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    Ten 2018 posts that help us understand key issues in the technological revolution

Ten 2018 posts that help us understand key issues in the technological revolution

1. How to tackle the spread of misinformation and the problems it causes (December 1)

A report by the LSE Truth, Trust and Technology Commission suggests a way forward, writes Sonia Livingstone

2. Net neutrality in a hyperlinked internet economy (September 18)

The relaxation of net neutrality rules can have important consequences for internet users, write Joan Calzada and Markos Tselekounis

3. When machines become […]

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Seven pieces of career advice

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Reading list: seven leading LSE women researchers

 

Anna Valero (Centre for Economic Performance):

Budget 2017: productivity is the focus, but ‘fixes’ are unlikely to be enough

 

Beverley Skeggs (International Inequalities Institute):

Wake up, algorithms are trawling your phone while you sleep

 

Connson Locke (Department of Management):

Are you a leader or a manager?

 

Emily Jackson (Department of Law):

Egg freezing has little to do with inflexible workplaces

 

Shani Orgad (Department of Media and Communications)

https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/businessreview/2016/11/04/women-who-quit-their-careers-a-group-rarely-investigated/

 

Sonia Livingstone (Department of Media and Communications)

A complex web of factors influence children’s commercial media literacy

 

Susanna Khavul (Department of Management):

Crowdfunding solves market failures in new venture financing


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