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Promoting trust in charities through good governance

This story published on Friday 27 June 2014
Charity Finance Group conference


Can we trust the banks?

This story published on Thursday 5 June 2014
Gaining international perspectives


New Director for FEGReG

This story published on Thursday 13 March 2014
The Financial Ethics and Governance Group (FEGReG), based at the University of Huddersfield Business School, has a new director, Professor Collins Ntim.


Book considers Ivor Goodson, the travelling organic intellectual

This story published on Friday 24 January 2014
Researcher’s new book Reading and Teaching Ivor Goodson explores his influential view of curriculum and teaching


Dr Samira Abonawara

This story published on Tuesday 5 November 2013
The new academic year for FEGReG began with a PhD completion


PhD Completion

This story published on Friday 20 September 2013
Osama Ben Mansour awarded PhD


Basque visitor researches the Spanish auditing profession

This story published on Tuesday 6 August 2013
Visiting FEGReG for Summer 2013 is Itsaso Barrainkua Aroztegi


Off to sunny Spain

This story published on Wednesday 3 April 2013
Dean and Director of FEGReG, Professor Chris Cowton, has been sharing his expertise with two universities in Andalucía in Spain.


Responsibility and the Financial Crisis

This story published on Wednesday 30 January 2013
The financial crisis has generated a vast amount of criticism and analysis.


Researching Islamic corporate responsibility

This story published on Tuesday 11 December 2012
Western companies should adopt Islamic business principles


Excellence in housing association governance

This story published on Thursday 18 October 2012
Housing associations and the social housing sector have witnessed massive change in recent years


The Paradoxes of Whistleblowing

This story published on Tuesday 16 October 2012
On 8 October 2012, FEGReG welcomed Dr Wim Vandekerckhove from the University of Greenwich Business School to discuss whistleblowing


Four at the seaside

This story published on Saturday 1 September 2012
In April, four FEGReG PhD students made the trip from Huddersfield to the south coast of England


Newcastle, old and new

This story published on Saturday 1 September 2012
Two members of FEGReG attended the EBEN


Encyclopedic knowledge

This story published on Thursday 28 June 2012
Director of FEGReG, Professor Chris Cowton, has recently completed two encyclopedia entries.


Reflection in business ethics education

This story published on Wednesday 7 December 2011
Dr Howard Harris of the School of Management at the University of South Australia came to Huddersfield to give a seminar.


New FEGReG PhD students focus on research methods

This story published on Monday 12 December 2011
FEGReG’s new intake of PhD students are enjoying a series of research methods training seminars, led by Julie Drake.


Methods Crossing Borders

This story published on Monday 28 November 2011
In November Yvonne Downs was selected to attend a three day workshop


The Global Financial Crisis and the Companies Act 2006

This story published on Friday 4 November 2011
Professsor Andrew Keay of the Law School at the University of Leeds made the short trip to Huddersfield to give the latest FEGReG seminar.


Skills for Governance event hosted by FEGReG

This story published on Tuesday 7 June 2011
Governors from different educational organisations gathered in the Business School on 7 June 2011


Dr Yvonne Downs

This story published on Thursday 18 August 2011
Dr Yvonne Downs has joined the Financial Ethics and Governance Research Group


Seminar: UK Stewardship Code

This story published on Wednesday 11 May 2011
The UK Stewardship Code, published in July 2010


Event: 21st Century Mutuals – Creating a Dividend of Mutuality

This story published on Thursday 17 March 2011
Iain Cornish, Chief Executive of Yorkshire Building Society, was the main speaker at a FEGReG evening seminar


Japanese Managers’ Perceptions of Consumer Ethics

This story published on Thursday 5 May 2011
Dr Sigmund Wagner-Tsukamoto gave a presentation of his work


Modifying the Potter Box

This story published on Thursday 18 August 2011
Dr Loy Watley from Nebraska Wesleyan University was the latest external speaker at a FEGReG seminar


Ahmed Musbah awarded PhD

This story published on Thursday 18 August 2011
Ahmed Musbah is the latest FEGReG research student to be awarded a PhD


Accountants and the public interest

This story published on Thursday 1 July 2010
A fundamental characteristic of professions is that they should serve the public interest


Keynote address at Spanish Business Ethics Conference

This story published on Monday 11 July 2011
Professor Chris Cowton, was invited to give a keynote address at the annual conference of the European Business Ethics Network in Bilbao.


PhD Success

This story published on Friday 10 June 2011
Mahmoud Elmogla, has been awarded his PhD


Body Beautiful?

This story published on Wednesday 5 May 2010
Gender, Work and the Body in Professional Services Firms


Applying Ethics to Investment

This story published on Wednesday 24 March 2010
FEGReG seminar on 24 March 2010 was given by Robert Taylor


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