Global Health Initiative launch event

24th October 17.30 – 20.00

Sheikh Zayed Theatre

The LSE Global Health Initiative is a new, cross-departmental research platform set up to increase the coherence and visibility of Global Health research activity across the LSE and will launch with an official event on the 24th October 2017.

The event will be chaired by Professor Julia Black, Pro Director for Research at LSE, and will start with a […]

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    Developing a tool to measure corporate culture from the ‘outside’

Developing a tool to measure corporate culture from the ‘outside’

Dr Tom Reader and Dr Alex Gillespie reflect on the process of developing a tool to measure organisational culture ‘unobtrusively’, and its potential value for investors

 Since May 2016, Dr Tom Reader and Dr Alex Gillespie have led an academic research project to develop a new approach to measuring corporate culture. Funded by the AKO Foundation (a UK charity),5 this […]

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    PBS present at internal launch of new Global Health Initiative research platform

PBS present at internal launch of new Global Health Initiative research platform

PBS’s Professor Cathy Campbell presented a wealth of work dedicated to issues in Global Health at the internal launch of a new multidisciplinary LSE Global Health Initiative. The initiative’s work will apply LSE’s tradition of rigorous social science research to emerging global health challenges.

The Global Health Initiative is a cross-departmental research platform initiated by the Departments of International Development, Psychological […]

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    Investigating organisational culture from the ‘outside’, and implications for investing

Investigating organisational culture from the ‘outside’, and implications for investing

Dr Alex Gillespie and Dr Tom Reader consider how organizational culture can be researched from ‘outside’ an organization and what dimensions could be of particular interest for potential investment decisions.
Organisational culture has consistently been shown to predict a range of performance metrics, including an organisation’s return on assets (ROA), return on equity (ROE), return on investment (ROI), operating margin, market […]

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    Behavioural Economics and Healthcare: A Match Made in Heaven

Behavioural Economics and Healthcare: A Match Made in Heaven

Professor Benjamin Voyer recently delivered a keynote on the application of behavioural economics in the healthcare sector at the Swiss Congress on Health Economics and Health Sciences & Forum for Future Health in Bern, Switzerland.

His keynote was based on the following blog post, originally published on the Behavioral Economics blog.

 

Out of all the areas of public life that can benefit from […]

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