Month: May 2012

Have the Social Sciences Failed Us?

On 16 April, Aditya Chakrabortty wrote an article for the Guardian’s Comment is Free, arguing that social scientists have failed to step up and offer alternatives in the wake of the economic crisis. Here, Andrew Gamble FBA responds.

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Power and Risk: Lessons From the Jungle

Editor’s Note: We’re pleased to welcome guest contributor Jennifer Jordan, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Economics & Business at University […]

9 years ago
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FBR’s Carlo Salvato Elected PDW Chair

We’re pleased to announce that Family Business Review (FBR) Associate Editor Carlo Salvato has been elected Professional Development Workshop (PDW) […]

9 years ago
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What Do Higher Education Consumers Want?

The Guardian yesterday published a set of worrying facts. Even though consumers of higher education pay almost three times as much in tuition fees than they did six years ago, face-to-face with lecturers in class has barely increased

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Social Science sites of the week

This week’s round up of new and interesting social science sites Elections this week- Serbian presidency second round. Find out […]

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Are Facebook Fan Pages Effective?

Social marketers are out to create change—and there’s nothing like social media to spread the word to massive amounts of […]

9 years ago
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Marketing For a Better World

The first SAGE-published issue of Social Marketing Quarterly (SMQ) offers plenty of tangible advice for marketing scholars and practitioners who […]

9 years ago
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#socsci Chats on Twitter!

4:30 – 5:30 BST, Thursdays on Twitter. Tune into the hashtag #socsci and join in on discussions on all topics […]

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