Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
New report maps contours of fairness
A report just published reveals that, among those working in organisational contexts, there are markedly different notions of what is deemed to be ‘fair’.
Head of Santander UK lectures at Lancaster University Management School
In a lecture at Lancaster University Management School on 31 October, Ana Botin, CEO of Santander UK, spoke to more than 100 guests, including students, staff and alumni, on the future of the UK economy.
Lancashire SMEs visit Silicon Valley on innovative LUMS business development programme
A delegation of Lancashire small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) has visited Silicon Valley this month as part of an innovative new growth programme co-designed by Lancaster University Management School and Winning Pitch.
Mark Shackleton discusses energy prices on BBC Radio 5 live
Professor Mark Shackleton was interviewed on BBC Radio 5 live, discussing the government's energy policy and 'green' taxes on 25 October.
IEED welcomes Witty Review recommendations
The Witty Review of how universities should work with businesses to underpin economic growth has been welcomed by the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (IEED) at LUMS.
Lancaster University to host competition for UK’s hottest young business brains
Hundreds of the UK's finest young entrepreneurial talent are to visit Lancaster University over the next three years to take part in the country’s largest student business competition.
Lancashire businesses to be boosted by new LUMS programme
A new £190,000 business development programme aiming to boost 80 Lancashire companies has been launched this week by Lancaster University Management School.
Top China finance officials receive training from Lancaster University Management School
A delegation organised by the All China Youth Federation, including some of China’s top bankers and finance officials, visited Lancaster University Management School recently.
University welcomes call to extend work with SMEs
Lancaster University has welcomed calls from the CBI for universities to extend their work with SMEs, including research collaborations.