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Events

The listing below shows our main events.

You may also browse a full list of all events taking place across the University.

There are 5 events taking place this week
Tuesday 30th November 2021

What's next for the midlands economy after Covid and Brexit

What's next for the midlands economy after Covid and Brexit
Date
30 November 2021
Location:
Online
Description
An online panel discussion on the future challenges and opportunities for the Midlands' economy following Brexit and Covid. All welcome.

Inclusion in the Digital Workplace post Covid-19

Inclusion in the Digital Workplace post Covid-19
Date
30 November 2021
Location:
Online
Description
This is the fifth and final webinar on equality, diversity and inclusion based on research in the Organisational Behaviour & HRM Department at Nottingham University Business School.
Wednesday 1st December 2021

Money and Power, the political figures who transformed economic policy

Money and Power, the political figures who transformed economic policy
Date
1 December 2021
Location:
Online
Description
We are delighted to welcome the Rt Hon Sir Vince Cable, who will be presenting on Money and Power, the political figures who transformed economic policy.

Business Alumni Insights event. Why can't I get my turkey for Christmas? It's complicated: Find out why

Business Alumni Insights event. Why can't I get my turkey for Christmas? It's complicated: Find out why
Date
1 December 2021
Location:
B52 Lecture Theatre, Business School, NG8 1BB, South Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Road Nottingham
Description
Join us for a panel event with industry experts who will discuss the complex challenges facing suppliers of food, toys and other products.
Thursday 2nd December 2021

The Profit Paradox: how thriving firms threaten the future of work

The Profit Paradox: how thriving firms threaten the future of work
Date
2 December 2021
Location:
A48 Clive Granger Building, Online - 365 Teams Meeting
Description
Economist Jan Eeckhout shows how the reason that wages are stagnant and prices are rising is due to a small number of companies exploiting an unbridled rise in market power—the ability to set prices higher than they could in a properly functioning competitive marketplace.
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