01 - 03 March 2014

LSE in print

'Young people are angry and they don't like or trust mainstream media'
The Guardian, 03/03/2014, p.32, Jon Swaine
look down your nose at me, yet the BBC, that venerable old institution, hid behind schoolchildren two months later," he adds, referring to the Panorama report made undercover on an LSE student trip. "I didn't endanger anybody." Those who criticise Smith's ventures into advertising - such as Gawker Media's Nick Denton, who claims Smith is mainly interested in Vice's lucrative
http://www.theguardian.com/media/2014/mar/02/vice-media-shane-smith-north-korea|  

Britain 'ahead of curve' on green targets
The Times, 03/03/2014, p.9, Ben Webster; Hannah Devlin
its pledge to cut greenhouse gases by 50 per cent on 1990 levels by 2025. The study, by the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, at the London School of Economics, found that some other European countries had yet to agree to emissions targets for the 2020s. The EU has legally binding targets for each member state
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/environment/article4021056.ece| (£)

Top of the form
The Sunday Times, 02/03/2014, p.20, Hugh Pearman
has all changed with its eyecatching £80m main building and public square, just opened, by the architects Design Engine. In London, the new £24m Saw Swee Hock student centre, at LSE, is attracting attention. Dropped into the side streets just south of Lincoln's Inn Fields, it's an object lesson in how to make a big impact in a tight space.
http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/culture/arts/article1380017.ece| (£)

Make your mind up on the war
The Sunday Times (Ireland)*, 02/03/2014, p.16, Unattributed
Syria, East Asia and Ukraine? Again, after Iraq and Afghanistan, it is not possible. Ferguson's essay is an exercise in anachronism in many ways. Alan Sked Professor of International History, London School of Economics TREATIES AND TRADE Ferguson's latest attempt to absolve Germany for the outbreak of the Great War fails to convince, as does his belief that it was

Letters and email
The Sunday Times, 02/03/2014, p.1, Unattributed
Syria, East Asia and Ukraine? Again, after Iraq and Afghanistan, it is not possible. Ferguson's essay is an exercise in anachronism in many ways. Alan Sked Professor of International History, London School of Economics Treaties and tradeFerguson's latest attempt to absolve Germany for the outbreak of the Great War fails to convince, as does his belief that it was futile.

Senior Labour figures in new paedophile link
The Sunday Times, 02/03/2014, p.16, James Gillespie; Adam Luck
Anselm Eldergill, a district judge, "resigned in disgust" from the NCCL when he was a student in 1979 after learning of the link to Pie. He was studying at the London School of Economics and was appalled that Pie members were speaking at NCCL meetings at the university. A Sunday Times survey reveals that public opinion is evenly split. 34%
http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/news/uk_news/National/article1382098.ece?CMP=OTH-gnws-standard-2014_03_01| (£)

Save us from Kremlin's boot, pleads daughter
The Sunday Times, 02/03/2014, p.18, Matthew Campbell
transparent all along. They wanted to break her but have only made her popular." Yevhenia inherited her mother's looks as well as a taste for adventure. After graduating from the London School of Economics in 2002 she married Sean Carr, a Scottish musician in a band called the Death Valley Screamers. The marriage broke down after her mother's imprisonment when
http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/news/world_news/Ukraine/article1381940.ece?CMP=OTH-gnws-standard-2014_03_01| (£)

Labour MoP's child sex link row deepens
The Sunday Telegraph, 02/03/2014, p.4, Robert Mendick
1979 when he discovered that PIE was affiliated to it. His decision will raise questions over why senior Labour politicians did not do the same. Mr Eldergill was at the London School of Economics when he discovered the link. A fellow student said: "Anselm found out that NCCL was supporting PIE as a repressed organisation whose rights were being infringed.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/10670419/Labour-MPs-child-sex-link-row-deepens.html|  

Harriet Harman has got this one wrong
The Independent On Sunday, 02/03/2014, p.42, Joan Smith
lack of proper governance. Yesterday a Court of Protection judge confirmed that he resigned in 1979 when he discovered that representatives of PIE were speaking at NCCL meetings at the London School of Economics. Harman has many talents but she also has a patrician testiness which doesn't respond well to being challenged. I can understand her revulsion at having to
http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/pie-controversy-harriet-harman-has-got-this-one-wrong-9162728.html|  

Rape of vulnerable women 'has been effectively decriminalised'
The Independent, 01/03/2014, p.12, Melanie Newman
properly investigate after two victims of convicted serial rapist John Worboys reported they had been attacked in 2003 and 2007 respectively. Professor Stanko's research, which is being presented at the LSE in two weeks' time, delves into nearly 500 rape allegations made to the Met in April and May 2012. It indicates that little has changed for rape victims in
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/exclusive-rape-of-vulnerable-women-has-been-effectively-decriminalised-9161336.html?origin=internalSearch|  

Judge 'resigned in disgust' from 1970s human-rights group over paedophile link
The Independent, 01/03/2014, p.8, Tom Harper
of a paedophile group - raising fresh questions about why senior Labour politicians chose not to step down over the affiliation. District Judge Anselm Eldergill was a student at the London School of Economics in 1979 when he found the National Council for Civil Liberties (NCCL) - of which he was a member - was linked to the Paedophile Information
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/exclusive-high-court-judge-anselm-eldergill-resigned-in-disgust-from-1970s-humanrights-group-over-paedophile-link-9161400.html|  

LSE online 

Germany's forgotten war
BBC (Web), 03/03/2014, Unattributed
to the German diplomat, has been agreed with the British as "not jingoistic". All the same, some historians have accused Germany of down-playing the anniversary. Professor Sonke Neitzel of the London School of Economics said: "Official Germany appears to be burying its head in the sand, hoping the anniversary will quickly pass". He feared "an insipid approach" with "cliche-ridden speeches
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-26368633|  

Financial markets and sustainable development - live chat roundup
guardian.co.uk (Web), 28/02/2014, Sarah Labrecque
key goals of sustainable finance is to change those rules so people can act both on their values and their self-interest." Director of the Sustainable Finance Project and visiting professor at LSE Roger McCormick suggests that most banks do take action when there is significant environmental concern, for example by following Equator Principles. It's "enlightened self-interest", he says, motivated by a
http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/financial-markets-sustainable-development-live-chat-roundup|  

Guardian University Awards 2014 winners
guardian.co.uk (Web), 28/02/2014, Unattributed
Northumbria University : Project: Transforming student mental health services Sustainability project: Winner: Loughborough University Project: Eat Your Campus Runners up: University of Nottingham : Project: The Biodiversity Index London School of Economics and Political Science : Project: The Sustainable Projects Fund Teaching excellence: Sponsored by Winner: University of Reading Project: Virtual Rome Runner up: University of Nottingham :
http://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/blog/2014/feb/28/guardian-university-awards-winners|  

Europe's centrists set US-style 'primaries' to boost voter interest
Reuters UK (Web), 28/02/2014, Luke Baker
May, dislodging the EPP from the top spot as voters shift away from the centre-right after 10 years of its dominating European decision-making. Simon Hix, a professor of politics at the London School of Economics and a leading analyst of polling data, says the vote remains too close to call, but it is clear that non-mainstream parties on the extremes of
http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/02/28/uk-eu-elections-idUKBREA1R17E20140228|  

Revisited Ethiopia’s Invasion of Somalia
Alshahid Network, 03/03/2014
of the Islamic world give little cause for optimism I.M. Lewis London School of Economics
http://english.alshahid.net/archives/41022|  

Q&A: So what's the drill?
Irish Independent, 03/03/2014
5 million litres of water required per well.A report from the London School of Economics also says that given a UN commitment to reduce global warming, just 20pc of fossil fuels can be burnt.
http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/qa-so-whats-the-drill-30055918.html|  

World War One: Germany's forgotten war
UK Wired News, 03/03/2014
have accused Germany of down-playing the anniversary. Professor Sonke Neitzel of the London School of Economics said: "Official Germany appears to be burying its head in the sand, hoping
http://www.ukwirednews.com/news/1549899/World+War+One%3A+Germany%26%23039%3Bs+forgotten+war|  

SIPA Goes to D.C.
The Morningside Post, 03/03/2014
get lucky! Diego Forcada is a dual-degree student at SIPA and the London School of Economics. María Paula Gutiérrez is a du- al-degree student at SIPA and the Hertie School of Governance.
http://www.themorningsidepost.com/2014/03/02/sipa-goes-to-d-c/|  

UK Modi supporters attempt to silence critics after Westminter meeting
Ekklesia, 02/03/2014
release by the Hindu Forum of Britain, Professor Chetan Bhatt of the London School of Economics said: "This is a very cynical attempt by the Hindu Forum of Britain to equate the Hindu religion...
http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/node/20234|  

‘Don’t turn a blind eye to Ukraine’
The Australian, 02/03/2014, Matthew Goodman
release.Yevhenia inherited her mother?s taste for adventure. After graduating from the London School of Economics in 2002 she married Sean Carr, a Scottish musician in a band called the Death
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/ukrainian-exleaders-daughter-appeals-to-west-to-heed-their-plight/story-fnb64oi6-1226843019363#mm-premium|  

Revealed: Why the police are failing most rape victims
Balita Pinoy, 02/03/2014, Melanie Newman
Findings with the Bureau. Her esearch, which will be discussed at the London School of Economics on March 11, found police were more likely to find that a crime had not occurred when victims
http://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/2014/02/28/revealed-why-the-police-are-failing-most-rape-victims/|  

Nao ha bala de prata. Crescer e a unica solucao para o Brasil
Extra online, 02/03/2014
Professor Craig Calhoun speaking about Brazil’s economy
http://extra.globo.com/noticias/economia/nao-ha-bala-de-prata-crescer-a-unica-solucao-para-brasil-11764310.html|  

‘Não há bala de prata. Crescer é a única solução para o Brasil’
O Globo Online, 02/03/2014, Vivian Oswald
LONDRES - Diretor da London School of Economics ( LSE), o professor Craig Calhoun não se impressionou pelo crescimento da economia brasileira acima do esperado no fim do ano passado. Um mês depois...
http://oglobo.globo.com/economia/nao-ha-bala-de-prata-crescer-a-unica-solucao-para-brasil-11764295|  

‘Não há bala de prata. Crescer é a única solução para o Brasil’
EcoFinancas, 02/03/2014
3 minutos atrás LONDRES - Diretor da London School of Economics ( LSE), o professor Craig Calhoun não se
http://www.ecofinancas.com/noticias/bala-prata-crescer-unica-solucao-para-brasil|  

PS Seguro discursa em Londres sobre estratégia "alternativa" para Portugal
Notícias ao Minuto, 03/03/2014
três meses do final do programa de "troika", Seguro vai falar na London School of Economics, numa palestra intitulada "Existe uma Alternativa! Lições de Portugal", para "explicar a sua alternativa...
http://www.noticiasaominuto.com/politica/182761/seguro-discursa-em-londres-sobre-estrategia-alternativa-para-portugal#.UxQ6ZiJFDGg|  

El día después de la tarjeta roja
Levante El Mercantil Valenciano, 03/03/2014 
muy leído, El dilema de España (Ed. Península, 2014), de Luis Garicano ( London School of Economics): «Desde el extranjero muchos no éramos conscientes de que Valencia funcionaba como una auténtica...
http://www.levante-emv.com/opinion/2014/03/03/dia-despues-tarjeta-roja/1085843.html?utm_medium=rss|  

Se duplica el número de herencias que se queda el Estado
Burbuja Economica, 02/03/2014, Hyeronimus
de Madrid. Luis Garicano propone abolir este impuesto El profesor de la London School of Economics ha sugerido "eliminar el Impuesto de Sucesiones y Donaciones a aquellas personas que se muden a España. El coste de esta medida sería trivial...
http://www.burbuja.info/inmobiliaria/burbuja-inmobiliaria/511585-se-duplica-numero-de-herencias-que-se-queda.html#post11080630|  

Babatunde Aloysius Ahonsi at 50
The Nation Nigeria, 02/03/2014, Wale Fatade 
the University of Lagos and a doctorate in Population Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science which he undertook as a Commonwealth Scholar between 1988 and 1992. BAA...
http://thenationonlineng.net/new/babatunde-aloysius-ahonsi-at-50/|  

Kid death reviews ‘counterproductive'
NEWS.com.au, 02/03/2014
last year, and co-authored with WA child protection consultant Andrew Turnell and London School of Economics social policy professor Eileen Munro, at an international child protection conference...
http://www.news.com.au/national/western-australia/dpc-boss-terry-murphy-says-child-death-reviews-counterproductive/story-fnii5thn-1226842432875?from=public_rss|  

Lewis Chamberlain: What will the Yellen years bring?
Record Searchlight, 02/03/2014
the world’s most important central bank. A former UC Berkeley and London School of Economics professor and San Francisco Fed president, Yellen is a globally admired economist with many fans on...
http://www.redding.com/news/2014/mar/01/lewis-chamberlain-what-will-the-yellen-years/|  

'I'm okay': Kevin Lau gives defiant signal as he is moved out of intensive care
South China Morning Post, 02/03/2014
to do with press freedom. The remark by Leung Chai-yan - a London School of Economics law student - on Thursday drew more than 3,000 comments by yesterday, some of them abusive. The Chief...
http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/article/1438298/im-okay-kevin-lau-gives-defiant-signal-he-moved-out-intensive-care|  

So far, this year has been one of extreme heat, cold and rain across the globe
Oregonian, 01/03/2014
Ward, policy and communications director at the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics, said the science linking weather extremes to climate change was becoming clearer...
http://www.oregonlive.com/today/index.ssf/2014/03/so_far_this_year_has_been_one.html|  

Busybody MPs should allow all from governor to bodaboda to fly the flag
Daily Nation, 01/03/2014
an editor with the Sunday Nation, is a Chevening Scholar at the London School of Economics.
http://www.nation.co.ke/oped/Opinion/MPs-Senators-Devolution-Parliament/-/440808/2227310/-/iqoynx/-/index.html|  

Exclusive: High Court judge Anselm Eldergill ‘resigned in disgust’ from 1970s human-rights group over paedophile link
UK Nigeria Online, 01/03/2014
Anselm Eldergill was a student at the London School of Economics in 1979 when he found the National Council for Civil Liberties (NCCL) – of which he was a member – was linked to the Paedophile...
http://uk.onlinenigeria.com/politics/151346-exclusive-high-court-judge-anselm-eldergill-‘resigned-in-disgust’-from-1970s-human-rights-group-over-paedophile-link.html|  

Tamil talent takes centre stage at LSE
UKTamilNews, 01/03/2014
the Tamil student community. Run as an open mic competition by the London School of Economics (LSE) Tamil Society, last week, the event saw singers, rappers, spoken word artists, poets and musicians take to stage to win the hearts and minds of the...
http://www.uktamilnews.com/tamil/english/news/latest-updates/tamil-talent-takes-centre-stage-at-lse.html|  

LSE Divest request reveals School’s indirect investments in fossil fuels, tobacco and alcohol
thebeaveronline.com, 01/03/2014
a list of some of the investment fund holdings held by the London School of Economics. The document was shared with the Staff Forum from a member of the Investments Sub-Committee which was then passed on to the LSE Divest Campaign and subsequently...
http://www.thebeaveronline.com/lse-divest-request-reveals-schools-indirect-investments-in-fossil-fuels-tobacco-and-alcohol/|  

Kid death reviews ‘counterproductive'
Perth Now, 01/03/2014
last year, and co-authored with WA child protection consultant Andrew Turnell and London School of Economics social policy professor Eileen Munro, at an international child protection conference...
http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/dpc-boss-terry-murphy-says-child-death-reviews-counterproductive/story-fnhocxo3-1226842432875?from=public_rss|  

Kid death reviews 'counterproductive'
Brisbane Courier-Mail, 01/03/2014
last year, and co-authored with WA child protection consultant Andrew Turnell and London School of Economics social policy professor Eileen Munro, at an international child protection conference...
http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/national/dpc-boss-terry-murphy-says-child-death-reviews-counterproductive/story-fnii5thq-1226842432875|  

Militancy In Pakistan Getting Younger And Urbane – Analysis
Eurasia Review, 01/03/2014
prestigious Atchison in Lahore. He had a degree in economics from the London School of Economics. Shaikh had well-known links with a number of clandestine jihadist organisations and had already been jailed in 1993 by an Indian court for entering...
http://www.eurasiareview.com/01032014-militancy-pakistan-getting-younger-urbane-analysis/|  

Milloy to step aside after a decade in office
Waterloo Region Record, 01/03/2014
" Milloy, a lifelong resident of Kitchener, is a graduate of the London School of Economics and has a PhD in history from the University of Oxford. Before...
http://www.therecord.com/news-story/4390614-milloy-to-step-aside-after-a-decade-in-office/|  

Global warming to ‘cost $1.45t, cut crop production’
Oman Tribune, 01/03/2014
the Global Legislators Organisation (GLOBE) and the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics. Prior to the treaty, fewer than 40 laws addressing climate were on the books...
http://www.omantribune.com/index.php?page=news&id=162728&heading=News%20in%20Details|  

Global warming: tante leggi ma poco efficaci
Il Referendum, 01/03/2014, Giovanni Della Poeta
Global Legislators Organisation (GLOBE), in collaborazione con la Grantham Research Institute della London School of Economics, rivela quali sono i paesi che più di altri combattono la sfida del cambiamento climatico a suon di leggi e regolamentazioni...
http://ilreferendum.it/2014/02/28/global-warming-tante-leggi-ma-poco-efficaci/|  

”Dataspelande inte orsak till dåliga skolresultaten”
DN.se, 01/03/2014
i livet medför internet både risker och möjligheter.Professor Sonia Livingstone vid London School of Economics, koordinator för EU Kids Online och en av de främsta experterna på barn och internet...
http://www.dn.se/debatt/dataspelande-inte-orsak-till-daliga-skolresultaten/|  

CSMI appoints new director
TMC Net, 01/03/2014
Columbia, as well as an MSc (Environmental Assessment and Evaluation) from the London School of Economics.All rights reserved.(c) 2014 Bizcommunity.com Provided by Syndigate.info, an Albawaba
http://technews.tmcnet.com/news/2014/02/28/7702727.htm|  

Global Study Finds Impressive Wave of Climate Legislation
Inter Press Service, 01/03/2014
largest organisation of sitting legislators, and the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics ( LSE). Although the study is the fourth in a series, the new edition covers...
http://www.ipsnews.net/2014/02/global-study-finds-impressive-wave-climate-legislation/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=global-study-finds-impressive-wave-climate-legislation|  

Climate law summit started in DC
CHINAdaily, 28/02/2014 
study by the GLOBE International and the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics, according to Terry Townshend, director of policy and deputy secretary general of GLOBE...
http://usa.chinadaily.com.cn/epaper/2014-02/28/content_17312961.htm|  

Latest News from Philippines
Online Journal, 28/02/2014
Investment Disputes (ICSID). She holds a Master of Science degree from the London School of Economics, an LLB from City University and an LLM from George Washington University. She is a member of the American Society of International Law, the ABA...
http://mabuhay.ulitzer.com|  

Domestic climate laws on the rise, a boost for pending UN action
Srilaxmivishnu.com, 28/02/2014
the Global Legislators Organisation (GLOBE) and the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics.Prior to the treaty, fewer than 40 laws addressing climate were on the books.Much of the major legislative action on climate change...
http://www.srilaxmivishnu.com/2014/02/domestic-climate-laws-on-rise-boost-for.html|  

Prospects for climate agreement boosted by survey of national laws
Hispanic Business Magazine, 28/02/2014
Bank-supported Global Legislators Organisation (GLOBE) and the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics (LSE), were disclosed yesterday to legislators and senior UN officials in Washington DC. The new study covers countries responsibl...
http://www.hispanicbusiness.com/2014/2/28/prospects_for_climate_agreement_boosted_by.htm|  

Revealed: Why the police are failing most rape victims
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, 28/02/2014, Melanie Newman
findings with the Bureau. Her research, which will be discussed at the London School of Economics on March 11, found police were more likely to find that a crime had not occurred when victims with learning difficulties and mental health problems...
http://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/2014/02/28/revealed-why-the-police-are-failing-most-rape-victims/|  

Prospects for climate agreement boosted by survey of national laws
BusinessWeek, 28/02/2014
Bank-supported Global Legislators Organisation (GLOBE) and the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics (LSE), were disclosed yesterday to legislators and senior UN officials...
http://investing.businessweek.com/research/markets/news/article.asp?docKey=600-201402281334M2______EUPR_____0853000001f49ba1_3600-1|  

The Decline of the Middle Class
Inter Press Service, 28/02/2014, Roberto Savio
redistribution from growth are fast disappearing. According to a study from the London School of Economics, in 16 years we will have returned to the level of social inequality in the days of Queen Victoria (1837-1901). All this, against a background...
http://www.ipsnews.net/2014/02/decline-middle-class/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=decline-middle-class|  

Global Study Finds “Impressive” Wave of Climate Legislation
Inter Press Service, 28/02/2014, Carey L. Biron
largest organisation of sitting legislators, and the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics ( LSE). Although the study is the fourth in a series, the new edition covers far more ground, having doubled the number of countries...
http://www.ipsnews.net/2014/02/global-study-finds-impressive-wave-climate-legislation/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=global-study-finds-impressive-wave-climate-legislation|  

Awards Founder Pinky Lilani On What She's Learned About Women #ConversationChangers
UK Lifestyle News on The Huffington Post, 28/02/2014, Poorna Bell
raise the profile of female experts) and a Gender Studies student at London School of Economics, was relatively unknown. Fast-forward to a few months and the Londoner is one of the strongest feminist voices in the UK, with a growing and increasingly...
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/02/28/pink-lilani-women-awards-_n_4854455.html|  

Chaotic In Crimea, Ctd
The Dish, 28/02/2014, Andrew Sullivan
they aren’t a coherent force. Ellie Knott, a doctoral candidate at London School of Economics who conducts research in Crimea, has argued convincingly that the Russian nationalist and Crimean separatists are in practice hindered by their own internal...
http://dish.andrewsullivan.com/2014/02/28/chaotic-in-crimea-ctd/|  

Europe's centrists set U.S.-style 'primaries' to boost voter interest
Baltimore Sun, 28/02/2014, Luke Baker
its dominating European decision-making.Simon Hix, a professor of politics at the London School of Economics and a leading analyst of polling data, says the vote remains too close to call, but...
http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/nation-world/sns-rt-us-eu-elections-20140228,0,2299626.story?track=rss|  
Also in: Yahoo! News, Reuters UK, TheStar.com.my.

Shruti Tripathi: Why selling British passports for £2.5m is a terrible idea
LondonlovesBusiness.com, 28/02/2014
if they endow a Cambridge college, a major teaching hospital or the London School of Economics with £10m.”Back in 2011, LSE director Howard Davies had to quit after revelations that LSE’s centre...
http://www.londonlovesbusiness.com/shruti-tripathi-why-selling-british-passports-for-25m-is-a-terrible-idea/7570.article|  

Climate law summit gets started
CHINAdaily, 28/02/2014
study by the GLOBE International and the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics, according to Terry Townshend, director of policy and deputy secretary general of GLOBE...
http://usa.chinadaily.com.cn/epaper/2014-02/28/content_17312961.htm|  

The challenge now is to demonstrate the value of POE across the industry
Architects' Journal, 28/02/2014, Hattie Hartman
O’Donnell + Tuomey’s Saw Swee Hock Student Centre at the London School of Economics. Here, an exceptional marriage of passive design with the craft of architecture transcends the usual litany...
http://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/news/daily-news/the-challenge-now-is-to-demonstrate-the-value-of-poe-across-the-industry/8659540.article?referrer=RSS|  

Tax Evasion: The Main Cause of Global Poverty
Huffington Post UK, 28/02/2014, Bella Mosselmans
Africa, Poverty , Tax Evasion, Corruption, Development, Foreign Aid, Inequality, Oecd, UK Universities & Education News Get UK Students Newsletters: The OECD has estimated that developing...
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/bella-mosselmans/tax-evasion_b_4867542.html?utm_hp_ref=uk-universities-education&ir=UK+Universities+%26+Education|  

Remember why you became your own boss
Talk Business, 28/02/2014, Dawn Murden
Alexandra Beauregard, assistant professor of employment relations and organisational behaviour at the London School of Economics and a specialist in work-life balance. When we work for other...
http://talkbusinessmagazine.co.uk/remember-became-boss/|  

Mountain pass offers safety as fighting in Syria flares
Zaman, 28/02/2014
power," said Fawaz Gerges, professor of Middle East politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. "The reason we have a political stalemate is because we have an armed stalemate...
http://www.todayszaman.com/news-340704-mountain-pass-offers-safety-as-fighting-in-syria-flares.html|  

British Prime Minister David Cameron is seeking support Chancellor Angela Merkel for EU reform
AllVoices, 28/02/2014 
return of some powers to the British Parliament.According to Rasmussen Maya London School of Economics, the question is what the EU wants to return. Britain will have certain advantages, but...
http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/16631792-british-prime-minister-david-cameron-is-seeking-support-chancellor-angela-merkel-for-eu-reform|  

Lebanese Jews in New York: Longing for Home
neweasternpolitics, 28/02/2014
Jewish community has resurfaced in Lebanon.Kirsten Shultz, a historian at the London School of Economics and author of one of the few books on Lebanon’s Jews, explained the little attention given to the Jews in the history of Lebanon by the...
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LSE on TV/Radio

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BBC Radio 4, 03/03/2014
Henry Overman discussing London dominance re UK economy

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BBC Radio 4, 03/03/2014
Jonathan White discussing generational divides between baby boomers and Gen x and Y

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BBC Wales, 03/03/2014
Mention of LSE Literary Festival

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WRTV-IN (ABC) Indianapolis, 01/03/2014
LSE mentioned in the film The Social Network

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BBC Radio 4, 01/03/2014
Julian Le Grand discussing nationalism in the UK

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BBC Radio 4, 01/03/2014
John Breuilly discussing nationalism from an historical perspective

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BBC Radio Asia, 01/03/2014
Quote by George Bernard Shaw, co-founder of LSE

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BBC Wales, 28/02/2014
Tony Travers discusses discrepancies in council tax policies

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BBC World, 28/02/2014
Ruth Kattumuri discussing poor economic growth figures in India

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ZDF German TV, 28/02/2014
Iain Begg talking about Germany’s appeal for Britain to stay in the EU

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