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Scottish firms in the spotlight

A senior economist has warned that Scotland's hi-tech firms must grow.

10 December 2008Business

Making small businesses big

What makes small businesses in Scotland tick?

18 June 2007Business

‘Safe’ hands for businesses

A new research network for academics and professionals in accounting, economics and finance is being launched at the University of St Andrews. It is hoped that the new network will produce research that will provide new frameworks for businesses, helping them be more innovative, more profitable and easier to run.

8 October 2006Business

Prestigious accolades for St Andrews economist

A University of St Andrews economist has secured two prestigious accolades in just one month.

14 September 2005Awards

Investigating innovation in Scotland

An expert in economics is about to launch a six-month study into Scotland's most innovative development firms.

24 September 2003Business

Higher education: the future

A University of St Andrews economist will lead the collective voice of UK University academics as they meet to discuss the implications of the Government's White Paper on the future of Higher Education.

21 May 2003Government

Long live the small firm

Factors which affect the survival or demise of small firms have been revealed by a University of St Andrews economist. Professor Gavin Reid, together with Bernadette Power, Lecturer in Economics at University College, Cork, have been examining how some small firms can survive as long as 25 years and others collapse within months of launching.

11 June 2002Business