Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Work towards 'inclusive capitalism' urges Lady de Rothschild at CEO lecture
The challenges to the current capitalist system was the theme for this year's Professor Sir Roland Smith CEO Lecture, given in London by Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild.
How Islamic bank managers are levelling the playing field in the competition with conventional banking
Jill Johnes investigates the rise of Islamic banking and how it contributes to a secure and efficient banking system.View on the Global Banking & Finance Review website
BFM: 'The relevance of an MBA'
Professor Mark Shackleton is interviewed on BFM radio in Malaysia about the relevance of an MBA.
Kevin Glazebrook recognised with top OR Society award
Kevin Glazebrook, Distinguished Professor of Operational Research, has received the Beale Medal, the Operational Research Society’s top award.
Traditional venue sets the scene for lively reunion in Frankfurt
22 guests joined LUMS event hosts Libby Packham and Clare Edwards for a lively alumni reunion in Frankfurt on Friday 22 November.
New European role for LUMS in AACSB
Following her recent attendance at the AACSB Annual European Conference in Copenhagen, Kerry Fenton, LUMS Graduate Management School Administrator and Teaching Quality Support Officer, has been appointed to the leadership team for the AACSB European Affinity Group.
Management Science student writing new column for GB Mag
Management Science student Bin Xiang is writing a monthly column for Great British Mag, a magazine intended for international students thinking of studying in Britain.
Success for Lancaster's STOR-i Centre for Doctoral Training
Stor-i, Lancaster's Centre for Doctoral Training in Statistics and Operational Research, is part of a new investment of £350 million annonunced by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
SMEs and business schools need closer working links
Moves to encourage collaboration between SMEs and business schools should not just focus on supporting the relatively few firms with the potential to become large global brands, argues Ellie Hamilton.View on the FT website