LUMS in the news: recent media coverage
Family-Driven Innovation: Resolving the Paradox in Family Firms
Alfredo De Massis et al examine innovation within family firms in an article in California Management Review.View the article on the Berkeley Haas website
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.
What's it like to study Accounting & Finance?
Accounting and finance student Jennifer Hanford, 21, tells the Complete University Guide about her experience at Lancaster.View Jennifer's profile on The Complete University Guide website
Credit controls incited high-cost evasion
In a letter published in the Financial Times, GR Steele comments on the warning that the Bank of England may introduce rationing by way of credit controls. He says that the credit controls of the 1960s and 1970s, while different in detail, incited all manner of high-cost evasion: disintermediation, parallel banking and offshore funding.View article on the FT website
London property bubble risks are overblown, say agents
A report in the Financial Times cites research from LUMS's UK Housing Market Observatory, which predicts a housing price bubble in London.View the article on the Financial Times website