We create impact by identifying big challenges, applying business insights to help solve these challenges, and forging communities of learning and practice to implement large-scale and enduring change
Millions of people remain unable to fulfil their potential and their aspirations because they lack access to basic health, education, and skills.
Most of the world’s poor eke out a living as entrepreneurs, and most of their businesses are forever stunted. Employment opportunities are often scarce, and employment conditions poor. Opportunities for successful entrepreneurship and employment are unequally distributed.
Too many people live in societies that are fragile. They have limited access to enabling institutions and infrastructure, and their lives are too frequently disrupted and calamitous.
Our ambition is to be a pre-eminent hub for trusted insights on business solutions to development challenges. We are impartial, academically rigorous and take a systemic view on problems. Our approach is multidisciplinary and problem focused.
We help forge communities of practice to create impact. We seek large scale and enduring change, and recognize the many others – across business, government, and civil society – who have ideas, energy, resources, and skills to make this change happen. We develop frameworks for collaboration that promote systemic change and progress.
We inform and influence learning so that the business leaders of tomorrow are long term agents of positive change. We promote evidence-based practices to enable the scaling of solutions within business organisations
We are now inviting proposals for our second round of funding with a deadline of Monday, 26 August 2019.
This call for proposals is open to LBS tenured and tenure-track faculty, research fellows as well as post-doctoral and PhD students.
As part of the 19th Trans-Atlantic Doctoral Conference (TADC) we are also inviting proposals from PhD students who have been invited to present their paper at the conference.
Tony and Maureen Wheeler gift
£10 million for the new London Business School Wheeler Institute for Business and DevelopmentRead More