Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Unemployment is bad for your health
A new report from Lancaster University's Work Foundation shows how men suffer a double whammy from joblessness. Services are failing to address serious health problems that are aggravated by unemployment, hampering mens' chances of finding and retaining a job.
Professor Cary Cooper awarded knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours
Cary Cooper, Distinguished Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at LUMS, has been knighted for his services to social science.
Explosive London housing bubble will spread to the rest of the UK
Escalating house prices are no longer just a London quirk – research by a team of LUMS economists supports the view that the housing market is the biggest issue for the UK economy.
Leading family businesses to help direct impactful academic research
Leading figures from the business world are to help direct academic thinking on family businesses, such a vital part of the UK economy.
Lancaster wins prestigious Small Business Charter Award
Lancaster University is celebrating after attaining the Small Business Charter Gold Award – one of only three - in recognition of the role it has played in helping to kick-start British enterprise.
Engaging with employees will keep your competitive edge
Cary Cooper encourages employers to be enterprising, innovative and forward-thinking in their search for graduate talent.View on the HR Magazine website
Those crying Not Under My Back Yard must not call the shots on fracking
It's time for a dispassionate assessment of the risks of shale gas extraction and whether they can be managed, argues Mark Shackleton.
LUMS on the up in latest Guardian league table
Lancaster has charged ahead of its Russell Group peers to be ranked 10th in the Guardian League table 2015, confirming its place among the world’s elite institutions.