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On the front line of the fight against disease 03/02/16

On the front line of the fight against disease

Meet the LUMS alumnus using his business knowledge to help accelerate scientific advances.

Wave 2 Growth Hubs programme gains recognition at AACSB International event 03/02/16

Wave 2 Growth Hubs programme gains recognition at AACSB International event

The Wave 2 Growth Hubs programme, led by Lancaster University, has been highlighted in a prestigious international initiative.

The human cost of Zika is clear, but will Brazil’s economy suffer too? 02/02/16

The human cost of Zika is clear, but will Brazil’s economy suffer too?

Economist Geraint Johnes reflects on other outbreaks to get to grips with the likely impacts of Zika.

How do celebrity chef campaigns motivate change? 02/02/16

How do celebrity chef campaigns motivate change?

James Cronin and Gillian Hopkinson explore if, and how, celebrity chef campaigns effect change in the Journal of Marketing Management.

View the article on the Journal of Marketing Management website
Market economy status for China after 2016? 02/02/16

Market economy status for China after 2016?

LUMS economist Dr Maurizio Zanardi was an expert speaker at a meeting of the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade, which took place on 28 January. Dr Zanardi discussed the economic implications of granting market economy status to China.

Project Management students embark on world record challenge 01/02/16

Project Management students embark on world record challenge

Could you break a world record? That was the challenge put before a class of postgraduate students last term.

Entrepreneurship academics win Journal of Small Business Management award 29/01/16

Entrepreneurship academics win Journal of Small Business Management award

Dr Josip Kotlar and Professor Alfredo De Massis have received the Journal of Small Business Management (JSBM) Editor's Choice Award. 

Professor Ian Walker on BBC Radio 4 26/01/16

Professor Ian Walker on BBC Radio 4

As the search continues for the winner of the recent National Lottery jackpot, Professor Ian Walker explains what happens next. 

Listen on the BBC Radio 4 website (from 40:50)
Have your say on family business 25/01/16

Have your say on family business

Does your family run a business? If so, LUMS researchers want just a few minutes of your time.