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Reading in the News - 11 April – University of Reading

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Reading in the News - 11 April

Release Date 11 April 2019

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The Times (and in print) discusses a new report about highest earning workers, and mentions a paper by Profs Peter Scott and James Walker (Henley Business School) called The Comfortable, the Rich and the Super-Rich.

Outsourced workers: Amy Butt (Architecture) has co-signed an open letter published in Times Higher Education about University of London’s use of worker outsourcing.

Electric bikes: An article in The Conversation by Professor Carien van Reekum (Psychology) about a study on older cyclists and e-bikes is reposted in the Times of Malta.

 

Other Coverage

  • An article for FindMBA looks at niche MBAs, and mentions that Henley Business School has closed its full-time MBA in favour or part-time and flexible courses.

 

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