Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Congestion charge has led to dramatic fall in accidents in London
The Guardian features research by LUMS economist Colin Green that shows a 40 per cent drop in traffic accidents since 2003.View article on The Guardian website
The LUMS graduate with a mission to keep the banks on track
LUMS graduate Mark Branson is head of the Swiss financial regulatory body FINMA. In this feature he reflects on banking regulation, and on his time at Lancaster.
DevoManc: can it make the NHS a success?
The United Kingdom's second city will finally take control of its own health, but it's a risky venture, says Professor Mike West.
What’s gone wrong at HSBC?
Kim Kaivanto, writing in The Conversation, asks why HSBC so often finds itself mired in controversy.
Greece will stay in the euro – for now
Greece has been saved from expulsion for now but it would be unwise to speculate on how long its euro membership can continue, says John Whittaker in The Conversation.
Prof Geraint Johnes interviewed on BBC Radio 5 Live
Professor Geraint Johnes, Director of Lancaster University's Work Foundation, was interviewed on BBC Radio 5 Live on 18 February, discussing the UK's latest labour market statistics.Listen on Radio 5 Live (until 20 March 2015)
Management students learn from businesses born out of poverty
The IMPM programme, delivered jointly by Lancaster and partner universities around the world, is featured in Bloomberg Business. The article describes how IMPM students are lerning how social enterprises are transforming the lives of women in remote Indian villages.View article on the Bloomberg Business website
Illuminating the ‘dark side’ of IT
Research by Professor Monideepa Tarafdar and colleagues, published in MIT Sloan Management Review, reveals the unforeseen consequences of over-reliance on technology.