School of Business and Law

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Hedging when it matters

The determinants of when producers, consumers and other merchant participants use futures and options Having a well-oiled risk management system is widely accepted as critical to modern business and enterprise. But a recent study found that the rationle for firms to manage exposure to markets, such energy prices, prices of industrial metals and the prices…

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How to become a Chartered Certified Accountant

What does an accountant do? Accountants are a trusted advisor within an organisation, providing financial advice to help businesses manage their money and maximise profits. Your Accountancy role will vary depending if you work for a small or large business, or you’re a private accountant working with clients. In all cases you will all use…

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Economics: the study of choice under a constraint

Recently, the furlough scheme ended and fuel caps rose. Changes to stamp duty, VAT on holidays and other support packages provided by the government also ended. Regardless of your thoughts on how the government handled the crisis, the pandemic has transformed how we think within our businesses, our economies and our societies. This thought process…

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Spotlighting potential consumer risks from new energy retail companies

Earlier this month it was announced that two UK energy suppliers, PfP Energy and MoneyPlus Energy, were ceasing to trade, leaving 100,000 homes without an energy supplier. Ofgem, the industry regulator, will choose a new supplier for all the customers affected, but Dr Lawrence Haar argues that flaws in the business model of many new…

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Our new home

We’re excited to announce that Elm House, the new home for the School of Business and Law, is complete and ready for the new academic year. As you can see from the images below it’s going to be an exciting place to study. You can learn more about the exciting developments on the Big Build…

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The Hidden Racism in Economics: a guest lecture with Professor John Komlos

Recently students and staff welcomed Professor John Komlos via Zoom on the topic of Hidden Racism in Economics. The talk was not just focused on economics, but looked at how discrimination harms people’s livelihoods and economies, and how freeing the world of bias would help address many challenges to society and the global economy. Professor Komlos…

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COVID-safe tour for logistics students at Shoreham Port

On 4 November just before the second lockdown some of our Logistics and Supply Chain Management MSc students visited Shoreham Port for a COVID-safe tour, accompanied by tutors Peter McCullen, Clare Millington and Despoina Kanellou. Engineering Manager Brian Rousell started the tour showing a recently completed commercial building. He explained that there are three main income…

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Starting your course in 2020?

You’re going to have a brilliant time here and we can’t wait to meet you! To help you feel like you already Belong at Brighton our students and staff have created some information so you can get to know your school before you join us in the autumn. We’ll also be in touch over the summer…

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Brighton professor devises cryptocurrency rating system

A rating system to help investors find the most profitable cryptocurrency is about to be launched following breakthrough research by a University of Brighton professor. ‘The Bridge’ was devised by Professor Andros Gregoriou, Professor of Finance at the University’s Brighton Business School, be applied to over 5,000 cryptocurrencies to identify the most profitable ones for…

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Economic pain from coronavirus could be “deep rooted” and “long lasting”

University of Brighton finance expert Dr Rob Hayward has warned the road to economic recovery will be bumpy, ahead of lockdown easing this Saturday. With pubs, cafes, restaurants, cinemas and museums among the establishments permitted to reopen (with restrictions) on 4 July, there is a chance for businesses to attempt to get back on track…

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