Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Family-Driven Innovation: Resolving the Paradox in Family Firms
Alfredo De Massis et al examine innovation within family firms in an article in California Management Review.View the article on the Berkeley Haas website
Financial markets are almost off cigarettes – will they now kick the oil habit?
Efforts to break our financial addiction to the energy sector might find useful lessons in the slow decline of tobacco, argues Mark Shackleton.
Engineering company praises Lancaster for supporting its best ever year
A Northwest engineering company has praised Lancaster University’s support as it enjoys its best ever year.
The UK gender pay gap: Lessons from Hollywood
Figures released by the TUC show that the UK gender pay gap for top earners is currently 55%. Recent revelations from Hollywood show that both social and political action is needed to reduce this shocking statistic once and for all.
Saeideh D. Nasiri wins Kingsman Prize 2015
Saeideh D. Nasiri, graduate from the PhD programme in Statistics and Operational Research for Industry (STOR-i), has been named the winner of this year's Kingsman Prize.
Social Sciences at Lancaster ranked in the world's top 100
Social Sciences at Lancaster have been ranked in the world’s top 100 in The Times Higher World Subject Rankings 2015/16.
Professor Bryan Lukas on the VW scandal
Marketing Professor Bryan Lukas gives his thoughts on the VW emissions scandal, including the accusations involving Porsche.
Eight lucky students to go to Paris climate conference
Eight undergraduate students have been selected for the opportunity of a lifetime; attending a UN climate change conference in Paris.
City execs' bonuses should be tied to gender balance targets
Research by LUMS's Professor Colin Green and Dr Swarnodeep Homroy is highlighted in this article on gender diversity in business in the Guardian.View the article on the Guardian website