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London still hangs on to rental stigma|
Why is the cost of renting sky high in London and less socially acceptable for middle-income families than in New York and Europe?
The fight against cyber crime|
Is cyber-crime as big a threat as rumoured? According to the authors of a report on the financial sector, under-reporting and over-spending are huge issues in the industry.
Expensive mistakes on the trading floor|
How do you separate technical slipups from human factors when it comes to high-risk environments?
The future of high streets|
What can an inner city, comparatively-deprived area of London teach us about the future of high street retailing? Plenty it appears.
Mapping the economic fortunes of European cities|
Why have some European cities weathered the global financial crisis better than others? The answers might surprise you.
Tales of the city|
What makes some cities thrive and prosper while others struggle, persistently failing to respond to attempts by policy makers to turn them around?
Predicting property booms from station to station|
Forecasting house price rises could help raise money for public transport improvements
The rise of the machines?|
In automating the financial markets it's important to retain the 'social' component that people bring.
The good jobs at the end of the high road|
A comparison of life in call centres reveals why democracy at work matters
Challenging the macho mindset of City traders|
LSE research uncovers the link between pay and emotional intelligence at City of London investment banks.
Uncovering the never unionised in the USA|
A major analysis of workers in the United States looks at those who are likely to remain permanently outside the union movement.
Should we abolish the minimum wage?|
Research suggests that companies raise prices rather than reduce staff.
Merchants of fortune|
Sending their sons into trade was a strategic choice for many gentry families in sixteenth and seventeenth century England.
Collective values in a Manhattan trading room and their role in recovery after the World Trade Center attacks
An end to job stability?|
Why short-term contracts are becoming increasingly common.
Phoenix cities rise again|
Researchers identify the European cities which have fought back from industrial ruin.