Over half of university students in the Gulf Cooperation Council are women, yet female participation in the workforce stands at less than 20%......Why?

Financial institutions need sanctions, not just legislation, to dissuade them from taking chances too far. Brooke Masters reports.

A share portfolio mimicking stock sales in different market sectors could outperform an S&P tracker by 40%, research suggests. Steve Johnson reports.

Novice entrepreneurs need help to get an idea up and running. Richard Tyler looks at a £10 million Cass initiative that brings together money, potential and guidance.

Companies that don't innovate stagnate. But Cass research suggests that many are not equipped to keep pace with developments in their markets, reports Steve Coomber.

Optimism and greed are ingrained in the City psyche - but they can be refocused, says Cass's champion of behavioural finance.

Start up firms face an uphill struggle when challenging established businesses with a well-financed parent company, says Cass lecturer Dr Giacinta Cestone - a factor that could hamper Britain's recovery.

Up to 90% of technological innovations fail - and it's usually because their manufacturers don't put across the message of what they are for, Cass research shows.

The best players make the best leaders, a research project suggests- whether it's on the basketball court or in the City.