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More generous state unemployment benefits may protect the health of unemployed men|Men who lose their job in US states that provide generous unemployment benefits are at lower risk of poor health, according to research led by Jonathan Cylus of LSE.Research Excellence Framework 2014|The 2014 Research Excellence Framework shows LSE as the top university in the UK for world-leading research.Migration and London focus of new book by LSE London|The current debate on migration needs to be better informed and based on an understanding of the impact and contributions of different migrant groups, according to a new book by LSE London.

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Events Leaflet Spring 2014                            

LSE’s public events programme from January to March has been announced|

Everyone is welcome to attend LSE’s public events, where some of the most influential figures in the social sciences can be heard. Check out the programme of next terms events including lectures, discussions, concerts and exhibitions.

 

Should Markets be Moral?|

Robert Skidelsky, Emeritus Professor of Political Economy at the University of Warwick, will be in conversation at this event. Event date: Wednesday 14 January

LSE Works|

LSE is delighted to continue the success of LSE Works  with a third series of public lectures that will showcase some of the latest research by LSE's academic departments and research centres. The series kicks off on 15 January with Professor Daniel Ferreira discussing Corporate Boards: facts and myths.

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Tessa Jowell        

Speaker: Dame Tessa Jowell
Recorded: Monday 08 December 2014, approx. 78 minutes 

 

Speaker: Professor William Easterly
Recorded: Monday 08 December 2014, approx. 82 minutes         

Speaker: Professor Angus Deaton
Recorded: Tuesday 09 December 2014, approx. 79 minutes         

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Stalin's Agent        
 
For more detailed listings of the latest releases and forthcoming titles written and edited by LSE academics, please see our Publications| page.