Accounting & Finance news

What's it like to study Accounting & Finance? 11/11/15

What's it like to study Accounting & Finance?

Accounting and finance student Jennifer Hanford, 21, tells the Complete University Guide about her experience at Lancaster.

View Jennifer's profile on The Complete University Guide website
Pharma use loophole to hike up the price of drugs – so why doesn’t the NHS stop it? 30/10/15

Pharma use loophole to hike up the price of drugs – so why doesn’t the NHS stop it?

We should be asking what a recent expose of drug price rises tells us about how health is being managed in the UK, argues Chris Ford. 

 Accounting and Finance students receive awards 19/10/15

Accounting and Finance students receive awards

Three undergraduate students in Accounting and Finance have received special prizes rewarding their hard work.

Clinton’s anti-drugmaker rhetoric may win votes, but does it threaten our long-term health? 16/10/15

Clinton’s anti-drugmaker rhetoric may win votes, but does it threaten our long-term health?

Clinton, who named drug companies among her enemies in this week's debate, is pushing policies that could hamper the flow of new medicines, argues Chris Ford in The Conversation. 

Top ten rankings for LUMS in Times Good University Guide 22/09/15

Top ten rankings for LUMS in Times Good University Guide

Lancaster University Management School has been ranked in the top ten for a number of subjects in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016.

European Banks’ Sovereign Debt Home Bias: Voluntary or Involuntary? 05/08/15

European Banks’ Sovereign Debt Home Bias: Voluntary or Involuntary?

Vox, the policy portal for the CEPR, has published an article by Vasso Ioannidou, together with colleagues Bálint Horváth and Harry Huizinga, which discusses sovereign debt home bias among large European banks.

View full article on the Vox website