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Blog

 
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COVID-19

Economic Observatory

How is COVID-19 affecting firms’ adoption of new technologies?

Covid 19

COVID-19

LSE Blog

The case for a COVID-19 carbon tax

Covid 19

COVID-19

LSE PowerBreakfast

Long-term consequences of COVID-19

Covid 19

COVID-19

Radio Corona at MIT Technology Review

COVID-19 recession

Covid 19

COVID-19

MIT Technology Review

COVID-19 has killed the myth of Silicon Valley innovation

Covid 19

COVID-19

Wheeler Institute for Business Development

UK firms and COVID-19: survival, management and strategy

Covid 19

COVID-19

Institute for the Future of Work

The Impact of COVID-19 on Technology Adoption

 
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Growth Policy

LSE Phelan US Centre Blog

Joe Biden has the opportunity to help the US return to sustainable wage growth by increasing Federal funding for technological innovation

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Growth Policy

LSE Blog

We can tackle the climate emergency and grow the economy at the same time

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Growth Policy

LSE Public Lecture

Going for Growth

 
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Brexit

LSE Blog

The cost of Brexit is likely to be more than double that of COVID – it must be delayed

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Brexit

LSE Blog

Brexit: epitaph for a national trajectory now lost

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Brexit

LSE Blog

The row over the Irish backstop reveals a lot about the contradictions of Brexit

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Brexit

LSE Blog

Why no-deal Brexit is a battle for the soul of our nation

EU and British Flag

Brexit

LSE Blog

Resist, Rebel and Remain: the nation deserves and demands a second chance

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Brexit

LSE Blog

The aftermath of the Brexit vote – the verdict from a derided expert

EU and British Flag

Brexit

LSE Blog

Leaving the European Union is likely to have a significant negative economic impact

 
Houses of Parliament

British Politics & Policy

LSE Blog

Why leaving the EU would almost certainly damage our economic prospects

Houses of Parliament

British Politics & Policy

LSE Blog

No one would be spared: how the costs of Brexit would be distributed across households

Houses of Parliament

British Politics & Policy

LSE Blog

Leaving the European Union is likely to have a significant negative economic impact

Houses of Parliament

British Politics & Policy

LSE Blog

Feature Essay: The books that inspired John Van Reenen: “I think I always enjoy reading Conservative thinkers more than leftist ones. It’s much more fun to have books that really challenge your positions rather than confirming your prejudices”

 
VoxEU

VoxEU

VoxDev

Management and the wealth of nations

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VoxEU

VoxDev

The backlash against globalisation

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VoxEU

VoxDev

We don’t need no (management) education?

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VoxEU

VoxDev

The great British jobs and productivity mystery

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VoxEU

VoxDev

Investing in UK prosperity: skills, infrastructure and innovation

 
Magazines Stack

Harvard Business Review

HBR Magazine

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Harvard Business Review

HBR Magazine

Does Management Really Work?

Magazines

Harvard Business Review

HBR Magazine

The Radical Beauty of Three Simple Management Practices

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Harvard Business Review

HBR Magazine

Why American Management Rules the World

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Harvard Business Review

HBR Magazine

Family Firms Need Professional Management