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Lancaster provides Far East business opportunities 16/10/15

Lancaster provides Far East business opportunities

More than 60 businesses have established stronger links with China in the last two years through working with Lancaster University.

How data empowered the economic individual and gained a Nobel for Angus Deaton 13/10/15

How data empowered the economic individual and gained a Nobel for Angus Deaton

This year's award recognises the value of micro analysis and good, old-fashioned legwork, argues Dr Vincent O'Sullivan. 

Baking giant to explain reasons behind business success 09/10/15

Baking giant to explain reasons behind business success

The head of Britain’s biggest bakery brand, Warburtons, is set to share the key reasons behind the company’s success.

Launch of new UK Housing Market Observatory 09/10/15

Launch of new UK Housing Market Observatory

Lancaster's Economics Department has launched a new UK Housing Market Observatory, featuring a website that provides detailed analysis of the dynamics of house prices nationwide.

What will the Lottery changes actually mean? 08/10/15

What will the Lottery changes actually mean?

Professor Ian Walker explains in the Mirror that changes coming in this weekend will make it about three times harder to win the jackpot. 

Read the article on the Mirror website
Chinese research investment for North West companies 07/10/15

Chinese research investment for North West companies

Four North West businesses have received research and development funding from a Chinese government body.

Lancaster academics named HR top thinkers 06/10/15

Lancaster academics named HR top thinkers

Two Lancaster academics have been named in the top 20 of HR Magazine’s "Most Influential Thinker 2015" list.

Too many smart northerners leave for London 06/10/15

Too many smart northerners leave for London

In the Independent, LUMS's Dr Vincent O'Sullivan and Dr Hakim Yadi, Chief Executive of the Northern Health Science Alliance, argue that any Northern Powerhouse must try to bring talented graduates back from the capital. 

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Why we should worry less about rising CEO pay 05/10/15

Why we should worry less about rising CEO pay

Swarnodeep Homroy argues that it is compensation for the risk of dismissal, rather than greed, which is behind rising CEO salaries.