New research from the School of Management alleges that some publishers relocate overseas to minimise their tax liabilities
Mental health workers are more likely to be depressed or anxious when they experience discrimination from their managers than the patients themselves, according to a new study.
Two of our graduates have shown an extra dimension to their skills by netting themselves job offers by displaying signs encouraging City professionals to employ them.
Anglo-Spanish collaboration addresses pressing economic problems.
Music, film, food and more this weekend.
Staff member involved in gruelling .Be Fitter Burpee Marathon'.
Academic discusses art, history, folklore, almost everything except management…
Applying psychoanalysis to the financial crisis earns a management professor an international award
Online video demonstrates the importance of social science research funding.
Academics in School of Management calculate groundbreaking ROI model for SMEs.
Is touring slums voyeuristic or can it be a boon to developing communities?
Politics poster pips peers to prestigious prize at postgraduate proceedings.
The campus may have been quiet over the Easter break but there was still plenty of activity here at Leicester.
Secondary school pupils will converge on the University of Leicester on 24 April for the regional stage of a national debating competition.
A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media.
Last year it was Rome, this year Valencia is the venue for the International IFABS Conference on ‘Rethinking Banking and Finance: Money, Markets and Models’.
Leicester Professor shows that involvement of employees in the wider organisation may reduce job satisfaction
A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media
Collaboration with Giving World Online sees them move on to great success.