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Researchers offer a new state of the art methodology in statistically estimating cost functions of large US commercial banks
New research about the efficiency of large US commercial banks suggests – contrary to popular belief – they are significantly more efficient and have greater productivity than it was suggested by previous studies.
Researchers offer a new state of the art methodology in statistically estimating cost functions of large US commercial banks casting doubt on highly popular views.
Enabling Social Action: Join the Network and Access Resources Free
Public sector officers, voluntary sector and community leaders are invited to join the enabling social action network by registering for free on our online ecosystem. This network represents over 1,100 commissioners and their third sector partners that are enabling social action and that the programme has brought together through a series of national, regional workshops and in depth working.
Register and join the ESA Online network to access resources to support social action and to connect into the online community nationwide, find out initiatives in your area and what social action is happening across service areas
Innovation Insight: Supply Chain Risk Management Tool
The experts at the University of Hull Logistics Institute in the Business School have developed for free a Risk model for supply chains affected by COVID-19. This free tool is available for all of our business networks to identify risks and challenges as part of their supply chain. The tool itself showcases how technology and digitalisation of data can enhance businesses ability to adapt and continuity plan for unpredictable scenarios.