LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

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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'Smart drugs' in the workplace 30/10/14

'Smart drugs' in the workplace

Writing in HR Magazine, Dr Karen Dale calls for more debate about use and effect of 'smart drugs' at work.

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There are two sides to flexibility 30/10/14

There are two sides to flexibility

In his column in HR Magazine Cary Cooper says that new underemployment figures hint at the polarising effects of flexibility without balance.

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Sharia student loans are flawed 28/10/14

Sharia student loans are flawed

LUMS researcher Vasilis Pappas is quoted in a feature in politics.co.uk about the problems with sharia-compliant student loans.

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HR must stay focused on NHS wellbeing 23/10/14

HR must stay focused on NHS wellbeing

In an opinion piece in HR magazine, Professor Cary Cooper says that for most NHS staff the desire to help people and their own control over that role that is the real driver of wellbeing.

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