Professor Camille Landais today presented his new book, co-authored with Gabrielle Fack (Universite Paris Dauphine) and Alix Myczkowski (Ecole d'economie de Paris), "Biens publics, charite privee: Comment l'Etat peut-il reguler le charity business?".
The book launch took place in Paris and was chaired by Bertrand Leonard, President de la Fondation HEC.
You can find more information about the book and the launch here.
New blog post by Bert Provan
Stop doing things to residents of poor neighbourhoods without asking what they need
These days, few organisations can escape the clamour to assess the ‘Social Return on Investment’, or SROI, of proposed new projects. But how often are local people actually asked what they need from local investment, and how realistic are the aims of delivery? Read more in Political Quarterly here
STICERD Director Professor Oriana Bandiera to deliver the 2018 RES Annual Public Lecture
Oriana Bandiera is Professor of Economics at LSE and Director of STICERD. In this public lecture, she will explore 'what economists really do', particularly their efforts to analyse and advise on policies to fight extreme poverty and promote economic development that can transform people's lives.
The 2018 Annual Public Lecture will take place on Wednesday 21 November at the Royal Institution in London at 5:30pm and Wednesday 28 November at the University of York at 1:00pm.
Further information is available in the links below.
The London School of Economics and Political Science is a School of the University of London. It is a charity and is incorporated in England as a company limited by guarantee under the Companies Acts (Reg no. 70527).The registered office address of the School is: The London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE, UK; Tel: +44 (0)20 7405 7686