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    LSE Enterprise welcomes students for the second Global Dimensions Programme

LSE Enterprise welcomes students for the second Global Dimensions Programme

This week 26 final year undergraduates from Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) and sister universities arrived at LSE for the six-month Global Dimensions Programme. The programme is divided into a ten-week academic course and a four-week applied programme in preparation for a 12-week internship at a London company.

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    El talento en la economía global: post by Juan Luis Manfredi

El talento en la economía global: post by Juan Luis Manfredi

Read the post about the latest LSE Masterclasses

Valencia: a strategy for economic competitiveness within Europe

LSE collaborated with the Fundación Cañada Blanch, the Instituto Valenciano de
Investigaciones Económicas, the Asociación Valenciana de Empresarios, and Bankia on the workshop, Cómo Puede Competir la Economía Valenciana en el Escenario Europeo?

A plan to tackle youth unemployment

Writing on Nada Es Gratis, Professor Samuel Bentolila and Associate Professor Marcel Jansen recommend policies to deal with the youth unemployment crisis in Spain. They spoke on this subject at the November 2014 IZA World of Labor / CEMFI / LSE Enterprise panel discussion on Tackling Youth Unemployment, alongside Professor Alexander Kritikos and Dr Werner Eichhorst.

Promoting excellence in business

LSE Enterprise and Madrid Excelente have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on sharing the best practices of companies from both countries to improve their competitiveness.

November 12th, 2014|Europe, Featured, Spain|0 Comments|

FT article says Rajoy must go if Spain is to confront the threats it faces

Luis Garicano, Professor of Economics and Strategy at LSE, writes about the threats to the Spanish constitutional order from the forces of fragmentation and an anti-modern national populism.

November 10th, 2014|Europe, Spain|0 Comments|

The Future of Banking as a Profession

Is there a need for banking standards in Britain and worldwide – and could London be the benchmark?
How can banking become a profession?
How can banks serve the public interest?

Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the conditions for success

At the recent conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, organised by Madrid Excelente and Mutua Madrileña, the Minister of Economy and Finance said that innovation and entrepreneurship are crucial to the process of economic recovery and improving business competitiveness.

October 23rd, 2014|Europe, Spain|0 Comments|

Tackling Youth Unemployment

LSE and the Center for Monetary and Financial Studies (CEMFI) are hosting an IZA World of Labor event on tackling youth unemployment.

Should Catalonia hold an independence referendum?

LSE’s EUROPP blog asked four of its contributors to give their views on whether Catalonia should hold an independence referendum. Read their posts at the links below:

Francesc Trillas: “Catalonia should find a better way than a secession referendum to decide about its future constitutional status”
Montserrat Guibernau: “Why should Catalans be ‘different’ from the Scots? Are they second-rate citizens?”
Joan Costa-i-Font: “An […]

October 2nd, 2014|Europe, Spain|0 Comments|