LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

What the increase in remote working means for SMEs 22/02/17

What the increase in remote working means for SMEs

As the Work Foundation reports that more than 50% of UK businesses could have flexible working practices in place by the end of the year, Geraint Johnes explains what this means for small businesses.

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Millennial men earn £12,500 less by 30 than Gen X 10/02/17
House prices set to grow by 3.5% in the UK in 2017 09/02/17

House prices set to grow by 3.5% in the UK in 2017

The Housing Market Observatory predicts that UK house price rises will slow, but a crash is highly unlikely due to a sound economic outlook.

View the article on the Property Wire website
Why attacking free trade is great politics and bad economics 23/01/17

Why attacking free trade is great politics and bad economics

Research on Protectionism in American politics, by Paola Conconi, Giovanni Facchini and Maurizio Zanardi, is examined in Fortune.

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Challenges facing HR Directors of UK firms in 2017 03/01/17

Challenges facing HR Directors of UK firms in 2017

Emeritus Professor Paul Sparrow is quoted in this article on the impact of Brexit on HR.

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Bosses 'do not deserve bumper pay packets', study finds 03/01/17

Bosses 'do not deserve bumper pay packets', study finds

The link between what bosses are paid and a company's financial performance is "negligible", according to new research conducted by LUMS academics. 

View the article on the BBC website