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LSE and ITV investigate the psychology of risk

LSE and ITV investigate the psychology of risk

Collaboration between ITV and LSE academics emerged following 2016 executive education programme on managing risk

LSE ranked as London

LSE ranked as London's top university

LSE has retained its place as London’s leading university in the 'Complete University Guide' rankings for 2018.

LSE study reveals diverse career journeys of female leaders

LSE study reveals diverse career journeys of female leaders

A unique LSE project revealing how some of the world’s leading women in public life attained professional success through diverse and unplanned career paths is being launched in the House of Commons today.

LSE welcomes MPs

LSE welcomes MPs' report on Brexit challenge for universities

Professor Julia Black welcomes the report from the House of Commons Education Committee, ‘Exiting the EU: challenges and opportunities for higher education’

Dahrendorf Forum awarded over 2 million euros to examine Europe

Dahrendorf Forum awarded over 2 million euros to examine Europe's changing political landscape

LSE and the Hertie School of Governance, has been awarded €2.34 million to explore the future of Europe in an era of uncertainty

Remaking the right?

Remaking the right?

How online behaviour among America’s right wing helps us understand its society and politics.

£5 million for new LSE research centre looking at issues of public authority in fragile African countries

£5 million for new LSE research centre looking at issues of public authority in fragile African countries

A new LSE research centre, focusing on how societies are governed in impoverished and unstable places in Africa, is being launched with £5 million funding from ESRC.

Only children more likely to support parents in old age than children with siblings

Only children more likely to support parents in old age than children with siblings

The study analysed different sizes of families and examining the distance that children lived from their parents’ homes and family relationships.

A matter of life or death

A matter of life or death

What is the relationship between poverty and suicide in low and middle income countries?

LSE economist appointed UK head of global financial project

LSE economist appointed UK head of global financial project

LSE financial economist Dr Jean-Pierre Zigrand has been appointed UK principal investigator of a world-first global project to analyse high frequency financial data.