Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
The human cost of Zika is clear, but will Brazil’s economy suffer too?
Economist Geraint Johnes reflects on other outbreaks to get to grips with the likely impacts of Zika.
How do celebrity chef campaigns motivate change?
James Cronin and Gillian Hopkinson explore if, and how, celebrity chef campaigns effect change in the Journal of Marketing Management.View the article on the Journal of Marketing Management website
Market economy status for China after 2016?
LUMS economist Dr Maurizio Zanardi was an expert speaker at a meeting of the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade, which took place on 28 January. Dr Zanardi discussed the economic implications of granting market economy status to China.
Project Management students embark on world record challenge
Could you break a world record? That was the challenge put before a class of postgraduate students last term.
Entrepreneurship academics win Journal of Small Business Management award
Dr Josip Kotlar and Professor Alfredo De Massis have received the Journal of Small Business Management (JSBM) Editor's Choice Award.
Have your say on family business
Does your family run a business? If so, LUMS researchers want just a few minutes of your time.
How smaller universities can punch above their weight
Lancaster Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research Stephen Decent discusses how some disciplines at Lancaster, including the Management School, outperformed larger universities in the research excellence framework.View the article on the Times Higher Education website
Lancaster MBA rises to 35th in FT Global MBA Ranking 2016
In the latest Financial Times Global MBA Ranking, the Lancaster MBA is ranked 4th in the UK, 1st in the UK for Salary Increase and 35th in the world overall – a rise of 15 places.