EXPERT COMMENT: Four reforms to stop English councils from going bankrupt
In this article originally written for The Conversation, Kevin Muldoon-Smith, Associate Professor in Strategic Public Sector Finance and Urban Adaptation at Northumbria University, and Mark Sandford, Honorary Professor of Local Government at the University of Bristol, discuss four reforms to stop English councils from going bankrupt.
EXPERT COMMENT: Everton FC lost ten valuable points for breaking financial rules – but football fans may eventually consider it a win
In an article written for The Conversation*, Mark Middling, Assistant Professor of Accounting at Northumbria University discusses the impact of Everton FC's recent ten point deduction for breaking financial rules.
EXPERT COMMENT: More young people in the UK are living with parents and grandparents – here’s what you need to know if you’re considering it
In an article written for The Conversation, Dr Prabash Edirisingha, Assistant Professor in Consumer Culture and Marketing at Northumbria University, discusses multigenerational living.
Read the latest issue of Northumbria University News: Autumn 2023 edition
The Autumn 2023 edition of Northumbria University’s newspaper is available to collect on campus or read online now.
Underappreciation of LGBT executives creates investment opportunity
A ‘rainbow ceiling’ contributes to LGBT-led companies being undervalued on the stock market, according to new research.
Northumbria University rises in the rankings again
Northumbria University is continuing to climb the national league tables, with an eight-place rise in the latest Guardian University Guide to rank 38th* in the UK.
EXPERT COMMENT: We’re talking about AI a lot right now – and it’s not a moment too soon
In an article written for The Conversation, Kimberley Hardcastle, Assistant Professor for Northumbria University’s Marketing department discusses the history of AI technology and explains how the rapid development may lead to bigger issues if handled incorrectly.
Students support council mission to promote quality living in later life
A North East organisation that aims to help Newcastle become an age-friendly city has received support from talented university students to widen its appeal and membership base.
EXPERT COMMENT: Hiring refugees is not just ‘doing a good thing’ – research shows it can also help businesses
The global refugee population is more than 26 million people, according to some estimates. Such largescale movements of people affect many countries and have created significant interest among business and management researchers in recent years as companies try to work out how to successfully integrate refugees into their workforces.
Business programme creates next generation of entrepreneurs
Northumbria University students have praised a pioneering enterprise programme for giving them the real-life learning experience and entrepreneurial skills to succeed in business.
Read the latest issue of Northumbria University News: Summer 2023 edition
Packed with the latest news, achievements, features and interviews, the newspaper is the perfect way to keep up to date with the exciting developments taking place across the University.