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Our MFA graduates are in high demand: 99% of the first ever graduating class received job offers within three months of graduation. As Enrico Cocchi, MFA Career Lead, Career Centre, says, this is a powerful demonstration of the excellence of the programme and the quality of its students. Congratulations to all!
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“We have a unique window of opportunity to reform the governance of the euro area and help the common currency achieve its full potential. It is now. Let us take it." LBS’s Hélène Rey has contributed to a new report published by the Centre for Economic Policy Research. Check out the highlights
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From digital disruption to the price of keeping the peace at work – these LBSR podcasts are a great way into some of the hottest topics in business today
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Spot the pattern: these people focus on wellness, are fuelled by curiosity and think differently. Who do these habits belong to? Highly successful people http://ow.ly/UynA30hNUxk
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Are your staff looking a little, well, unmotivated? You need to read this #BlueMonday
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It’s time to get creative. LBS’s Richard Hytner shares why you and your firm should be creative by habit
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LBS's Hélène Rey has been awarded the prestigious Grand Prix de l'Economie 2017, awarded annually to the person who has contributed the most to the field of economics
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2017: what a year! 96% of our Masters in Financial Analysis students accepted job offers within three months of graduating
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We need to rethink the way we monitor the tech giants' power, says Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at LBS. “Companies such as Google and Facebook operate in ways that don’t fit the old supplier-manufacture-distributor-consumer model for which antitrust legislation was designed."
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