Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Study finds ‘negligible’ link between CEO pay and good company performance
A major new study by Weijia Li and Steven Young has found that the link between CEO pay and corporate value creation in the UK remains ‘negligible at best’.
Why Istanbul is struggling to become an international financial centre
Does the Turkish government have ulterior motives in its attempt to make Istanbul a global financial centre?
LUMS Professor joins Innovation Caucus
A LUMS Professor of Entrepreneurship has been invited to join a new initiative.
Challenges facing HR Directors of UK firms in 2017
Emeritus Professor Paul Sparrow is quoted in this article on the impact of Brexit on HR.View the article on the Forbes website
Bosses 'do not deserve bumper pay packets', study finds
The link between what bosses are paid and a company's financial performance is "negligible", according to new research conducted by LUMS academics.View the article on the BBC website
David Hofmeyr receives Kingsman Prize
The winner of this year’s Kingsman Prize has been named as David Hofmeyr.
Ian Gordon interviewed on BBC Radio Lancashire
Ian Gordon, Director of Executive Education at Lancaster University Management School, was interviewed on BBC Radio Lancashire on 19th December, discussing transforming productivity to boost business growth.Listen on BBC Radio Lancashire (1 hr 53 minutes in)
Students and staff honoured by fellow students
Dr Ioannis Thanos and Alison Currie are the winners of this year’s LUMS Staff Member of the Year awards.
LUMS graduate receives Alumni Award
A LUMS graduate has received an Alumni Award at the December graduation ceremonies.