Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Using marketing to help AIDS orphans
LUMS alumnus Ian Govendir talks about how the things he learned as a marketing student at Lancaster have helped him set up his own charity, AIDS Orphan.
Greece is a reminder of the fragility of money and the need to deal with debt
Joe Deville discusses the issues of debt forgiveness, money mobility and how they affect Greece.
Taster Days aim for a boom in economics interest
Around 175 prospective students experienced life as a LUMS economics undergraduate at two events held recently in Lancaster and London.
Dr Andy Bailey 1965-2015
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Dr Andrew James Bailey, who passed away on 28th June following a short illness.
Lancaster fourth in the UK for graduate employability
Lancaster University is ranked fourth in the UK for total employability, outperforming all other research-intensive universities.
What have falling oil prices meant for Gulf finances?
It may be good news for Europe, but what effect has the fall in oil prices had on oil-exporting countries? Economist Marwan Izzeldin examines the impact in Global Banking and Finance Review.View full article on the Global Banking and Finance Review website
Contenders do battle in China UK Entrepreneurship Challenge
Teams from universities across the country arrived in Lancaster to battle it out in the semi-final of the eighth China UK Entrepreneurship Challenge.
Without Network Rail upgrades, the Northern Powerhouse will falter
Improvements in infrastructure are of vital importance in revitalising the northern economy, explains economist Geraint Johnes.