Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Higher tuition fees reduce the risk of students dropping out of university
When fees go up, dropout rates go down, according to research by economist Giuseppe Migali.
New course to develop responsible leaders
A unique online Masters programme aiming to develop responsible, future global leaders has been launched.
Explainer: how does the weather affect the economy?
Economist Geraint Johnes examines how a hot summer can affect our spending habits.
Comedian Rainer Hersch honoured with alumni award
A LUMS graduate who went on to become a musician and comedian has been presented with an alumni award during this year's graduation ceremonies.
FT's Gillian Tett receives honorary degree
US Managing Editor of the Financial Times Gillian Tett was among those to receive an honorary degree during last week's graduation ceremonies.
Sustainability: the contribution corporations can make
Gail Whiteman, from the Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business, argues that corporate sustainability needs to be increased in an interview for the European Commission on Sustainability.View full article on the European Commission on Sustainability website
The sacrifices of the Anglican priesthood
A study into the lives of Church of England clergy, revealing the personal costs of committing yourself to God, has been carried out by LUMS's Caroline Gatrell and Bishop Nigel Peyton.
New research to help the Lake District attract Chinese visitors
Two Management School students have been commissioned to help Lake District businesses by researching Chinese attitudes to overseas travel and tourism.