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The case for making doctoral supervision collaborative | 6 February 2021

Nnamdi O. Madichie argues that PhD supervision needs to be considered in a more holistic way, particularly within the context of Covid-19.

Life of a Lone Ranger: What makes or breaks the solo self-employed? | 30 October

Nnamdi O. Madichie and Magdalena Read MCMI explore what to watch out for when moving into self-employment during a time when many favour job security.

Bloomsbury Institute Working Paper Series – Looking back after five years | 16 July 2020

Nnamdi O. Madichie takes a look at the past five years of the Working Paper Series and the implications some of the articles have for life after COVID-19.

New Bloomsbury Institute Working Paper focuses on Brexit, Commonwealth and the Creative Industries | 27 May 2020

Nnamdi O. Madichie and Arif Zaman introduce the latest issue of the Working Paper Series and explores how it connects the global creative industry with the fallout and follow through from Brexit, using the Commonwealth as a frame of reference.

Diaspora holds huge potential to facilitate trade and investment | 18 June 2019

Arif Zaman writes about how diaspora entrepreneurs can play important roles in facilitating trade and investments between their countries of origin and countries of residence.

A viewpoint on the plastic bag charge in England: who is it benefiting? | 19 June 2019

Nnamdi O. Madichie explores how policy is influencing attitudes towards plastic consumption.

Art Converters and Art Convergence: An Entrepreneurial Imperative | 10 October 2019

Nnamdi O. Madichie takes a look at artists as converters and highlights a convergence of Arts & Entrepreneurship as a growing imperative.