Friday 24 January 2014

LSE in print

STUDENTS INVADE HQ OF UNI FAT CATS
Morning Star, 23/01/2014, p.1, Luke James
cent last year. Forty fat cats lapped up a 10 per cent extra and just one of Britain's university leaders earns less than the Prime Minister, a union analysis showed. London School of Economics lured new vice-chancellor Craig Calhoun from the US by handing him a basic salary of £435,000. Ms Hunt said: "Vice-chancellors need to stop hiding behind shadowy  

Drug Makers Tiptoe Back Into Antibiotics
The Wall Street Journal (Europe), 24/01/2014, p.1, Hester Plumridge
antibiotics make it to market, oncology drugs are on average three times as profitable, and musculoskeletal drugs produce more than 10 times the returns, according to estimates from a 2009 London School of Economics report. For example, ceftaroline fosamil, an antibiotic approved in the U.S. in 2010, costs around $600 for a sevenday course. Contrast that to yervoy, a new
http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702303465004579322601579895822?mg=reno64-wsj&url=http%3A%2F%2Fonline.wsj.com%2Farticle%2FSB10001424052702303465004579322601579895822.html|  

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit 12A, [...]
The Times, 24/01/2014, p.7, Kate Muir
Throughout, Pine looks puppyishly enthusiastic about his tasks: saving America from two sorts of ticking bombs, one financial. The action thriller begins with Ryan as an American student at the London School of Economics, who sees 9/11 on the television and rushes off with patriotic determination to join the US Marines. Returning to work in Wall Street (where he is

A thriller reboot so old-school, we can still boo the Russians
The Independent, 24/01/2014, p.43, Unattributed
an enjoyably old-fashioned affair with more than a whiff of John Buchan about it. Branagh strikes a relentless narrative tempo. It only takes him minutes to whisk us from the London School of Economics (where Chris Pine's Jack Ryan is studying when the Twin Towers are attacked) to Afghanistan (where he goes as a marine in 2003), and then on
http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/reviews/jack-ryan-shadow-recruit-film-review-a-thriller-reboot-so-oldschool-we-can-still-boo-the-russians-9081508.html|  

Casually dressed cabbies can relax as Farage disowns Ukip's manifesto
The Guardian, 24/01/2014, p.3, Rowena Mason
defend the 2010 manifesto. I didn't put it together. But it will be similar in flavour," he said. Farage addressed the issue again last night during a lecture at the London School of Economics, emphasising the party "got it wrong" when it came to publishing policies at the last election. In a series of 2010 documents, Ukip proposed detailed plans
http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/jan/23/nigel-farage-ukip-2010-election-manifesto|  

My career feels like a cosmic accident
The Daily Mirror, 24/01/2014, p.4, Alun Palmer
down a highlypaid job on Wall Street to join the marines in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. "He's an American capitalist who was getting his PhD at the London School of Economics and was probably going to make a fortune in the private sector," Pine, 33, says. "In a moment, he chose to do away with all that

It's Kirk and Keira, but not as we know them
Daily Mail, 24/01/2014, p.51, Unattributed
Kenneth Branagh direct and play the villain; and not only does Keira Knightley pout beautifully as the love interest; but our hero begins the film as a student at the London School Of Economics. This is a splendidly British set of attributes, yet Branagh plays a Russian, Knightley an American, and our hero soon swaps the LSE for another set
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/reviews/article-2545034/Its-Kirk-Keira-not-know-Chris-Pine-breathes-refreshing-new-life-latest-installment-Tom-Clancys-Jack-Ryan-series.html| 

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Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
The Times Online, 24/01/2014, p.1, Unattributed
story. Throughout, Pine looks puppyishly enthusiastic about his tasks: saving America from two sorts of ticking bombs, one financial.The action thriller begins with Ryan as an American student at the London School of Economics, who sees 9/11 on the television and rushes off with patriotic determination to join the US Marines. Returning to work in Wall Street (where he is

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, film review: A thriller reboot so old-school we can still boo the Russians
The Independent (Web), 23/01/2014, Unattributed
an enjoyably old-fashioned affair with more than a whiff of John Buchan about it. Branagh strikes a relentless narrative tempo. It only takes him minutes to whisk us from the London School of Economics (where Chris Pine's Jack Ryan is studying when the Twin Towers are attacked) to Afghanistan (where he goes as a marine in 2003), and then on
http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/reviews/jack-ryan-shadow-recruit-film-review-a-thriller-reboot-so-oldschool-we-can-still-boo-the-russians-9081508.html|  

It's Kirk and Keira, but not as we know them: Chris Pine breathes refreshing new life to the latest installment of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan series
Mail Online UK (Web), 24/01/2014, Brian Viner
Kenneth Branagh direct and play the villain; and not only does Keira Knightley pout beautifully as the love interest; but our hero begins the film as a student at the London School Of Economics. This is a splendidly British set of attributes, yet Branagh plays a Russian, Knightley an American, and our hero soon swaps the LSE for another set
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/reviews/article-2545034/Its-Kirk-Keira-not-know-Chris-Pine-breathes-refreshing-new-life-latest-installment-Tom-Clancys-Jack-Ryan-series.html|  

Participation BRICS Policy Center conference on ‘The Rise of the Global South: towards an agenda for the new century’ at LSE – London School of Economics
17/01/2014
Mention of CAF conference at LSE on ‘The Rise of the Global South’ last week.
http://bricspolicycenter.org/homolog/Event/Evento/724|  

Perusahaan Negara Ini Punya Manajemen Terbaik di Dunia
Viva News, 24/01/2014
Business, Raffaela Sadun dari Harvard Business School, dan John Van Reenen dari London School of Economics. Para ekonom tersebut telah melakukan penelitian selama 10 tahun dengan menyurvei...
http://us.bisnis.news.viva.co.id/news/read/475908-perusahaan-negara-ini-punya-manajemen-terbaik-di-dunia|  

Glücksmanager Paul Dolan im Interview: Wie das Glück bei uns bleibt
Computerwoche, 24/01/2014
und grinsen ist albern, macht aber auch glücklich. Paul Dolan, Verhaltensforscher der London School of Economics erklärt, wie man sonst noch glücklich wird und vor ...
http://www.computerwoche.de/a/wie-das-glueck-bei-uns-bleibt,2552862|  

Health and wellbeing should feature in independence debate
Herald Scotland, 24/01/2014
inexorably sucking in resources, people and energy" by Tony Travers of the London School of Economics. Even Chan¬cellor George Osborne recognises the dangers of London to the UK economy and has...
http://www.heraldscotland.com/comment/letters/health-and-wellbeing-should-feature-in-independence-debate.23257237|  

Carmen Heredia-Lopez Appointed Chief Investment Officer for Chicago Teachers' Pension Fund
Chicago Daily Herald, 24/01/2014
s Booth School of Business in 1997 and also studied at the London School of Economics. She graduated magna cum laude in international management and marketing from Georgetown University. Heredia-Lopez...
http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20140123/submitted/140129951/|  

Coronel named dean at Columbia Journalism School
Good News Pilipinas, 24/01/2014, Vida Cruz
and holder of a Master’s Degree in Political Sociology from the London School of Economics, Coronel began her career in investigative journalism in 1982 at the Philippine Panorama. Her investigative career in the Philippines spanned five presidents...
http://www.goodnewspilipinas.co/coronel-named-dean-columbia-journalism-school/|  

Duke Energy names Catherine Stempien vice president of corporate development
International Business Times, 23/01/2014
degree in government from Dartmouth College. She also completed a joint Dartmouth/ London School of Economics program in comparative political studies and recently participated in the Advanced...
http://www.ibtimes.com/press-release/20140123/duke-energy-names-catherine-stempien-vice-president-corporate-development|  

Duke Energy names Catherine Stempien vice president of corporate development
WTRF, 23/01/2014
in government from Dartmouth College . She also completed a joint Dartmouth / London School of Economics program in comparative political studies and recently participated in the Advanced Management...
http://www.wtrf.com/story/24533230/duke-energy-names-catherine-stempien-vice-president-of-corporate-development|  

Nigel Farage: Ukip Will Get Rid Of Me If We Fail In The European Elections
UK News on The Huffington Post, 23/01/2014, Ned Simons
bad defeats in the polls. In a characteristically colourful speech to the London School of Economics on Thursday evening, Farage said he had staked everything on this May's ballot, which Ukip are widely tipped to win. "My future as leader of Ukip...
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/01/23/nigel-farage-ukip-leader-european-elections_n_4654232.html|  

Debt and EMIs: Major hurdle for thousands of aspiring entrepreneurs in India
Economic Times, 23/01/2014
could live off for a year," says Swati Bhargava, 31, an London School of Economics graduate and an alumnus of Goldman Sachs.The Bhargavas also pumped about £150,000 of their savings into the...
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/emerging-businesses/entrepreneurship/debt-and-emis-major-hurdle-for-thousands-of-aspiring-entrepreneurs-in-india/articleshow/29268168.cms|  

Alexandros “Alexi” Petersen: Gentleman, Scholar, and Punk Rocker
Washington City Paper, 23/01/2014, Rebecca Mills
went on to study at King’s College in London and the London School of Economics before beginning his career as a scholar. In a statement released by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for...
http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/artsdesk/music/2014/01/23/alexandros-alexi-petersen-gentleman-scholar-and-punk-rocker/|  

Cuts: Put down the axe, George. Here are some new ideas
The Big Issue, 23/01/2014, Theo Hooper
cover even one month of the UK’s fiscal deficit. Garrick Hileman, LSE economic historian Identify £120bn of waste. And then cut it out Despite all the talk of hard truths, the government continue...
http://www.bigissue.com/features/3456/cuts-put-down-the-axe-george-here-are-some-new-ideas|  

Here’s Proof That America Has The Best-Managed Companies In The World
Political News, 23/01/2014, Alison Griswold
Raffaella Sadun of Harvard Business School, and John Van Reenen of the London School of Economics — have spent a decade and counting on the project, surveying more than 10,000 organizations across 20 countries. They've focused on three key management...
http://www.businessinsider.com/why-american-companies-are-managed-best-2014-1?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+businessinsider+%28Business+Insider%29|  

Wheels of justice turning slowly in Anthony Wu saga
South China Morning Post, 23/01/2014
different take on working in the finance industry. Speaking at the 2014 London School of Economics Alternative Investment conference, he told his young audience that they should expect to work...
http://www.scmp.com/business/article/1412069/wheels-justice-turning-slowly-anthony-wu-saga|  

Aristotle Capital Management Further Expands Sales and Marketing Team
Reuters, 23/01/2014
of Arts degree in Economics from Wheaton College. He also attended the London School of Economics and Political Science. About Aristotle Capital Management With offices in Los Angeles and...
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/23/ca-aristotle-capital-idUSnBw235195a+100+BSW20140123|  

LSE on TV/Radio

News
BBC News 24, 23/01/2014
Roger Graef, Visiting Fellow at the Mannheim Centre, talks about crime statistics released yesterday.

The Daily Politics
BBC 2 Scotland, 23/01/2014
Fiona McLeod, MSP for Strathkelvin and Bearsden, quotes Professor Tony Travers during a debate on Scottish independence.

Global with Jon Sopel
BBC World, 23/01/2014
Professor Fawaz Gerges discusses the situation in Eqypt.

Film Review
BBC Radio Kent, 23/01/2014
LSE is mentioned in a review of ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’.

News
BBC London Radio, 24/01/2014
Report of Nigel Farage’s speech at LSE last night and discussion of UKIP’s credibility.

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