Jeremy Horder on criminal law reformFoundations Monday 23-Saturday 28 February 2015What do students think of LSE’s summer school?Supporting the development and success of the creative industries - Dr Gerben Bakker helped boost the economic impact of film and other media

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This week’s Gearty Grilling: Jeremy Horder on criminal law reform|Jeremy Horder, Professor of Criminal Law, discusses how too few MPs have been punished for corruption and how too many criminals get to keep their assets.  An EU Capital Markets Union offers a 'real opportunity across Europe'|The UK City Minister argues in favour of an EU capital markets union at a conference organised by LSE’s Systemic Risk Centre and Goldman Sachs.High rise estates can work if they are made energy efficient, says new LSE report|Residents of a West London tower block estate enjoyed a better quality of life following energy efficient refurbishments, according to a new report by Professor Anne Power.

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Gina Rippon              

Gender and the Brain| 

Are there “hardwired” psychological differences between men and women? What does “hardwiring” even mean? John Dupré, Professor of Philosophy of Science at the University of Exeter, and Gina Rippon, Professor of Cognitive Neuroimaging at Aston University, will take part in this discussion. Event date: Monday 2 March

 

Power and Order, Peace and War: lessons for Asia from 1914-18|

Could it all happen again? Hugh White, Professor of Strategic Studies at the Australian National University and author of The China Choice  will argue that imagining a new regional order to fit the fast-changing realities in Asia will make war less likely. Event date: Tuesday 3 March

A Conversation with Eric Ries|

Eric Ries, entrepreneur and author of the New York Times bestseller The Lean Startup: how constant innovation creates radically successful businesses will be in conversation at this LSE Entrepreneurship event next month. Event date: Friday 6 March

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Jan Kleinheisterkamp            

Speaker: Dr Jan Kleinheisterkamp
Recorded: Thursday 12 February 2015, approx. 86 minutes  

 

Speakers: William Hague MP, Angelina Jolie Pitt, Professor Christine Chinkin 
Recorded: Tuesday 10 February 2015, approx. 39 minutes           

Speaker: Professor Kenneth Benoit
Recorded: Monday 16 February 2015, approx. 92 minutes             

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