Skip to main content

Expert Comment


Stephen Roper on the impact of Carillion’s collapse on subcontractors and small businesses

Stephen Roper, Professor of Enterprise and Director of the Enterprise Research Centre at Warwick Business School, discusses the impact of Carillion’s collapse on subcontractors and small businesses.

Wed 17 January 2018, 11:12 | Tags: WBS, University of Warwick, Business and Management

Opt-out organ donation system "should result in more people’s wishes being followed" - Dr Gregory Moorlock

Ministers begin a consultation today on a proposed 'opt-out' system for organ donation in England, with the aim of making more organs available for transplant.

Dr Gregory Moorlock, an expert in the ethics of organ donation and transplantation from Warwick Medical School, comments.


UK Industrial Strategy should focus on people and places: Professor Nigel Driffield

Responding to the announcement that the UK Government will publish an Industrial Strategy White Paper later today, Professor Nigel Driffield from Warwick Business School comments on the importance of focusing on removing barriers to growth in the UK's regions.

Mon 27 November 2017, 10:49 | Tags: WBS, University of Warwick, industry, Brexit, Expert comment, Britain

Professor Ben Lockwood on today's IFS report: Autumn 2017 Budget: Options for Easing the Squeeze

Professor Ben Lockwood, from the University of Warwick’s Department of Economics, provides expert comment on an IFS report released today which says that a worsened public finance outlook is likely if current low levels of productivity growth are the “new normal”.

Mon 30 October 2017, 12:43 | Tags: Politics, Economics, University of Warwick, Expert comment, Policy

May offers "reassurance" but EU nationals still feel unwelcome: Dr Lucy Hatton

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed in a Facebook post to make it as easy as possible for EU nationals to remain in the UK.

Dr Lucy Hatton, an expert in democracy and legitimacy in the European Union, outlines her view on the story.


Older news