Comment & analysis
Financial markets are almost off cigarettes – will they now kick the oil habit?
Efforts to break our financial addiction to the energy sector might find useful lessons in the slow decline of tobacco, argues Mark Shackleton.
Why Europe can’t afford to ignore China’s New Silk Road
On the World Economic Forum website, Professor of International Business, Wei Shen, blogs about China's 'one belt, one road' initiative.View full blog post on the World Economic Forum website
The UK gender pay gap: Lessons from Hollywood
Figures released by the TUC show that the UK gender pay gap for top earners is currently 55%. Recent revelations from Hollywood show that both social and political action is needed to reduce this shocking statistic once and for all.
Pharma use loophole to hike up the price of drugs – so why doesn’t the NHS stop it?
We should be asking what a recent expose of drug price rises tells us about how health is being managed in the UK, argues Chris Ford.
Targets to bring women into the boardroom are missing the point
Swarnodeep Homroy and Colin Green argue that quotas do not necessarily solve the underlying cause of gender inequality.
Lessons from VW
Professor Bryan Lukas, from Lancaster's Marketing department, talks about what we can learn from the VW emissions scandal from a branding perspective.
Clinton’s anti-drugmaker rhetoric may win votes, but does it threaten our long-term health?
Clinton, who named drug companies among her enemies in this week's debate, is pushing policies that could hamper the flow of new medicines, argues Chris Ford in The Conversation.