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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?

Economic hardship linked to increase in number of boys born to Chinese-Americans

Economic hardship linked to increase in number of boys born to Chinese-Americans

U.S. Chinese-Americans witnessed increases in the fraction of new-born boys during the 2008-2010 Great Recession.

Children born to single mothers benefit when biological father joins family

Children born to single mothers benefit when biological father joins family

Some of the negative consequences on the wellbeing of a child born to a single mother can be reduced if their biological father joins and stays with the family finds new LSE research.

LSE Health strengthens engagement with NICE

LSE Health strengthens engagement with NICE

LSE Health and NICE are to collaborate on a number of research and educational activities

LSE academic contributes to internet safety report

LSE academic contributes to internet safety report

Professor Sonia Livingstone has contributed to a report on internet safety for the Lords Select Communications Committee

Norway takes top spot in 2017 World Happiness Report

Norway takes top spot in 2017 World Happiness Report

The World Happiness Report 2017, released today with significant input from LSE’s Professor Richard Layard, includes an analysis of happiness in the workplace for the first time.

Brexit and the City

Brexit and the City

A hard Brexit without a Free Trade Agreement will have substantial negative effects on The City, according to new LSE research

Understanding and tackling gender violence across war and peace

Understanding and tackling gender violence across war and peace

LSE’s Centre for Women, Peace and Security has launched a new project to investigate gender-based violence in conflict–affected societies.

Family Offices

Family Offices

New research highlights the shadowy role of the ‘Family Office’ for wealthy elites

Do safe spaces threaten free speech?

Do safe spaces threaten free speech?

Both safe spaces and anti-terrorism strategies such as Prevent imperil free speech on campuses.