Wednesday 30 January 2014

LSE in print

Housing is London's big problem
Evening Standard, 29/01/2014, p.43, Unattributed
Ian Gordon, London School of Economics: “I work in London but could not afford a house for my family. I voted with my feet. The price I pay is a two-hour commute.”

No retreating to little England
Times Higher Education, 30/01/2014, Anne Corbett
Article by Anne Corbett, former visiting fellow of the European Institute at LSE. “I was an early reader. Let me be precise: I was an early reader of the Treaty of Rome. It was the 1960s and I was in my first job. I was told to write a paper on the policy implications of the Treaty of Rome for what was then a British industry giant.”
http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/comment/opinion/no-retreating-to-little-england/2010837.article| (£)

The week in higher education
Times Higher Education, 30/01/2014
Two student protesters charged with assault and resisting arrest are each set to receive £20,000 in damages after a YouTube video revealed what a judge called “shocking inconsistencies” in police officers’ accounts of the events. Former London School of Economics student Ashok Kumar was accused of twice pushing a police officer at a protest during a talk by David Willetts.
http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news/the-week-in-higher-education-30-january-2014/2010901.article|  

LSE online

High stakes in Paris race to be first 'Madame Mayor'
Reuters UK (Web), 29/01/2014, Alexandria Sage
The most important thing for any city of the scale and history of Paris is to demonstrate resilience, to be nimble... to anticipate what's happening and respond," said Ricky Burdett, urban studies professor at the London School of Economics in the great rival metropolis. "There is a sense that Paris has been going through a prolonged static period." For a nation whose politics remain arguably more
http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/01/29/uk-france-mayor-idUKBREA0S1WS20140129?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews|  

Teachers' pay must be at the heart of global education reform
guardian.co.uk (Web), 29/01/2014, Vikas Pota
Peter Dolton from LSE has proven that there's a clear link between the level of teachers pay and the quality of a country's educational outcomes.
http://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2014/jan/29/unesco-education-report-teacher-quality|

Young cancer survivors need support into education and employment
guardian.co.uk (Web), 29/01/2014, Hannah Partos
But since he had only been awarded five lower-level GCSE grades, his top choice universities were off limits. He contacted the admissions offices at Oxford and the London School of Economics, which he claims discouraged him from applying. "They said I probably wouldn't get past the vetting stage, and they were already oversubscribed, so they didn't need
http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jan/29/young-cancer-survivors-support-education-employment|

Goodhart: Regulatory reform 'won't stop next crisis'
Risk.net, 29/01/2014
a seminar at the London School of Economics (LSE) heard yesterday. ... Charles Goodhart, a professor at the LSE and a former member of the Bank ...
http://www.risk.net/operational-risk-and-regulation/news/2325773/goodhart-regulatory-reform-wont-stop-next-crisis|  

High stakes in Paris race to be first “Madame Mayor”
St Martin Daily Herald, 30/01/2014
happening and respond," said Ricky Burdett, urban studies professor at the London School of Economics in the great rival metropolis. "There is a sense that Paris has been going through a prolonged...
http://www.thedailyherald.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=45656:high-stakes-in-paris-race-to-be-first-madame-mayor&catid=4:international&Itemid=9|  

High stakes in Paris race to be first 'Madame Mayor'
El Economista.es, 29/01/2014
happening and respond," said Ricky Burdett, urban studies professor at the London School of Economics in the great rival metropolis. "There is a sense that Paris has been going through a prolonged...
http://www.eleconomista.es/empresas-finanzas/noticias/5499745/01/14/High-stakes-in-Paris-race-to-be-first-Madame-Mayor.html|  

High stakes in Paris race to be first 'Madame Mayor'
TheStar.com.my, 29/01/2014
happening and respond," said Ricky Burdett, urban studies professor at the London School of Economics in the great rival metropolis. "There is a sense that Paris has been going through a prolonged...
http://www.thestar.com.my/News/World/2014/01/30/High-stakes-in-Paris-race-to-be-first-Madame-Mayor/|  

High stakes in Paris race to be first 'Madame Mayor'
Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 29/01/2014
happening and respond," said Ricky Burdett, urban studies professor at the London School of Economics in the great rival metropolis. "There is a sense that Paris has been going through a prolonged...
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/high-stakes-paris-race-first-39-madame-mayor-203850785--sector.html|  

Brasil, un mercado pendiente para el Grupo Nutresa
Portafolio.co, 30/01/2014
de la Universidad de Keele (Inglaterra) con un máster en finanzas del London School of Economics multiplicó por 18 el valor del conglomerado en la Bolsa de Valores de Colombia, y lo convirtió...
http://www.portafolio.co/negocios/entrevista-carlos-enrique-piedrahita|  

Luxury home boom to change face of London
Brunei Times, 30/01/2014
said Tony Travers, an expert on issues facing the capital at the London School of Economics. “Property in London was treated as an asset class that was safer than say, banks in Cyprus.”From...

British democracy is shrinking
Local Government Chronicle, 30/01/2014
each in Wales and Northern Ireland. . Tony Travers, director, Greater London Group, London School of Economics
http://www.lgcplus.com/opinion/tony-travers/british-democracy-is-shrinking/5067499.article?blocktitle=Latest-Opinion&contentID=5828| (£)

'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit': Enjoyable revival despite rookie mistakes (review)
Examiner.com, 30/01/2014
the latest Jack Ryan ( Chris Pine ) in his early days at the London School of Economics. It’s 9/11, and Ryan joins a crowded room to watch the Twin Towers crumble. Action leaps into Afghanistan...
http://www.examiner.com/review/jack-ryan-shadow-recruit-enjoyable-revival-despite-rookie-mistakes-review?cid=rss|  

CIFC Appoints New Members to the Board of Directors PR Newswire
Yahoo! Finance, 29/01/2014
Switzerland) and a Master of Science in Accounting and Finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom). Commenting on the appointments, Andrew Intrater, a...
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/cifc-appoints-members-board-directors-232100822.html|  
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State of the Union: State of a failing presidency
The Commentator, 29/01/2014
in the article neither reflect the opinion of USApp nor of the London School of Economics
http://www.thecommentator.com/article/4674/state_of_the_union_state_of_a_failing_presidency|  

Economic and Social Policy and the Problems of the Eurozone and European Integration
WorldPost, Blog on The Huffington Post, 29/01/2014 
of democracy but of political legitimacy, is the nation-state... (John N. Gray, London School of Economics.)" Then there is the Franco-German relationship, which is central to the eurozone: I'm really sorry, but the idea that there is such a thing...
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mark-weisbrot/economic-and-social-polic_b_4689620.html|  

GE Africa to invest up to R50 million in developing Africa's future leaders in Partnership with ALA
AllAfrica.com, 29/01/2014
scholars have won bursaries/scholarships to study at leading global universities such as London School of Economics in the UK, Harvard, Stanford and Duke in the United States and the University...
http://allafrica.com/stories/201401291739.html| 

If Labour wants to tackle inequality, it’s a land value tax, not the 50p rate that’s needed
Labour Uncut, 29/01/2014 
use of resources for transport and other services. Blanca Fernandez of the London School of Economics has rightly pointed out that many European cities need high levels of investment over the next decade, particularly in transport and housing. With...
http://labour-uncut.co.uk/2014/01/29/if-labour-wants-to-tackle-inequality-its-a-land-value-tax-not-the-50p-rate-thats-needed/|  

Professor Amartya Sen returns to LSE
thebeaveronline.com, 29/01/2014
By Dominic Tighe Nobel Laureate and former professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science Amartya Sen was greeted by a large audience in the Old Theatre, on Wednesday 22nd January. The event was organized by the Joseph Rowntree...
http://www.thebeaveronline.com/professor-amartya-sen-returns-to-lse/|  

UKIP’s ‘Return to LSE’ sparks debate
thebeaveronline.com, 29/01/2014
Farage, leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) arrived at the London School of Economics (LSE) under high security on the evening of January 23rd. Following threats of disruption and an organised protest from LSE students and Action...
http://www.thebeaveronline.com/ukips-return-to-lse-sparks-debate/|  

Saw Swee Hock centre boasts environmental sustainability
thebeaveronline.com, 29/01/2014
The first new building on the London School of Economics campus for more than forty years has transformed the School’s campus by providing contemporary, flexible and environmentally friendly spaces for students...
http://www.thebeaveronline.com/saw-swee-hock-centre-boasts-environmental-sustainability/|  

О чем рассказал загадочный Криптон (11111)
Svoboda News, 30/01/2014
такой этот Криптон? Несколько лет назад в архиве историка Сергея Петровича Мельгунова ( London School of Economics) мне удалось найти два письма, проливающие некоторый свет на авторство этих мемуаров...
http://www.svoboda.org/content/article/25244051.html|  

'Digital Backpack' Launched to Solve Back Problems in Half of UK's Children
NBC12 Online, 29/01/2014
http://www.nbc12.com/story/24566859/digital-backpack-launched-to-solve-back-problems-in-half-of-uks-children|  

'Digital Backpack' Launched to Solve Back Problems in Half of UK's Children
FOX 14 TV, 29/01/2014
http://www.fox14tv.com/story/24566859/digital-backpack-launched-to-solve-back-problems-in-half-of-uks-children|  

'Digital Backpack' Launched to Solve Back Problems in Half of UK's Children
KUSI.com, 29/01/2014
http://www.kusi.com/story/24566859/digital-backpack-launched-to-solve-back-problems-in-half-of-uks-children|  

Analyst Angle: Identifying emerging markets? hot spots for OTT video
RCR Wireless News, 29/01/2014, Daniele Tricarico 
Tricarico holds an MSc in new media and information systems from the London School of Economics and an MA from the University of Bologna.
http://www.rcrwireless.com/article/20140129/opinion/analyst-angle-identifying-emerging-markets-hot-spots-for-ott-video/|  

Land buy up changes London's face
Manawatu Standard, 29/01/2014, Danica Kirka
said Tony Travers, an expert on issues facing the capital at the London School of Economics. ''Property in London was treated as an asset class that was safer than say, banks in Cyprus.'' Ad...
http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/world-news/9664276/Land-buy-up-changes-Londons-face|  
Also in: Taranaki Daily News, Southland Times, Waikato Times.

Bachelet da a conocer los nombres de 32 subsecretarios
ElClarín.cl, 29/01/2014
Abogado de la Universidad de Chile, Master en Ciencia Política de la London School of Economics. Fue becario Fulbright en la Universidad de Pisttburgh. Fue director de Políticas Públicas en la...
http://www.elclarin.cl/web/noticias/politica/10379-bachelet-da-a-conocer-los-nombres-de-32-subsecretarios.html|  

LSE on TV/Radio

News
BBC Radio Sheffield, 29/01/2014
Tony Travers discusses the development of enterprise zones near regional universities.

News
BBC Cornwall, 29/01/2014
Tony Travers discusses regional development.

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