Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Why Britain should play the long game with its Brexit strategy
With patience and a degree of moral ambivalence, the UK may find an EU that is increasingly open to the idea of free trade without free movement of people says Kim Kaivanto.
Report highlights economy boosting Lancaster University programme
A new report highlights the economic and political impact of a ground-breaking Lancaster University programme.
The Arctic just had the warmest winter on record. The repercussions will be global
What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic, explain Gail Whiteman and Jeremy Wilkinson.View the blog post on the World Economic Forum website
Forget the FTSE 500: the Arctic is the real barometer of global risk
Rapid changes in the Arctic are a warning sign that our social-ecological-economic system is out of whack, argue Gail Whiteman and Jeremy Wilkinson.View the blog post on the World Economic Forum website
Greenland’s ice sheets are disappearing faster than predicted - here’s why you should care
Gail Whiteman and Konrad Steffen outline three key reasons why melting in Greenland poses significant global economic risks.View the blog post on the World Economic Forum website
Academics to unlock patient information to create a healthier North West
Academics from across Lancaster University are coming together on a ground-breaking £20m initiative using data and technology in revolutionary ways to improve patient care and ultimately save lives in the North of England.
LUMS goes to WBCSD at Chennai
Ten LUMS students have been given the opportunity to learn about sustainable development at the annual meeting of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development in Chennai.
Lancaster Professor explores a mindful approach to technology use
A research article by Professor Monideepa Tarafdar, of the Management Science department, has recently been published by the MIT Sloan Management Review.
LUMS academic receives Shingo Award
Professor Mark Stevenson, Director of the MSc Management within the Department of Management Science, has become the recipient of the Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award.