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Research Excellence Framework confirms LSE’s strengths in business and management

Thursday 12 May 2022 News

LSE’s approach to research excellence in business and management studies has been recognised by assessors in the 2021 Research Excellence Framework. 

Ninety-six per cent of LSE’s research for business and management studies was judged to be world-leading (four star) or internationally excellent (three star).

Read more about our 2021 REF results.


Marketing paper selected as finalist for two awards

Monday 24 February 2022 News

Professor Naufel Vilcassim’s paper, “Do Marketers Matter for Entrepreneurs? Evidence from a Field Experiment in Uganda” has been selected as a finalist for both the 2021 Shelby D. Hunt/Harold H. Maynard Award and the 2022 AMA/Marketing Science Institute/H. Paul Root Award. 

These honours recognise articles published in the Journal of Marketing that have made the most significant contributions to marketing theory and to the advancement of marketing practice in a given year.

View the paper.


Management academic appointed as government data privacy expert

Wednesday 16 February 2022 | News

Dr Edgar Whitley has been recruited to the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) College of Experts, a group of leading academic and industry experts selected to advise the DCMS on its policy work. 

Dr Whitley will contribute his comprehensive expertise on data governance, privacy and digital identity.

Read more about Dr Whitley's faculty research group. 


Management academics recieve award for work on consumer privacy

Monday 17 January 2022 | News

Dr Edgar Whitley and Dr Roser Pujadas received an AIS Impact Award from the Association for Information Systems at the 2021 International Conference on Information Systems.  

The award recognises their work on Consumer Privacy Regulation in UK Financial Services and draws on their REF Impact Case Study: 'Ensuring the fair treatment of Open Banking customers'.

Read more for a summary of the REF Impact Case Study.

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Forbes: Can Future Readiness Help Both Profits And Society?

Wednesday 1 December 2021 | Feature

Management academics Christine Cote and Saul Estrin share insights from a recent research project with Vodafone Business. 

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Video: April Rinne discusses ‘Flux: Eight Superpowers for Thriving in Constant Change’

Tuesday 16 November 2021 | Video and podcast

Watch and listen to our public lecture with April Rinne, whose new book offers a bento box of superpowers to help audiences develop a flux mindset.

Watch the video on YouTube.

Listen to the podcast via LSE Player.


TRIUM ranked in global top 5 for Executive MBAs

Friday 22 October 2021 | News

The TRIUM programme has been ranked in the top five best Executive MBAs worldwide by the Financial Times.

The programme, which is delivered by NYU Stern, HEC Paris and LSE's Department of Management, has made the top five of the rankings for the last 16 years.

Read more.


Forbes: Innovation as a source of hope

Tuesday 12 October 2021 | Feature

How can innovation be a source of hope in difficult times?
Writing for, Dr Nadia Millington draws on her research to explain the positive impact that innovation - if done correctly - can have in organisations.

Read more.


Executive programme celebrates its 10-year anniversary

Monday 18 October 2021 | News

The Executive Global Master’s in Management (EGMiM) marks its 10-year anniversary this year.

Learn more about this unique programme, its history, and its diverse community of students and alumni.

Read more.


Executive students awarded scholarship from Hinrich Foundation

Tuesday 6 September 2022 | News

Two students on the Executive Global Master's in Management (EGMiM) programme have been awarded a scholarship from the Hinrich Foundation.

Read more.


Management paper wins HR Scholarly Impact Award 2021

Monday 16 August 2021 | News

Dr Emma Soane, Assistant Professor of Management, has received the Human Resource Management Review 2021 Scholarly Impact Award.

Read more.


Now is the time to tackle the problem of runway congestion

Monday 19 July 2021 | Comment

As air travel returns, it's time to address the long-standing issue of busy runways.

Read more.


Research paper on careers claims Best Overall Award

Monday 12 July 2021 | News

Shoshana Dobrow, Assistant Professor of Management at LSE, and her co-author, Jennifer Tosti-Kharas, Associate Professor at Babson College, have received a Best Overall Paper award from the Academy of Management.

Learn more about their winning paper and watch the award video here.


Why it's not always our fault if we choose unhealthy foods

Monday 5 July 2021 | News

Research from LSE's Department of Management and Duke University shows why it's much harder to make healthy food choices.

Learn more.


Video: Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer of L’Oréal discusses responsible business post-COVID

Monday 28 June 2021 | Video and podcast

Watch and listen to our public lecture with Alexandra Palt, Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer of L’Oréal, on business responsibility post-COVID and how to be part of the solution to some of the world’s most pressing challenges.

Watch the video on YouTube.

Listen to the podcast via LSE Player.


New podcast: The effects of CEOs on firm profitability

Monday 15 June 2021 Podcast

The Visible Hand is a podcast about organisations, economics, and management​, created by Jordi Blanes i Vidal.

Episdoe 15 features Morten Bennedsen, the André and Rosalie Hoffmann Chaired Professor of Family Enterprise at INSEAD. The paper discussed in this episode is: "Do CEOs Matter? Evidence from Hospitalization Events".

Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and all other major platforms.


Interview with Nino Nanitashvili, the LSE graduate who made the Forbes 30 Under 30 list

Thursday 3 June 2021 | Interview

Nino Nanitashvili graduated from the MSc Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SIE) with the support of the Chevening Scholarship and was recently named on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list.

We spoke to Nino about her career in tech, her time at LSE and her reaction to making the 30 Under 30 list.

Read more.


Video: The innovative way to reduce airport runway congestion

Monday 31 May 2021 | Video

Severe congestion on our airport runways is a problem that’s been getting steadily worse for decades. But it doesn’t have to be that way, argues Professor Richard Steinberg for Key.Aero.

Watch now.


Academic paper selected for Academy of Management award

Friday 21 May 2021 News

Harry Barkema, Professor of Management, has received the Carlo Masini Award for Innovative Scholarship in the Fields of Public and Non-profit Management.

Read more.


Management alum recognised for outstanding volunteer work during the pandemic

Thursday 20 May 2021 | News

Bilal Bin Saqib, an MSc Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship alum, has been recognised for his volunteering efforts during the pandemic with a Points of Light award from Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Read more.


What entrepreneurs need to know about successful equity crowdfunding

Friday 7 May 2021 Feature

Saul Estrin shares his thoughts with Business Leader about the best practices for securing equity crowdfunding.

Read more.


Video: COVID-19 vaccine passports or certification: A good or bad idea?

Friday 7 May 2021 News

Last month, Edgar Whitley shared his expertise at an online event, titled ‘COVID-19 vaccine passports or certification: a good or bad idea?’

The event formed part of a series of webinars hosted by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) Vaccine Centre to mark World Immunisation Week 2021.

Event speakers focused on the ethical, logistical and technical issues around vaccine passports. You can watch the recording of the event here.


Chief Sustainability Officer of L’Oréal speaks at LSE on responsible business in a post-pandemic world

Monday 26 April 2021 | Event

Alexandra Palt, Executive Vice-President and Chief Corporate Responsibility Officer of L’Oréal, will be speaking at a free online public lecture at LSE on Monday 14 June 2021.

Alexandra will discuss how companies can transform their business model to ensure the respect of planetary boundaries, encourage their ecosystem of suppliers, customers and consumers to follow their lead, and be part of the solution to some of the world’s most pressing challenges.

Find out more and sign-up here.


Professor speaks to Times Higher Education

Friday 16 April 2021 Interview

Connson Locke, Professorial Lecturer in Management, describes how workers can gain confidence to speak up, the culture shock of academia and what she learned from a drag king workshop in a recent interview with Times Higher Education. 

Read more.


Academic provides comment to BBC News

Wednesday 31 March 2021 Comment 

Catherine Thomas, Associate Professor of Managerial Economics and Strategy, was interviewed on BBC News about the impact on global trade and production following the blockage of the Suez Canal by the Ever Given container ship.

Read more.


How working from home is impacting women

Monday 29 March 2021 Comment 

Connson Locke, Professorial Lecturer in Management, explains how women are able to forge a virtual presence and be better heard by their colleagues whilst working remotely.

Read more.


Faster and better decision-making crucial at time of extreme uncertainty

Thursday 18 March 2021 | Comment 

In times of uncertainty, humans are more likely to miscalculate risk and make mistakes, argues Barbara Fasolo, Associate Professor of Behavioural Science.

Offering an insight into LSE's online Decision-Making course, Barbara explains why decision fatigue is not the source of the problem. 

Read more.


Are vaccine passports a good idea?

Saturday 13 March 2021News

Edgar Whitley, Associate Professor (Reader) of Information Systems, contributes to the discussion on vaccine passports in this piece for The Economist.

Read more.


Head of Department contributes to study on the impact of marketing coaching for Ugandan entrepreneurs

Friday 12 March 2021 | News

Research published in the Journal of Marketing finds that matching entrepreneurs with marketeers is essential for small-business growth.

The research draws on a controlled field experiment with 930 entrepreneurs in Kampala, Uganda, conducted by several academics including LSE Professor and Head of Department for Management, Naufel Vilcassim.

Read more.


Emeritus professor recognised for significant contributions to international business scholarship 

Thursday 11 March 2021 | News

Saul Estrin, Emeritus Professor of Management Economics and Strategy at LSE’s Department of Management, has been elected a Fellow of the Academy of International Business.

Read more.


Students meet alumni in panel event on careers in tech

Thursday 11 March 2021 | News

Alumni from the Department of Management shared insights into their careers in technology at a virtual panel event with current students.

Read more.


LSE ranked second in the world for social sciences and management

Wednesday 10 March 2021 | News

LSE has been ranked second in the world for social sciences and management by the QS World University Rankings by Subject for 2021.

Read more.


Management academic recognised for outstanding paper

Tuesday 9 March 2021 | News

Sarah Ashwin, Professor of Comparative Employment Relations and Deputy Head of Department, has received the Labour and Employment Relations Association (LERA) 2021 James G. Scoville Best International Paper Award.

Read more.


Have we lost the ability to speak up and disagree with the boss?

Monday 1 March 2021 | News

Connson Locke, Professorial Lecturer in Management, discussed the inspiration and research for her new book, Making Your Voice Heard, in a recent interveiw with The Sydney Morning Herald.

Read more.


How are financial markets becoming a social matter?

Friday 26 February 2021 | Comment

Noam Yuchtman, Professor of Managerial Economics and Strategy, had his research into the social aspects of investing discussed in a recent article for The Economist.

Read more.


Scholarships available for Executive master's programme

Thursday 18 February 2021 | News

LSE's Department of Management and the Hinrich Foundation are delighted to offer two scholarships of £21,000 each for entry in the August 2021 intake of the Executive Global Master’s in Management programme.

Read more.


Management alumna selected for Forbes 30 Under 30

Friday 12 February 2021 | News

Keerthi Reddy Kotta, an LSE Global Master's in Management alumna, has been selected for Forbes India 30 Under 30. 

Keerthi has been selected in the Healthcare category for her work on a blockchain-enabled vaccine supply management platform. 

Read more


New podcast series on organisational economics and management 

Thursday 4 February 2021 | Podcast

Dr Jordi Blanes i Vidal, Associate Professor of Managerial Economics and Strategy, recently began recording a new podcast series, titled The Visible Hand.

Read more


LSE IQ: Should we be more optimistic?

Wednesday 3 February 2021 | Podcast

In the latest episode of the LSE IQ podcast, Dr David de Meza, Eric Sosnow Professor of Management, shares insights from his own research to answer the question: Is optimism good for us?

Listen now


BBC: How the military controls Myanmar's economy

Tuesday 2 February 2021 | Interview

Dr Rocco Macchiavello, Associate Professor of Management, explains how, or if, Myanmar can continue its high economic growth seen over the last decade in a recent interview for BBC Business Daily.

Listen now.


New book published in series on global business

Friday 22 January 2021 | News

Leslie Willcocks, Emeritus Professor of Work, Technology and Globalisation in LSE’s Department of Management, has published a new book in a series on global business.

This new publication takes the learning on international business context and strategy further by drilling down into key, functional areas.

Read more.


Dr Brené Brown speaks at event with LSE Management students

Thursday 21 January 2021 | News

We were delighted to welcome special guest Dr Brené Brown, research professor at the University of Houston and visiting professor in management at The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business, to LSE.

Read more.


EMSBE: The intersection between my past and future career

Wednesday 20 January 2021 | Interview

Mike Stopforth, an Executive MSc Social Business and Entrepreneurship alum, discusses his motivations for choosing the programme and explains how it has influenced his business ventures since. 

Read more.

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Forbes: Why Leaders Face Many Challenges In Post-Crisis World

Sunday 17 January 2021 | Comment

Dr Hyun-Jung Lee, Assistant Professor of Employment Relations and Organisational Behaviour, comments on how remote working can exacerbate misunderstandings in multicultural teams.

Read more.


LSE researchers collaborate on organisational identification

Monday 11 January 2021 | News

A group of current and former researchers from LSE’s Department of Management have come together to write on how we identify with our organisations.

Read more.

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BBC: How the pandemic could redefine our productivity obsession

Thursday 7 January 2021 | Comment

In a recent article by the BBC, Dr Shoshana Dobrow, Assistant Professor of Management, comments on the positive impact that new ways of working can have, and why systemic changes are needed.

Read more.





How social media disrupts our elections, our economy and our health

Thursday 3 December 2020 | Event

MIT professor Sinan Aral will draw on two decades of his own research and business experience to see just how much social media actually shapes our choices, for better or worse.

Join us for this free public event on Thursday 25 March 2021. Find out more and sign-up here.


Free public lecture on influence and leadership

Wednesday 18 November 2020 | Event

Professor Connson Locke will explain how to develop your leadership presence and be more influential in the workplace at a free public event on Wednesday 24 February 2021.

Launching her latest book, Making Your Voice Heard, Professor Locke will explore why some are more influential than others and what can make people take notice.

Find out more and sign-up here.


Management graduates help African businesses survive coronavirus

Friday 13 November 2020 | News

Two of our Executive Global Master's in Management (EGMiM) students are using what they've learned in the classroom to help African businesses access financing amid coronavirus.

Read more.

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Executive programme ranked fourth in the world by the Financial Times

Wednesday 27 October 2020 | News

The TRIUM executive MBA programme, with is run by LSE, NYU Stern and HEC Paris, has been ranked fourth in the world by the Financial Times.

Read more.


Behavioural Lab wins European Commission funding to study behavioural effects of COVID-19

Tuesday 20 October 2020 | News

LSE's Behavioural Lab for Teaching and Research joins the European Commission’s €10million funded PERISCOPE consortium to study the effectiveness of COVID-19 policy messages on compliance behaviours.

Read more.


Professor recognised for contributions to science and practice of management 

Thursday 8 October 2020 | News

Jackie Coyle-Shapiro, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at LSE’s Department of Management, has been elected into the Academy of Management Fellows Group.

Read more.


Carving out a career in HR: tips from an LSE alumna 

Friday 2 October 2020 | Podcast

Tolu Osho studied MSc Human Resource Management at LSE Department of Management in 2008.

In this podcast, Tolu shares insights from her career journey and discusses exciting new trends in HR.

Listen now.

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How to develop gravitas

Thusday 24 September 2020 | Comment

We all want to be valued, respected and influential. But we also want to remain true to ourselves.

Writing for Harvard Business Reivew, Dr Rebecca Newton explains the methods behind acquiring gravitas.

Read more. 

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Putting the emphasis on leadership in a disrupted world

Tuesday 22 September 2020 | Comment

Purposeful and empathetic leadership will help organisations to balance short-term risks with sustainability, and to find opportunities in adversity, writes Dr Elaine Yerby.

Read more.


Is populism good or bad for FDI?

Monday 21 September 2020 | Comment

Professor Saul Estrin provides his thoughts on populism and what it means for foreign direct investment.

Read more.


Management faculty nominated for award on digital security

Monday 21 September 2020 | News

Dr Edgar Whitley, Associate Professor of Information Systems at LSE’s Department of Management, has been nominated in the inaugural Good ID awards. 

Read more.


WIRED: No, Dominic Cummings isn't plotting to bring back ID cards

Friday 4 September 2020 | Comment

Dr Edgar Whitley spoke to about the issues of reintroducting digital ID cards.

Read more.


Alumna named among UK's top female tech leaders of tomorrow 

Friday 10 July 2020 | News

Management alumna Regina Oladipo has been named UK's 80 female technology leaders of tomorrow.

Read more.


New research collaboration with Farmer Connect

Wednesday 17 June 2020 | News

Associate Professor Rocco Macchiavello will be working with Farmer Connect, a tech start-up building farmer-to-consumer traceability solutions for enterprises, for his latest research project. 

Read more.


Assistant Professor receives prestigious award

Tuesday 16 June 2020 | News

Each year, the Careers Division of the Academy of Management formally recognises excellence through the bestowal of several awards.

Shoshana Dobrow has received the inaugural Mid-Career Award for 2020.

Read more.


Diverse workforces hold the skills needed for businesses to survive

Monday 11 May 2020 | Comment

Dr Karin King explains why businesses now have a chance to demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion, with such workforces having the creativity and innovation necessary for a company to adapt during a crisis.

Read more


Management faculty among funding winners

Wednesday 6 May 2020 | News

Dr Dorottya Sallai and a team of investigators have been awarded funding from the European NORFACE network as part of their Governance programme.

Read more.


Coronavirus: LSE alum developing COVID-19 vaccine

Wednesday 1 April 2020 | News

Find out about the LSE alum working to create a vaccine for COVID-19.

Read more.


Podcast: How to Make Equality a Reality Through Change and Innovation

Friday 27 March 2020 Event

Hear from an inspiring panel of speakers as they discuss how balance, diversity and equality has brought improvements to their professional and personal lives.

Listen now.


Coronavirus: The end of the office?

Thursday 19 March 2020 | Comment

The need for vast, expensive corporate HQs will diminish, says Dr Esther Canonico.

Read more


What are the qualities of a good leader?

Saturday 14 March 2020 | Comment

From emotional intelligence to setting the example, LSE's Karin King pitches in to the top seven qualities of a good leader.

Read more.


Department launch new consulting competition

Thursday 5 March 2020 News

The Management Consulting Competition set students a real-life strategic issue faced by the London School of Economics Human Resources Division.

Read more.


New special interest group to support HR students

Wednesday 19 February 2020 News

A student special interest group (SIG) has been set up to support students on studying on the MSc Human Resources and Organisations (HRO) programme.

Read more.


Forbes: Bad bosses are driving away their best employees

Tuesday 11 February 2020 Comment

In our latest collaboration with Forbes, Jonathan Booth discusses his research into the harmful effects of bad bosses. 

Read more. 


Helping creators take control of their careers

Tuesday 28 January 2020 News

LSE Management graduate Jason Burchard founded RootNote, a music and technology start-up, with his brother.

Discover how their innovative new platform will help simplify data for creators.

Read more.


LSE academic to advise review on governance of biometric data

Tuesday 28 January 2020 | News

Dr Edgar Whitley will be part of the Expert Advisory Group for an independent review launched by the Ada Lovelace Institute on the governance of biometric data.

Read more.




How Freedom of Choice Influences Well-being

Thursday 28 November 2019 | Event

Simona Botti, from London Business School, explains why choice doesn't always make us happy.

Listen to the podcast.

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Management academic speaks at research seminar

Thursday 28 November 2019 | Faculty

Department of Management Fellow Ruth Reaney was invited to speak at the second Midlands Labour and Employment Relations Society (MLERS) meeting earlier this month.

Read news story.


Executive programme in FT rankings

Monday 25 November 2019 | Programmes

The Financial Times Executive MBA rankings for 2019 have placed the TRIUM programme as third in the world.

TRIUM has consistently been ranked within the world’s top five Executive MBA programmes since the programme first became eligible to enter the Financial Times ranking in 2006.

TRIUM continues to hold the number one ranking for work experience and international course experience.

See the FT's Executive MBA rankings.


Research into banker culture and dishonesty published in Nature

Friday 15 November 2019 | Faculty

Research co-authored by Dr Barbara Fasolo of LSE’s Department of Management into the culture of the banking industry has been published in Nature.

The research revisited the findings of a 2014 study which suggested that bankers were more dishonest than other professions when their professional identity was made salient in an experiment.

Read news story.

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The largest meeting of management scholars

Friday 8 November 2019 | Faculty

LSE’s Department of Management scholars and doctoral researchers attended the Academy of Management's 79th Annual Meeting in Boston, USA.

One of the highlights was when Jackie Coyle-Shapiro, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at LSE, was invited on stage and became the 75th President of the Academy. 

Read blog post.

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How to Speak Machine

Wednesday 30 October 2019 | Event

John Maeda recently visited LSE where spoke at the LSE public lecture ‘How to Speak Machine’, chaired by Carsten Sørensen.

The American technologist and author, John Maeda, explored how we can understand the laws of our digital age.

Listen to podcast.

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PhD student named finalist for prestigious dissertation award

Thursday 24 October 2019 | PhD news

Hannah Weisman, A PhD student from LSE’s Department of Management was named a finalist in a prestigious dissertation proposal competition.

Read news story.


Relaunch of our PhD programmes

Monday 21 October 2019 | Programmes 

Applications for doctoral degrees in the Department are open for 2020-21 entry, following a programme review which took place last academic year.

Applications for 2020-21 entry close on 19 June 2020.

Explore programme prospectuses.

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Award for faculty and PhD candidate

Monday 21 October 2019 | Award

The annual Academy of Management Conference was held from 9-13 August 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Congratulations to Shoshana Dobrow Riza (Assistant Professor, Organisational Behaviour) and Hannah Weisman (PhD candidate) who won the Best Overall Paper Award in the Careers Division.

Download paper ‘Calling attention to 20 years of research: a comprehensive meta-analysis of calling


Management academic launches book on authentic leadership

Friday 21 June 2019 | Faculty

Dr Rebecca Newton launched her latest book on how to lead with gravitas at a public lecture at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

Read news story.


Recipient of Global Professorship joins LSE

Thursday 07 February 2019 | Award

Professor Noam Yuchtman has joined the Department of Management after winning a Global Professorship from the British Academy.

Read news story.


When politics and leadership collide

Sunday 10 November 2019 | News

Sandy Pepper spoke with Raconteur to share his thoughts on the ethical leadership debate.

Read more.

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Freedom of expression on Palestine is being suppressed

Wednesday 14 August 2019 | News

Professor Jonathan Rosenhead says that a council’s refusal to host a charity event has vindicated concerns raised about the IHRA working definition of antisemitism.

Read more.


Making sense of the knowledge economy 

Thursday 23 May 2019 | News

Will Venters discuss an economy built around ideas and intellectual capital – from software to patents – and driven by technology

Read more.


AI in business: looking beyond the hype

Sunday 12 May 2019 | Feature

Endless buzzwords and misconceptions confuse leaders and dilute the true purpose of artificial intelligence (AI).

Read more.

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Caps on bankers' bonuses could increase risky behaviour

Thursday 21 February | News

Capping bankers’ bonuses may increase financial risk rather than curbing it, a new study by the Bank of England has claimed.

Read more.

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Why flexible workers keep turning up at the office

Thursday 14 February 2019 | Feature

Esther Canonico dicusses how companies and staff are still figuring out successful strategies.

Read more.



June 2018

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Thursday 21 June 2018, The Economist
A practicle guide to the most nail-biting part of the World Cup

Professor Ignacio Palacios-Huerta’s analysis of 11,000 penalty kicks suggests a team can improve their odds of victory.

Read more


Thursday 21 June 2018
Happy workers more likely to volunteer in their free time

Employees satisfied with their jobs are more likely to volunteer than those who are unhappy at work.

Read more

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Monday 11 June 2018
Mastering the multi-generational workplace

New ideas to succeed in the multi-generational workplace discussed at CEMS Global Alliance 30th anniversary public lecture.

Listen to podcast

May 2018

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Thursday 10 May 2018, Huffington Post
Yes, work is changing, but is AI the real reason why?

Professor Leslie Willcocks finds artificial intelligence is notably absent from real workplaces.

Read more

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Saturday 12 May 2018, Times Higher Education
US restrictions on Chinese researchers ‘could damage world science’

Dr Fabian Waldinger’s study on the collapse of international science after World War I is a warning to Trump’s administration of the damage from US restrictions.

Read more

April 2018


Monday 30 April 2018
LSE among best for research and graduate prospects

New rankings recognise LSE's position as one of the leading institutions in the UK.

Read more


Monday 30 April 2018
Consumers are not giving informed consent before sharing their financial data

Complex terms and conditions prevent informed consent, according to research from Dr Edgar Whitley and Dr Roser Pujadas.

Read more

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Tuesday 24 April 2018 
Power at Play: tackling harassment in the workplace

Learn how power dynamics affect the way we work.

Watch event video 

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Monday 23 April 2018, The Guardian 
Labour MP Rushanara Ali: 'Rana Plaza was a man-made disaster'

Five years on from the Rana Plaza disaster, Professor Sarah Ashwin discusses - is the fashion industry a better place for women to work? 

Read more

March 2018

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Friday 2 March 2018, The Financial Times 
Is the MBA dead?

Founder of the Department of Management, Professor Saul Estrin, discusses LSE’s decision not to offer an MBA. 

Read more

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Thursday 8 March 2018, The Financial Times 
Businesses turn to software robots for office work  

The hyper-growth of robotic automation firms signals change for the office worker, but what is on the horizon?

Read more

February 2018

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Thursday 22 February 2018
Public discussion on the Future of Work

Academics from LSE’s Employment Relations and Human Resource Management Research Group debated how work has changed and will evolve in the future. 

Listen to podcast

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Monday 19 February 2018, HR Magazine 
The exec price tag: reforming executive pay

Long Read: Professor Sandy Pepper helps unpick the knotty debate around CEO rewards and incentives.

Read more

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Friday 16 February 2018
The Myth of AI: the technologies really transforming our workplaces

New research from LSE finds Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a hijacked term, and notably absent from real workplaces.

Read more

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Wednesday 14 February 2018
LSE student makes Forbes 30 under 30 list

Executive Master's in Management student Morten Bruun has been named in Forbes’ 30 under 30 list for 2018.

Read more

January 2018

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Tuesday 30 January 2018
Living the stream

New research into the popularity of live video game streaming, and its growing profitability.

Read more


Thursday 25 January 2018
Megatrends: predicting the future to reinvent today

HP’s Chief Technology Officer revealed the 'megatrends' that will transform humanity at a Department of Management public lecture. 

Read more

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Tuesday 9 January 2018
What makes a great leader?

Dr Connson Locke tackles the question 'What makes a great leader?' in the January 2018 episode of the LSE IQ podcast. 

Listen to podcast



December 2017

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Saturday 30 December 2017, BBC Radio 4
AI is virtually non-existent in real business

Robotic process automation and cognitive automation are not to be confused with Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Professor Leslie Willcocks said the majority of business technologies are based on machine learning, powerful visualisation tools and algorithms, which are distinct from AI.

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Wednesday 6 December 2017
Women in Business podcast

The Michaelmas term Women in Business public lecture features Yasmin Diamond,  Executive Vice President of a FTSE100 listed company, in conversation with Dr Hyun-Jung Lee.

Listen to podcast

November 2017


Thursday 16 November 2017
Public lecture with 'The Lean Startup' author Eric Ries 

The entrepreneur revealed how the start-up ethos can breathe life into any organisation at a Department of Management public lecture. 

Listen to podcast


Thursday 16 November 2017
Research: Fairness in work and pay

Professor Sandy Pepper provides insight into executive views on fairness at work, as part of a report from PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Read report

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Monday 6 November 2017
Podcast: Is our prison system broken?

Are prisons the poor relation of the public sector? Dr Simon Bastow – an expert on overcrowding in prisons – considers why the prison system in England and Wales may be failing. 

Listen to podcast

October 2017

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Monday 22 October 2017, The Guardian
Safe standing’s surprise byproduct? It might help the home team’s game

What effect do crowds have on football? Professor Ignacio Palacios-Huerta discusses the home advantage.

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Monday 2 October 2017, South China Morning Post
Nearly 40 per cent of Hong Kong students in ‘veiled’ poll support violent protests

An experiment by a group of international researchers, including Senior Visiting Fellow Dr Noam Yuchtman, finds Hong Kong students hold more radical attitudes towards political protests than expected.

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Monday 2 October 2017, CEMS Magazine
Technological Disruption: the “human touch’ will still have a place in work

Just because work can be automated doesn’t necessarily mean it should or will, writes Professor Leslie Willcocks.

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September 2017

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Thursday 14 September 2017, The New York Times
The Shkreli Syndrome: youthful trouble, tech success, then a fall

Research by Professor Yona Rubinstein finds smart teenagers who engage in illicit activities are more likely to become entrepreneurs: but if youthful rule-breaking foreshadows their rise, does it also contribute to their demise?

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August 2017

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Thursday 31 August 2017
Experts must fight back

The incoming LSE Director, Dame Minouche Shafik, challenges the rise in anti-intellectual sentiment.

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Monday 14 August 2017, The Ecologist 
The hidden environmental impacts of ‘platform capitalism’

The rise of powerful technology companies does not bode well for environmental regulations, argues Dr Jamie Woodcock.

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Wednesday 2 August 2017 
Penalty shootouts: EFL to trial fairer system

The English Football League has adopted the 'ABBA' penalty shootout format for cup competitions and playoffs, informed by the research of Professor Ignacio Palacios-Huerta.

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July 2017

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Monday 31 July 2017, The Telegraph 
The fourth industrial revolution: don’t let your business be a casualty

Big corporations are preparing for Industry 4.0. Professor Leslie Willcocks – an expert on work, technology and globalisation – distinguishes the optimists from the pessimists.

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Tuesday 25 July 2017, Financial Times 
Companies risk fines for labour abuses lower on supply chain

Emeritus Professor David Metcalf and the UK’s first Director of Labour Market Enforcement, proposes tougher measures to tackle illegal practices, such as minimum wage abuses. 

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Wednesday 19 July 2017, Wired
Is it a good idea for companies to reveal how much they pay?

Following the release of the BBC pay report, Professor Alexander Pepper considers the consequences for the BBC's top earners.

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Wednesday 19 July 2017, The New Yorker
Vote for Ugly

The so called "beauty premium" has long been chronicled, but new research from Dr Satoshi Kanazawa suggests less-than-attractiveness can amount to a pretty penny.

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July 2017

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Thursday 6 July 2017, Raconteur; The Times
Getting the best from workplaces

With more and more people opting to log in remotely, Dr Esther Canonico provides insight on whether the office will remain central to our working day?

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June 2017

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Thursday 29 June 2017, HR Zone
The business case for diversity: tackling the inconvenient truth

When diversity becomes a tick box exercise the whole organisation suffers, but research by Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey reveals the value of employee resource groups.

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Tuesday 20 June 2017
Working the Phones: investigating control and resistance in the modern workplace

Dr Jamie Woodcock goes undercover in a call centre to reveal the plight of over a million workers employed in the UK’s least-loved service industry. 

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Friday 2 June 2017, The Economist
Europe inches closer to a plan for fixing its financial flaws

A new European Commission proposal aimed at strengthening the single currency area is mostly welcomed, writes Professor Luis Garicano.

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May 2017

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Tuesday 30 May 2017, Board Agenda
There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to boosting diversity and business growth

The business case for diversity seems intuitive. But initiatives should improve the lived experiences of minority employees, says Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey.

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Monday 22 May 2017
Education for All: meeting the challenges of the 21st century

Julia Gillard, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Global Partnership for Education and former Australian Prime Minster, makes a compelling case for global investment in education.

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Tuesday 2 May 2017
What's the future of work?

Exploring how technology is changing the way we work with leading LSE researchers. 

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April 2017

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Wednesday 12 April 2017, Skift
British Airways and the problem of fees, frills and perspective

As British Airways battle to compete in the low-cost long-haul market, Professor Amitav Chakravarti adds perspective on loss aversion.

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Thursday 6 April 2017, Financial Times 
Spain: boom to bust and back again

Professor Luis Garicano – an expert on the failed Cajas in Spain – credits the country’s recovery to a restructure of the financial system.

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Wednesday 5 April 2017
Drop the Ball: how women can achieve more by doing less

A pioneer in the women’s leadership movement provides a bold manifesto for change, empowering women to let go. LSE public lecture with Tiffany Dufu.

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Tuesday 4 April 2017, Elite Business
Is smarter monitoring the key to boosting Britain's productivity levels? 

Managers are tracking employees to make informed decisions about their teams, but Dr Jamie Woodcock asks at what cost?

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March 2017 

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Friday 31 March 2017, Forbes
How to create more innovation in your team? Fewer meetings and more slack time

Time is not just a luxury, it’s a necessity for innovation suggests new research by Professor Om Narasimhan.

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Friday 17 March 2017, Financial Times 
How to save a penalty: the truth about football’s toughest shot

Professor Ignacio Palacios-Huerta explains how football has become the unlikely field for the theories of a Nobel Prize winner.

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Thursday 2 March 2017
No 'quick fix' to managing workplace diversity

A government-commissioned review urges employers to improve BAME progression but Dr Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey advises against a one-size-fits-all approach.

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February 2017


Saturday 18 February 2017, The Telegraph
Is this the end of private prisons?

Amid the recent media froth over the pitfalls of the UK’s prison system, Dr Simon Bastow – an expert on prison crowding – cuts through the hysteria and provides insight on the unusual framework in which private prisons operate.

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Thursday 16 February 2017
Workplace rudeness can have a profound effect on mental well-being

Dr Tara Reich finds that persistent rudeness from a person in power negatively impacts on an employee’s well-being and sense of belonging.

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January 2017


Friday 27 January 2017
Team sports boost life-satisfaction

Being a member of a sports team offers huge health benefits, and research by Dr Chia-Huei Wu suggests it may also make you happier.

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Monday 16 January 2017
Manipulating workers desire for meaningful work can alienate employees

A study co-authored by Dr Emma Soane reveals that strategies to boost staff performance and morale by manipulating an employee’s desire for meaningful work often achieve the opposite effect.

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December 2016 


Tuesday 20 December 2016, Forbes
Does Hollywood predict the future with any degree of accuracy?     

Robots on the silver screen are often portrayed as 'out to get us', but in reality Professor Leslie Willcocks finds that robots can be effective when partnered with human intelligence.

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Monday 5 December 2016
How to break down the glass wall: successful strategies for women at work

Kathryn Jacob, CEO of Pearl and Dean, and Sue Unerman, Chief Strategy Officer at MediaCom, offered smart, practical strategies for women to succeed at work at an LSE public lecture. 

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November 2016 


Tuesday 15 November 2016
The Scale-up Manifesto: How Britain is becoming the scale-up nation of the world

The Department of Management brought together experts to discuss the latest findings of the 2016 Scale-Up Review. 

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Wednesday 9 November 2016, The Financial Times
Fake MBAs haunt CVs even in the internet age

Dr Roger Levy comments on how – in a connected world where many facts can be checked so easily – job candidates are cheating the system.

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Tuesday 1 November 2016
Richard Reed reveals ways to succeed in life

Richard Reed, co-founder of Innocent Drinks, shared lessons in how to create and succeed at an LSE public lecture.

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October 2016


Sunday 25 October 2016, LSE Brexit blog
The end of Eldorado: Brexit Britain is likely to get a very bad deal from Spain

Professor Luis Garicano argues that Brexit puts much at risk.

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Monday 24 October 2016
Dr Fabian Waldinger awarded Philip Leverhulme Prize

Dr Fabian Waldinger, an “exceptional” researcher, has received one of five prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prizes in Economics.

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FRI, 14 OCT 2016
The future of computer science, according to Eric Schmidt

Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Alphabet and former CEO of Google, shared his views on computer science education and Britain’s ‘computing crisis’ at a public conversation.

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October 2016, Harvard Business Review
The case against long-term incentive plans

Prior to LSE, Professor Sandy Pepper spent 27 years at PwC helping clients devise ways to compensate CEOs. Subsequently he states, “I was part of the system that I've come to say is not very effective".

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September 2016


Friday 30 September 2016, The Economist Intelligence Unit
The intelligent workforce

Professor Leslie Willcocks’ research suggests that humans and robots are most effective when working together.

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Tuesday 6 September 2016
Home working loses its appeal over time for both companies and staff

Research by Dr Esther Canonico finds that the benefits of working from home disappear over time.

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