During periods of recession, companies face two options: they could either retrench in order to try and save their way out of the recession or invest their way out of a recession. Which one should they choose and why? An expert explores.
A country’s economic growth only makes its citizens happier if the gains are evenly spread, a London Business School expert said, warning that a narrow focus on GDP is leading to myopic economic policy.
“Our research p
After predictable over-indulgence during the festive period, many of us will make New Year resolutions. Estimates suggest a quarter of us won’t last more than a week. And yet, more than half of us (60 per cent) will still make exactly the
London Business School (LBS) has taken fourth place in the Financial Times custom Executive Education rankings and has achieved fifth place overall.
The global ranking of top business schools sees London Business School move up fi
London Business School (LBS) has welcomed its highest ever intake of female students on its Executive MBA (EMBA) programme in Dubai, UAE.
Sixty one new students have joined the London Business School EMBA programme in Dubai, repre
London Business School and AQR, a global investment management firm, will launch the AQR Institute of Asset Management, a new partnership aimed at advancing research and best practices in the global asset management community.
More than 27 per cent of the Middle East’s young population is currently unemployed – twice the global average of 13 per cent, according to estimates of the International Labour Organization (ILO).
“The job crisi
More than half of the workforce will working remotely by 2020 and not in a traditional office, thanks to the technology and some fundamental shifts in management thinking, according to a survey conducted at London Business School’s Global
London Business School, which has presence in London, New York, Hong Kong and Dubai, has signed a landmark MoU with China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) to deliver its education programmes to its employees.
London Business School has received its largest ever single individual donation of GBP10 million ($15.5 million) from South African businessman Nathan Kirsh.
The gift will contribute to the school’s endowment, which will inc