London Business School

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  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Bank Mergers And Diversification: Implications For Competition Policy

    This paper analyses competition and mergers among risk averse banks. The authors show that the correlation between the shocks to the demand for loans and the shocks to the supply of deposits induces a strategic interdependence between the two sides of the market. The authors characterize the role of diversification...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    The Impact Of Private Equity Ownership On Portfolio Firms' Corporate Tax Planning

    This paper investigates whether private equity (PE) firms influence the tax practices of their portfolio firms. Prior research documents that PE firms create economic value in portfolio firms through effective governance, financial, and operational engineering. Given PE firms' focus on value creation, the author examines whether PE firms influence the...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Political Connections, SEC Enforcement And Accounting Quality

    This paper examines whether firms and executives that have built political connections through political contributions and lobbying face lower enforcement costs by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Firms with low accounting quality have greater political expenses on average. They increase these expenditures during the period of misreporting and are...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Market Reaction To Securitization Retained Interest Impairments During The Financial Crisis Of 2007-2008

    In this study, the authors investigate equity market reactions to the announcement of impairments of retained interests arising from asset securitizations made by financial institutions during the Financial Crisis of 2007-2008. In the past two decades, asset securitizations were used extensively by financial institutions as an indirect means of borrowing...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Risk Management Starts At The Top

    Where were the boards of directors of the world's largest financial firms when their managements were loading up on risky collateralized debt obligations and structured investment vehicles? What happened to the risk-management procedures laid out in their corporate governance guidelines? The authors have found a strong correlation between the size...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Why Should My Employer Support Me On The EMBA?

    Regina Dodge, EMBA alumnae 2003, explains why supporting an employee on the Executive MBA is a good investment and provides useful insights on developing a successful business case.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Marketing And Neuroscience

    Tim Ambler discusses the benefits and pitfalls for marketers of using neuroscience research to understand how the mind works and how companies can take advantage of it.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Building Brands From The Inside Out

    Nader Tavassoli, Professor of Marketing, talks about building a brand internally.

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Why Is Marketing So Important

    Marco Bertini, Assistant Professor of Marketing, talks about Marketing and how the principle of 'Knowing your customer' applies to all professions.

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Marketing And Human Instincts

    Daniel Goldstein, Assistant Professor of Marketing, talks about how the simple rules underlying human decision making can have a huge impact on consumer behaviour.

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Marketing Fundamentals

    Marco Bertini, Assistant Professor of Marketing, talks about the essentials of marketing.

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Entrepreneurship In An Economic Downturn

    John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Entrepreneurship, discusses the impact the credit crunch will have on entrepreneurs, and gives the truth behind some myths about investors.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Competing With Low Cost Rivals

    In this webcast, Nirmalya Kumar, Professor of Marketing, explains how traditional retailers can compete with low cost rivals during an economic downturn.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Launching A New Venture

    What strategies can entrepreneurs adopt to help them weather the current economic storm? John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice, has researched entrepreneurial ventures and offers some valuable insights.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Getting Marketing Onto The Boardroom Table

    In a new podcast Tim Ambler considers the importance of boards discussing marketing before all else, and suggests that marketing shouldn't always be the first cut made in a recession.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Reality Checks For Private Equity

    Chris Higson, Professor of Accounting, provides a reality check into what went wrong with private equity as well as his insights into what the future now holds.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Chris Higson - Fourth Briefing Of The 'Crisis Compendium'

    The School has been providing a regular commentary on the economic crisis and likely scenarios for the future. Chris Higson, Associate Professor of Accounting, provided his insights on the recession and the types of companies that will be affected.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Challenges For Measuring Performance

    Sir Andrew Likierman, Professor of Management Practice in Accounting, discusses the challenges involved in accurately measuring performance.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Family Firms

    In a new podcast Nigel Nicholson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School, explains why other organisations need to pay attention to the unique culture of family firms.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Setting Executive Pay

    In a new podcast Robin Buchanan, President of London Business School, discusses the ways in which boards should respond to the current scrutiny of executive pay from politicians, shareholders, the media and the general public.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Gen Y

    Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice, on the Gen Y management challenges and recommendations.

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Leaders For Our Times

    How can firms nurture and develop managers and executives into leaders capable of turning today's problems into tomorrow's opportunities? Dr Babis Mainemelis, Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour, provides creative solutions.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Power And The Illusion Of Control

    Niro Sivanathan's latest research investigates why power creates the illusion of control over uncontrollable situations, perhaps leading to some of the risky decisions that contributed to the global financial crisis.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    How Individuals And Organisations Can Innovate In A Recession

    Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice in Organisational Behaviour explains why recessions are a good time for new management practices to emerge.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Global Warning

    Climate change is, according to Michael Blowfield, Teaching Fellow of Organisational Behaviour, a reality that business leaders must not just accept. They must also be at the forefront of solving this global crisis.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Forging The New Talent Compact

    It is difficult to attract and keep top talent, acknowledges Doug Ready, Visiting Professor of Organisational Behaviour, but he believes that your company's culture and climate are key to creating a system that works.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Learn To Glow

    Create a co-operative environment within your organisation and you will radiate energy, innovation and success, says Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Developing Enterprise Leaders

    Doug Ready, Visiting Professor of Organisational Behaviour, talks about the importance of developing enterprise leaders.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Leading Clever People

    Rob Goffee, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, discusses his latest research which reveals the growing importance of a small number of smart employees in organisations.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    What Prevents Middle Manager From Getting To The Top?

    Richard Jolly, Adjunct Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, discusses the obstacles facing middle managers who want to progress.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Ready For Change?

    Professor Michael Jarrett, discusses the internal and external complexities of organisational change and argues the case for being ready for change - always.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Family Businesses

    Nigel Nicholson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, talks about family businesses, leadership and Maasai warriors - and how these topics are related.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Rob Goffee - Do You Know How To Lead Clever People

    The challenge of leading clever people, the people that have the intellectual capital which is at the core of the value of the firms within which they work...

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Nigel Nicholson - Critical Leader Relationships

    It's really important that we, when we're selecting people that we work with, don't just clone ourselves...

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Is Creative Culture Linked To Play?

    In this podcast, Babis Mainemelis, Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour discusses the link between creative culture and play.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Critical Leader Relationships (Audio)

    Professor Nigel Nicholson explains why it's really important when we're selecting people that we work with, we don't just clone ourselves.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Radical New Product Innovation (Audio)

    Professor Costas Markides discusses innovation, in particular radical new product innovation.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Tour The Campus

    Join Dana McNabb for a whistle-stop tour of the London Business School campus.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Is There Hope For The Planet?

    Yiorgos Mylonadis, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Strategic and International Management, talks about how to encourage companies to find ways to beat global warming.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Curriculum And flexibility

    In this webcast, hear more about the benefits of the flexible 15-21 month MBA.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Why Should My Employer Support Me On The EMBA?

    Regina Dodge, EMBA alumnae 2003, explains why supporting an employee on the Executive MBA is a good investment and provides useful insights on developing a successful business case.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Marketing And Neuroscience

    Tim Ambler discusses the benefits and pitfalls for marketers of using neuroscience research to understand how the mind works and how companies can take advantage of it.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Building Brands From The Inside Out

    Nader Tavassoli, Professor of Marketing, talks about building a brand internally.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Why Is Marketing So Important

    Marco Bertini, Assistant Professor of Marketing, talks about Marketing and how the principle of 'Knowing your customer' applies to all professions.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Marketing And Human Instincts

    Daniel Goldstein, Assistant Professor of Marketing, talks about how the simple rules underlying human decision making can have a huge impact on consumer behaviour.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Marketing Fundamentals

    Marco Bertini, Assistant Professor of Marketing, talks about the essentials of marketing.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Entrepreneurship In An Economic Downturn

    John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice in Entrepreneurship, discusses the impact the credit crunch will have on entrepreneurs, and gives the truth behind some myths about investors.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Competing With Low Cost Rivals

    In this webcast, Nirmalya Kumar, Professor of Marketing, explains how traditional retailers can compete with low cost rivals during an economic downturn.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Launching A New Venture

    What strategies can entrepreneurs adopt to help them weather the current economic storm? John Mullins, Associate Professor of Management Practice, has researched entrepreneurial ventures and offers some valuable insights.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Getting Marketing Onto The Boardroom Table

    In a new podcast Tim Ambler considers the importance of boards discussing marketing before all else, and suggests that marketing shouldn't always be the first cut made in a recession.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Reality Checks For Private Equity

    Chris Higson, Professor of Accounting, provides a reality check into what went wrong with private equity as well as his insights into what the future now holds.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Chris Higson - Fourth Briefing Of The 'Crisis Compendium'

    The School has been providing a regular commentary on the economic crisis and likely scenarios for the future. Chris Higson, Associate Professor of Accounting, provided his insights on the recession and the types of companies that will be affected.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Challenges For Measuring Performance

    Sir Andrew Likierman, Professor of Management Practice in Accounting, discusses the challenges involved in accurately measuring performance.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Family Firms

    In a new podcast Nigel Nicholson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School, explains why other organisations need to pay attention to the unique culture of family firms.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Setting Executive Pay

    In a new podcast Robin Buchanan, President of London Business School, discusses the ways in which boards should respond to the current scrutiny of executive pay from politicians, shareholders, the media and the general public.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Gen Y

    Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice, on the Gen Y management challenges and recommendations.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Leaders For Our Times

    How can firms nurture and develop managers and executives into leaders capable of turning today's problems into tomorrow's opportunities? Dr Babis Mainemelis, Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour, provides creative solutions.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Power And The Illusion Of Control

    Niro Sivanathan's latest research investigates why power creates the illusion of control over uncontrollable situations, perhaps leading to some of the risky decisions that contributed to the global financial crisis.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    How Individuals And Organisations Can Innovate In A Recession

    Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice in Organisational Behaviour explains why recessions are a good time for new management practices to emerge.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Global Warning

    Climate change is, according to Michael Blowfield, Teaching Fellow of Organisational Behaviour, a reality that business leaders must not just accept. They must also be at the forefront of solving this global crisis.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Forging The New Talent Compact

    It is difficult to attract and keep top talent, acknowledges Doug Ready, Visiting Professor of Organisational Behaviour, but he believes that your company's culture and climate are key to creating a system that works.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Learn To Glow

    Create a co-operative environment within your organisation and you will radiate energy, innovation and success, says Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Developing Enterprise Leaders

    Doug Ready, Visiting Professor of Organisational Behaviour, talks about the importance of developing enterprise leaders.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Leading Clever People

    Rob Goffee, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, discusses his latest research which reveals the growing importance of a small number of smart employees in organisations.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    What Prevents Middle Manager From Getting To The Top?

    Richard Jolly, Adjunct Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, discusses the obstacles facing middle managers who want to progress.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Ready For Change?

    Professor Michael Jarrett, discusses the internal and external complexities of organisational change and argues the case for being ready for change - always.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Family Businesses

    Nigel Nicholson, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, talks about family businesses, leadership and Maasai warriors - and how these topics are related.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Rob Goffee - Do You Know How To Lead Clever People

    The challenge of leading clever people, the people that have the intellectual capital which is at the core of the value of the firms within which they work...

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Nigel Nicholson - Critical Leader Relationships

    It's really important that we, when we're selecting people that we work with, don't just clone ourselves...

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Is Creative Culture Linked To Play?

    In this podcast, Babis Mainemelis, Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour discusses the link between creative culture and play.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Critical Leader Relationships (Audio)

    Professor Nigel Nicholson explains why it's really important when we're selecting people that we work with, we don't just clone ourselves.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Radical New Product Innovation (Audio)

    Professor Costas Markides discusses innovation, in particular radical new product innovation.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Tour The Campus

    Join Dana McNabb for a whistle-stop tour of the London Business School campus.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Is There Hope For The Planet?

    Yiorgos Mylonadis, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Strategic and International Management, talks about how to encourage companies to find ways to beat global warming.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Curriculum And flexibility

    In this webcast, hear more about the benefits of the flexible 15-21 month MBA.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Worldwide Community

    In this webcast, hear from some of the students and alumni in the global MBA network.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Can Firms Shape Their Environments To Gain An Architectural Advantage?

    Michael G Jacobides, Associate Professor of Strategic and International Management talks about how firms can shape their environments to gain an architectural advantage.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Beyond The Classroom

    In this webcast, hear the students talk about School clubs, social events and networking opportunities.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Why London Business School?

    In this webcast, listen to members of the School community explain why they chose London Business School.

    Provided By London Business School

  • Podcasts // Jan 2010

    Managing Your Own Career In Today's Labour Market

    Isabel Fernandez, Assistant Professor of Strategic and International Management, talks about her research examining how changes in today's labour market have radically altered the way that careers are managed.

    Provided By London Business School