LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

Woman in a man's world: Commodities manager leaves Brazil for Lancaster MBA 30/11/15

Woman in a man's world: Commodities manager leaves Brazil for Lancaster MBA

MBA student Barbara Silveira tells BusinessBecause why she chose Lancaster and how schools can help promote gender diversity in business.

View the article on the BusinessBecause website
Token women? 27/11/15

Token women?

Swarnodepp Homroy looks at efforts to increase the number of women on executive boards and ways to avoid "tokenism". 

View the article on the Management.Issues website
Ethics in business 25/11/15

Ethics in business

The Pentland Centre's Gail Whiteman and Rodney Irwin from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development discuss how businesses can change on BBC Radio Lancashire.

Listen to the interview on the BBC Radio Lancashire website (at around 2:27:00)
Maritime Silk Road opportunities abound 25/11/15

Maritime Silk Road opportunities abound

Professor Wei Shen and colleagues discuss China's relationship with Africa in the China Daily.

View the article on the China Daily website
Fewer fathers the sole breadwinner 25/11/15

Fewer fathers the sole breadwinner

Professor Caroline Gatrell is quoted in an article in the Daily Mail about working fathers going part-time to spend time with their family.

View the full article on the Daily Mail website
SPAC for good? 24/11/15

SPAC for good?

Dr Lars Helge Hass of the Department of Accounting and Finance is quoted in Financier Worldwide magazine, talking about the effects on the investment landscape of special purpose acquisition companies, or 'SPAC' for short.

View on the Financier Worldwide website