LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

The effect of virtual interactions on wellbeing 19/11/14

The effect of virtual interactions on wellbeing

In an article on HR Magazine, LUMS PhD student Jean-François Stich explains his new research project, jointly supervised by Dr Patrick Stacey and Professor Cary Cooper.

Is it still worth going to university? 19/11/14

Is it still worth going to university?

Research by LUMS economist Ian Walker is cited extensively in a blog post on the Channel 4 news website. 

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Do we need HR? How the function has developed 18/11/14

Do we need HR? How the function has developed

In an opinion piece in HR Magazine, Paul Sparrow describes some of the themes of the latest book to come out of Lancaster's Centre for Performance-Led HR.

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Cash cows, problem children and dogs; how not to manage talent 07/11/14

Cash cows, problem children and dogs; how not to manage talent

Professor Paul Sparrow describes how organisations should manage talent in an article in Marketing Magazine.

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Why are there not more medium-sized businesses in the UK? 31/10/14

Why are there not more medium-sized businesses in the UK?

Ian Gordon, director of Lancaster's LEAD 2 Innovate programme, is quoted in a feature in the Guardian about how British entrepreneurs can grow their businesses.

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Bookmakers accused of luring women and young people to bet 31/10/14

Bookmakers accused of luring women and young people to bet

Dr Carolyn Downs is quoted in a story in the Mail Online about how betting companies have been accused of encouraging young people and women to gamble by taking bets on the outcome of reality television shows.

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