LBS faculty tackle the big issues
A new world border: London’s creativity after Brexit
Borders block creativity. What can businesses operating in the UK do to remain at the forefront of innovation, ask Assistant Professors of Strategy and Entrepreneurship Michaël Bikard and Keyvan Vakili.
Brexiters are ‘economically naïve’
LBS’s Professor of Economics Richard Portes, on how leaving the EU will lead to rising inflation and slower economic activity.
Protecting the UK economy during Brexit talks
What can the UK government and Theresa May do to protect its economy while negotiating Brexit? Professor Andrew Scott discusses the opportunities and challenges facing Britain.
UK economy to face uncertainty for at least two years
The cloud of uncertainty hanging over the British economy won’t lift until March 2019 at the earliest, according to Linda Yueh, Adjunct Professor of Economics at London Business School.
Xi meets Trump
As US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet face-to-face for the first time at Trump’s Florida resort, LBS economist Linda Yueh analyses two different views of a ‘level playing field’.