Public discussion marking launch of the LSE Business Review 

This event marks the official launch of the LSE Business Review blog bringing together a panel of prominent economists Vince Cable, Diane Coyle OBE, Bronwyn Curtis and Anna Leach to discuss productivity, the UK’s economic future and the road ahead.

The evening will end with a networking drinks reception with speakers and the LSE Business Review team.

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LSE statement on socially responsible investment review

LSE Council has approved a series of recommendations to strengthen the School’s socially responsible investment policy.


For more information, click here.


Centre Buildings Redevelopment Demolition works

The Capital Development team have been liaising with Westminster City Council regarding the demolition working hours and have agreed a slight change to the quiet periods.


These were 10am-12pm and 2-4pm but from Monday 23 November these times will be change as follows, giving an additional half an hour of quieter time in the afternoon which is offset by half an hour earlier start in the mornings before 8am:


Noisier: 7.30-10am

Quieter: 10am-12pm;

Noisier: 12-2pm;

Quieter: 2-4.30pm;

Noisier: 4.30-6pm

IMT Maintenance Sunday - 20 December 2015

On Sunday 20 December from 8am-8pm LSE IT services will be unavailable throughout the day while IMT perform essential maintenance to the network.


Find out more on the LSE IT News Blog.


On Friday 4 December, 5-8pm, the top floor of the New Academic Building will be hosting its monthly Aperitivo. They’ll be serving a range of prosecco, champagne, classic cocktails and fine wines with an accompanying selection of delicious Italian bites.


The top floor of the NAB offers spectacular views and is a great opportunity to get together for a team social or to unwind at the end of the week. There will be a credit card machine on site for those of you who don’t carry cash.

Did you know? LSE Cities' Urban Age Programme is 10...


Urban Age... its birth stemmed from the conviction that cities reflect not only our most acute problems but also our great innovations, opportunities and solutions. 


Read more on the LSE History blog, The Urban Age, ten years on.



Have you visited the Foundations: LSE and the science of society in the LSE Library? Book a place on a lunchtime talk by the exhibition team.


2015 is LSE’s 120th anniversary: #LSE120 

Public events

Migration - Challenge of Our Generation 

Speaker: Peter Sutherland

Date: Thursday 03 December 2015, 6.00-7.30pm


In Wartime: stories from Ukraine

Speaker: Tim Judah

Date: Monday 07 December 2015, 6.30-8pm


Each Age Gets the Great Powers It Needs: 20,000 years of international relations 

Speaker: Professor Ian Morris

Date: Tuesday 08 December 2015, 6.30-8pm


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