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Summer 2013

Welcome to the online version of LSE’s alumni magazine

LSE Connect is published in June and December and mailed free of charge to 100,000 LSE alumni worldwide. The magazine is also read by current and prospective students, current and former staff, visitors and friends of the School.

Summer 2013 issue

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To read the current issue online, click the magazine cover on the right or read the main articles below. If you prefer, you can download a full PDF Summer 2013|, or individual articles below, for personal use.

Features

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Why LSE is special|

What you tell us you value about the School.

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Drawing Board

Back to the drawing board|

Christopher Pissarides examines the tension between unemployment and fiscal austerity.

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Men Had Advantage

Men have had every advantage of us in telling their own story|

Mary Evans illustrates the importance of recording women's stories.

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Latefa Refugee

No-one chooses to be a refugee|

Latefa Guemar, a "scholar at risk", shares her story.

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Dizzying Media

Ten years of dizzying media|

Charlie Beckett reflects on a digital decade.

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Research Festival

Communicating research through visual media|

Jane Hindle offers a glimpse of the exhibition at the heart of the School's Research Festival.

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Fifty Years Robbins

Fifty years of Robbins|

Nicholas Barr and Howard Glennerster review the impact of the Robbins Report and alumna Baroness Blackstone considers what it meant for women's education.

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