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Does the Autumn Budget support entrepreneurs?
Economics

Does the Autumn Budget support entrepreneurs?

In the wake of Chancellor Philip Hammond's latest Autumn Budget announcement earlier this week, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship Julian Birkinshaw has called for more to be done to increase ‘patient capital’, or longer term investment.

How to make the most of our ageing society: LBS Professor featured in City AM
Economics

How to make the most of our ageing society: LBS Professor featured in City AM

Professor of Economics Andrew Scott has written a piece for City AM discussing the implications of the UK's ageing population.

Professor of Economics warns of problems for European banks over Turkey-US row
Economics

Professor of Economics warns of problems for European banks over Turkey-US row

Adjunct Professor of Economics Linda Yueh tells BBC Radio 4 that Turkey’s economic troubles amid a diplomatic dispute with the US could have a knock-on effect on European banks.

Hélène Rey awarded 2017 Maurice Allais Economic Science Prize
Economics

Hélène Rey awarded 2017 Maurice Allais Economic Science Prize

LBS Professor of Economics awarded prize for research entitled: ‘Dilemma not Trilemma: The Global Financial Cycle and Monetary Policy Independence’.

Lynda Gratton hails new shared parenting laws
Economics

Lynda Gratton hails new shared parenting laws

British families that take advantage of the UK’s new shared parenting rules will benefit financially, according to Professor Gratton.

Economics

Economy falls short of a strong card for the Tories

Economy falls short of a strong card for the Tories says Professor Richard Portes