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Freud’s views on love and work backed up by Stirling research

New research has given weight to Sigmund Freud’s claim that love and work are important for our well-being – by highlighting how the threat of unemployment can activate thoughts of death for those not in a relationship.

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Freud’s views on love and work backed up by Stirling research

University of Stirling management expert plays part in Oman’s future

A management expert at the University of Stirling has played a part in Oman’s future by contributing to the country’s 2040 vision project.

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University of Stirling management expert plays part in Oman’s future

Stirling academics blame low wage growth on underemployment

Employees looking for a hike in salary have lost their bargaining power because of a rise in underemployment, according to a new paper by University of Stirling economists.

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Stirling academics blame low wage growth on underemployment

Students to take part in stock pitch event

Students will pitch their latest stock recommendations for the University of Stirling Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF) tomorrow.

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Students to take part in stock pitch event

Interest rate hikes ‘pose mental health threat to people in debt’

Interest rate hikes by central banks can impact on the mental health of people in debt, a new study led by University of Stirling experts has found.

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Interest rate hikes ‘pose mental health threat to people in debt’
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