Social Sciences at Lancaster ranked in the world's top 100
Social Sciences at Lancaster have been ranked in the world’s top 100 in The Times Higher World Subject Rankings 2015/16.
London property bubble risks are overblown, say agents
A report in the Financial Times cites research from LUMS's UK Housing Market Observatory, which predicts a housing price bubble in London.View the article on the Financial Times website
City execs' bonuses should be tied to gender balance targets
Research by LUMS's Professor Colin Green and Dr Swarnodeep Homroy is highlighted in this article on gender diversity in business in the Guardian.View the article on the Guardian website
Is London heading for another property price bubble as soon as 2017?
Ivan Paya, from LUMS's UK Housing Market Observatory, warns that current price rises in the London housing market are unsustainable and could "burst".View the article on the Evening Standard website
Targets to bring women into the boardroom are missing the point
Swarnodeep Homroy and Colin Green argue that quotas do not necessarily solve the underlying cause of gender inequality.
LUMS academics release report on Living Wage
Two LUMS academics are among the authors of a report looking at the effects of the Living Wage on care home workers.
How data empowered the economic individual and gained a Nobel for Angus Deaton
This year's award recognises the value of micro analysis and good, old-fashioned legwork, argues Dr Vincent O'Sullivan.
Launch of new UK Housing Market Observatory
Lancaster's Economics Department has launched a new UK Housing Market Observatory, featuring a website that provides detailed analysis of the dynamics of house prices nationwide.