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Karel Williams comments in the Financial Times on the selection of the interim Greater Manchester mayor

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Karel Williams, Professor of Political Economy, commented in the Financial Times today on the selection process of the interim Greater Manchester mayor; the mayor who will arguably be the country’s most powerful civic leader

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Professor Cary Cooper returns to Manchester Business School

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

One of the world’s leading authorities on health and well-being in the workplace is returning to Manchester to take up a leading role at Manchester Business School (MBS) in its 50th anniversary year

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Interesting Facts about Manchester

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Manchester is an exciting city for students to study, work and live. Take a look at 17 interesting facts about the city that you may not have known before.

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Why study in Manchester?

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Cultural, historic and quirky; Manchester has fast become one of Britain’s most popular destinations. Whether for work or play, more and more people are paying our vibrant city a visit, and choosing to make it their home.

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New research into motherhood pay gap highlights inequality

Friday, March 6, 2015

A new report released to coincide with International Women’s Day finds that mothers who work face a widening pay gap compared to women without children, which expands even further for every child they go on to have.

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Research, Work and Equalities
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