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Research Excellence Framework 2014|

LSE has confirmed its position as a world-leading research university, with an outstanding performance in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.


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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.

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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.


Sexting, cyberbullying and when online and offline worlds clash|

Children are taking on board parental advice about using the internet but often struggle to make sense of it, meaning they still may act unwisely when confronted with a risky situation, finds an LSE report.


Dr Ricardo Crescenzi awarded 1.3 million Euro research grant|

Dr Ricardo Crescenzi, Associate Professor of Economic Geography, has been awarded a 1.3 million Euro research grant for a five-year project on multinational enterprises.


This week's Gearty Grilling: Jill Peay on mental health in prisons|

Jill Peay, Professor of Law, discusses why people with mental health problems who commit crime should not be imprisoned.


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