British Academy Lecture Publications

 

View the Video on YouTubeSir John Cass’s Foundation Lecture in association with the British Academy 2015

Reinventing the Corporation

Professor Colin Mayer, Peter Moore’s University, Professor of Management Studies

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Professor Mayer has had a long association with Sir John Cass’s Foundation; he was a Professor at the City Business School before it became the Cass Business School.

Sir John Cass’s Foundation have been working with the British Academy since 2012 and awards three research grants each year to young researchers for whom this may be their first grant, helping them to advance their research skills and careers in a way that contributes to the economy and enriches culture and society. Grants are awarded in management and business studies and education.

The third annual Sir John Cass’s Foundation and British Academy lecture is now ready to view by clicking here.
 


 

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Education and opportunity: Is the UK departing from a common tradition?

Lindsay Paterson, Fellow of the Academy, Professor of Education Policy
at the University of Edinburgh

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Sir John Cass’s Foundation and the British Academy have been working together since 2012 to strengthen research and public engagement in the fields of Humanities, Social Sciences, Management, Business Studies and Education. The association brings together the Academy’s expertise in identifying the very best individuals in these increasingly important fields of research and Sir John Cass’s Foundation who support three research awards each year.

Even small awards can release huge potential, help to advance research skills and careers, particularly in younger researchers.
The British Academy is the UK’s national body for the humanities and social sciences. Its purpose is to inspire, recognise and support excellence in these areas throughout the UK and internationally and to champion their role and value. The British Academy was established in 1902 and is now a fellowship of more than 900 leading scholars spanning all disciplines across the humanities and social sciences.

To download the pdf of Lindsay Paterson’s presentation at the Sir John Cass’s Foundation and British Academy lecture, click here.