LSE in print
Financial Times, 04-Mar-2010, page 12
Iceland will play crucial role in Arctic sea route
The LSE's Robert H Wade writes a letter on China's growing interest in emerging sea routes across the Arctic: "Chinese planners anticipate building giant ice-strengthened container ships able to use the shorter route as the ice melts. But the cargoes would have to be shifted to smaller ships to enter their destination ports. Where would the trans-shipment port be located? One obvious place is Iceland, which sits at the entrance to - or exit from - the Arctic ocean. It has several fjords suitable for such a port. This may help explain China's more-than-usual friendship with tiny Iceland. "
Independent (Education and Careers), 04-Mar-2010, page 5
Why the Union flag is flying again in the subcontinent
Imran Khan is behind Bradford University's move to launch degrees in strife-torn Pakistan. Last month Lancaster University announced that it too was going to be offering dual degrees with Comsats. Lucy Hodges reports that the motivation for Lancaster's push into the Subcontinent and South East Asia is to get the university known around the world. Very few British universities have a name that is internationally known, the exceptions being Oxford, Cambridge and the London School of Economics.
Times Higher Education, 04-Mar-2010, page 52
It did rule – but never absolutely
Review of The Empire Project by Joanna Lewis, department of international history, LSE.
Times Higher Education, 04-Mar-2010, page 4
The week in higher education
Mentions research by Satoshi Kanazawa that indicates infidelity is associated with a lower IQ.
Times Higher Education, 04-Mar-2010, page 8
Privately schooled graduates more likely to take further degrees
Research by LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance for the Sutton Trust shows that privately schooled pupils are more likely to take a postgraduate course.
Times Higher Education, 04-Mar-2010, page 34
The work of Michael Power, professor of accounting at LSE, is cited, indicating how regulatory styles across society have changed and how there has been an ‘audit explosion’ in academia.
How long is left?
FT Adviser- Mar 4 2010
Speaking at a conference in March 2002, shortly after the establishment of the FSA, Howard Davies, its first chairman said, "Market manipulation is not a ...
Wanted: Wife who is smarter and five years younger
Irish Examiner - Mar 4 2010 4:58AM GMT
study shows that being the smarter partner has its dangers. Dr Satoshi Kanazawa, an evolutionary psychologist from the London School of Economics and Political Science, said the smarter a man is, the less likely he is to cheat on his partner. His theory
Stupid is as stupid does when it comes to infidelity
Metro Canada – Ottawa- Mar 4 2010
Dr. Satoshi Kanazawa, an evolutionary psychologist of the London School of Economics and Political Science, has published a study suggesting that men with ...
Hamas official slams spy-claim book
CNN - Mar 4 2010 4:08AM GMT
no disturbance, as maybe some Israelis believe." Fawaz Gerges, a professor of Middle Eastern politics at the London School of Economics, said Hamas is a very secretive organization that is extremely difficult for a young man like Yousef to penetrate or
Why technology is not enough
Federal Computer Week - Mar 4 2010 2:15AM GMT
and behaviour — that added another layer of understanding to the role of IT. Luis Garicano of the London School of Economics and Paul Heaton of Rand studied extensive data from 1987 to 2003 on police departments’ practices in IT management. Their goal
Money is simply textbook answer to education woes
CHINAdaily - Mar 4 2010 1:46AM GMT
didn't expect anyone to treat me seriously. But through e-mails, I got replies from professors at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Harvard University and an economist at the International Monetary Fund. They answered my questions in
Are atheists and liberals smarter?
Religion News Service - Mar 3 2010 11:29PM GMT
with high IQs more likely to be liberal, atheist and monogamous? That's what one scholar at the London School of Economics is saying, although some disagree with his conclusions. You must be a logged in daily text service subscriber to view full text of
(OFFICIAL)-Microsoft COO sees gradual recovery
Sharenet - Mar 3 2010 10:48PM GMT
We have a lot of interest in the Windows 7 refresh,' Kevin Turner told an audience at the London School of Economics on Wednesday. 'There's lots of momentum around that.' Turner said Microsoft expects 300 million PCs to be sold this year. That should be
-Microsoft COO sees gradual recovery
CNN Money - Mar 3 2010 10:27PM GMT
We have a lot of interest in the Windows 7 refresh,' Kevin Turner told an audience at the London School of Economics on Wednesday. 'There's lots of momentum around that.' Turner said Microsoft expects 300 million PCs to be sold this year. That should be...
Atheism in the News: The Church Fires, Bible Swaps and Why Atheists Might Be Smarter Than Most
Austin American Statesman - Mar 3 2010 8:18PM GMT
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Times MPC urges Bank to hold rates and easing
Times Online - Mar 3 2010 7:09PM GMT
panellists about what the MPC should be aiming to achieve this month. Charles Goodhart, a professor at the London School of Economics and a former member of the Bank's MPC, said that this was the time for 'masterful inactivity', suggesting that the
The Times MPC: the views in full
Times Online - Mar 3 2010 7:09PM GMT
over the rest of the year. On this basis I would leave policy on hold. Professor Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics and former member of the Bank's MPC Vote: no change in interest rate or quantitative easing This month is particularly simple.
Microsoft COO sees gradual recovery
The Independent - Mar 3 2010 6:46PM GMT
We have a lot of interest in the Windows 7 refresh,' Kevin Turner told an audience at the London School of Economics on Wednesday. 'There's lots of momentum around that.' Turner said Microsoft would sell 300 million copies this year of Windows 7, the new
Microsoft doubles R&D spending to $5.9bn in 2010
Computer Weekly - Mar 3 2010 6:39PM GMT
it the biggest R&D spender in the world, the company's chief operating told an audience at the London School of Economics today.Kevin Turner said the world economy had been "reset" during the past 24 months. It was the first time in Microsoft's 34-year...
Microsoft COO sees gradual recovery, client caution (Reuters)
Easy Bourse - Mar 3 2010 4:38PM GMT
have a lot of interest in the Windows 7 refresh," Kevin Turner told an audience at the London School of Economics on Wednesday. "There's lots of momentum around that." Turner said Microsoft would sell 300 million copies this year of Windows 7, the new
Microsoft COO says demand recovery still gradual
InSing.com - Mar 3 2010 4:31PM GMT
have a lot of interest in the Windows 7 refresh," Kevin Turner told an audience at the London School of Economics on Wednesday. "There's lots of momentum around that." Turner said Microsoft expected to sell 300 million copies of Windows 7 -- the new...
Study lays bare infidelity link to lower IQ
Gulf News - Mar 3 2010 4:29PM GMT
as she contemplates her errant partner Ashley's unfaithful ways. Dr Satoshi Kanazawa, an evolutionary psychologist from the London School of Economics and Political Science, said the smarter a man is, the less likely he is to cheat on his partner. His...
STOCKS NEWS US-Crude inventories rise, distillates fall
FinanzNachrichten.de - Mar 3 2010 4:29PM GMT
We have a lot of interest in the Windows 7 refresh,' Kevin Turner told an audience at the London School of Economics on Wednesday. 'There's lots of momentum around that.' Shares of Microsoft, a Dow component, rose 0.2 percent to $28.51. Reuters
Microsoft COO sees gradual recovery, client caution
Reuters via Yahoo! - Mar 3 2010 4:21PM GMT
We have a lot of interest in the Windows 7 refresh,' Kevin Turner told an audience at the London School of Economics on Wednesday. 'There's lots of momentum around that.' Turner said Microsoft would sell 300 million copies this year of Windows 7, the new...
Obama administration hopes to deepen Libya ties
Foreign Policy Magazine - Mar 3 2010 3:29PM GMT
between Qaddafi's sons and would-be heirs, Mutassim and Seif al-Islam . Seif, with his Saville Row suits and London School of Economics degree, is seen as the more pro-Western son, whereas Mutassim leads a hard-line faction that is deeply sceptical of
Does IQ Determine Fidelity, Atheism?
ABC News - Mar 3 2010 3:24PM GMT
that's not true for women. The study is the work of evolutionary psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa of the London School of Economics and Political Science, who has rattled the cage of the intelligentsia in the past, to mixed revues from his peers. In this
Banks encouraged to implement decent multi-factor authentication to securely offer online banking
SC Magazine UK - Mar 3 2010 1:38PM GMT
to fall victim to them, listen to the SC webcast with Stephan Freeman, information security manager at the London School of Economics and Martin Lee, senior malware analyst at Symantec Hosted Services
House Proud Dems Stand Up
Gwinnett Gazette - Mar 3 2010 1:32PM GMT
deputy majority whip of the House. He holds an LL.M. degree in international financial law from the London School of Economics. He can be read on The Hill's Pundits Blog and reached at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need
Cheating male partners have low IQs
Sify - Mar 3 2010 1:28PM GMT
have lower IQs, says a psychologist who has based his theory on evolutionary history. Satoshi Kanazawa from the London School of Economics and Political Science said that the smarter a man is, the less likely he is to cheat on his partner. He based his
Britain Launches Higher Education Scholarship Programme For Palestine
Egov Monitor - Mar 3 2010 11:46AM GMT
and International Development. The UK universities taking part in the scheme are: City, Essex, Exeter, Kings College London, London School of Economics, Manchester, Newcastle, Oxford Brookes, School of Oriental and African Studies, and Sussex. Each
OOPs: Ottawa's mistake of grand proportions
Globe and Mail - Mar 3 2010 11:32AM GMT
reflecting a lifetime of public policy research and academic positions at Harvard University, Oxford University and the London School of Economics. Dr. Savoie says some officers of Parliament - the Auditor-General (since 1868) and the Chief Electoral
Daily Statesman - Mar 3 2010 11:26AM GMT
board by the media Afghanologists as Ahmed Rashid and Peter Bergen to academics like Antonio Giustozzi of the London School of Economics, without any critical evaluation. Some like Christina Lamb have gone as far as calling it a must-read. To those of us...
Brainy men 'less likely to cheat'
Times of India - Mar 3 2010 11:22AM GMT
that intelligent place greater value on monogamy and sexual exclusivity than their less intelligent peers. However, boffins at London School of Economics and Political Science found that women didn't follow the same trend. The researchers could find no
Professor calls for controversial cuts in research
Edinburgh Journal - Mar 3 2010 9:31AM GMT came in the week that two historians, Dr Terry Gourvish, director of the business history unit at the London School of Economics, and Dr Richard Coopey, senior lecturer in history at the University of Wales, were granted 290,758 by the ESRC for a...
Novelist Says Girls Are Ready to Have Babies at 14
Momlogic - Mar 3 2010 9:13AM GMT
Alexander, editor of a study, Teenage Parenthood: What's the Problem?, published this month. Dr Alexander, of the London School of Economics, said teenage pregnancy could be a force for good since many young mothers were motivated to turn their lives
Can narrow banking ever be profitable?
Money Marketing Online - Mar 3 2010 8:38AM GMT
on nominal balance sheet measures, such as leverage ratios, is in fact a deterrent to gather retail deposits". London School of Economics professor of banking and finance Charles Goodhart also thinks that narrow banking is not the answer. In a recent
Councils warn of major job losses, PM disagrees
Grapevine Magazine - Mar 3 2010 7:46AM GMT
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LSE on TV/radio
BBC World Service Radio (3 March)
LSE students interviewed about the large number of people who are not registered to vote in the UK.
BBC Radio 4 (3 March)
LSE research on teenage pregnancy, co-authored by Claire Alexander, is discussed in a debate.