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Research Excellence Framework 2014|

The 2014 Research Excellence Framework shows LSE as the top university in the UK for world-leading research.


More generous state unemployment benefits may protect the health of unemployed men|

Men who lose their job in US states that provide generous unemployment benefits are at lower risk of poor health, according to research led by Jonathan Cylus of LSE.

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Migration and London focus of new book by LSE London|

The current debate on migration needs to be better informed and based on an understanding of the impact and contributions of different migrant groups, according to a new book by LSE London.


This week's Gearty Grilling: Sandra Jovchelovitch on social change in Brazil's favelas|

Sandra Jovchelovitch, Professor of Social Psychology, discusses how methods of social change in Brazil's favelas can be used to help slum-dwellers across the world.

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Lord Myners appointed LSE Chair of Governors|

LSE is delighted to announce that its Court of Governors has approved a recommendation that Lord Myners be appointed as the School's next Chair of the Court of Governors and of the Council, in succession to Peter Sutherland.

Valeria Cetorelli

LSE study shows sharp rise in teenage childbearing during Iraq War|

A new study by Valeria Cetorelli, an LSE PhD candidate in demography, shows that teenage fertility in Iraq rose significantly between 2003 and 2010 due to increased early marriage among less-educated girls.


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