"Familiarity, not unpredictability" key for Premier League audiences
The Guardian's Sean Ingle discusses research conducted by LUMS economist Rob Simmons and Liverpool University's Babatunde Buraimo, which suggests that fans prefer big names over competitive matches.View article on the Guardian website
LUMS research on smart data pricing featured in IEEE Comsoc blog
Research by Zhan Pang of the Department of Management Science is featured on the IEEE Comsoc blog. The research: 'Smart Data Pricing: to Share or Not to Share' was conducted with Yue Jin of Bell Labs.View article on the IEEE Comsoc website
Best paper award for LUMS academics
Kathryn Fahy, Mark Easterby-Smith and Jon Erland Lervik have been awarded the 'Best Paper for 2014' in the journal Management Learning for their article "The power of spatial and temporal orderings in organizational learning".
LUMS experts lead new drive to unlock airport capacity and tackle congestion
A major £2.8 million project led by researchers from LUMS is to find ways to address the UK's airport congestion – without relying solely on new airport building and expansion.
London’s congestion charge has made roads safer for all
New research by LUMS economist Professor Colin Green reveals that the introduction of London’s congestion charge led to a substantial reduction in the number of accidents.
Congestion charge has led to dramatic fall in accidents in London
The Guardian features research by LUMS economist Colin Green that shows a 40 per cent drop in traffic accidents since 2003.View article on The Guardian website