LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

More people drop out of the workforce 15/11/17

More people drop out of the workforce

Professor Geraint Johnes comments on the latest job market figures in the Guardian.

View the Guardian Business Live feed (10:32)
Audrey Azoulay appointed as Director-General of UNESCO 15/11/17

Audrey Azoulay appointed as Director-General of UNESCO

LUMS alumna and former French Minister of Culture and Communication Audrey Azoulay is the new Director-General of UNESCO. 

View the article on the UNESCO webpage
Rolls-Royce Director to visit Lancaster to help improve productivity of region’s businesses 01/11/17

Rolls-Royce Director to visit Lancaster to help improve productivity of region’s businesses

The Global Director of Manufacturing for Rolls-Royce is coming to Lancaster this month to address burning questions from North West business leaders about productivity within the manufacturing and engineering industry

Rate rise might be 'premature' 25/10/17

Rate rise might be 'premature'

Geraint Johnes explains why he thinks an interest rate rise could be "premature".

View the Live Feed on the BBC (9:45)
Women have less time for hobbies because they spend more time on chores than men 25/10/17

Women have less time for hobbies because they spend more time on chores than men

Professor Margaret Hogg comments on a study which finds that women have less time for hobbies than men because of household commitments.

View the article on the Telegraph website
More work, less pay: Is the UK’s low-wage economy working? 20/10/17

More work, less pay: Is the UK’s low-wage economy working?

Economist Geraint Johnes discusses productivity in this article on Deutsche Welle.

View the article on Deutsche Welle