Showing 1-10 of 58 results

Sort by

Relevancy
LSE national study on autism

LSE national study on autism

A major report authored by LSE researchers has been launched in the House of Lords to address the £32 billion annual cost of autism to the UK.

The mismanaged soul

The mismanaged soul

Strategies to boost staff performance and morale by manipulating our desire for meaningful work can achieve the opposite effect.

'Boring cities' more likely to nurture innovation

A creative buzz and big ideas have long been associated with innovation, but new research shows that simple hard work is the most important factor.

Russia

Russia's state of the art media strategy

As Russia pursues an increasingly aggressive foreign policy in recent years, a new study argues that media monitoring can shed light on the Kremlin’s opaque decision-making processes.

Growing up digital

Growing up digital

A new report has found children are left to learn about the internet on their own.

LSE awarded £32 million by HEFCE

LSE awarded £32 million by HEFCE

The grant will contribute to the development of the Centre Buildings, which will house the International Inequalities Institute

New Year Honours at LSE

New Year Honours at LSE

Congratulations to all our staff, former staff and former students who were recognised in the 2017 New Year Honours

Obesity epidemic

Obesity epidemic

A new LSE study suggests that our 21st century, globalised lifestyles are fuelling the rise of obesity.

Electricity consumption data shows significant economic activity downturn post Brexit

Electricity consumption data shows significant economic activity downturn post Brexit

LSE researchers' analysis shows how economic activity in England and Wales has slumped since the EU referendum vote

Cognitive abilities of low birth weight children show dramatic improvement

Cognitive abilities of low birth weight children show dramatic improvement

The gap between the cognitive abilities of children born with a low birth weight and those born with a normal weight has decreased by 50 per cent over the last 40 years or more