We have blogged recently on a couple of stories about the possible effects of new immigration policies on both sides of the Atlantic on particular industries (like hospitality) with a focus on younger and older workers. 218 more words
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Despite dramatic improvements in human health, babies’ average birth-weights have not increased over the last 150 years reveals new research from LSE.
The paper, published in the journal Social Science and Medicine reveals that average birth weights, as well as the share of babies born at different birth weights, are very similar today as they were in the nineteenth century in Europe and North America. 388 more words
The World Happiness Report 2017, released today with significant input from LSE’s Professor Richard Layard, includes an analysis of happiness in the workplace for the first time. 446 more words
This merger was supposed to create a bridge between Frankfurt, the Eurozone’s financial capital, and post-Brexit London, Europe’s and -sometime – world’s financial centre. 851 more words
By Manish Pandey.
At any National Hindu Students’ Forum (NHSF UK) sports event, be it the London & South Zone sports competition or the National sports competition, the smallest of mentions of LSE causes trepidation. 1,687 more words