Rather than the City being "a victim of Brexit", could it be "the pivot to prise UK-based financial services away from encroaching EU regulation"? Kim Kaivanto discusses.View the article on the Global Banking and Finance website
Women’s job satisfaction drops to same level as men
Research by LUMS academics reveals that modern women expect more from their workplaces than those in the early 90s.View the article on The Scotsman website
Economists win Bank of England One Bank Research Competition
Two academics from Lancaster’s Department of Economics have won a prestigious award for their research on financial regulation.
How round-the-clock drinking did increase binge culture after all
The Telegraph discusses a report by Lancaster University researchers on the effects of longer licensing hours, quoting Professor Colin Green.View the article on The Telegraph website
Economist delivers talk on Islamic Finance at government conference
A LUMS economist has spoken about Islamic Finance before an audience of government figures.
The growth of London house prices has slowed down, new data suggests
Research from the UK Housing Market Observatory shows that London house price growth is nearly three times lower than it was in the last quarter of 2015.View the article on the Property Wire website
How British ‘cafe culture’ drinks revolution ended in failure
Research by LUMS economists shows that the relaxation of drinking hours has resulted in a rise in binge drinking, reports the Guardian.View the article on the Guardian website
One in three UK workers are in the wrong job, ONS figures claim
Professor Geraint Johnes is quoted in this Guardian story about overqualification for work, arguing that overqualification can contribute to enhanced productivity.View the article on the Guardian website