Quantity of tests rather than quality could be the answer to COVID-19

The future of travel

To discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the way we travel, the tourism industry and the economy, we were very pleased to welcome Tony Wheeler, co-founder of Lonely Planet, esteemed donor of the Wheeler Institute for Business and Development and LBS Alum.

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Quantity of tests rather than quality could be the answer to COVID-19

Quantity of tests rather than quality could be the answer to COVID-19

Rajesh Chandy, Academic Director of the Wheeler Institute was joined in conversation with Kamalini Ramdas, Professor of Management Science and Operations at London Business School.

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Rethinking Capitalism

Rethinking Capitalism

Watch and read about our webinars with Rebecca Henderson, John and Natty McArthur University Professor from Harvard University and Professor Thomas Philippon from Stern School of Business, NYU.

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

Spotlight on the UK economy: A Wheeler Institute webinar series Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School and John Van Reenen, Professor of Management and Economics at MIT Sloan and the London School of Economics, were hosted by  Rajesh Chandy, Co-Academic Director of the Wheeler Institute for Business and Development, to […]

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How power dynamics and competition is impacting economies and consumers across the globe

Professor Thomas Philippon, Stern School of Business NYU, discussed his latest publication The Great Reversal: How America Gave Up on Free Markets, where he argues that many key problems of the American economy are due not to the flaws of capitalism or the inevitabilities of globalisation but to the concentration of corporate power.

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Responsibility, not political expediency, should be at the core of the Government’s decision to merge the Foreign Office with the Department for International Development

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement that the Department for International Development (DFID) would be merged with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office has caused much concern about his Government’s priorities and how aid spending will change as a result of the merged department.

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