"Ask yourself: "Would I be prepared to defend what I am doing now when this is all over?""
Sir Andrew Likierman, Professor of Management Practice and former Dean of London Business School
Finance and the economy in the COVID-19 world and beyond
In conversation with Mohamed El-Erian, Professor Hélène Rey and Professor Richard Portes.
In June, London Business School's AQR Asset Management Institute hosted a fireside chat with Mohamed El-Erian, Chief Economic Advisor at Allianz and former Chair of President Obama’s Global Development Council. The discussion was centred on the state of the global economy in a COVID-19 world and beyond.
Economic theory to help to prioritise testing and understand the cost of actions during the pandemic
How countries can establish testing regimes that minimise the spread of COVID-19 and allows economic activity to return. Elias Papaioannou, Professor of Economics in conversation with Andrea Galeotti, Professor of Economics at London Business School discuss the optimal testing strategy for countries across the world.
As much as you need to manage your business at this challenging time, remember also to lead your people, says Kathleen O'Connor, Clinical Professor of Organisational Behaviour.
Ioannis Ioannou, Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, examines the trade-offs between short-term needs and longer-term investment in the context of the Great recession.
Think at London Business School
How to guard against being duped at a time when confirmation bias is rife and unsubstantiated claims are ubiquitous
By Alex Edmans
The #LBSResilientFounders series draws on the experiences of founders who have seen and survived sudden shocks that threatened to sink their ventures. We learn how they adapted – and what they wish they had done – to save their business, preserve their wellbeing and take advantage of post-crisis opportunities.READ MORE
Drawing on our extended community we will understand, illuminate and offer solutions to the challenges created by COVID-19. Our differentiating factor is the role of business in addressing these challenges, with a focus on the implications and actions for those in developing countriesREAD MORE
24 Mar 2020
Dealing with Covid-19 needs the collaboration of scientists and an open-minded willingness to try for those sometimes-elusive solutions
25 Mar 2020
INEOS will build a UK hand sanitiser plant to make 1 million bottles per month within 10 days