Academic Inspiration

Inspiration sessions from LSE academics for University of London programmes with academic direction provided by the London School of Economics.

Decision making under uncertainty

Dr James Abdey

Dr James Abdey speaks about how Statistics provides us with vital skills highly applicable to today's uncertain times. Statistics is a core part of many EMFSS programmes, including Accounting, Banking and Finance, Economics, Business and Sociology. 

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Making forests part of climate change agreements

Tim Forsyth

Dr Tim Forsyth discusses the key issues around making forests part of climate change agreements. Courses in the area of Development studies are offered through many EMFSS programmes such as Geography and Environment, International Relations and Politics.  

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Why is International Cooperation so difficult?

Dr Robert Falkner 

Robert Falkner, Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the London School of Economics provides this Inspiration Session. Dr Falkner co-ordinates the International Relations BSc offered by University of London International Programmes with academic direction provided by LSE. He looks at the reasons why international cooperation between states can be so difficult and looks at the Copenhagen summit in early 2010 to find answers.

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The management of local and global environmental problems

 Richard Campanaro

Richard Campanaro from the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics provides us with an academic inspiration session for the Diploma for Graduates and BSc in the field of International Development discussing the management of local and global environmental problems.

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