Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Why does Congress oppose gun laws backed by more than 90% of US citizens?
Maurizio Zanardi and colleagues show how electoral incentives might lead politicians to take a pro-gun stance, in line with the interests of a minority of the electorate.
Alumni award for prominent alumna
Dr Nahed Taher, founder and CEO of Gulf One Investment Bank, has returned to Lancaster University to receive an Alumni award.
Team Sky offers lessons for business
More than 80 business leaders from around Cumbria heard an inspirational talk from Dan Hunt, sports director at Team Sky Cycling.
Pentland joins forces with Lancaster
One of the world’s leading brand management companies has partnered with LUMS to create a research centre of excellence.
In-Cumbria: 'Barrow HR team gives students a first class experience'
The In-Cumbria website reports on a project that a group of LUMS undergraduate management, marketing and entrepreneurship students are undertaking for Barrow-based company TurnstoneHR.View on the In-Cumbria website
Lancashire Business View: 'Medical products firm is in great shape for growth'
Lancashire Business View profiles manufacturing company CME Medical which has drawn up ambitious plans for expansion after taking part in the Lancashire Forum programme at LUMS.View on the Lancashire Business View website
Professor Geraint Johnes appointed new Director of the Work Foundation
Lancaster University has announced that Geraint Johnes, Professor of Economics at Lancaster University Management School, will be the new Director of The Work Foundation.
New journal to explore role of people in organisational effectiveness
Professors Cary Cooper and Paul Sparrow of the Centre for Performance-Led HR at LUMS are the founding editors of a new journal to be launched by Emerald Group Publishing in 2014.
What scope for efficiency in higher education?
New research for government by two LUMS economists questions how far there is genuine scope for greater efficiency gains within the UK higher education sector.