Comment & analysis

LUMS researchers provide opinion and expert analysis of today's key issues.
Rate rise might be 'premature' 25/10/17

Rate rise might be 'premature'

Geraint Johnes explains why he thinks an interest rate rise could be "premature".

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Can the grim reality of published pay ratios really curb executive pay? 06/10/17

Can the grim reality of published pay ratios really curb executive pay?

Workers will soon get to see just how fat the fat cats have become, says the Work Foundation's Stephen Bevan.

The significance of relationships and rituals at work 26/09/17

The significance of relationships and rituals at work

The meaning employees attach to established routines and rituals can be sorely underappreciated, says Pete Thomas in HR Magazine.

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What is an Umbrella Agreement? 20/09/17

What is an Umbrella Agreement?

A post on Harvard Law School's blog discusses research by LUMS's Professor Stefanos Mouzas.

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UK needs 10,000 new people to keep position in world film production says Work Foundation report 30/06/17

UK needs 10,000 new people to keep position in world film production says Work Foundation report

Research from Lancaster University’s Work Foundation for the British Film Institute (BFI) says the UK film industry needs more diversity to prevent a skills shortage.

Calling all ‘Time Ninjas’: let’s put a stop to ludicrous job titles 29/06/17

Calling all ‘Time Ninjas’: let’s put a stop to ludicrous job titles

Silly labels for well-paid roles just add another layer of elitism, argues Cary Cooper.