PewDiePie, and even make-up mogul Jeffree Star. Between June 2017 and
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April Fool – Don’t be a Money Mule

Posted on 28 March 2019 by Denise Brereton

Lies, damned lies and statistics!* Don’t Panic, I am not about to give a lecture on statistics – heaven forfend (as you know my chosen subject is Archaeology – digging up those lovely old bones)! This month I am going to chat to you about Money Muling, what it is, how it happens and the
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Is Theresa May’s £1.6 billion fund for English towns enough to rebalance Britain’s skewed economy?

Posted on 27 March 2019 by Professor Calvin Jones

In our latest post, Professor Calvin Jones considers the merits of the UK government’s proposed Stronger Towns Fund and its implications for some of the UK’s most deprived areas. English towns with struggling economies will receive £1.6 billion of funding over six years. The UK government announced the creation of the “stronger towns fund” –
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#BalanceforBetter

Posted on 8 March 2019 by Rachel Ashworth

To mark International Women’s Day 2019, Dean Professor Rachel Ashworth highlights the significant contribution women have made, and continue to make, to the success and culture of Cardiff Business School, and explains a recent project designed to clarify the School’s values. The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is ‘Balance for Better’. There have
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