Who will win? shutterstock.com The article below was written before the actual event. Robert O’Neill is a Senior Lecturer in Economics, Strategy, Marketing and Economics, at the University of Huddersfield. Here, in an article first published on The Conversation, he discusses one of Las Vegas’ most lucrative boxing matches dubbed #TheMoneyFight, which occurred recently between Connor McGregor and
Professor Colin Bamford is an Emeritus Professor in the Department of Logistics, Operations, Hospitality and Marketing. Here he talks about the economic benefits of Huddersfield Town FC being in the Premier League and not just for them, but for the rest of the town and the University.
Matt Haines is a Senior Lecturer in Health and Wellbeing at the University of Huddersfield. Here, in an article published on The Conversation, he talks about the recent BMJ Case Report which outlines the story of a 59-year-old woman who, was told by the doctor to drink plenty of fluids. She took his advice however and
Glynis Jones is a Principal Lecturer in Marketing and comments on the news story of Sir Clive Woodward urging Rugby Union fans to sit down and watch the match instead of drinking in the bars. She asks whether he is right to ask this of the fans, after all haven’t they paid the same high
Dr Duncan Stone, is a Visiting Researcher at the University of Huddersfield. In light of the recent news about the state-sponsored doping of the Russian Olympic team, he writes an article for The Conversation on how doping hasn’t always been considered as cheating because in the ancient Olympics of Greece winning had little to do with modern ideas
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