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IP Belgium

La pub magazine a bonne press

Consume magazine content increases the well-being of 6%

Professor Paul Dolan of the London School of Economics and Political Science, a world authority on Positive Psychology and happiness, largely inspired this study. The five factors that lead to well-being according to Dolan have been translated into times media for this study: investment of time, reward, information, sharing and connection.


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IP Belgium - La pub magazine a bonne press

CEP Wellbeing

Paul Dolan webpage


News Posted: 05/12/2016      [Back to the Top]

Epcatalunya.es

La pérdida de trabajo del padre puede afectar hasta medio punto la nota media de los hijos

In the study’Job Loss at Home: Children’s School Performance during the Great Recession in Spain’, researcher Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela, of the Centre for Economic Performance of the London School of Economics, says that the loss of work of the father can lead to a "deterioration" of the educational performance of the children.


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Epcatalunya.es - La pérdida de trabajo del padre puede afectar hasta medio punto la nota media de los hijos

In brief...Parental job loss: the impact on children's school performance

Job Loss at Home: Children's School Performance During the Great Recession in Spain

CEP Education and Skills

Jenifer Ruiz-valenzuela webpage


News Posted: 03/12/2016      [Back to the Top]

The Daily Telegraph

Half measures won't solve the housing crisis

Paul Cheshire, Professor of Economic Geography at the London School of Economics is a longstanding critic of Britain’s byzantine planning system.

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Turning houses into gold: the failure of British planning

CEP Urban and Spatial Programme

Paul Cheshire webpage


News Posted: 02/12/2016      [Back to the Top]

The Daily Telegraph

Minister: Teachers should confiscate iPads as pupils use them to bully and harass

More than 90 per cent of teenagers have mobile phones, but a study by the London School of Economics claimed schools where they were banned saw test scores rise by an average of 6 per cent.


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The Daily Telegraph - Minister: Teachers should confiscate iPads as pupils use them to bully and harass

In brief... Phone home: should mobiles be banned in schools?

Ill Communication: Technology, Distraction & Student Performance

CEP Education and Skills

Richard Murphy webpage


News Posted: 30/11/2016      [Back to the Top]