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Can Build to Rent help to solve the housing crisis?

If current trends continue, the Build to Rent sector could expand to produce up to 250,000 new homes by 2030, suggests a new report by LSE London.

Workplace rudeness wreaks havoc on employees' health

A new study on workplace rudeness reveals the damage that employers can wreak on an employee’s health and sense of belonging by treating them unfairly.

Pen and paper help retain knowledge

A study of university students across 10 countries shows that pen and paper still holds some value over computers, particularly when it comes to retaining knowledge.

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Urbanisation in China – Patterns and Governance

As elsewhere, urbanisation in China consists of two processes. One is a rising share of urban population driven by rural-to-urban migration and the other is expanding urban footprint.Join us this week for the latest LSE Works event featuring Professor Athar Hussain. Event date: Wednesday 22 February.

 

Was Brexit a Populist Revolution?

Brexit has been viewed by many as part of a populist revolution sweeping not only the UK, but Europe and beyond. Why did Britain vote for Brexit? Was it a result of a UKIP-led revolt on the right? This discussion will explore the motivations of the leave vote and the implications for UK politics. Event date: Tuesday 21 February.

LSE Literary Festival 2017: Revolutions

LSE's 9th annual Literary Festival, marks the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, but also anniversaries of revolutions in literature, international relations, politics, religion and science. A series of talks, discussions, film screenings, workshops and events for children, free to attend and open to all. Event date: 20-25 February.

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Drug Policies Beyond the War on Drugs?                                           
Video

Speakers: Dr John Collins (pictured), Professor Lawrence Phillips 
Recorded: Wednesday 15 February 2015, approx. 96 minutes    

 
A Renewed Case for the Union                                                                   
Audio

Speaker: Ruth Davidson
Recorded: 
Monday 13 February 2017

Economics and the Cultivation of Virtue                                                      
Audio

Speaker: Professor Jeffrey D Sachs
Recorded: Monday 13 February 2017

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