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    European Research Council grant for economics expert

    ERC funds research into systemic financial risks and impact on welfare

    Emre Ozdeoren, Professor of Economics at London Business School has been awarded a grant of more than half a million pounds to identify new ways to measure systemic financial risks, the links between financial risks and the real economy and the effect on welfare.

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    29 Oct 2014

  • Paulo Surico, Associate Professor of Economics, London Business School

    Prestigious research grant for economics expert

    British Academy funds research into uneven effects of monetary policy

    Paolo Surico, Associate Professor of Economics at London Business School has been awarded a grant of almost £100K to research the uneven effects of monetary and fiscal policies on people in different demographic groups and income brackets.

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    29 Oct 2014

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    China and Europe: is it a brief fling or a long-term love affair?

    Like a couple of careful suitors, Chinese and European businesses and governments have been developing their relationship over time, leading the London Business School China Club to ask: ‘Is this forever’?

    London Business School’s Chinese student community is growing every year and for this, the third China Business Forum they lined up a panel that included authorities on finance, trade and government.

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    21 Oct 2014

  • Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, London Business School

    London Business School professor commended for research

    London Business School strategy expert named one of the best scientific minds

    Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School has been named as one of the world’s brightest and best scientific minds.

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    20 Oct 2014

  • Mark Carney (left) Governor of the Bank of Canada, talks to Mario Draghi, President of the European Bank

    Sharp inflation fall poses sustainability threat

    CPI falls to a five-year low, but is deflation a genuine concern for the UK?

    The UK’s headline inflation rate tumbled by a further 0.3% in September to a level of 1.2% - fuelling fears over the country’s economic prognosis.

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    17 Oct 2014

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