LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

Management Today: 'How to carry on working past 60' 03/03/14

Management Today: 'How to carry on working past 60'

Professor Cary Cooper is quoted in a feature in Management Today, advising how to get the most out of yourself at work once past 60.

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FT: ‘Economists back development of UK shale gas industry’ 25/02/14

FT: ‘Economists back development of UK shale gas industry’

Professor Bob Rothschild is quoted in a Financial Times article about the economic benefits of fracking for shale gas in Northwest England.

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China Daily Europe: 'Call for a more creative country' 24/02/14

China Daily Europe: 'Call for a more creative country'

China urgently needs to improve the level and efficiency of its innovation and should consider unconventional methods of integration, argues Dr Fu Xiaolan. Dr Fu, who completed her PhD in Economics at Lancaster and before that her Masters, is now Director of the Technology and Management for Development Centre at Oxford University.  

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Guardian profiles LUMS Marketing graduate 19/02/14

Guardian profiles LUMS Marketing graduate

The Guardian has published an interview with LUMS Marketing graduate Matt Barlow, chief executive of Christians Against Poverty, about his charity's work in debt counselling and relief.

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Lancaster Guardian: 'To frack or not – that is the question facing rival factions' 10/02/14

Lancaster Guardian: 'To frack or not – that is the question facing rival factions'

Professor Mark Shackleton argues the case for fracking for shale gas in Lancashire in an article in the Lancaster Guardian.

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FT: 'Sterilisation is a cosmetic exercise' 10/02/14

FT: 'Sterilisation is a cosmetic exercise'

The Financial Times has published a letter by LUMS economist Dr John Whittaker, in which he argues that the European Central Bank's so-called 'sterilisation' is a cosmetic exercise, and removing it would not change much.

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