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Abbas, Rameez (2017) Internal migrants in India experience a lesser citizenship status and curtailed rights. South Asia @ LSE (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Abbas, Tahir (2017) Contemporary Turkey in conflict: how ethnic, political and religious conflicts will define Turkey’s future. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Jan 2017). Website.

Abbas, Tahir (2017) Long read review: the enemy within: a tale of Muslim Britain by Sayeeda Warsi. LSE Review of Books (10 May 2017). Website.

Abbas, Tahir (2017) Repression, terrorism and fear: Erdoğan’s Turkey heads for the brink. Democratic Audit UK (10 Jan 2017). Website.

Abbas, Tahir (2017) A personality cult that plays on popular fears: how Erdoğan won the Turkish referendum. Democratic Audit UK (17 Apr 2017). Website.

Abbasi, Asad (2017) Book review: after Piketty: the agenda for economics and inequality edited by Heather Boushey, J. Bradford DeLong and Marshall Steinbaum. LSE Review of Books (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Abbasi, Asad (2017) Book review: prison narratives by Akhtar Baloch. South Asia @ LSE (28 Jul 2017). Website.

Abdolmohammadi, Pejman (2017) The Iranian Presidential Election: Will Rouhani be Stopped by the Conservatives? Middle East Centre Blog (15 May 2017). Website.

Abidin, Crystal (2017) Micro-microcelebrity: famous babies and business on the internet. Parenting for a Digital Future (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Acolin, Arthur and Vitiello, Domenic (2017) Population change means fewer Asians are living in Chinatowns, but more Asians now own properties within them. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Oct 2017). Website.

Adams, Brian (2017) Going local – but does decentralisation actually make for more innovative policy? Democratic Audit UK (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Addas, Shamel (2017) Don’t curse the inflow of emails: It can help you do your job better. LSE Business Review Blog (15 Nov 2017). Website.

Adebowale, Lord and Kippin, Henry (2017) From public services to “services to the public”: the three elements of contemporary welfare. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2017). Website.

Adema, Janneke and Moore, Samuel A. (2017) The Radical Open Access Collective: building alliances for a progressive, scholar-led commons. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Oct 2017). Website.

Adema, Janneke and Stone, Graham (2017) Taking back control: the new university and academic presses that are re-envisioning scholarly publishing. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Adena, Maja and Harke, Julian (2017) A quality certificate increases trust and donations to a charity. LSE Business Review (08 Sep 2017). Website.

Adeney, Katharine (2017) India's federal success: recognition is the way forward. South Asia @ LSE (19 Oct 2017). Website.

Adler, Joanna R. (2017) When is a toothbrush not just a toothbrush? Parenting for a Digital Future (11 Jan 2017). Website.

Adriaensen, Johan (2017) The future of EU trade negotiations: what has been learned from CETA and TTIP? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Nov 2017). Website.

Afonso, Alexandre and Devitt, Camilla (2017) If the UK wants to cut immigration, it must change its model of capitalism. LSE Brexit (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Ahlfeldt, Gabriel (2017) Who benefits from neighbourhoods designated as conservation areas? LSE Business Review Blog (27 Nov 2017). Website.

Ahmad, Nafees (2017) India should reconsider its decision not to participate in the belt and road initiative. South Asia @ LSE (22 Jun 2017). Website.

Ahmed, Wasim (2017) Using Twitter as a data source: an overview of social media research tools (updated for 2017). Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 May 2017). Website.

Aitchison, Guy (2017) Book review: the ethics and politics of immigration: core issues and emerging trends edited by Alex Sager. LSE Review of Books (16 May 2017). Website.

Akkerman, Tjitske (2017) Populism is overrated - if there is a threat to democracy, it's from authoritarian nationalism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 Jul 2017). Website.

Al-Ghazzi, Omar (2017) The Islamic State FAQs. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (13 Jun 2017). Website.

Al-Kaisy, Aida (2017) Book review: Arab national media and political change: recording the transition by Fatima El-Issawi. LSE Review of Books (19 Oct 2017). Website.

Al-Rasheed, Madawi (2017) King Salman and his son: Winning the US losing the rest. LSE Middle East Paper Series. LSE Middle East Centre, London, UK.

Al-Rasheed, Madawi (2017) Sectarianism as counter-revolution: Saudi responses to the Arab Spring. In: Hashemi, Nader and Postel, Danny, (eds.) Sectarianization: Mapping the New Politics of the Middle East. Hurst & Co., London, UK.

Al-Sarihi, Aisha (2017) Why is there almost no renewable energy in Oman? Middle East Centre Blog (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Alagappa, Harish (2017) India @ 70: From inauspicious beginnings to a superpower in the making. South Asia @ LSE (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Alagappa, Harish (2017) India @ 70: does forced philanthropy work? South Asia @ LSE (01 Apr 2017). Website.

Alagappa, Harish (2017) Looking forward to India @ 70: LSE India Summit 2017. South Asia @ LSE (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Alagappa, Harish and Campion, Sonali (2017) India @70: citizenship and the constitution of India. South Asia @ LSE (07 Apr 2017). Website.

Albertazzi, Daniele (2017) Forget about Strasbourg, it’s Rome that will make or break the Five Star Movement. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Jan 2017). Website.

Albertazzi, Daniele (2017) Italy’s looming election: will the Five Star Movement really form the next government? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Apr 2017). Website.

Alderighi, Marco, Gaggero, Alberto A. and Piga, Claudio A. (2017) The hidden sides of ‘dynamic pricing’ for airline tickets. LSE Business Review (10 May 2017). Website.

Aldrich, Howard and Al-Turk, Akram (2017) Four strategies to increase the likelihood of creating and sustaining successful research teams. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (Oct 2017). Website.

Alexander, Nicholas and Doherty, Anne Marie (2017) Tiffany & Co.: a nineteenth century American retailer in Paris and London. LSE Business Review (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Alexander Shaw, Kate (2017) Will Labour’s ‘six tests’ hold the government to account on the UK’s Brexit deal? LSE Department of Government Blog (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Alexander Shaw, Kate (2017) jkldfjadlkfjlasdkjf. LSE Department of Government Blog (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Alexandropoulos, Alexandros (2017) France reaction: Macron wins, but he will lead a divided country. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 May 2017). Website.

Alexandropoulos, Alexandros (2017) Prelude to a political crisis? Why France now has an abstention problem in legislative elections. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Jun 2017). Website.

Alexandropoulos, Alexandros (2017) The manifesto everyone hates to love. Euro Crisis in the Press (01 Jun 2017). Website.

Alfani, Guido (2017) The long-run tendency for wealth to concentrate in a few hands. LSE Business Review (27 Apr 2017). Website.

Alhashel, Bader (2017) Do sovereign wealth funds bring value to their investments? Middle East Centre Blog (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Ali, Sultana and Rehman Cheema, Abdur (2017) Counting the uncounted: the economic contributions of women in rural Sindh. South Asia @ LSE (01 Jun 2017). Website.

Ali Shah, Nadir and Cheema, Abdur Rehman (2017) Stolen childhoods: the dilemma of child marriage in rural Sindh. South Asia @ LSE (13 Jul 2017). Website.

Ali Siyal, Ghamz E (2017) Analysing the reality of climate-induced migration in Pakistan's semi-arid regions. South Asia @ LSE (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Allbeson, Janet (2017) Government has quietly published reports on the impact of child maintenance reforms. Here’s what you need to know. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2017). Website.

Allen, Andy (2017) The ‘academy revolution’ is ousting governors. We need to hold these schools accountable. Democratic Audit UK (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Allen, Graham (2017) In defence of representative democracy: How I will be voting on the Article 50 bill, by Graham Allen MP. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Allen, Graham (2017) In defence of representative democracy: How I will be votingon the Article 50 bill, by Graham Allen MP. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Allen, Graham (2017) In defence of representative democracy: how I will be voting on the Article 50 bill, by Graham Allen MP. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Jan 2017). Website.

Allen, Graham and Blick, Andrew (2017) Protecting even prime ministers from themselves: why fixed-term parliaments seem a good idea. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jul 2017). Website.

Allen, Peter (2017) Choosing uncertainty: why rational decision-making doesn't always work in politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Oct 2017). Website.

Allen, Peter, Böttcher, Julia and Skokan, Jozef (2017) Report of the large-scale Structures in random graphs workshop. Maths@LSE Blog (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Allen, Peter and Cutts, David (2017) Do women and men support women’s representation equally? British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jan 2017). Website.

Allen, Tim and Parker, Melissa (2017) Debunking delusions around deworming. Africa at LSE (13 Feb 2017). Website.

Allègre, Guillaume (2017) Macron vs Le Pen: a referendum on globalisation? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 May 2017). Website.

Alonso, Gregorio (2017) Bicentenary celebrations of Latin American independence obscure the complex realities of the birth of nations. USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Sep 2017). Blog Entry.

Alonso Alonso, Lucas Juan Manuel (2017) Greece: any better times or more pitfalls ahead? Euro Crisis in the Press (01 May 2017). Website.

Alonso Alonso, Lucas Juan Manuel (2017) Rerouting Globalisation: from economic to human development. Euro Crisis in the Press (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Alper, Meryl (2017) Making the familiar strange: studying the Syrian refugee crisis. Parenting for a Digital Future (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Amboko, Julians (2017) Ghana won’t be able to fix its economy if it uses last decade’s rule book. LSE Business Review (25 Jan 2017). Website.

Amboko, Julians (2017) Sluggish recovery by low-income countries could be Africa's next big challenge. Africa at LSE (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Amboko, Julians (2017) The Southern African wild card: High foreign debt, weak currencies and default risk. LSE Business Review (08 May 2017). Website.

Amboko, Julians (2017) What the South African anti-foreign riots say about the country’s economy. LSE Business Review (02 Mar 2017). Website.

Amboko, Julians (2017) Why the pressure for higher minimum wages is gaining traction in Africa. LSE Business Review (23 Jun 2017). Website.

Amerian, Sirous (2017) Don’t let diplomacy down. Middle East Centre Blog (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Ancarani, Alessandro, Ayach, Ali A., Di Mauro, Carmela, Mancuso, Paolo and Gitto, Simone (2017) Is religious diversity good for team performance? LSE Business Review (13 Feb 2017). Website.

Anciaes, Paulo Rui (2017) Book review: justice and fairness in the city: a multidisciplinary approach to ‘ordinary’ cities edited by Simin Davoudi and Derek Bell. LSE Review of Books (05 Jan 2017). Website.

Andersen, Jon Aarum (2017) Is leadership research betraying leaders? LSE Business Review (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Andersen, Jon Aarum (2017) Leadership studies: all bridges have been burned. LSE Business Review (05 Sep 2017). Website.

Anderson, Harry (2017) Classed spaces – Harry Anderson. Researching Sociology (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Anderson, Paul (2017) Catalonia’s independence referendum: the stage is set for yet another political and legal battle. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Anderson, Paul (2017) Indyref2: a bold but unsurprising move from Nicola Sturgeon. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Anderson, Paul (2017) Scotland, Brexit and Spain: A special deal for Scotland is unlikely. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Andow, James (2017) Book review: philosophy within its proper bounds by Edouard Machery. LSE Review of Books (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Aneez, Zeenab (2017) Digital transitions in the newsroom: how are Indian language papers adapting differently? South Asia @ LSE (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Ang, Geraldine (2017) What's holding back investment and innovation in renewable energy? LSE Business Review (21 Jul 2017). Website.

Angelo, Paul (2017) In a Trumpian world, the UK and the EU need to agree on greater commitments to collective security. LSE Brexit (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Angier, Tom (2017) The British Left are desperate for good news – Macron and Schulz will disappoint them. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Mar 2017). Website.

Angier, Tom (2017) What French philosophy can tell us about the EU, nationhood, and the decline of social democracy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Anguelov, Nikolay (2017) How the new digital world is changing how we conceive of soft power. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Anil, Pratinav (2017) Book review: army and nation: the military and Indian democracy since independence by Steven I. Wilkinson. South Asia @ LSE (10 Feb 2017). Website.

Antonucci, Lorenza, Horvath, Laszlo and Krouwel, André (2017) Brexit was not the voice of the working class nor of the uneducated - it was of the squeezed middle. LSE Brexit (31 Oct 2017). Blog Entry.

Anwar, Samra and Cheema, Abdur Rehman (2017) The future of FATA: when reforms come knocking. South Asia @ LSE (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Appelbaum, Eileen and Batt, Rosemary (2017) Tracking the pesky myths that blame women for the glass ceiling. LSE Business Review (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Aragón, Fernando and Rud, Juan Pablo (2017) Where mining takes place, food production takes a hit in Ghana. LSE Business Review (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Arat, Alp (2017) We need to talk about mindfulness: the changing face of religion and the secular in the public sphere. Religion and the Public Sphere (28 Apr 2017). Website.

Arimatus, Louise and Chinkin, Christine (2017) International Women’s Day 2017: Moving forward in a time of uncertainty and upheaval. Women, Peace and Security (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Arndt, Christoph and Rennwald, Line (2017) Workers in smaller companies are more likely to vote conservative. LSE Business Review (25 Jul 2017). Website.

Arnesen, Sveinung (2017) Election reaction: Norway's government secures a fragile second term. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Arrebola, Carlos (2017) The European Commission's Google decision will affect competition law. LSE Business Review (08 Jul 2017). Website.

Arrebola, Carlos and Deller, Rosemary (2017) Book review: reading list: 5 recommended classics on European integration to read in the age of Brexit. LSE Review of Books (06 Sep 2017). Website.

Arrébola, Carlos A. (2017) How do LSE blogs impact the academic sphere? Blogs as citable items in scholarly publications. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Jun 2017). Website.

Arrébola, Carlos A. and Mollett, Amy (2017) How do LSE Blogs impact the academic sphere? Exploring the effects of blogging on published research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Jun 2017). Website.

Arrébola, Carlos A. and Mollett, Amy (2017) Introducing the Impact of LSE Blogs project! Impact of Social Sciences Blog (31 May 2017). Website.

Arya, Rina (2017) Cultural appropriation: analysing the use of Hindu symbols within consumerism. South Asia @ LSE (27 Sep 2017). Website.

Arza, Valeria and López, Emanuel (2017) Embedding open science practices within evaluation systems can promote research that meets societal needs in developing countries. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Askoy, Cevat Giray, Carpenter, Christopher S. and Frank, Jefferson (2017) How your sexual orientation affects your salary in the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Asparouhova, Elena and Bossaerts, Peter (2017) Dark markets: does private information make price formation less efficient? LSE Business Review Blog (20 Nov 2017). Website.

Atchison, Amy (2017) Making research articles freely available can help to negate gender citation effects in political science. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 Apr 2017). Website.

Athanassiou, Cerelia (2017) Trump’s Russia connections show the need for continued vigilance over money laundering. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Attoh, Kafui (2017) How poor public transit makes idiots of us all. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Sep 2017). Website.

Au, Anson (2017) A social ecological approach for ethnography: Flexibilizing roles and remembering social embeddedness. Thinking Methods (02 Jan 2017). Website.

Aubin, Barbara (2017) Book review: lobbying for change: find your voice to create a better society by Alberto Alemanno. LSE Review of Books (24 Jul 2017). Website.

Author, Unkown (2017) The Ballpark podcast Episode 2.7 The Rural-Urban Divide. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Oct 2017). Website.

Avlijaš, Sonja (2017) How economic growth strategies affect female employment: the case of Eastern Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Jan 2017). Website.

Avril, Emmanuelle (2017) New Labour and after: the toxic consequences of cynical party management. Democratic Audit UK (07 Apr 2017). Website.

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Baatsaikhan, Uuriintuya and Schoenmaker, Dirk (2017) Can EU actors keep using common law after Brexit? LSE Brexit (14 Jul 2017). Website.

Babayan, Nelli (2017) The Kremlin doesn’t promote autocracy – it simply trolls whomever it dislikes. Democratic Audit UK (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Babayan, Nelli (2017) The Kremlin doesn’t promote autocracy – it simply trolls whomever it dislikes. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Bacon, Linda (2017) Eating for the environment. LSE Behavioural Science (28 Apr 2017). Website.

Bailey, David, Driffield, Nigel and Karoglou, Michail (2017) Brexit means inward investment to the UK will fall. LSE Brexit (21 Jul 2017). Website.

Bailey, David, Driffield, Nigel and Karoglou, Michail (2017) With Brexit, inward investment will fall in the UK. LSE Business Review (19 Jul 2017). Website.

Bailey, Kate (2017) LSE Lit Fest 2017 book review: age of anger: a history of the present by Pankaj Mishra. LSE Review of Books (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Baird, Adam (2017) Breaking bad: recognising the role of masculinities can help prevent gang formation in Latin America and the Caribbean. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (18 Jul 2017). Website.

Baker, Catherine (2017) Book review: transnationalism, diaspora and migrants from the former Yugoslavia in Britain by Gayle Munro. LSE Review of Books (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Baker, Catherine (2017) Eurovision 2017 was remarkable for its lack of politics. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 May 2017). Website.

Baker, Catherine (2017) Why were Bosniaks treated more favourably than today’s Muslim refugees? On differing narratives of identity, religion and security. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Bakhtsiyarava, Maryia (2017) Immigrants from Mexico are more likely to be exposed to industrial pollution in wealthy regions of the US. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (08 May 2017). Website.

Balafoutas, Loukas (2017) Taking uninformed consumers for a ride. LSE Business Review (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Baldwin, James (2017) Book review: rebel law, insurgents, courts and justice in modern conflict by Frank Ledwidge. LSE Review of Books (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Bale, Tim (2017) Friends with benefits? Nine things worth knowing about the links between centre-left parties and trade unions. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Apr 2017). Website.

Ballas, Dimitris, Dorling, Danny and Hennig, Benjamin (2017) An atlas with a positive message for a European people united in diversity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 May 2017). Website.

Ballesteros, Isolina (2017) Book review: in permanent crisis. Ethnicity in contemporary European media and cinema by Ipek A. Celik. LSE Review of Books (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Ban, Cornel and Gabor, Daniela (2017) The state, inequality and the politics of economic ideas: three blind spots in shadow banking. LSE Business Review (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Bangham, George (2017) Is the national living wage improving living standards? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Banks, Antoine (2017) Anger makes ethnocentrism among whites a stronger predictor of racial and immigration policy opinions. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Jul 2017). Website.

Banks, Mark (2017) BBC pay: we need equality all the way down - not just for the elite. LSE Business Review (24 Jul 2017). Website.

Bannerman, Gordon (2017) Is Liam Fox’s ‘free-trading nation’ of the past a model for post-Brexit Britain? LSE Brexit (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Bansak, Kirk, Hainmueller, Jens and Hangartner, Dominik (2017) Europeans would accept more Refugees—if the asylum system were fair. LSE Department of Government Blog (05 Jul 2017). Website.

Bao, Te, Hommes, Cars and Makarewicz, Tomasz (2017) Bubbles and crashes: A vicious cycle of self-fulfilling investor sentiment. LSE Business Review Blog (16 Nov 2017). Website.

Barbour, Virginia, Bloom, Theodora, Lin, Jennifer and Moylan, Elizabeth (2017) Minor, substantial or wholesale amendments: it’s time to rethink changes to published articles and avoid unnecessary stigma. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Jun 2017). Website.

Barlow, Jordan B. and Dennis, Alan R. (2017) ‘Collective intelligence’ is not necessarily present in virtual groups. LSE Business Review (11 Jan 2017). Website.

Barnard, Catherine and Ludlow, Amy (2017) The view from East Anglia: Brexit messages to Theresa May. LSE Brexit (01 Jun 2017). Website.

Barneback Andersen, Thomas, Bentzen, Jeanet and Dalgaard, Klaus Guimarães (2017) Weber may have been wrong in tracing the hard work ethic to Protestantism. LSE Business Review (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Barnett, Steven (2017) Press regulation: three reasons why a 30 year old campaign must continue. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Barnett, Steven (2017) Press regulation: three reasons why a 30 year old campaignmust continue. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Baron, Samantha (2017) A Grand challenge initiative for social work: a call for action to the social sciences. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Jun 2017). Website.

Barrett, Gavin (2017) How Article 127 of the EEA Agreement could keep the UK in the single market. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Jan 2017). Website.

Barslund, Mikkel, Busse, Matthias, Lenaerts, Karolien, Ludolph, Lars and Renman, Vilde (2017) The integration of Bosnian refugees: an encouraging story that provides lessons for the current migration crisis. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Barwise, Patrick (2017) Disrupting the digital giants – advertisers and traditional media push back. Media Policy Blog (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Basedow, Robert (2017) How international regulatory cooperation can ease a ‘hard’ Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Basta, Karlo (2017) The Catalan endgame: how we got to where we are. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Sep 2017). Website.

Basta, Karlo (2017) Catalonia's referendum on independence: clarity in uncertainty. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Sep 2017). Website.

Basu, Shrabani and Campion, Sonali (2017) “The Indian soldiers were desperately homesick, they longed to go home and who can blame them?” – Shrabani Basu. South Asia @ LSE (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Batarseh., Feras A. (2017) Thoughts on the future of human knowledge and machine intelligence. LSE Business Review (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Batarseh., Feras A. (2017) Thoughts on the future of human knowledge and machine intelligence. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Sep 2017). Website.

Bauer, Paul C. and Schulte-Cloos, Julia (2017) Measuring the diversity of each party's candidates in the German election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Sep 2017). Website.

Baviskar, Amita and Bowers, Rebecca (2017) “Cities have gained water at the expense of the countryside in India” – Amita Baviskar. South Asia @ LSE (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Baxter, Graeme, Burnett, Simon, Isaacs, John, MacLeod, Iain, Pedersen, Sarah and Tait, Elizabeth (2017) Scottish leaders’ debates on Twitter: Sturgeon, Davidson, and ‘indyref2’ dominated proceedings. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jun 2017). Website.

Baxter, Graeme, Burnett, Simon, Isaacs, John, MacLeod, Iain, Pedersen, Sarah and Tait, Elizabeth (2017) Scottish leaders’ debates on Twitter: Sturgeon, Davidson, and ‘indyref2’ dominated proceedings. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jun 2017). Website.

Baynes, Grace (2017) Collaboration and concerted action are key to making open data a reality. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (29 Oct 2017). Website.

Bechev, Dimitar (2017) Bulgaria heads to the polls – and the tide may be turning against Boyko Borisov. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Bechev, Dimitar (2017) Election reaction: the status quo wins in Bulgaria. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Mar 2017). Website.

Bechev, Dimitar (2017) No hope in Turkey. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Apr 2017). Website.

Bechev, Dimitar (2017) The West needs to call Russia’s bluff in the Balkans. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Feb 2017). Website.

Bechev, Dimitar, Gordy, Eric, Avlijaš, Sonja, Bojar, Abel, Prelec, Tena, Kmezić, Marko and Tomic, Slobodan (2017) Experts react: Aleksandar Vučić wins Serbia’s presidential election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Becker, Elizabeth (2017) Book review: Eisenhower and Cambodia: diplomacy, covert action and the origins of the second Indochina war by William J. Rust. LSE Review of Books (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Becker, Sascha O., Fetzer, Fetzer and Novy, Dennis (2017) Unemployment, reliance on factory jobs and low income explain Brexit. LSE Brexit (25 Jul 2017). Website.

Becker, Sascha O., Fetzer, Thiemo and Novy, Dennis (2017) Unemployment, reliance on factory jobs and low income explain the Brexit vote. LSE Business Review (Jul 2017). Website.

Beckwith, Karen (2017) Cabinets and concrete floors: the women in Macron’s cabinet strengthen the case for gender parity in government. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 May 2017). Website.

Beel, David (2017) How can 'civil society' actors influence local devolution? The case of Greater Manchester. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Beer, David (2017) Book review: radicals: outsiders changing the world by Jamie Bartlett. LSE Review of Books (31 Jul 2017). Website.

Beer, David (2017) Data-led politics: do analytics have the power that we are led to believe? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Beer, David (2017) Measuring and engineering influence on social media: what does this mean for political power? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Jan 2017). Website.

Begg, Iain (2017) Expect a backlash if the £50bn offer doesn't move negotiations on. LSE Brexit (30 Nov 2017). Website.

Begg, Iain (2017) Juncker's State of the Union signals that interest in Brexit is declining across the EU. LSE Brexit (28 Sep 2017). Website.

Begg, Iain (2017) May in Florence: renaissance or resistance? LSE Brexit (23 Sep 2017). Website.

Begg, Iain (2017) The gaffe that keeps on taking: how to break the deadlock over Britain's EU divorce bill. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Oct 2017). Website.

Begg, Iain (2017) The gaffe that keeps on taking: how to break the deadlock over Britain's EU divorce bill. LSE Brexit (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Begg, Iain (2017) The productivity gap adds to the concerns about how Brexit can be navigated. LSE Brexit (29 Nov 2017). Website.

Behr, Adam, Negus, Keith and Street, John (2017) Understanding musical copyright in the digital age. LSE Business Review (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Behuria, Pritish (2017) The cautious return of import substitution in Africa. Africa at LSE (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Behuria, Pritish (2017) The tentative developmental state in Rwanda: From anti-manufacturing to recapturing the domestic market. International Development (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Behuria, Pritish (2017) The youth in Africa: Opportunities, resistance and transformation. International Development (23 May 2017). Website.

Belcher, Erica (2017) Inequality in Mexico and how to address it. LSE Department of Government Blog (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Bell, Lauren C. (2017) Trump is casting a long shadow over the narrow race for Virginia governor. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Bell, Lauren C. (2017) Why blocking Gorsuch’s Supreme Court nomination may be damaging for Democrats in the long term. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Benedikter, Roland and Karolewski, Ireneusz Pawel (2017) The EU at 60: why there is hope the future will be brighter than many expect. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Mar 2017). Website.

Benedikter, Roland and Karolewski, Ireneusz Pawel (2017) Italy’s migration crisis is a clear threat to European unity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Benedikter, Roland and Tsedze, Mensa (2017) Symbolic emancipation and present challenges in Togo. Africa at LSE (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Benedikter, Roland and Tsedze, William Mensa (2017) ‘Progress for the Few’ – a retrospective of democratisation and development in Togo. Africa at LSE (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Benedikter, Roland and Zlosilo, Miguel (2017) Chile's 2017 presidential election: evaluating the second Bachelet government. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (18 Nov 2017). Website.

Benedikter, Roland and Zlosilo, Miguel (2017) Chile's 2017 presidential election: who will win and why? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (19 Nov 2017). Website.

Bergemann, Dirk, Bonatti, Alessandro and Smolin, Alex (2017) How to design and price information for sale to others. LSE Business Review (19 Oct 2017). Website.

Berlingieri, Giuseppe, Blanchenay, Patrick and Criscuolo, Chiara (2017) The growing inequality between firms. LSE Business Review (05 Jul 2017). Website.

Berman, Sheri (2017) Europe’s centre-left risks irrelevance if it can’t respond to the populist challenge. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Bernal, Paul (2017) Self-regulation of internet intermediaries: public duty versus private responsibility. Media Policy Blog (30 May 2017). Website.

Bernick, Sandra, Davies, Richard and Valero, Anna (2017) Where industry is strong and where it's weak - key facts of UK business geography. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2017). Website.

Bernile, Gennaro, Bhagwat, Vineet and Rau, Raghavendra (2017) The experience of an early-life disaster affects how a CEO relates to risk. LSE Business Review (25 Apr 2017). Website.

Berry, Richard (2017) Book review: Populism: a very short introduction by Cas Mudde and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Jul 2017). Website.

Besim, Fatmir (2017) How structural reforms and European integration can help aid the convergence of Western Balkan states with the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Besimi, Fatmir (2017) How structural reforms and European integration can help aid the convergence of Western Balkan states with the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Betermier, Sebastien, Calvet, Laurent E. and Sodini, Paolo (2017) Investors' striking migration from growth to value investing over their life cycle. LSE Business Review (11 Jul 2017). Website.

Betermier, Sebastien, Calvet, Laurent E. and Sodini, Paolo (2017) Investors’ striking migration from growth to value investing over their life cycle. LSE Business Review (11 Jul 2017). Website.

Beugelsdijk, Sjoerd, Klasing, Mariko J. and Milionis, Petros (2017) Growing social value polarisation harms economic development. LSE Business Review (30 May 2017). Website.

Bezila, Kieran (2017) Working-class whites may be rejecting Democrats’ economic policies because they see them as reckless and immoral. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Bhambra, Gurminder K. (2017) Why are the white working classes still being held responsible for Brexit and Trump? LSE Brexit (10 Nov 2017). Website.

Bhaskar, V, Linacre, Robin and Machin, Stephen (2017) Dark web: The economics of online drugs markets. LSE Business Review Blog (06 Nov 2017). Website.

Bhatia, Arjun (2017) India @ 70: constraints and opportunities for an emerging superpower. South Asia @ LSE (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Bhatia, Arjun (2017) India @ 70: is ‘virtual water’ a useful concept for India? South Asia @ LSE (02 Apr 2017). Website.

Bhatia, Arjun (2017) India’s star shines bright: assessing future potential on the 70th anniversary of independence. South Asia @ LSE (27 Mar 2017). Website.

Bhatia, Arjun (2017) Partition Museum Project: creating a refuge for the memories of Partition. South Asia @ LSE (10 Mar 2017). Website.

Bhattacharya, Aveek ORCID: 0000-0003-1833-4706 (2017) Why we don’t need the alcohol industry for a strong economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Feb 2017). Website.

Bhattacharya, Kaushik, Mitra, Siddhartha, Pal, Sarmistha and Saha, Bibhas (2017) Reviving the informal sector from the throes of demonetisation. South Asia @ LSE (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Bhopal, Kalwant (2017) How to start dismantling white privilege in higher education. British Politics and Policy Blog (28 Nov 2017). Website.

Bhujel, Shema (2017) Looking forward to the first ever LSE Pakistan Summit. South Asia @ LSE (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Bieber, Florian (2017) Trump and the Balkan Princes: what Trump’s presidency means for South East Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Biedenkopf, Katja (2017) Why Trump's pull-out of the Paris Agreement may open the door for state Governors to push their own climate action. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Nov 2017). Website.

Biegert, Thomas (2017) A generous welfare state can help reduce unemployment - if there are good job opportunities for the jobless. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Oct 2017). Website.

Bignon, Vincent and Avaro, Maylis (2017) How the Bank of France increased liquidity at no fiscal risk in the 1800’s. LSE Business Review (01 Jun 2017). Website.

Bilić, Paško (2017) The hidden human labour behind search engine algorithms. Media Policy Blog (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Birkhead, Nathaniel A. and Hershey, Marjorie Randon (2017) Why it's unfair to tar all party activists with the same brush of extremism. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Nov 2017). Website.

Bizopoulou, Aspasia (2017) Even holding the same job title, men and women play different roles at work. LSE Business Review (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Bjeloš, Maja (2017) Who are the protesters in Serbia, and what do they really want? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Apr 2017). Website.

Bjerg, Ole (2017) The butcher, the brewer, the ba(n)ker and the nature of money. LSE Business Review (01 Mar 2017). Website.

Bjørnland, Hilde C. and Anders Thorsrud, Leif (2017) The ‘Dutch disease’ reexamined: Resource booms can benefit the wider economy. LSE Business Review (13 Feb 2017). Website.

Blackmore, Kara (2017) Curating impact: a process for new knowledge creation through arts #LSEreturn. Africa at LSE (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Blakeley, Grace (2017) Budget 2017: the flawed math behind corporation tax (and the Government’s messed up priorities). British Politics and Policy Blog (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Blakeley, Grace (2017) Is UK economy really as strong as the government says it is? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Sep 2017). Website.

Blakeley, Grace (2017) Is the UK's economy really as strong as the government says it is? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Sep 2017). Website.

Blankenberger, Bob (2017) Illinois' African American and Hispanic students are significantly less likely to complete a bachelor's degree than their white peers. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Blankenburger, Bob (2017) Illinois’ African American and Hispanic students are significantly less likely to complete a bachelor’s degree than their White peers. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Blatter, Joachim (2017) Britain cannot and should not imitate the Swiss model of sectoral bilateralism with the EU. LSE Brexit (27 Nov 2017). Website.

Bleaney, Michael, Mizen, Paul and Veleanu, Veronica (2017) When EU corporate bond spreads widen, recession may be around the corner. LSE Business Review (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2017) Good idea, bad outcome: whatever happened to fixed-term parliaments? British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 May 2017). Website.

Blick, Andrew (2017) There May be trouble ahead: post-EU referendum instability will keep afflicting the UK. LSE Brexit (11 Jul 2017). Website.

Bliznakovski, Jovan (2017) Macedonia has a new government: what next for the crisis-ridden state? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Jun 2017). Website.

Blog Admin, LSE London Housing Blog (2017) Apex Tower: modern prefab construction techniques delivering housing London needs. Accelerating Housing Production in London (31 May 2017). Website.

Blog Admin, LSE London Housing Blog (2017) Built to Rent: a solution to London housing problem? Accelerating Housing Production in London (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Blog Admin, LSE London Housing Blog (2017) Housing in manifestos: the good, the bad, and the implications. Accelerating Housing Production in London (29 May 2017). Website.

Blog Admin, LSE London Housing Blog (2017) How to nourish the Build to Rent sector to meet housing needs in the UK. Accelerating Housing Production in London (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Blog Admin, LSE London Housing Blog (2017) LSE London’s response to the Fixing our broken housing market consultation. Accelerating Housing Production in London (11 May 2017). Website.

Blog Admin, LSE London Housing Blog (2017) Migration and the transformation of London – Project Archive. Accelerating Housing Production in London (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Blog Admin, LSE London Housing Blog (2017) On devolution and why it’s what London needs. Accelerating Housing Production in London (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Blog Admin, LSE London Housing Blog (2017) Our written evidence submitted to CLG Select Committee’s Housing for older people inquiry. Accelerating Housing Production in London (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Blog Admin, LSE London Housing Blog (2017) Overseas investors and London’s housing market. Accelerating Housing Production in London (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Blog Admin, LSE London Housing Blog (2017) Social housing in England after the GFC: affordable vs ‘affordable’. Accelerating Housing Production in London (11 May 2017). Website.

Bloom, Nicholas and Mizen, Paul (2017) Why Brexit could hit productivity in the UK. LSE Brexit (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Blyth, Fiona and Huckel, Carmen (2017) A more interdisciplinary approach can help us understand why research evidence does or doesn't make it into policy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Blyth, Fiona and Schneider, Carmen Huckel (2017) A more interdisciplinary approach can help us understand why research evidence does or doesn’t make it into policy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Bode, Leticia (2017) Twitter allows political campaigns to respond to emerging issues in real-time. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Boeva, Yana (2017) Book review: disrupt this! MOOCs and the promise of technology by Karen Head. LSE Review of Books (20 Oct 2017). Website.

Boeva, Yana (2017) Book review: unreal objects: digital materialities, technoscientific projects and political realities by Kate O'Riordan. LSE Review of Books (01 Nov 2017). Website.

Bohnenberger, Fabian (2017) Britain's ambitious trade plans are barely off the drawing board. LSE Brexit (18 Oct 2017). Website.

Boiten, Christiaan R. (2017) Trump's protectionism could allow the EU to seize opportunities in key markets. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Jul 2017). Website.

Bojar, Abel (2017) Hungary in 2017: could the left and far-right unite to keep Orban out of power? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Jan 2017). Website.

Bojar, Abel (2017) In defence of polls: A few high-profile misses should not overshadow the many times pollsters called it right. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Bojar, Abel (2017) In defence of polls: a few high profile misses shouldn’t overshadow the many times pollsters called it right. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Feb 2017). Website.

Bolander, Willy, Plouffe, Christopher R., Cote, Joseph A. and Hochstein, Bryan (2017) Is the customer king? LSE Business Review (03 Feb 2017). Website.

Boldt, Ethan D. (2017) How playing on public concerns about crime became Republicans' electoral Trump card. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Nov 2017). Website.

Bongardt, Annette, Codogno, Lorenzo and Torres, Francisco (2017) Germany's election: behind consensus politics lie conflicting ideas of Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Bonhomme, Stéphane and Hospido, Laura (2017) The link between wage inequality and the housing market's boom and bust in Spain. LSE Business Review (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Bonneau, Chris W., Jarrod, Kelly, Pronin, Kira, Redman, Shane and Zarit, Matt (2017) Supreme Court judgments based on reasons outside the law are unlikely to harm its legitimacy. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Bonotti, Matteo (2017) Brexit could mean greater freedom, but also international domination over the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 May 2017). Website.

Book Reviews, LSE (2017) New reading list: 10 recommended revolutionary reads from #LSELitFest 2017. LSE Review of Books (21 Mar 2017). Website.

Book Reviews, LSE (2017) Reading list: 6 recommended LGBT+ reads from LSE’s spectrum for international day against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia (#IDAHOBIT2017). LSE Review of Books (17 May 2017). Website.

Book Reviews, LSE (2017) #WorldBookDay 2017: announcing the LSE Lit Fest 2017 competition winners. LSE Review of Books (02 Mar 2017). Website.

Booluck, Kieran (2017) How can blogging help research make an impact beyond academia? Illustrative examples from the LSE blogs. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Sep 2017). Website.

Borah, Porismita (2017) Despite Trump’s adversarial relationship with the media, he needs them, and they need him. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Mar 2017). Website.

Bordignon, Fabio (2017) In and out: Emmanuel Macron’s anti-populist populism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Apr 2017). Website.

Bordignon, Fabio (2017) Italy’s municipal elections: the beginning of the end for the Five Star Movement? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Jun 2017). Website.

Borell Porta, Mireia (2017) Europe can't remain silent over the Catalan crisis. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Sep 2017). Website.

Borrell Porta, Mireia, Olivas, Jose Javier, Trillas, Francesc and Rodon Casarramona, Toni (2017) Catalonia’s referendum: four views on whether the vote should go ahead. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Jun 2017). Website.

Bosco, Andrea (2017) June 1940: Britain’s forgotten attempt to build a European Union. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Bosco, Andrea (2017) June 1940: Britain’s forgotten attempt to build a EuropeanUnion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Bosswell, Christina and Hampshire, James (2017) Taking back control of ideas: How politicians can shape public debates on immigration. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Mar 2017). Website.

Boswell, John (2017) Evidence-based policy-making: ultimately a myth, but one we should believe in. Democratic Audit UK (23 May 2017). Website.

Bougery, Théo, Procoudine-Gorsky, Hélène and Siddharth, Rajgopalan (2017) SuperGov – empowering citizens with super governance. LSE Institute of Public Affairs Blog (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Boumparis, Perikilis, Milas, Costas and Panagiotidis, Theodore (2017) Fair or not? How credit rating agencies calculated their ratings during the Eurozone crisis. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Bounegru, Liliana (2017) Three ways in which digital researchers can shed light on the information politics of the “post-truth” era. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Bourne, Stephen (2017) Fighting proud: the untold story of the gay men who served in two world wars. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jul 2017). Website.

Bouçek, Francoise (2017) Put Le Pen and Macron to one side – it’s the June legislative elections that will decide how France is governed. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Bovens, Luc (2017) The Last Hope Part 1: A worthwhile life. LSE Philosophy Blog (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Bovens, Mark and Wille, Anchrit (2017) Globalisation has made education the new political cleavage in Europe. LSE Brexit (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Bovens, Mark and Wille, Anchrit (2017) It's education, stupid: how globalisation has made education the new political cleavage in Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Jul 2017). Website.

Bovens, Mark and Wille, Anchrit (2017) It’s education, stupid: How globalisation has made education the new political cleavage in Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Jul 2017). Website.

Bovens, Mark and Wille, Anchrit (2017) A not so universal suffrage: how Europe's political elites have become educational elites. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Bowers, Rebecca (2017) While Gandhi's thought can at times seem paradoxical, it had an extraordinary resonance among Indians and indeed many others during his own lifetime - Dr Faisal Devji. South Asia @ LSE (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Bowers, Rebecca and Aga, Anu (2017) “The challenge is to find the right cause and not just write out a cheque” – Anu Aga on corporate social responsibility in India. South Asia @ LSE (13 Apr 2017). Website.

Bown, Alfie (2017) LSE RB feature essay: opening capitalist realism by Alfie Bown. LSE Review of Books (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Braben, Don and Dowler, Rod (2017) Peer review processes risk stifling creativity and limiting opportunities for game-changing scientific discoveries. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Sep 2017). Website.

Braben, Donald and Dowler, Rod (2017) Peer review processes risk strangling economic growth. LSE Business Review (12 Sep 2017). Website.

Bradley, Daniel, Gokkaya, Sinan and Liu, Xi (2017) Thinking of becoming an equity analyst? Get relevant industry experience first. LSE Business Review (24 Jul 2017). Website.

Brandt, Reuven (2017) Family ties. Forum for European Philosophy Blog (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Branson, Nick (2017) Book Review – We, the People: Insights of an Activist Judge by Albie Sachs. Africa at LSE (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Branson, Nick (2017) Book review: the horn of Africa: state formation and decay by Christopher Clapham. Africa at LSE (Jul 2017). Website.

Branson, Nick (2017) Book review: understanding Zimbabwe: from liberation toauthoritarianism by Sara Rich Dorman. Africa at LSE (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Braunstein, Ruth, Chambliss, Julian C. and Ambrosius, Joshua D. (2017) Reflecting on Michael McQuarrie's 'revolt of the rust belt'. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (21 Nov 2017). Website.

Bray, Rose (2017) Young people online: encounters with inappropriate content. Parenting for a Digital Future (23 May 2017). Website.

Breimaier, Silke (2017) Work 4.0: How Germany is shaping the future of work. LSE Business Review (22 Mar 2017). Website.

Bremer, Björn (2017) The crisis of the SPD: where now for Germany's social democrats? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Sep 2017). Website.

Brett, Daniel (2017) Romania’s protests: a response to a three-pronged assault on anti-corruption measures. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Brierly, Sarah, Kramon, Eric and Ofosu, George (2017) The impact of parliamentary debates on Ghana's 2016 elections. Africa at LSE (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Bristow, Jennie (2017) From Brexit to the pensions crisis, how did the Baby Boomers get the blame for everything? British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Bristow, Jennie (2017) From Brexit to the pensions crisis, how did the Baby Boomers get the blame for everything? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Feb 2017). Website.

Broackes, Victoria (2017) LSE Lit Fest 2017: curator Victoria Broackes introduces 5 Key Objects in V & A Exhibition, ‘You Say You Want a Revolution?: Records and Rebels 1966-1970’. LSE Review of Books (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Broadbent, Elizabeth (2017) How we interact with robots reveals parts of who we are. LSE Business Review (13 Jul 2017). Website.

Broadbent, Elizabeth (2017) How we interact with robots reveals parts of who we are. LSE Business Review (13 Jul 2017). Website.

Brooks, Eleanor (2017) The ‘last chance for social Europe’: the European Pillar of Social Rights can only work if integrated into the EU’s existing policies. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 May 2017). Website.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2017) Ofcom should review Sky deal also because it’s a broadband supplier. Media Policy Blog (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2017) Rupert Murdoch’s Sky bid: why Ofcom should review the deal. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Brown, Daniel (2017) The death of Vine, and the volatile nature of new media. Researching Sociology (17 Jan 2017). Website.

Brown, Jennifer ORCID: 0000-0002-6395-0244 (2017) Make America Cruel Again?: A pragmatic analysis of why torture does not work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Brown, Jennifer ORCID: 0000-0002-6395-0244 (2017) Make America cruel again?: a pragmatic analysis of why torture does not work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Brown, Jennifer ORCID: 0000-0002-6395-0244 (2017) Make America cruel again?: a pragmatic analysis of why torture does not work. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Brown, Jennifer (2017) Understanding the antecedents of the domestic violence perpertrator using the archers coercive controlling behaviour storyline as a study. In: Courage, Cara and Headlam, Nicola, (eds.) Custard, culverts and cake; academics on life in The Archers. Emerald Publishing, Bradford, UK, pp. 307-328. ISBN 9781787432864

Brown, Jennifer (2017) The sexual harassment merry-go-round: what we know about Britain’s under-reported problem. British Politics and Policy Blog (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Brown, Jennifer (2017) The sexual harassment merry-go-round: what we know about Britain’s under-reported problem. British Politics and Policy Blog (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Brown, Josh and Meadows, Alice (2017) Persistent identifiers – building trust and supporting openness in digital scholarship. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Brown, Stuart A. (2017) Illustrating the spectacular decline of Labour in Scotland and the revival of the Scottish Conservatives. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Brown, Stuart A. (2017) A weaker economic case, but a stronger political one – how Yes could win a second referendum in Scotland. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (17 Mar 2017). Blog Entry.

Brown Coverdale, Helen (2017) Prison doesn’t work: why don’t we care? British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2017). Website.

Broxton, Anthony (2017) Why should the people wait any longer? How Labour built the NHS. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jul 2017). Website.

Bruckner, Till (2017) How funder pressures can torpedo the credibility of research: the cautionary tale of Google and New America. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Bruckner, Till (2017) Think tanks, evidence and policy: democratic players or clandestine lobbyists? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Brusenbauch Meislová, Monika (2017) Can the Visegrad Four hold its line over Brexit: or will the splits show? LSE Brexit (Jul 2017). Website.

Brusenbauch Meislová, Monika (2017) Shaped by pragmatism: what the Czechs want to get out of Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Jun 2017). Website.

Bruter, Michael and Sarah, Harrison (2017) Desire for change and rejection of a 'hard Brexit' motivated young people in the General Election. LSE Brexit (20 Jul 2017). Website.

Bryant, Peter (2017) Generating learning through the crowd: the role of social media practices in supporting students as producers at scale. In: Partridge, H., Davis, K. and Thomas, J., (eds.) Me, Us, IT! Proceedings ASCILITE2017: 34th International Conference on Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education. ASCILITE, Toowoomba, Australia, pp. 197-207.

Bryant, Peter (2017) It doesn't matter what is in their hands: understanding how students use technology to support, enhance, and expand their learning in a complex world. In: Kommers, Piet, Issa, Tomayess, Isaías, Pedro and Hol, Ana, (eds.) Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Educational Technologies (ICEduTech 2017). IADIS: International Association for Development of the Information Society, Sydney, Australia, pp. 67-74. ISBN 9789898533715

Bryson, Alex and MacKerron, George (2017) Work improves general happiness, but are you happy while you work? LSE Business Review (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Bua, Adrian (2017) Book review: popular democracy: the paradox of participation by Gianpaolo Baiocchi and Ernesto Ganuza. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Oct 2017). Website.

Bueltmann, Tanja (2017) Abused in the street, invited to a Brexit BBQ: the limbo of being German in the UK. LSE Brexit (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Bueltmann, Tanja (2017) First bargaining chips, now stocktaking: the plan to register EU citizens. LSE Brexit (22 Jun 2017). Website.

Buitenhek, Mark (2017) Blockchain: Will it ever be as big as the buzz? LSE Business Review (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Bulat, Alexandra (2017) 'The brightest and best', us - and the rest: desirable and undesirable migration in EU referendum leaflets. LSE Brexit (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Bullock, Steve (2017) 'Bloody difficult' Britain has already blown its chances of a good deal from the EU27. LSE Brexit (05 Jul 2017). Blog Entry.

Bullock, Steve (2017) ‘Bloody difficult’ Britain has already blown its chances of a good deal from the EU27. LSE Brexit (05 Jul 2017). Website.

Bullock, Steve (2017) Brexit can be stopped - but the window of opportunity is closing fast. LSE Brexit (12 Jul 2017). Website.

Bullock, Steve (2017) Brexit can be stopped – but the window of opportunity is closing fast. LSE Brexit (12 Jul 2017). Website.

Bullock III, Charles S., Wilk, Eric M. and Lamb, Charles M. (2017) State and local agencies are more effective than the federal government in housing discrimination enforcement. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Nov 2017). Website.

Burbidge, Ian (2017) Paying Attention? An enquiry into the impact of interruptions on task performance and well-being. LSE Behavioural Science (21 Apr 2017). Website.

Burchard, Jason (2017) My journey from LSE student to global entrepreneur. Management with Impact (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Burgess, Richard (2017) African Pentecostal churches in Britain’s urban spaces. Religion and the Public Sphere (02 May 2017). Website.

Burgess, Rochelle (2017) In honour of everyday Heroes #IWD2017 #BeBoldforChange. Africa at LSE (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Burgess, Rochelle (2017) Why do women’s rights advance more quickly after major conflict? #IWD2017. Africa at LSE (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Burnham, Walter Dean (2017) By co-opting an ultra-right wrecking crew, Donald Trump is sending the US back to the 1920s. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Burrell, Kathy and Badcock, Matt (2017) Freedom in the skies: secondary mobility and Brexit. LSE Brexit (02 Oct 2017). Website.

Burri, Michael (2017) As the economy takes off in Austria, voters remain torn between economic optimism and anti-immigration politics. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Oct 2017). Website.

Bursten, Julia (2017) Book review: Eric Scerri and Grant Fisher // essays in the philosophy of chemistry. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. ISSN 0007-0882

Burton, Sarah (2017) Book review: go home? The politics of immigration controversies by Hannah Jones et al. LSE Review of Books (29 Jun 2017). Website.

Busch, Berthold, Diermeier, Matthias, Goecke, Henry and Hüther, Michael (2017) Not punishment or revenge, but stone-cold sober calculations: the EU will drive a hard bargain. LSE Brexit (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Busher, Joel (2017) Brits in Spain: four broad Brexit narratives (though sometimes it's best to avoid the topic). LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Nov 2017). Website.

Buskell, Andrew (2017) Book review: Andy Clark // surfing uncertainty: prediction, action, and the embodied brain. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. ISSN 0007-0882

Busse, Matthias and Barslund, Mikkel (2017) Has Brexit made the UK less attractive to high-skilled EU migrants? New evidence. LSE Brexit (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Busse, Matthias and Barslund, Mikkel (2017) Is EU talent being chased away from the UK by Brexit? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Sep 2017). Website.

Busso, Mattias, Cristina, Julian, Hincapie, Diana, Messina, Julián and Ripani, Laura (2017) Combating inequalities amongst children and the active workforce can boost skills and productivity in Latin America and the Caribbean. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (02 Oct 2017). Website.

Bustamante, Maria Cecilia (2017) Firms in less competitive industries are riskier investments. LSE Business Review (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Butler-Bowdon, Tom (2017) Book Review: 50 Economics Classics by Tom Butler-Bowdon. LSE Review of Books (11 Jul 2017). Website.

Byrne, Chris, Randall, Nick and Theakston, Kevin (2017) A disjunctive Prime Minister: assessing David Cameron’s legacy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Byrne, Chris, Randall, Nick and Theakston, Kevin (2017) A disjunctive Prime Minister: assessing David Cameron’slegacy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2017). Website.

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Cadywould, Charlie (2017) On the merits of the UK staying in Erasmus post-Brexit – and why the programme must look beyond university students. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Cadywould, Charlie (2017) Three challenges Labour must grapple with before it can deliver a progressive majority. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jul 2017). Website.

Cadywould, Charlie (2017) Why the UK should stay in Erasmus – and why the programme must look beyond students. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2017). Website.

Cairney, Paul (2017) Second Scottish referendum: is independence now inevitable? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Campbell, Ross (2017) Against the odds: the improbable journey of Die Linke through unified Germany. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 May 2017). Website.

Campbell, Ross (2017) German consensus politics must adapt to the adversarial approach of the AfD. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Sep 2017). Website.

Campion, Elizabeth (2017) Ensuring free movement of data after Brexit is crucial, but looks unlikely at the moment. LSE Brexit (17 Nov 2017). Website.

Campion, Sonali (2017) Art history, philosophy and literature are not institutionally valued in Pakistan so people don't pursue them. It's a vicious circle - Iftikhar Dadi. South Asia @ LSE (19 Jul 2017). Website.

Campion, Sonali (2017) "Campaigns to change the law have made it part of state policy to favour women's rights and combat violence against women" - Hina Jilani. South Asia @ LSE (05 Jul 2017). Website.

Campion, Sonali (2017) If you don't understand the river system, all efforts to rejuvenate it will be wrong or incomplete - Manoj Misra. South Asia @ LSE (26 Jul 2017). Website.

Campion, Sonali (2017) India needs to drastically cut the amount of water used in agriculture without compromising food production - Biksham Gujja. South Asia @ LSE (12 Jul 2017). Website.

Campion, Sonali (2017) "It's very difficult to think for yourself when you're too busy hating your own brother" - Hameed Haroon. South Asia @ LSE (09 Oct 2017). Website.

Campion, Sonali (2017) "The goal is to create a relationship with people on a mass level through art" - Farida Batool. South Asia @ LSE (04 Sep 2017). Website.

Campion, Sonali and Taylor, Ros (2017) Audit 2017: how effectively is the representation of minorities achieved in UK public and political life? Democratic Audit UK (01 Mar 2017). Website.

Campos, Nauro (2017) Only foreign direct investment can save Europe. LSE Business Review (03 May 2017). Website.

Cann, Damon (2017) Why Utah's Senate seat may be Mitt Romney's to take in 2018. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Cannon, Barry (2017) From Chávez to Trump, must we really talk about populism? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (05 Oct 2017). Website.

Caplan, Jane (2017) What the history of fascism can tell us about Donald Trump’s rise. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Jan 2017). Website.

Caplan, Pat (2017) Food poverty and food aid in 21st century UK: a view from anthropology. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Capparelli, Daniel (2017) The downsides of the UK eventually joining NAFTA. LSE Business Review (01 Jul 2017). Website.

Capussela, Andrea Lorenzo (2017) Kosovo election: When the elites teamed up to see through their KLA troubles. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Carattini, Stefano and Tavoni, Alessandro (2017) Think locally, act globally. LSE Business Review (01 Mar 2017). Website.

Carden, Siún (2017) Book review: hackerspaces: making the maker movement by Sarah R. Davies. LSE Review of Books (14 Jul 2017). Website.

Carel, Havi (2017) Breathing life into a phenomenology of illness, part II. Forum for European Philosophy Blog (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Carling, Jørgen (2017) A PhD by publication allows you to write for real and varied audiences, inviting intellectual exchanges that benefit your research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 May 2017). Website.

Carmel, Emma (2017) Division, austerity, the gig economy: migration isn’t our biggest labour market problem. LSE Brexit (13 Mar 2017). Website.

Carmichael, Dottie, Caspers, Heather, Davis, Nicola, Marchbanks, Trey, Naufal, Geroge and Wood, Steve (2017) The money bail system places undue burden on the incarcerated poor- but risk informed release can change that. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Sep 2017). Website.

Carnes, Nicholas and Lupu, Noam (2017) The rich get elected – but it’s not because voters necessarily prefer them. Democratic Audit UK (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Carpenter, Griffin and Kleinjans, Richard (2017) EU common fisheries policy is bound for a Brexit shake-up. LSE Brexit (04 Jul 2017). Website.

Carpenter, Griffin and Kleinjans, Richard (2017) Fishing quotas in Europe: who gets the right to fish? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 May 2017). Website.

Carrol, Peter (2017) Book review: dark money: the hidden history of the billionaires behind the rise of the radical right by Jane Mayer. LSE Review of Books (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Carrol, Peter (2017) Book review: democracy for realists: why elections do not produce responsive government by Christopher H. Achen and Larry M. Bartels. LSE Review of Books (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Carrol, Peter (2017) Book review: hillbilly elegy: a memoir of a family and culture in crisis by J.D. Vance. LSE Review of Books (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Carrol, Peter (2017) Book review: utopia for realists and how we can get there by Rutger Bregman. LSE Review of Books (24 Jul 2017). Website.

Carroll, Georgie (2017) The best bookshops in Mumbai, India. LSE Review of Books (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Carton, Guillaume and Ungureanu, Paula (2017) To wear many different hats: how do scholar-practitioners span boundaries between academia and practice? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Sep 2017). Website.

Caruana-Galizia, Paul (2017) Book review: analysing corruption: an introduction by Dan Hough. LSE Review of Books (12 Oct 2017). Website.

Caruana-Galizia, Paul (2017) Book review: places in need: the changing geography of poverty by Scott W. Allard. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Sep 2017). Website.

Caruana-Galizia, Paul (2017) Book review: the violence of austerity edited by Vickie Cooper and David Whyte. LSE Review of Books (06 Nov 2017). Website.

Caruana-Galizia, Paul (2017) Book review: trading barriers: immigration and the remaking of globalization by Margaret E. Peters. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Sep 2017). Website.

Cascardi, Elisa, Hathaway, Adrienne, Silva Méndez, Jorge Luis, Ortiz, Diana, Rounseville, Megan and Vargas, Juan (2017) Colombia can smooth the road to peace by taking justice to victims of conflict. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Cascardi, Elisa, Hathaway, Adrienne, Silva Méndez, Jorge Luis, Ortiz, Diana, Rounseville, Megan and Vargas, Juan (2017) Colombia puede allanar el camino hacia la paz llevando justicia hasta las víctimas del conflicto. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Cassese, Erin C. (2017) Why Donald Trump never really had a “woman” problem among Republican voters. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Cassino, Dan (2017) President Trump’s approval ratings are being driven down by his ‘tweetstorms’. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Jun 2017). Website.

Casson, Catherine, Casson, Mark, Lee, John and Phillips, Katie (2017) Compassionate capitalism: Lessons from medieval Cambridge. LSE Business Review (05 Jun 2017). Website.

Castelar, Roberto A. (2017) Book review: rebooting Clausewitz: on war in the 21st century by Christopher J. Coker. LSE Review of Books (20 Nov 2017). Website.

Castelar, Roberto A. (2017) LSE Lit Fest 2017 Book Review: the French Revolution: from enlightenment to tyranny by Ian Davidson. LSE Review of Books (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Caygill, Thomas (2017) Post-legislative scrutiny: what recommendations are committees making, and are they being accepted? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2017). Website.

Cayli, Baris (2017) Book review: Mafia life: love, death and money at the heart of organised crime by Federico Varese. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Nov 2017). Website.

Cayton, Adam (2017) Legislators flip-flop on passing a bill when they think voters want them to, but only when it’s visible. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Feb 2017). Website.

Cech, Erin A. (2017) Trump supporters' resistance to social justice efforts is driven by their meritocratic ideology, not bias. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Celik Rappas, Ipek (2017) Book review: French-language road cinema: borders, diasporas, migration and 'New Europe' by Michael Gott. LSE Review of Books (28 Jul 2017). Website.

Ceron, Andrea (2017) What an algorithm for expelling rebels and rewarding a party’s loyal MPs could look like. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Cesari, Jocelyne (2017) Islam as a political force: more than belief. Religion and the Public Sphere (10 Feb 2017). Website.

Chadi, Adrian, Jeworrek, Sabrina and Mertins, Vanessa (2017) Meaningless work threatens job performance. LSE Business Review (19 Jul 2017). Website.

Chagnon, Nicholas, Chesney-Lind, Meda and Johnson, David T. (2017) Hawaii movement illustrates the importance of video evidence and gender violence in police reform. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 May 2017). Website.

Chakrabarti, Shami (2017) Shami Chakrabarti: "Not guaranteeing the rights of EU nationals isn't politics - it's cruelty". LSE Brexit (01 Nov 2017). Website.

Chalari, Athanasia and Sealey, Clive (2017) Contrasting Greek and UK youths’ subjective responses to austerity: lessons for other European countries. LSE Greece@LSE (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Chalise, Bishal K (2017) Localising development: will decentralisation help or hinder Nepal's growth? South Asia @ LSE (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Chalmers, Adam William and Dellmuth, Lisa Maria (2017) All spending is not equal: How the EU can increase public support for the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Jul 2017). Website.

Chalmin-Pui, Lauriane Suyin (2017) Book review: ice bear: the cultural history of an arctic icon by Michael Engelhard. LSE Review of Books (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Chalmin-Pui, Lauriane Suyin (2017) Book review: the animal game: searching for wildness at the American zoo by Daniel E. Bender. LSE Review of Books (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Chambers, Ali (2017) How Black fraternities are actually harmful to Black culture in the US. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Chandola, Tarani (2017) Is any job really better than no job at all? British Politics and Policy at LSE (Oct 2017). Website.

Chandola, Tarani (2017) Is any job really better than no job at all? LSE Business Review (12 Oct 2017). Website.

Chandra, Gauri (2017) Are there alternatives to charging 5p for reducing plastic bag use? Management with Impact (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Chanfreau, Jenny, Acciari, Louisa and Holvikivi, Aiko (2017) About that march on Saturday 21st. Engenderings (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Charle, Christophe (2017) Is history repeating itself? Nationalism in Europe and the breakdown of the old order. LSE Brexit (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Charnoz, Pauline, Lelarge, Claire and Trevien, Corentin (2017) High-speed rail boosts corporate profits but centralises high-skill jobs in big cities. LSE Business Review (20 May 2017). Website.

Charonis, Antonios, Kyriopoulos, Ilias-Ioannis, Spanakis, Manos, Zavras, Dimitris, Athanasakis, Kostas, Pavi, Elpida and Kyriopoulos, John (2017) Subjective social status, social network and health disparities: empirical evidence from Greece. International Journal for Equity in Health, 16 (40). pp. 1-7. ISSN 1475-9276

Chatterji, Aaron, Belenzon, Sharon and Daley, Brendan (2017) Naming a firm after its owner is risky, but can pay off handsomely. LSE Business Review Blog (09 Nov 2017). Website.

Chatzinikolaou, Panos (2017) Could Grexit follow Brexit? Euro Crisis in the Press (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Chavarro, Diego and Ràfols, Ismael (2017) Journal-based research assessments marginalise regions like Latin America and the issues most relevant to them. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (28 Nov 2017). Website.

Chavarro, Diego and Ràfols, Ismael (2017) Research assessments based on journal rankings systematically marginalise knowledge from certain regions and subjects. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Chen, Heng (2017) Why middle class activism surprises economists. LSE Business Review (10 Oct 2017). Website.

Chen, Kai (2017) Book Review: International Organizations and Military Affairs by Hylke Dijkstra. LSE Review of Books (13 Jul 2017). Website.

Chen, Zhongxia (2017) Multinationals in China: How ‘local’ should management go? Management with Impact (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Chetty, Raj (2017) Social mobility in the United States depends heavily on where you live. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Jan 2017). Website.

Chiappetta, Kathleen (2017) Book Review: Water: Abundance, Scarcity and Security in the Age of Humanity by Jeremy J. Schmidt. LSE Review of Books (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Chinkin, Christine (2017) Giving voice and visibility to victims of sexual violence has the potential to drive cultural change in Colombia. Women, Peace and Security (04 May 2017). Website.

Chisholm, Jennifer (2017) Who's invading whom? The complex battle for Rio de Janeiro's informal settlements on federal land. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (14 Nov 2017). Website.

Chiu, Urania (2017) A robust restatement of the presumption of capacity under the Mental Capacity Act 2005: WBC (Local Authority) v Z, X, Y. LSE Law Review, 2. pp. 93-99. ISSN 2516-4058

Cholbi, Michael (2017) Identity Threat. The Forum (02 May 2017). Website.

Chopra, Vrinda (2017) Can SMEs address the agenda of radical economic transformation in South Africa? Africa at LSE (04 Oct 2017). Website.

Chopra, Vrinda (2017) The inadequacy of South Africa’s black economic empowerment policy. Africa at LSE (03 Jan 2017). Website.

Chowdhury, Anir and Beresford, Nick (2017) How a2i is using empathy to foster innovation in Bangladesh. South Asia @ LSE (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Chryssogelos, Angelos (2017) Creating a ‘multi-speed Europe’ would divide the EU and diminish it as a foreign policy actor. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Chu, Johan and Davis, Jerry (2017) When board interlock fell apart, so did political moderation in the boardroom. LSE Business Review (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Chérel-Robson, Milasoa (2017) Book review: cotton by Adam Sneyd. LSE Review of Books (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Claassen, Ryan L. and Ensley, Michael J. (2017) Mine is a likable rogue, yours is a degenerate criminal. When it comes to 'dirty campaign tricks' partisans tend to ignore bad news about their own. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (Jul 2017). Website.

Clark, Alistair (2017) Conservative election expenses: the problem with attacking electoral regulators. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 May 2017). Website.

Clark, Colin (2017) How the youth of Britain’s Roma, Gypsy, and Traveller communities fight the injustices they face. British Politics and Policy Blog (30 Nov 2017). Website.

Clark, Terhas and Carvajal, Alejandra (2017) Ecuador's election of the Global South's first wheelchair-using president can drive vital debate on disability and development. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (26 Jul 2017). Website.

Clarke, Harold D., Goodwin, Matthew and Whiteley, Paul (2017) Why Britain voted to leave (and what Boris Johnson had to do with it). LSE Brexit (04 May 2017). Website.

Clayton, David and Higgins, David (2017) The ineffectiveness of ‘Buy British’ campaigns. LSE Business Review (11 May 2017). Website.

Clemens, Jeffrey and Gottlieb, Joshua (2017) Medicare’s payments system affects the whole US healthcare sector. LSE Business Review (18 Apr 2017). Website.

Clemens, Michael (2017) The economic effects of refugees are largely down to decisions made by the countries which take them. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Oct 2017). Website.

Clements, Ben (2017) Catholic voters in Britain: what are their political preferences? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 May 2017). Website.

Clements, Ben (2017) The referendums of 1975 and 2016 illustrate the continuity and change in British Euroscepticism. LSE Brexit (31 Jul 2017). Website.

Clingingsmith, David (2017) Even with the internet, we’re not any closer to everyone speaking the same language. LSE Business Review (21 Mar 2017). Website.

Co-Pierre, Georg and Rose, Michael E (2017) Twitter can help with scientific dissemination but its influence on citation impact is less clear. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Jan 2017). Website.

Coban, Mehmet Kerem (2017) Book review: rethinking the new world order by Georg Sørensen. LSE Review of Books (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Codagnone, Cristiano (2017) Digital labour markets: the hard questions. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Sep 2017). Website.

Codiroli Mcmaster, Natasha (2017) Book review: the equality effect: improving life for everyone by Danny Dorling. LSE Review of Books (02 Jun 2017). Website.

Codiroli Mcmaster, Natasha (2017) Women are less likely to study STEM subjects - but disadvantaged women are even less so. British Policy and Politics at LSE (10 Jul 2017). Blog Entry.

Codogno, Lorenzo and Monti, Mara (2017) Is Italy’s recent support to its banks the start of a new wave of public intervention in the EU? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Cohen, Philip (2017) The next stage of SocArXiv's development: bringing greater transparency and efficiency to the peer review process. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Colburn, Gregg and Allen, Ryan (2017) After the Great Recession, many low and middle-income households are struggling to pay the rent. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Jan 2017). Website.

Coleman, Simon (2017) Virtuous citizens: Pentecostal social activism in an age of suspicion. Religion and the Public Sphere (04 Jan 2017). Website.

Coleman, Simon (2017) Virtuous citizens: Pentecostal social activism in an age of suspicion. Africa at LSE (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Collingwood, Loren, Lajevardi, Nazita and Oskooii, Kassra (2017) Protests against Trump’s immigration executive order may have helped shift public opinion against it. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Feb 2017). Website.

Collins, John (2017) Donald Trump's interim Opioid Commission report did not mention drug courts. Here's why that's a positive step. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Collins, John (2017) Trump's return to 'drug war' rhetoric is unlikely to succeed in a region that has largely rejected its effectiveness. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Collins, John (2017) The effectiveness of Trump's revived 'drug war' rhetoric has already been rejected in Latin America. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Collins, John and Soderholm, Alexander (2017) The Ballpark podcast Episode 2.8 Where did the opioid epidemic come from? USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (21 Nov 2017). Website.

Colombo, Céline and Kriesi, Hanspeter (2017) Referendum campaigns can end up convincing voters that their preferred party is right. LSE Brexit (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Colombo, Pietro and Ferrari, Elena (2017) New big data platforms are more efficient, but pose a serious threat to privacy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Nov 2017). Website.

Colton, Timothy J. (2017) Book Review: Russia: What Everyone Needs to Know by Timothy J. Colton. LSE Review of Books (04 Jul 2017). Website.

Connolly, John (2017) Mapping the British public’s views ahead of the general election: how Labour could pick off the UKIP vote. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 May 2017). Website.

Connolly, John (2017) UK expertise on health security could be a strong card in the Brexit negotiations - but few seem to realise. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2017). Website.

Connolly, John (2017) UK expertise on health security could be a strong card in the Brexit negotiations - but few seem to realise it. LSE Brexit (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Cooper, Davina (2017) The materiality of research: what do we write to convey? By Davina Cooper. LSE Review of Books (12 May 2017). Website.

Cooper, Kerris and Stewart, Kitty (2017) If we want to improve social mobility, we have to address child poverty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2017). Website.

Copus, Colin (2017) Could local government govern? Rethinking the role of councillors. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 May 2017). Website.

Corbett, Anne and Gordon, Claire E (2017) The university challenge: what would an intelligent Brexit look like? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Cordella, Antonio and Cordella, Tito (2017) Pay for performance risks discouraging motivated employees. LSE Business Review (27 Mar 2017). Website.

Corea, Francesco (2017) Can Twitter sentiment predict stock market behaviour? USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Oct 2017). Blog Entry.

Correia, Sarah (2017) Book review: re-making Kozarac: agency, reconciliation and contested return in post-war Bosnia by Sebina Sivac-Bryant. LSE Review of Books (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Corry, Dan and Stoker, Gerry (2017) Giving civil society a boost: a progressive path to the ‘shared society’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2017). Website.

Costa-Cabral, Francisco (2017) Strong consumer data protection can be a disruptive innovation. LSE Business Review (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Costa-Font, Joan ORCID: 0000-0001-7174-7919 (2017) The Catalan crisis reflects the failure of Spanish federalism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Nov 2017). Website.

Costa-i-Font, Joan ORCID: 0000-0001-7174-7919 (2017) The Catalan independence movement is pro-EU - but will the EU accept it? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Oct 2017). Website.

Costa-i-Font, Joan ORCID: 0000-0001-7174-7919 (2017) Unlike Brexit, the Catalonian independence movement is very pro-EU. But will the EU accept it? LSE Brexit (09 Oct 2017). Website.

Costa-i-Font, Joan ORCID: 0000-0001-7174-7919 (2017) Warning: the cost of Brexit could seriously damage your health service. LSE Brexit (05 Sep 2017). Website.

Costa-i-Font, Joan ORCID: 0000-0001-7174-7919 and Flèche, Sarah (2017) Sleep deprivation, even when moderate, hurts employment. LSE Business Review (06 Apr 2017). Website.

Costello, Anthony (2017) The £1bn bung won’t protect Northern Ireland from the pain of a hard Brexit. LSE Brexit (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Costello, Anthony (2017) Ireland and Brexit: turning potential negative consequences into bargaining leverage. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Apr 2017). Website.

Cottakis, Michael (2017) Brexit and the First ‘European’ Generation. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Cottakis, Michael (2017) The Prime Minister has confirmed that Brexit is a step towards irrelevance. LSE Brexit (02 Oct 2017). Website.

Cottakis, Michael (2017) Tackling Populism: the 89ers and the battle for the future. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Cottakis, Michael and Dunin-Wąsowicz, Roch (2017) Calling all millennials: share your ideas and help to shape Brexit. LSE Brexit (30 Jun 2017). Website.

Cotter, Richard (2017) Book review: doing research in the business world by David E. Gray. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Nov 2017). Website.

Courtney, Steven J, McGinity, Ruth, Jones, Steven, Hindle, Robert, Rayner, Stephen M and Hughes, Belinda (2017) A response to the House of Commons Education Committee report on Multi-Academy Trusts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Cowan, David (2017) The best bookshops in Boston and Cambridge, MA, USA. LSE Review of Books (02 Jun 2017). Website.

Cowley, Philip (2017) What makes a Tory MP rebel: and what are their red lines on Brexit? LSE Brexit (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Cox Han, Lori and Calfano, Brian (2017) How the 'ESPN effect' of framing politics as a conflict benefits more combative candidates like Trump and Sanders. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Nov 2017). Website.

Craven, Robert (2017) Endless online distraction is hurting leaders’ ability to make decisions. LSE Business Review (06 Apr 2017). Website.

Crawley, Andrew (2017) Regional development: Forget the Silicon Valley approach and play to local strengths. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Crawshaw, Steve (2017) Does protest really work in cosy democracies? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Credit, Kevin (2017) Why public transit can be good for business, even in the auto-oriented Sunbelt. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Crines, Andrew (2017) So MPs have backed the Article 50 bill – what happens now? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Feb 2017). Website.

Crines, Andrew S. (2017) 'A conservatism that keeps the British dream alive' - the rhetoric of Theresa May's conference speech. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Oct 2017). Website.

Cristofis, Nikos (2017) Book review: under the shadow: rage and revolution in modern Turkey by Kaya Genç. LSE Review of Books (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Crockford, Susannah (2017) For many undocumented migrants at the US-Mexico border, in the absence of federal government help, faith groups offer the only hope. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Oct 2017). Website.

Crockford, Susannah (2017) Visa overstayers in Northern Arizona reveal complex motivation behind undocumented migration. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Crombez, Christophe (2017) The election of Antonio Tajani as EP President: A backroom deal that creates clarity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Crosbie, Thomas (2017) Trump's transgender ban reminds us that the US military does not float above politics. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Sep 2017). Website.

Croucher, Richard, Rizov, Marian and Lange, Thomas (2017) National minimum wages improve productivity. LSE Business Review (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Cudby, Danielle (2017) Brexit and local government: the implications and the opportunities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Cullinane, Carl (2017) Comprehensive in name only: social selectivity and school places. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Cullinane, Carl (2017) What a fairer tuition fees system would look like and how it may be achieved. British Politics and Policy Blog (17 Nov 2017). Website.

Cunningham, Michael (2017) EU membership was a cultural symbol which Remainers approved and Leavers disliked. LSE Brexit (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Currie, Adrian (2017) Book review: Sabina Leonelli // data-centric biology: a philosophical study. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. ISSN 0007-0882

Curtis, April (2017) Book review: understanding the imaginary war: culture, thought and nuclear conflict, 1945-90 edited by Matthew Grant and Benjamin Ziemann. LSE Review of Books (02 May 2017). Website.

Custódio, Leonardo (2017) Book review: black skin, white Masks by Frantz Fanon. LSE Review of Books (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Cylus, Jonathan and Avendano, Mauricio (2017) Receiving unemployment benefits may have positive effects on the health of the unemployed. Health Affairs, 36 (2). pp. 289-296. ISSN 0278-2715

Cylus, Jonathan, Papanicolas, Irene ORCID: 0000-0002-8000-3185 and Smith, Peter C. (2017) Identifying the causes of inefficiencies in health systems. Eurohealth, 23 (2). pp. 3-7. ISSN 1356-1030

Czifra-Tóth, Erzsébet and Tennant, Jon (2017) A number of freely available tools can help you improve your literature review routine and stay on top of published research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 May 2017). Website.

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Daddow, Oliver (2017) Delusions and meddling: 30 years of Tory Euroscepticism are coming to the fore. LSE Brexit (09 May 2017). Website.

Daddow, Oliver (2017) It's time designing for the colour blind became a more integrated component of academic and media training. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (31 Jul 2017). Website.

Daddow, Oliver (2017) What I teach about Brexit to my (so far distinctly Eurosceptical) students. LSE Brexit (27 Oct 2017). Website.

Daguerre, Anne (2017) How Obama's welfare legacy helps explain the roots of Trump supporters' rage. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Daguerre, Anne (2017) In Trump's America, universities' solidarity with Muslim students has become even more important. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Nov 2017). Website.

Dahlberg, Stefan and Solevid, Maria (2017) Does political corruption put people off voting? (Not if it’s really bad). Democratic Audit UK (25 Jan 2017). Website.

Dahler-Larsen, Peter (2017) The new configuration of metrics, rules, and guidelines creates a disturbing ambiguity in academia. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Jul 2017). Website.

Dahler-Larsen, Peter (2017) The new configuration of metrics, rules, and guidelines creates a disturbing ambiguity in academia. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Jul 2017). Website.

Damian, Alexandru (2017) Eastern Partnership summit: Moldova's difficult path toward European integration. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Damiani, Marco (2017) The crisis of the French Socialist Party: Does the PS still have a future? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jul 2017). Website.

Damiani, Marco (2017) The transformation of Jean-Luc Mélenchon: from radical outsider to populist leader. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Apr 2017). Website.

Damkjaer, Maja Sonne (2017) The ‘joys’ of digital media in new parenting. Parenting for a Digital Future (13 Apr 2017). Website.

Daniel, Ronda (2017) 2016: the death of the left. Researching Sociology (03 Jan 2017). Website.

Darchen, Sébastien (2017) Adaptive re-use is helping to change the way we think about how we can remake urban spaces. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Nov 2017). Website.

Darnell, Nicole, Stritch, Justin, Bretschneider, Stuart, Hsueh, Lily and No, Won (2017) US cities’ buy-green schemes reduce their environmental liabilities and costs. LSE Business Review (29 Jun 2017). Website.

Dasgupta, Rohit K and Dhall, Pawan (2017) The potential (and limitations) of digital media for sexual health interventions in India. South Asia @ LSE (31 Jul 2017). Website.

Datta, Ankur (2017) In search of a contemporary narrative for Kashmir. South Asia @ LSE (19 May 2017). Website.

Datta, Biplab (2017) Authentic leaders tend to be effective as managers. LSE Business Review (06 Sep 2017). Website.

Datta, Nikhil and Dhingra, Swati (2017) Post-Brexit UK trade policy remains a wish list. LSE Brexit (30 Nov 2017). Website.

Datzberger, Simone (2017) Film Review: N.G.O. – Nothing Going On. Africa at LSE (11 May 2017). Website.

David, Maxine (2017) Amidst criticism of the peer review process, the valuable contributions of reviewers should be defended. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 Sep 2017). Website.

Davies, Marc (2017) Biometrics, surveillance technologies and the rise of the ‘security state’ in South Africa. Africa at LSE (22 Mar 2017). Website.

Davies, William (2017) LSE RB feature essay: populism and the limits of neoliberalism by William Davies. LSE Review of Books (12 Apr 2017). Website.

De Bruycker, Iskander (2017) How business lobbyists thrive in the EU's depoliticised media world. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Jul 2017). Website.

De Lyon, Josh, Dhingra, Swati and Machin, Stephen (2017) The Brexit vote has caused a significant rise in UK prices, especially food. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Nov 2017). Website.

De Lyon, Josh, Dhingra, Swati and Machin, Stephen (2017) The Brexit vote has caused a significant rise in prices, especially food. LSE Brexit (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Deb, Nikhilendu (2017) Book review: facing the planetary: entangled humanism and the politics of swarming by William E. Connolly. LSE Review of Books (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Deckman, Melissa (2017) How the Resist Trump movement could transform into the Tea Party of the left. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Dedios Sanguineti, Maria Cecilia (2017) Poor health outcomes amongst Afro-Colombians are driven by discrimination as well as economic disadvantage. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Deegan, Marilyn (2017) Feature essay: what does the future hold for academic books? by Marilyn Deegan (academic book of the future project). LSE Review of Books (23 Jun 2017). Website.

Deegan, Marilyn (2017) What does the future hold for academic books? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 Jul 2017). Website.

Deegan, Marilyn (2017) What does the future hold for academic books? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 Jul 2017). Website.

Defty, Andrew (2017) Good for the Conservatives, bad for the country: Four reasons why a snap election is a bad idea. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2017). Website.

Defty, Andrew (2017) Plagued by delays: the June election is bad news for the Intelligence and Security Committee. Democratic Audit UK (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Delatolla, Andrew (2017) Re-orienting Western notions of the state: From the Ottoman Empire to the present. Middle East Centre Blog (10 Mar 2017). Website.

Deletant, Dennis (2017) Romania: reflections on the street protests and the country’s communist past. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Delmelle, Elizabeth (2017) In recent decades, the clustering of rich and poor neighborhoods in America has continued, expanding inequality. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Oct 2017). Website.

Delmestri, Giuseppe and Greenwood, Royston (2017) How to turn a Cinderella product into a market queen. LSE Business Review (12 Jan 2017). Website.

Demary, Markus (2017) The US should not roll back financial regulation. LSE Business Review (06 Sep 2017). Website.

Demary, Markus (2017) The US should not roll back financial regulation. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Sep 2017). Website.

Demary, Markus (2017) Will the review of the Dodd-Frank Act start a regulatory competition with the EU? LSE Business Review (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Den Haan, Wouter, Ilzetzki, Ethan and Ellison, Martin (2017) Global risks from rising debt and asset prices. LSE Business Review (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Dennison, James, Geddes, Andrew and Talo, Teresa (2017) The Dutch aren’t turning against immigration – the salience of the immigration issue is what drives Wilders’ support. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Derbez Fernández, Claudia (2017) The invisible poor door: Claudia Derbez Fernández. Researching Sociology (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Dermineur, Elise M. (2017) How Emmanuel Macron could still lose the French presidential election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 May 2017). Website.

Derous, Eva, Pepermans, Roland and Ryan, Ann Marie (2017) Ethnic discrimination during resume screening: mind the job. LSE Business Review (27 Sep 2017). Website.

Deschacht, Nick (2017) Me, myself, and I: self-citation rates are higher in individualist cultures than in collectivist cultures. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Devanny, Joe (2017) Book review: debriefing the president: the interrogation of Saddam Hussein by John Nixon. LSE Review of Books (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Devine, Elaine (2017) What are researchers' expectations and experiences of the peer review process? Findings from recent research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Deyshappriya, N. R. Ravindra (2017) Sri Lanka-China trade relations: time to focus on unexplored Chinese markets. South Asia @ LSE (22 May 2017). Website.

Deyshappriya, N.P. Ravindra (2017) China is Sri Lanka's biggest source of FDI, but there is room for more. South Asia @ LSE (12 Sep 2017). Website.

Dhingra, Swati and De Lyon, Josh (2017) Florence speech falls short on the details of a bespoke arrangement with the EU. LSE Brexit (Sep 2017). Website.

Di Fiore, Alessandro and Rosani, Gabriele (2017) For 3D printing to go mainstream, it needs a platform. LSE Business Review (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Di Fiore, Alessandro and Rosani, Gabriele (2017) Heavy industries may become the next frontier for the platform revolution. LSE Business Review (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Di Massa, Elettra, Von Oosterhout, Sjoukje, Jokinen, Olli and Stratton, Hugo (2017) LSE students write: young people deserve a say on the Brexit negotiations. LSE Brexit (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Diamond, Patrick (2017) Three key lessons from Labour’s campaign – and how the party needs to change. Democratic Audit UK (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Diamond, Patrick (2017) The trouble with Jeremy Corbyn: five tests the Labour leader is failing. Democratic Audit UK (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Diessner, Sebastian (2017) LSE Continental Breakfast 5: Britain's financial obligations to the EU. LSE Brexit (23 Nov 2017). Website.

Dixit, Ashutosh M. (2017) Rising to the SDGs: how can Nepal make meaningful progress by 2030? South Asia @ LSE (11 Sep 2017). Website.

Dixit, Ashutosh Mani (2017) Understanding the economics of inclusion: a perspective on Nepal. South Asia @ LSE (18 Oct 2017). Website.

Dixit, Ashutosh Mani and Chalise, Bishal (2017) Strengthening infrastructure governance in Nepal. South Asia @ LSE (20 Apr 2017). Website.

Djankov, Simeon (2017) How ready is the UK for Brexit?: 9%. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Sep 2017). Website.

Djankov, Simeon (2017) How ready is the UK for Brexit?: 9%. LSE Brexit (05 Oct 2017). Website.

Djankov, Simeon (2017) Introducing the Brexit readiness score. LSE Business Review (29 Sep 2017). Website.

Djankov, Simeon (2017) Investment banks are already leaving London. Other jobs will follow. LSE Brexit (07 Jun 2017). Website.

Djupe, Paul A., McClurg, Scott D. and Sokhey, Anand E. (2017) Exposure to discussion and disagreement does not discourage women from political participation any more than men. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Dodd, Nigel (2017) Utopian moneys: complementary currencies, Bitcoin and the social life of money. In: Bandelj, Nina, Wherry, Frederick F. and Zelizer, Viviana, A, (eds.) Money talks: explaining how money really works. Princeton University Press, Princeton, USA, pp. 230-248. ISBN 9780691168685

Doherty, David and Stancliffe, James (2017) Americans’ support for freedom of speech depends on who’s doing the speaking and their message. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Dolan, Paul (2017) Would you choose to be happy? LSE Business Review Blog (07 Nov 2017). Website.

Donnelly, Brendan (2017) Is Labour's new Brexit stance a step in the right direction? LSE Brexit (06 Sep 2017). Website.

Donnelly, Brendan (2017) No good choices for the British government in the Brexit negotiations. LSE Brexit (Jul 2017). Website.

Donnelly, Brendan (2017) A chaotic Brexit is still a possibility. LSE Brexit (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Donnelly, Brendan (2017) The internal contradictions of the Brexit project are unbridgeable. LSE Brexit (08 Nov 2017). Website.

Donnelly, Brendan (2017) The internal contradictions of the Brexit project are unbridgeable. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Nov 2017). Website.

Donnelly, Martin (2017) A new high-level policy analysis sheds more light on Europe's open data and open science policies. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 Sep 2017). Website.

Dorey, Peter (2017) More than just 'dreamers' and 'students': where did Labour's support come from in 2017? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Dotson-Renta, Lara N. (2017) Labors of Love: Nurturing resistance. Engenderings (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Dowler, Rod (2017) Why robots aren’t the enemy. LSE Business Review (24 Apr 2017). Website.

Dowler, Rod (2017) A tentative, ‘me-too’ approach to industrial strategy will lead us nowhere. LSE Business Review (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Downer, John (2017) Book review: close calls: managing risk and resilience in airline flight safety by Carl Macrae. LSE Review of Books (15 May 2017). Website.

Downing, Joseph (2017) End of Frexit, bad for Brexit? Macron’s win signals France’s resurgence in Europe. LSE Brexit (08 May 2017). Website.

Drake, Helen (2017) May’s ‘Global Britain’: the decline and fall of European Studies. LSE Brexit (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Dreyer, Philipp (2017) LSE continental breakfast 3: Whitehall feels the strain. LSE Brexit (28 Jun 2017). Website.

Dryzek, John (2017) Gender equality in Parliament: how random selection could get us there. Democratic Audit UK (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Drzensky, Frank and Heinz, Matthias (2017) The hidden cost of downsizing: demotivating the remaining employees. LSE Business Review (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Dsouza, Zahra (2017) The Panama Papers verdict and political accountability in Pakistan. South Asia @ LSE (09 May 2017). Website.

Duncan, Green (2017) If academics are serious about research impact they need to learn from monitoring, evaluation and learning teams. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Jul 2017). Website.

Dunn, Katelan (2017) Book review: parole in Canada: gender and diversity in the federal system by Sarah Turnbull. LSE Review of Books (22 May 2017). Website.

Dunne, Derek (2017) The materiality of research: this device is licensed’: the material and immaterial bureaucracy of research by Derek Dunne. LSE Review of Books (09 Jun 2017). Website.

Dupraz, Yannick and Rueda, Valeria (2017) There is No "Case for Colonialism": insights from the colonial economic history. Africa at LSE (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Dupré, John (2017) Book review: D. M. Walsh // organisms, agency and evolution. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. ISSN 0007-0882

Duriesmith, David (2017) Engaging men and boys in the Women, Peace and Security agenda: beyond the "good men" industry. Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (11/2017). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Dusso, Aaron (2017) Our personality affects our ability to connect our policy preferences to the correct political party- and that's a problem for democracy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Oct 2017). Website.

Dyson, Stephen Benedict and Parent, Matthew J. (2017) Trump holds more positive views toward Vladimir Putin than both his predecessor and his own foreign policy team. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (25 May 2017). Website.

da Silva Lopes, Teresa (2017) Using third-party endorsements to build a brand’s reputation: The case of British chocolate. LSE Business Review (07 Jun 2017). Website.

de Coss Corzo, Alejandro (2017) Mexico's new general law on archives could jeopardise research, journalism, and transparency. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (20 Jul 2017). Website.

de Cruz, Helen (2017) Despite uncertainty over EU academics' future, the brain drain hasn't begun yet. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Oct 2017). Website.

de Cruz, Helen (2017) Why there is no brain drain (yet) of EU academics in the UK. LSE Brexit (13 Oct 2017). Blog Entry.

de Gortari, Carlos Salinas (2017) Mexico and the US must realise that NAFTA is the solution not the problem. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (31 Jan 2017). Website.

de Grauwe, Paul (2017) The Catalan crisis and Brexit stem from the same kind of nationalism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Oct 2017). Website.

de Grauwe, Paul (2017) The Catalan crisis and Brexit stem from the same kind of nationalism. LSE Brexit (06 Oct 2017). Website.

de Londras, Fiona (2017) The new sovereigntism: what it means for human rights law in the UK. LSE Brexit (24 Oct 2017). Website.

de Mestral, Armand (2017) If NAFTA fails, Canada should reach across the Atlantic to the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Feb 2017). Website.

de Meza, David (2017) Self-employment attracts the optimist. Management with Impact (29 May 2017). Website.

de Silva, Chandra R. (2017) Sri Lanka has made progress but faces formidable challenges in 2017. South Asia @ LSE (03 Jan 2017). Website.

de Vaujany, François-Xavier and Vitaud, Laetitia (2017) Re-inventing management research with learning expeditions. LSE Business Review (04 Jul 2017). Website.

de Vaujany, François-Xavier and Vitaud, Laetitia (2017) Re-inventing management research with learning expeditions. LSE Business Review (04 Jul 2017). Website.

de Vries, Catherine E. (2017) How other Europeans assess the dangers of leaving the EU. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Sep 2017). Website.

de Vries, Catherine E. (2017) Juncker, Euroscepticism and the guinea pig: how other Europeans assess the dangers of leaving the EU. LSE Brexit (27 Sep 2017). Website.

del Castillo, Graciana (2017) Obstacles to peacebuilding: the failure of foreign intervention in war-torn countries. Africa at LSE (18 Oct 2017). Website.

di Fiore, Alessandro and Schneider, Simon (2017) Crowdscanning: The future of open innovation and artificial intelligence. LSE Business Review (08 Feb 2017). Website.

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Eastaway, Montserrat Pareja (2017) ‘Co-operate not speculate’, -London Co-operative Housing Group. Accelerating Housing Production in London (26 May 2017). Website.

Eberl, Jakob-Moritz, Zeglovits, Eva and Sickinger, Hubert (2017) Austria election preview: Sebastian Kurz and the rise of the Austrian 'anti-party'. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Oct 2017). Website.

Edalere-Henderson, Anthea (2017) Is there a ‘family factor’ in mediation? A Jamaican perspective. Parenting for a Digital Future (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Edgerton, Barton (2017) Book review: a short history of the Russian revolution by Geoffrey Swain. LSE Review of Books (07 Nov 2017). Website.

Edgerton, Barton (2017) Book review: behavioural economics: a very short introduction by Michelle Baddeley. LSE Review of Books (04 May 2017). Website.

Edgerton, Barton (2017) Book review: evidence-based policy making in the social sciences: methods that matter edited by Gerry Stoker and Mark Evans. LSE Review of Books (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Edwards, Alison (2017) The pace of academic life is not the problem—the lack of autonomy is. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Egan, Michelle (2017) For President Trump, tearing up trade agreements may be easier said than done. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Eggert, Jennifer Philippa (2017) International Women’s Day (#IWD2017) book review: living in refugee camps in Berlin: women’s perspectives and experiences edited by Hansjörg Dilger and Kristina Dohrn in collaboration with International Women’s Space. LSE Review of Books (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Eggert, Jennifer Philippa (2017) The ‘Real Housewives of ISIS’ sketch: When funny is harmful. Engenderings (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Ehsan, Rakib (2017) What the Democrats can (and must) learn from their unexpected defeat. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Eichhorn, Jan (2017) Brexit alone will not decide a second Scottish referendum – but its perceived economic impact may. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2017). Website.

Einarsdóttir, Anna (2017) Guessing our colleagues’ gay and lesbian identities can be harmful. LSE Business Review (05 Jan 2017). Website.

El Sehrawey, Amani (2017) Book review: Islamophobia and securitization: religion, ethnicity and the female voice by Tania Saeed. LSE Review of Books (13 Jul 2017). Website.

El-Sahli, Zouheir and Upward, Richard (2017) Dockworkers and the introduction of containers in UK shipping in the late 1960’s. LSE Business Review Blog (14 Nov 2017). Website.

Elfer, James (2017) FTSE100 gender balance: Why ‘best practices’ may be counter-productive. LSE Business Review Blog (17 Nov 2017). Website.

Elfer, James (2017) Performance needs purpose. LSE Business Review (26 May 2017). Website.

Elgawly, Marina (2017) Uganda’s exceptional approach to the refugee challenge. Africa at LSE (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Ellington, Michael and Milas, Costas (2017) Budget 2017 and the economy: bad news all round. British Politics and Policy Blog (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Ellington, Michael and Milas, Costas (2017) How will a Bank of England interest rate hike affect the economy? British Politics and Policy Blog (01 Nov 2017). Website.

Ellington, Michael and Milas, Costas (2017) Why the Bank of England should change how it publishes the future path of interest rates. British Politics and Policy Blog (08 Nov 2017). Website.

Elliott, Rebecca (2017) It's not a lack of information that stops many Americans from adapting to flood risks; it's a lack of cash. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Enderlein, Henrik, Letta, Enrico and De Geus, Aart (2017) Seizing the moment for euro area reform: a three-step action plan. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Jun 2017). Website.

Enyedi, Zsolt (2017) Five views: Is populism really a threat to democracy? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jul 2017). Website.

Er Tan, Wenn (2017) “Who will pay for the concierge?”— ‘Place-making’ and its exclusion in Whitechapel Wenn Er Tan. Researching Sociology (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Eriksen, Erik O. (2017) 'You'll hate it': why the Norway option amounts to self-inflicted subservience to the EU. LSE Brexit (20 Nov 2017). Website.

Erisen, Cengiz, Redlawsk, David P. and Erisen, Elif (2017) Challenging people's political views and values makes them think even harder and produce better arguments to defend themselves. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Sep 2017). Website.

Ershov, Philipp (2017) What can neuroscience teach us about the social world? LSE Undergraduate Political Review (06 Dec 2017). Blog Entry.

Escobar Arango, Mariana (2017) Los Programas de Desarrollo con Enfoque Territorial pueden transformar la ruralidad y fortalecer la paz en Colombia. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Escobar Arango, Mariana (2017) Territorially Focused Development Plans can transform the countryside and strengthen peace in Colombia. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (10 Oct 2017). Website.

Eshbaugh-Soha, Matthew and McGauvran, Ronald J. (2017) Even in today's fragmented media environment, the president still has the power to lead the debate on income inequality. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Espinoza, Marcia Vera, Sandelind, Clara and Ni Ghráinne, Ghráinne (2017) “Safe return review” refugee policy: counter-productive and morally indefensible. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 May 2017). Website.

Etherington, Stuart (2017) Charities must have a voice in Brexit – for the sake of the disaffected people they help. LSE Brexit (28 Mar 2017). Website.

Evans, Jules (2017) Book review: U thrive: how to succeed in college (and life) by Daniel Lerner and Alan Schlechter. LSE Review of Books (30 Jun 2017). Website.

Evans, Jules (2017) U Thrive: How to Succeed in College (and Life) - Book Review. LSE Business Review (02 Jul 2017). Website.

Eve, Martin (2017) The starting pistol has been fired – now is the time to heed the drive towards open access books. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Mar 2017). Website.

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Falkiner, Daniel (2017) Trump's Warsaw speech was a shot in the arm for Poland in its stand-off with Brussels over migration. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Fankhauser, Sam and Matikainen, Sini (2017) How green are the manifestos? GE2017 and climate change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2017). Website.

Farley, Felix (2017) A case for artificial intelligence (AI) rights. LSE Undergraduate Political Review (30 Nov 2017). Blog Entry.

Farooqui, Usmaan (2017) Where is the water crisis? International Development (24 Apr 2017). Website.

Farrer, Benjamin and Klein, Graig R. (2017) Words and deeds: electoral success for Greens in the US leads to less environmental sabotage. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Farrington, Conor (2017) "All that is solid...": the destructive tendencies of the Conservative Party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Farías Pelcastre, Iván (2017) Book review: on the move: changing mechanisms of Mexico-US migration by Filiz Garip. LSE Review of Books (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Farías Pelcastre, Iván (2017) Book review: thinking like a political scientist: a practical guide to research methods by Christopher Howard. LSE Review of Books (22 May 2017). Website.

Fasan, Olu (2017) Like the West, Africa must be guarded in its relations with China. Africa at LSE (09 Oct 2017). Website.

Faulkner-Gurstein, Rachel (2017) The social logic of naloxone: peer administration, harm reduction, and the transformation of social policy. Social Science and Medicine, 180. pp. 20-27. ISSN 0277-9536

Fay, Daniel (2017) How legislators use state constitutions to block policy changes they oppose. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Nov 2017). Website.

Featherstone, Kevin (2017) Brexit is dividing our society like never before. LSE Brexit (27 Oct 2017). Website.

Featherstone, Kevin (2017) Was that it? May's speech suggests she is the prisoner of her Cabinet. LSE Brexit (22 Sep 2017). Website.

Fecher, Benedikt, Friesike, Sascha, Peters, Isabella and Wagner, Gert G. (2017) Rather than simply moving from “paying to read” to “paying to publish”, it’s time for a European Open Access Platform. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Feinstein, Leon (2017) On genetics and social mobility: why Toby Young’s structural inequality argument is not science. British Politics and Policy Blog (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Felt, Ulrike (2017) More work is required to make academic “timescapes” worth inhabiting and to open up space for creative work. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (29 May 2017). Website.

Fenwick, John (2017) Why is running the North so complicated? British Politics and Policy Blog (24 Nov 2017). Website.

Fenzl, Michele (2017) Book review: Singapore and Switzerland: secrets to small states success edited by Yvonne Guo and Jun Jie Woo. LSE Review of Books (02 Mar 2017). Website.

Ferrari, Elena (2017) New big data platforms are more efficient, but pose a serious threat to privacy. LSE Business Review Blog (02 Nov 2017). Website.

Fichtner, Jan (2017) The Cayman conundrum: why is one tiny archipelago the largest financial centre in Latin America and the Caribbean? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (02 Nov 2017). Website.

Fichtner, Jan (2017) The Cayman conundrum: why is one tiny archipelago the largest financial centre in Latin America and the Caribbean? USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (11 Nov 2017). Website.

Field, Bonnie N. and Barrio, Astrid (2017) Without a drastic change in approach, further conflict appears inevitable in Catalonia. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Oct 2017). Website.

Filindra, Alexandra (2017) White Americans are much more likely to support gun rights than their non-white counterparts, but not because they want arms for self-protection. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Fireman, Ken (2017) Beware Big Brother in the family room? LSE Business Review (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Fireman, Ken (2017) Business accelerators: A user’s manual for entrepreneurs. LSE Business Review (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Fireman, Ken (2017) How to avoid becoming the next late-night punchline. LSE Business Review (21 Jul 2017). Website.

Fireman, Ken (2017) Is free trade an economic example of asymmetrical warfare? LSE Business Review (20 Apr 2017). Website.

Fireman, Ken (2017) On family leave, companies ‘step up’ to fill the vacuum. LSE Business Review (15 Jun 2017). Website.

Fireman, Ken (2017) The underground economy casts an ever-longer shadow. LSE Business Review (04 May 2017). Website.

Fisher, Calum (2017) Book Review: Malawi’s Lost Years (1964-1994): And Her Forsaken Heroes by Kapote Mwakasungura and Douglas Miller. Africa at LSE (17 Mar 2017). Website.

Fisk, Nathan W. (2017) Book release: framing internet safety. Parenting for a Digital Future (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Fitzpatrick, Caroline (2017) In Canada, where children attend school may have an effect on their health and the choices that are available to them. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Apr 2017). Website.

Fitzpatrick, Suzanne (2017) Can homelessness happen to anyone? Don't believe the hype. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2017). Website.

Flanagan, Dimity (2017) LSE's "request a copy" service: widening access to research both within and beyond academia. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Flinders, Matt (2017) What kind of democracy is this? Scholars must look beyond the populist signal. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jul 2017). Website.

Flynn, Niall (2017) Book review: finite media: environmental implications of digital technologies by Sean Cubitt. LSE Review of Books (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Fokas, Effie and Markoviti, Margarita (2017) Religious pluralism and education in Greece. LSE Greece@LSE (01 Mar 2017). Website.

Foley, Neil, Dedman, Robert, Dedman, Nancy and Crockford, Susannah (2017) The Ballpark podcast episode 2.6: racism towards Latinos: past, present, and future. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Sep 2017). Website.

Folkman, Peter, Froud, Julie, Johal, Sukhedev, Tomaney, John and Williams, Karel (2017) Manchester’s transformation over the past 25 years: why we need a reset of city region policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Ford, Michael R. (2017) In Milwaukee, school vouchers have helped many private schools to fail. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Jan 2017). Website.

Forestal, Jennifer (2017) Trolling democracy: anonymity doesn’t cause conflicts, bad site design does. Democratic Audit UK (04 May 2017). Website.

Fornell, Claes, Morgeson, Forrest and Hult, Tomas (2017) Companies that do better by their customers also do better in the stock market. LSE Business Review (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Forrester, Amy, Björk, Bo-Christer and Tenopir, Carol (2017) New web services are helping authors make data-driven decisions when choosing which journal to submit to. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Oct 2017). Website.

Forstenzer, Joshua (2017) Will the ‘front républicain’ carry Macron to power? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 May 2017). Website.

Fosten, Gerald K. (2017) In Tennessee, crime really does pay - for private prison providers. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Sep 2017). Website.

Foster, Yolanda (2017) Women demand better access to truth, justice and reparations in Sri Lanka. South Asia @ LSE (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Foulds, Wendy (2017) Courts as local civil authority in South Sudan. Justice and Security Research Programme Blog (23 Feb 2017). Website.

Fouweather, Ian (2017) Using big data to transform operations management: Hype, hope or has-been? LSE Business Review (20 Jun 2017). Website.

Fowler, Dan (2017) Excel is threatening the quality of research data — data Packages are here to help. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Fowler, Linda and Marshall, Bryan W. (2017) More than ever, Congress was forming super-majorities to circumvent the possibility of a presidential veto when political interests were at stake. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (21 Jun 2017). Website.

Fowler, Luke (2017) Local governments are hidden but important partners in air quality management. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Fox, Sean (2017) Neglected drivers of urbanisation in Africa. Africa at LSE (19 Jul 2017). Website.

Foxen, Sarah (2017) Women academics and those from BAME backgrounds engage less with Parliament. But why? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Jul 2017). Website.

Fraccaroli, Nicolò (2017) Italy’s ‘trilemma’: how to balance integration, sovereignty and democracy following the constitutional referendum. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Fraile, Marta and Gómez, Raul (2017) Bridging the gender gap: how to address low levels of political interest among women. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Apr 2017). Website.

Frailing, Kelly (2017) Drug courts that serve mostly Hispanics may benefit from having a bilingual judge. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Franchi, Marina (2017) Gender and the news industry: why it's important to focus on mainstream newspapers. LSE Business Review (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Franko, William W. (2017) Income inequality has been growing for decades and Americans are taking note. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Franzmann, Simon (2017) A right-wing populist party founded by economists: the strange case of Germany’s AfD. Democratic Audit UK (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Franzmann, Simon (2017) A right-wing populist party founded by economists: the strange case of Germany’s AfD. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Mar 2017). Website.

Fras, Max (2017) Four takeaways from Albania’s EU visa liberalisation journey for Georgia. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Mar 2017). Website.

Fras, Max (2017) Prime Minister Edi Rama takes total control in Albania, but who can keep him in check? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Jun 2017). Website.

Fras, Max (2017) Weak but stable: the future of the EU's Eastern Partnership ahead of the 2017 summit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Nov 2017). Website.

Fraser Riehle, Catherine and Kaye, Merinda (2017) Undergraduate researchers report only moderate knowledge of scholarly communication: they must be offered more support. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Mar 2017). Website.

Frazier, Erica (2017) Book review: a sharing economy: how social wealth funds can reduce inequality and help balance the books by Stewart Lansley. LSE Review of Books (04 Sep 2017). Website.

Frazier, Erica (2017) Book review: the greens in British politics: protest, anti-austerity and the divided left by James Dennison. LSE Review of Books (21 Nov 2017). Website.

Free, Alex (2017) Jomo Kenyatta, LSE and the independence of Kenya. Africa at LSE (11 Oct 2017). Website.

Freedman, Matthew (2017) America's earliest economic development initiatives provide perspective on recent battles over jobs. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Freeman, Emily and Coast, Ernestina ORCID: 0000-0002-8703-307X (2017) Understanding conscientious objection to abortion in Zambia. In: International Health Policy Conference 2017, 2017-02-16 - 2017-02-19. (Submitted)

Freeman, Emily, Knapp, Martin ORCID: 0000-0003-1427-0215 and Somani, Ami (2017) Long-term care organization and financing. In: Quah, Stella R., (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Public Health. Academic Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 469-476. ISBN 9780128037089

Freer, Courtney (2017) Concerts, cinemas and comics in the Kingdom: Revising the social contract after Saudi Vision 2030. Middle East Centre Blog (27 May 2017). Website.

Freiburg, Tina and Böhmelt, Tobias (2017) A model for predicting future EU enlargements - and why most candidate states could be waiting some time. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (Nov 2017). Website.

Frey, Valerie and Borgonovi, Francesca (2017) Changing policies, changing minds: Using public policy to transform gender stereotypes. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Nov 2017). Website.

Frogh, Wazhma (2017) Afghanistan's National Action Plan: 'a wish list of many dreams'. Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series (10/2017). Centre for Women Peace and Security, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Froio, Caterina (2017) Three ways in which the French presidential election reflects Western European trends. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 May 2017). Website.

Frydman, Carola and Hilt, Eric (2017) The interlock between company boards and investment banks in the early 1900’s. LSE Business Review (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Fuller, Steve (2017) Mastering Trump’s mastermind: Sebastian Gorka and the struggle between Islam and the West. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Fuller, Steve (2017) Transhumanism and the future of capitalism: the next meaning of life. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Jan 2017). Website.

Fumarola, Andrea (2017) The European Union has an obligation to protect civil society in Hungary. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Fung, Dilly (2017) A connected curriculum for higher education. Spotlights. UCL Press, London, UK. ISBN 9781911576334

Funk, Alexandra (2017) Let’s be clear: this is a Muslim ban. LSE Human Rights Blog (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Furtado, Francisco (2017) Simulating shared mobility in Helsinki. LSE Business Review Blog (14 Nov 2017). Website.

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Gadd, Elizabeth (2017) Are universities finally waking up to the value of copyright? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Gadd, Elizabeth (2017) Post-publication blues: how getting published can be the beginning and not the end of your publication woes. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Gale, Chrissie (2017) Mind the implementation gap: how child care can be improved globally. International Development (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Gallagher, Justin (2017) Insurance and government assistance means that homeowners often have less debt following a flood disaster. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Gallo, Alberto (2017) Don’t give up on Europe as an investment destination. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Galvin, Daniel J. (2017) Wage theft is widespread, but politics and policies can play a powerful role in reducing it. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Mar 2017). Website.

Ganau, Roberto and Rodríguez-Pose, Andrés ORCID: 0000-0002-8041-0856 (2017) Industrial clusters, organized crime and productivity growth in Italian SMEs. Journal of Regional Science. ISSN 0022-4146

Gani, Jasmine (2017) Why Trump’s Syria strike may have been a positive step. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Garcia-Cueva, Carlos (2017) Trump: what comes next for Mexico? LSE Department of Government Blog (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Garcia-Rios, Sergio, Oskooii, Kassra and Walker, Hannah (2017) Allies in name only? Latino-only leadership on DACA may trigger implicit racial biases among White liberals. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Sep 2017). Website.

García, Juana (2017) The UN's new role in Colombia can strengthen the peace process during its most vulnerable phase. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (14 Jul 2017). Website.

Gardner, Joseph and Woolley, John T. (2017) Enhancing the Fed’s transparency didn’t hurt its deliberations. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Gardner, Zoe (2017) LSE continental breakfast #2: migration and Brexit. LSE Brexit (05 May 2017). Website.

Garlick, Alex (2017) In considering Judge Gorsuch’s nomination, the Senate should take the long view. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Mar 2017). Website.

Garnsey, Eliza (2017) The justice of art at South Africa’s constitutional court. LSE Department of Government Blog (02 Mar 2017). Website.

Garry, John (2017) Northern Ireland: how will the political stalemate end, and will there be a referendum to leave the UK? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Garzia, Diego and Cicchi, Lorenzo (2017) Evidence suggests that issues may have mattered more than expected in the 2016 US presidential elections. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Gashi, Krenar (2017) Kosovo’s early elections are reviving its ‘war’ and ‘peace’ camps. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 May 2017). Website.

Gaskell, Adi (2017) The West should stay away from Asia’s workaholism. LSE Business Review (03 Jan 2017). Website.

Gaskell, Kevin (2017) Leadership: the measurable impact of inspiring a sense of purpose. LSE Business Review (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Gastinger, Markus (2017) Donald Trump’s flawed plan to strong-arm other countries into “one-on-one” trade deals. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Gavrankapetanović-Redžić, Jasmina (2017) The national museum of Bosnia-Herzegovina – or culture lost in transition? Researching Sociology (03 Feb 2017). Website.

Gavron, Jessica (2017) By decriminalising domestic violence Russia takes a step backwards. Women, Peace and Security (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Geddes, Marc, Meakin, Alexandra and Thompson, Louise (2017) Weak government, strong parliament? A preview of Theresa May’s legislative challenges. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jun 2017). Website.

Geddes, Mike, Dommett, Katharine and Prosser, Brenton (2017) ‘Rubbing shoulders’: an understanding of networks, relationships and everyday practices is key to parliamentary engagement. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Generation, Brexit (2017) Generation Brexit officially launches in six new languages. LSE Brexit (03 Oct 2017). Website.

Genovese, Taylor R. (2017) Book review: placing outer space: an earthly ethnography of other worlds by Lisa Messeri. LSE Review of Books (10 Mar 2017). Website.

Geybullayeva, Arzu (2017) Mehriban Aliyeva: the many faces of Azerbaijan’s First Lady and new Vice President. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Ghatak, Maitreesh (2017) A murder is a murder, whatever the context. South Asia @ LSE (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Gheaus, Anca (2017) The chain of love and duty. Forum for European Philosophy Blog (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Ghose, Katie (2017) We’re taking back control – but who’s going to wield it? Democratic Audit UK (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Ghosh, Aniruddha and Bandyopadhyay, Sujan (2017) As scaling effects of research productivity diminish, India must step up R&D investment. South Asia @ LSE (20 Oct 2017). Website.

Ghosh, Aniruddha and Bandyopadhyay, Sujan (2017) Clues for India: looking at the puzzle of total factor productivity and capital flows. South Asia @ LSE (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Giannetti, Mariassunta and Yue Wang, Tracy (2017) When corporate scandal hits retail investors close to home. LSE Business Review (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Giannino, Domenico (2017) The Catalan crisis is about politics, not constitutional law - and it requires a political solution. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Oct 2017). Website.

Gibson, Andrew and Hazelkorn, Ellen (2017) Government policies favouring research for economic returns can overlook existing strengths in arts and humanities. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 Oct 2017). Website.

Giest, Sarah and Ansgar, Koene (2017) Engaging with citizens online: civic apps must offer dynamic interactions in order to be truly effective. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 Jan 2017). Website.

Gil, Suelen (2017) Obstetric violence and human rights in Brazil: what happened, Mrs. Adelir de Goés? LSE Human Rights Blog (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Gill, Jennifer, Albanell, Joan, Avouac, Bernard, Berger, Karin, Boerlum Kristensen, Finn, Bucher, Heiner C., Duncombe, Robert, Fink-Wagner, Antje-Henriette, Hutton, John, Jahnz-Różyk, Karina, Kossler, Ingrid, Podrazilova, Katerina, Spandonaro, Federico, Thomas, Michael, Vaz-Carneiro, Antonio, Wartenberg, Markus and Kanavos, Panos ORCID: 0000-0001-9518-3089 (2017) RWE in Europe Paper III: A Roadmap for RWE. . London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Gilmartin, David and Campion, Sonali (2017) “New visions of control over the environment really shook the way political orders were created on both sides of the border after Partition” – David Gilmartin. South Asia @ LSE (10 May 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) Mapping the Trump-Russia network, the death of Purple America, and everybody hates Trumpcare: roundup of US academic political blogging for 4 – 10 March. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Mar 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) Ryan’s health care bill struggle, why NAFTA’s not a big deal, and how to reduce fatal police shootings: roundup of US academic political blogging for 11 – 17 March. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 1 September: Christie's approval hits new lows, Indiana's online tax grab, and California's new political rivalry. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Sep 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 10 November: The end of the Christie-Guadagno era in New Jersey, Republicans lose in Virginia, and South Dakota's GOP Governor joins the 'war on coal'. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Nov 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 13 October: Vermont syringe exchanges' success, Florida's slavery memorial plans and Missouri's 'cartoon Trump'. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Oct 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 15 September: New York's poor primary turnout, Heitkamp courts Trump, and an Idaho city forgets 5 million levy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 17 November: Arizona's McSally appeals to Trump, #SealMageddon in South Carolina, and would the "Shelby stratagem" work in Alabama? USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Nov 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 20 October: New Jersey's vulnerable voting machines, Nelson woos Puerto Ricans in Florida, and Friess doesn't understand Wyoming. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Oct 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 22 September: Christie's 240m opioid plan, #NukeGate in South Carolina, and Michigan passes "Citizens United on Steroids". USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Sep 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 24 November: New Jersey's segregated schools, North Carolina cities take climate change action, and New Mexico's preemption problem. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Nov 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 27 October: Pennsylvania's judicial roulette, Oklahoma legislators facing pay cut, and 'Republican-lite' in California. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Oct 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 29 September: Murphy's New Jersey spending plans, how Moore won in Alabama, and does California polarize America? USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (29 Sep 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 3 November: Maryland's "grovelling" Democrats, Iowa's "Ag-gag" law challenged, and lobbying in Montana. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 6 October: Virginia Governor's race gets dirty, Idaho Freedom Caucus plans fall flat, and California's Sanctuary State symbolism. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Oct 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States for 8 September: Vermont's new marijuana panel, South Dakota purges voter rolls, and making sense of Montana's budget. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Sep 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States: Florida legislature’s war, Oklahoma’s continuing earthquake crisis, and how Oregon can balance its budget: 25 February – 3 March. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) State of the States: Virginia’s bellwether Circuit Court vote, Iowa Democrats in the wilderness, and is L.A.’s Garcetti in a dead-end job?: 4 – 10 March. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Mar 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) Today is Labor Day. Here are ten important posts on jobs, work, workers' rights and wages. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Sep 2017). Website.

Gilson, Christopher (2017) Trump’s “quietly radical” address, the age of existential politics, and the “24 trillion dollar bezzle”: roundup of US academic political blogging for 25 February – 3 March. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Ginsburg, Ophira, Bray, Freddie, Coleman, Michel P, Vanderpuye, Verna, Eniu, Alexandru, Kotha, S Rani, Sarker, Malabika, Huong, Tran Thanh, Allemani, Claudia, Dvaladze, Allison, Gralow, Julie, Yeates, Karen, Taylor, Carolyn, Oomman, Nandini, Krishnan, Suneeta, Sullivan, Richard, Kombe, Dominista, Blas, Magaly M, Parham, Groesbeck, Kassami, Natasha and Conteh, Lesong (2017) The global burden of women’s cancers: a grand challenge in global health. The Lancet, 389 (10071). pp. 847-860. ISSN 0140-6736

Giorgi, Simona (2017) How audiences come to embrace and support new products, ideas or politicians. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Sep 2017). Website.

Giragosian, Richard (2017) Armenia’s election aftermath: few street protests, but the new government is set for a bumpy ride. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Giragosian, Richard (2017) Armenia’s watershed election: more free, but less fair. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Mar 2017). Website.

Giragosian, Richard (2017) A Pyrrhic victory in Yerevan? Understanding Armenia’s one party dominance. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 May 2017). Website.

Giray Aksoy, Cavet, Carpenter, Christopher S. and Frank, Jefferson (2017) How your sexual orientation affects your salary. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Glaser, Florian and Risius, Marten (2017) The side effect of scrutinising traders in social trading platforms. LSE Business Review (09 Mar 2017). Website.

Glencross, Andrew (2017) The Brexit talks aren't just about power, they're about legitimacy - and the UK urgently needs a vision for the future. LSE Brexit (13 Oct 2017). Website.

Glencross, Andrew (2017) What Macron’s victory means for Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 May 2017). Website.

Global Kids Online, (2017) Bulgaria: are children empowered to benefit from the internet? Global Kids Online (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Global Kids Online, (2017) Collaborating with UNICEF India on child online safety. Global Kids Online (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Global Kids Online, (2017) Highlights from 18 months of Global Kids Online. Global Kids Online (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Glover, Danni (2017) Book review: Samuel Richardson and the theory of tragedy: Clarissa’s caesuras by J. A. Smith. LSE Review of Books (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Gluckman, David (2017) How the UK came to adore branded wine Le Piat d'Or. LSE Business Review (06 Oct 2017). Website.

Glück, Thorsten and Füss, Roland (2017) Contrary to common belief, market correlations between assets are constant. LSE Business Review (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Goes, Eunice (2017) As electoral disaster looms, Labour should start preparing for the post-Corbyn era. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2017). Website.

Gohel, Sajjan (2017) Afghanistan: losses, setbacks and impending challenges (part 1). South Asia @ LSE (11 May 2017). Website.

Gohel, Sajjan (2017) Afghanistan: losses, setbacks and impending challenges (part 2). South Asia @ LSE (12 May 2017). Website.

Gohel, Sajjan (2017) Despite security challenges, Afghanistan's education system has come a long way. South Asia @ LSE (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Golder, Sona N., Stephenson, Laura B., van der Straeten, Karine, Blais, André, Bol, Damien, Harfst, Philipp and Laslier, Jean-François (2017) Good news: fielding women candidates doesn’t put parties at a disadvantage in elections. Democratic Audit UK (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Gonenc, Defne (2017) The Sardar Sarovar dam: drowning out citizens but who benefits? South Asia @ LSE (13 Feb 2017). Website.

Gonzales Hernando, Marcos, Stone, Diane and Pautz, Hartwig (2017) Think tanks can transform into the standard-setters and arbiters of quality of 21st century policy analysis. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Gonzalez Hernando, Marcos (2017) Book review: Gramsci’s common sense: inequality and its narratives by Kate Crehan. LSE Review of Books (04 Jan 2017). Website.

Good, Darren J. and Lyddy, Christopher J. (2017) Explaining how mindfulness consistently brings positive workplace outcomes. LSE Business Review (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Goodchild, Philip (2017) Does money make us selfish? Forum for European Philosophy Blog (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Goode, Sigi, Hoehle, Hartmut, Venkatesh, Viswanath and Bro, Susan A. (2017) What to do when your clients' data is breached: the case of Sony Playstation. LSE Business Review (26 Jul 2017). Website.

Goodman, Emma (2017) How has media policy responded to fake news? Media Policy Blog (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Goodwin, Mark, Bates, Stephen and Geddes, Marc (2017) The Remainers who now chair select committees will harry the government over Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2017). Website.

Goozee, Rhianna (2017) Systemic changes within institutions are needed to promote greater gender equity in STEM. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Oct 2017). Website.

Gopal, Ram D., Hidaji, Hooman, Patterson, Raymond A., Rolland, Erik and Zhdanov, Dmitry (2017) Our private data and the market for third-party providers of functionality to websites. LSE Business Review (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Gordon, Claire E (2017) It's time students took to the barricades over Brexit. LSE Brexit (11 Sep 2017). Website.

Gormley, Lisa (2017) 1000+ days of #BringBackOurGirls – reflections on the possibilities of social media and girls’ human rights. Women, Peace and Security (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Goss, Kristin A. (2017) In an age of populism and government failure, elite “policy plutocrats” are playing an increasing role in remaking society. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Mar 2017). Website.

Gould, Eric and Klor, Esteban (2017) The post-9/11 backlash against Muslims reduced assimilation. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Graham, Jack (2017) Is Trump using the ‘fake news’ controversy as an opportunity to keep the media in line? LSE Department of Government Blog (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Grant, Wyn (2017) Who will pick fruit and harvest vegetables after Brexit? Reviving SAWS could be a solution. LSE Brexit (17 Nov 2017). Website.

Grasso, Anthony (2017) Why pursuing more rehabilitative policies may actually lead to harsher punishments for prisoners. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Apr 2017). Website.

Gray, Caroline (2017) Relying on Basque nationalists, but still in power: Where next for Spain's 'weak' government? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Jul 2017). Website.

Gray, Caroline (2017) A tale of changing destinies: why the Catalans are pushing for independence rather than the Basques. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Nov 2017). Website.

Grayling, A.C. (2017) The EU referendum was gerrymandered. LSE Brexit (28 Sep 2017). Website.

Greatrick, Aydan and Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Elena (2017) ‘Travelling fear’ in global context: exploring everyday dynamics of in/security and im/mobility. Religion and the Public Sphere (13 Mar 2017). Website.

Green, Duncan (2017) Book review: how China escaped the poverty trap by Yuen Yuen Ang. LSE Review of Books (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Green, Duncan (2017) The NGO-Academia interface: obstacles to collaboration, lessons from systems thinking and suggested ways forward. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Apr 2017). Website.

Green, Duncan (2017) Want to ensure your research influences policy? Advice from a government insider. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Oct 2017). Website.

Green, Harriett and Courtney, Angela (2017) Digital collections offer researchers opportunities to develop new skills and scholarly communications networks. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Green, Jane and Jennings, Will (2017) Will Brexit be another Black Wednesday for the Conservatives? Lessons from the ERM crisis. LSE Brexit (19 Sep 2017). Website.

Green, Toby (2017) It's time for "pushmi-pullyu" open access: servicing the distinct needs of readers and authors. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Greene, Zachary and Haber, Matthias (2017) How electoral competition explains preference convergence and divergence in pre-electoral coalitions. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Apr 2017). Website.

Greene, Zachary, Spoon, Jae-Jae and Williams, Christopher (2017) Tactical voting in referendums: did SNP’s mixed signals encourage those for independence to vote for Brexit? British Politics and Policy Blog (21 Nov 2017). Website.

Greshake, Bastian (2017) A closer look at the Sci-Hub corpus: what is being downloaded and from where? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Griffith, Liz (2017) Online advertising meets behavioural science – the story of my Master’s dissertation. LSE Behavioural Science (07 Apr 2017). Website.

Grimmel, Andreas and My Giang, Susanne (2017) Why China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative should be taken more seriously by the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Grimmel, Andreas and My Giang, Susanne (2017) Why China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative should be taken more seriously by the EU and how it can be an interregional success. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Grodach, Carl, Foster, Nicole and Murdoch, James (2017) Arts industries do not cause gentrification- they tend to chase it. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The Article 50 case explained in sticky notes. LSE Brexit (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The Article 50 notification explained in sticky notes. LSE Brexit (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The Great Repeal Bill explained in sticky notes. LSE Brexit (02 May 2017). Website.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) Legislation that is, and is not: the deeply problematic Repeal Bill. LSE Brexit (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The Supreme Court’s ruling on Article 50 – in sticky notes. LSE Brexit (25 Jan 2017). Website.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The (not so) great repeal bill, part 1: only uncertainty is certain. LSE Brexit (02 Jun 2017). Website.

Grogan, Joelle (2017) The (not so) great repeal bill, part 2: how Henry VIII clauses undermine Parliament. LSE Brexit (05 Jun 2017). Website.

Grossman, Emiliano and Sauger, Nicolas (2017) Why do the French hate their politicians so much? Democratic Audit UK (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Grossman, Wendy (2017) Book review: American girls: social media and the secret lives of teenagers. Parenting for a Digital Future (25 Apr 2017). Website.

Grous, Alexander (2017) Connectivity will create a multibillion-dollar opportunity for the global airline industry. LSE Business Review Blog (30 Nov 2017). Website.

Grove, Lynda (2017) The effects of funding policies on academic research. Doctoral thesis, University College London.

Groves, Antony (2017) Book review: the makerspace librarian’s sourcebook edited by Ellyssa Kroski. LSE Review of Books (22 Jun 2017). Website.

Growth Commission, LSE (2017) More talent, please: a blueprint for the UK’s future migration policy. LSE Brexit (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Growth Commission, LSE (2017) What trading outside the Single Market looks like. LSE Brexit (01 Mar 2017). Website.

Grueter, Gerhard (2017) Fintechs have advantages over established banks, but regulation is a major challenge. LSE Business Review (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Gstöhl, Sieglinde and Frommelt, Christian (2017) Although Britain won't rejoin EFTA, it can learn a great deal from its experience. LSE Brexit (06 Nov 2017). Website.

Guardado, Jenny (2017) Development for Sale: 18th Century Spanish Colonial Administrators and Long-Run Subnational Disparities in Peru. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (05 Jul 2017). Website.

Guberek, Tamy (2017) Calling death by its name: breaking the silence of Guatemala's National Police Archive. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Gudgin, Graham (2017) How bad will Brexit really be for the UK? LSE Brexit (12 Sep 2017). Website.

Gudgin, Graham (2017) How bad will Brexit really be for the UK? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Guerra, Simona (2017) Euroscepticism has taken hold across the EU - but it has many different roots. LSE Brexit (19 Jul 2017). Website.

Guerrina, Roberta (2017) ‘Legsit’ is no joke. It’s symptomatic of a reactionary Brexit political culture. LSE Brexit (28 Apr 2017). Website.

Guest, Matthew (2017) Increasing REF’s impact weighting could offer incentive for institutions to address societal, economic and global challenges. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Feb 2017). Website.

Gulliver, Kevin (2017) Racial discrimination in UK housing has a long history and deep roots. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Oct 2017). Website.

Gupta, Abhinav and Wowak, Adam (2017) The elephant (and the donkey) in the boardroom. LSE Business Review (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Gupta, Kuhika, Ripberger, Joseph T. and Wehde, Wesley (2017) Advocacy groups use Twitter to build policy narratives featuring heroes, villains and victims. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Gurdgiev, Constantin and Corbet, Shaen (2017) Hacking the market: Systemic contagion from cybersecurity breaches. LSE Business Review Blog (28 Nov 2017). Website.

Gutterman, Ellen (2017) How policy framing shaped UK strategy on transnational bribery. British Politics and Policy at LSE (Feb 2017). Website.

Guzmán, Jaime (2017) Book review: Latino city: urban planning, politics, and the grassroots by Erualdo R. González. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Sep 2017). Website.

Gwata, Dorcas and Endale, Tarik (2017) Will the appointment of Tedros Ghebreyesus mark a turning point for WHO? Africa at LSE (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Gélvez, Juan David and Weintraub, Michael (2017) Cuando el descabezamiento del crimen organizado funciona: el caso del Clan del Golfo en Colombia. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Gélvez, Juan David and Weintraub, Michael (2017) Is it wise to decapitate organised armed groups? The case of Colombia's Clan del Golfo. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (15 Nov 2017). Website.

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Hackett, Ursula (2017) This major church-state case makes direct funding of religious organizations more likely. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Jun 2017). Website.

Haddad, Nader (2017) The City plans for a tough Brexit divorce. LSE Brexit (23 May 2017). Website.

Haegeli, Jérôme (2017) Strengthening private capital markets: less of the same is more. LSE Business Review (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Haeussier, Mathias (2017) British newspapers and the EU: was it always about sovereignty and crooked bananas? British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2017). Website.

Hagemeister, Kristen (2017) An open letter to Mark Zuckerberg: Africa deserves more from your IT initiatives. Africa at LSE (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Hahnel, Mark (2017) Open-source, commercial, non-profit, for-profit: what power have you got? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Oct 2017). Website.

Haider-Markel, Don and Joslyn, Mark (2017) Democrats are more likely than Republicans or Independents to blame genetics for obesity – including their own. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Hale-Ross, Simon (2017) Do we need more counter-terrorism powers? Why Theresa May’s ‘four-point’ plan is redundant. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jun 2017). Website.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne (2017) What is new and what is nationalist about Europe’s ‘new nationalism’? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Feb 2017). Website.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne (2017) What is new and what is nationalist about Europe’s ‘new nationalism’? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Feb 2017). Website.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne, Nanou, Kyriaki and Vasilopoulou, Sofia (2017) Changing the policy agenda? The impact of the Golden Dawn on Greek party politics. LSE Greece@LSE (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Hamid, Sadek (2017) Young, Muslim and British: between rhetoric and realities. Religion and the Public Sphere (24 Apr 2017). Website.

Hammal, (2017) Book review: ethnography at the frontier: space, memory, and society in Southern Balochistan by Ugo E.M. Fabietti. South Asia @ LSE (01 Sep 2017). Website.

Hammarfelt, Björn, de Rijcke, Sarah, Rushforth, Alex, Wallenburg, Iris and Bal, Roland (2017) Advancing to the next level: the quantified self and the gamification of academic research through social networks. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 May 2017). Website.

Hammershøj, Lars Geer (2017) There’s no innovation without anger (think Lars von Trier and Steve Jobs). LSE Business Review (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Hammersley, John (2017) Real-time data on global collaboration networks can support new research and create further connections. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 May 2017). Website.

Hampton, James (2017) Book review: diploma democracy: the rise of political meritocracy by Mark Bovens and Anchrit Wille. LSE Review of Books (29 Nov 2017). Website.

Han, Yao (2017) Book review: breaking the WTO: how emerging powers disrupted the neoliberal project by Kristen Hopewell. LSE Review of Books (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Han, Yao (2017) Book review: unlikely partners: Chinese reformers, Western economists and the making of global China by Julian Gewirtz. LSE Review of Books (14 Aug 2017). Website.

Hanley, Seán (2017) Czech election preview: is Andrej Babiš heading for a Pyrrhic victory? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Hannah, A. Lee and Mallinson, Daniel J. (2017) Uncooperative federal government has led to innovation on marijuana policy in more liberal, less religious states. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Harris, Brad and Gardner, Richard (2017) Boomerang employees: should you welcome them back? LSE Business Review (12 Jul 2017). Blog Entry.

Harrison, James, Richardson, Ben, Campling, Liam, Smith, Adrian and Barbu, Mirela (2017) Workers’ rights are now a basic element of trade deals. What stance will Britain take? LSE Brexit (27 Jun 2017). Website.

Harrison, Roy M. (2017) Air quality at risk: Brexit and lobbying from member states could stall progress on reducing pollution. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Harter, Nathan (2017) Looking for leadership guidance in classic philosophy. LSE Business Review (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Hartley, Dilys (2017) Statelessness and the Syrian conflict. LSE Human Rights Blog (16 May 2017). Website.

Hartley, James and Cabanac, Guilaume (2017) Why has submitting a manuscript to a journal become so difficult? A call to simplify an overly complicated process. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 May 2017). Website.

Harvey, Malcolm (2017) Audit 2017: how democratic are the central institutions of devolved government in Scotland? Democratic Audit UK (11 May 2017). Website.

Harvey, Malcolm (2017) Scots are not becoming more conservative: three factors behind the Tory 'revival' in North East Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jul 2017). Website.

Hassan, Gary (2017) Independence in the Age of Disruption: questions for Scotland's main parties. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Oct 2017). Website.

Hassan Manazir, Sharique (2017) Union Budget 2017-18: leading India towards a digital economy. South Asia @ LSE (03 Feb 2017). Website.

Hatch, Mary Jo and Schultz, Majken (2017) How a beer found success with an authentic use of history. LSE Business Review (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Hatfield, Polly (2017) Extreme weather events in the Caribbean call for a rethink of how Official Development Assistance is allocated. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (21 Sep 2017). Website.

Hawes, Daniel (2017) White, middle-class social capital helps to incarcerate African-Americans in racially diverse states. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Sep 2017). Website.

Hayes, Aneta (2017) The UK’s Teaching Excellence Framework does not foster the inclusion of international students as equals. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Hayes, Matthew and Hibbing, Matthew (2017) Satisfaction with public policy decisions is dependent on the racial composition of decision-makers, not only on the decisions themselves. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Jun 2017). Website.

Hayes, Nathan (2017) Public-Private Partnerships in Emerging Markets. International Development (08 May 2017). Website.

Hayes, Nathan (2017) The impact of China’s one belt one road initiative on developing countries. International Development (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Hayes, Thomas and Scruggs, Lyle (2017) How increasing wealth concentration and inequality leads to less generous state welfare policies. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Apr 2017). Website.

Haynes, Nell (2017) Bridging time between home and the mine: parenting through social media in northern Chile. Parenting for a Digital Future (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Hayton, Richard (2017) A fundamentally Conservative document: what have we learnt from May’s manifesto? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2017). Website.

Hayward, Katy (2017) The Irish border is not a technical issue but a political one. LSE Brexit (20 Oct 2017). Website.

Hayward, Katy (2017) A hard Irish border is quite possible, a frictionless one is an oxymoron. LSE Brexit (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Hayward, Katy (2017) A hard Irish border is quite possible, a frictionless one is an oxymoron. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Jul 2017). Website.

Hayward, Katy and Campbell, Maurice (2017) Legatum Institute's 'solution' for the Brexit border is highly problematic. LSE Brexit (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Hayward, Katy and Campbell, Maurice (2017) Legatum Institute's solution for the Brexit border is highly problematic. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Sep 2017). Website.

Hayward, Katy and Phinnemore, David (2017) This Brexit juncture is a critical moment for the Good Friday Agreement. LSE Brexit (28 Nov 2017). Website.

He, Sylvia (2017) Better schools lead to higher house prices, which can price out lower income families. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Mar 2017). Website.

Heasman, Brett (2017) Employers may discriminate against autism without realising. LSE Business Review (31 Jul 2017). Website.

Heath, Oliver and Goodwin, Matthew (2017) Why Theresa May's gamble at the polls failed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2017). Website.

Heaton-Harris, Chris (2017) A happy Brexit? We should rather brace ourselves for a dramatic change in our democratic freedom - for the worse. LSE Brexit (23 Nov 2017). Website.

Heere, Cees (2017) Japanese Immigration and the Dark Prehistory of Donald Trump’s Muslim Ban. International History (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Heersmink, Richard (2017) Claims that the Internet damages our memory and cognition may be unfounded. LSE Business Review (02 May 2017). Website.

Heffernan, Anne (2017) Book Review – Pioneers of the Field: South Africa’s Women Anthropologists by Andrew Bank. Africa at LSE (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Helen, Kara (2017) Reading List: 8 Books on Indigenous Research Methods recommended by Helen Kara. LSE Review of Books (26 Jul 2017). Website.

Henaghan, Caroline (2017) Book review: in search of criminal responsibility: ideas, interests and institutions by Nicola Lacey. LSE Review of Books (09 May 2017). Website.

Henaghan, Caroline (2017) International Women’s Day (#IWD2017) book review: the persistence of gender inequality by Mary Evans. LSE Review of Books (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Henderson, Alisa (2017) Which referendum exactly will GE 2017 be about in Scotland? British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Apr 2017). Website.

Hendrick, Carl (2017) Why students should not be taught general critical-thinking skills. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Hennekam, Sophie and Bennett, Dawn (2017) Sexual harassment in the creative industries. LSE Business Review (20 Jul 2017). Website.

Hennig, Alicia (2017) How Daoism can make a difference in business. LSE Business Review (27 Apr 2017). Website.

Henwood, Melanie (2017) The Conservative manifesto and social care: policy-making on the hoof. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2017). Website.

Henwood, Melanie (2017) NHS Continuing Healthcare funding: anomalous, irregular, and often baffling. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jul 2017). Website.

Henwood, Melanie (2017) The UK’s problem with long-term care: short-term thinking. British Politics and Policy Blog (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Herbeć, Aleksandra (2017) The scandal of CSI, the little-known loophole used to deny EU citizens permanent residency. LSE Brexit (17 Mar 2017). Website.

Herman, Lise (2017) Europhiles should temper their enthusiasm about Macron’s win. LSE Brexit (15 May 2017). Website.

Herndon, Jay (2017) Equality, one stitch at a time. South Asia @ LSE (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Herndon, Jay (2017) The case for profit: entrepreneurial approaches to addressing India's agrarian crisis. South Asia @ LSE (24 Jul 2017). Website.

Hick, Rod (2017) The Troika gave Ireland more autonomy over social security cuts than is commonly recognised. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Mar 2017). Website.

Hickson, Kevin and Williams, Ben (2017) Why John Major’s premiership deserves more credit than it is usually given. British Politics and Policy Blog (13 Nov 2017). Website.

Hidalgo, Javier (2017) The ethics of New Zealand selling citizenship to tech investor Peter Thiel. LSE Business Review (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Hill, Ginny (2017) Yemen’s urban–rural divide and the ultra localisation of the Civil War. Middle East Centre Blog (13 Jun 2017). Website.

Hillier-Broadley, Meghann and Blore, Francis (2017) Materiality of research: without end: documents of research by Meghann Hillier-Broadley and Francis Blore. LSE Review of Books (13 Oct 2017). Website.

Hills, John (2017) Our lives keep on changing – yet the welfare myth of “them” and “us” persists. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Hind, Katie (2017) Grenfell Tower: why aren't more women covering big news stories? LSE Business Review (19 Sep 2017). Website.

Hix, Simon, Kaufmann, Eric and Leeper, Thomas J. (2017) UK voters, including Leavers, care more about reducing non-EU than EU migration. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 May 2017). Website.

Hlaak, Hussam (2017) Hussam Hlaak: ‘Tech companies need to know who their clients are’. LSE Business Review Blog (27 Nov 2017). Website.

Hobbs, Renee (2017) Creating the future of digital learning in the US. Parenting for a Digital Future (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Hochstetler, Kathy (2017) Does the Brazilian presidential system shape environmental policy there? International Development (01 Apr 2017). Website.

Hockley, Tony (2017) What the 2017 Conservative manifesto should say about the NHS. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2017). Website.

Hockley, Tony (2017) The manifestos on the NHS: sticking plasters for health and social care. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 May 2017). Website.

Hodgkin, Adam (2017) Book review: critical theory of communication: new readings of Lukacs, Adorno, Marcuse, Honneth and Habermas in the age of the internet by Christian Fuchs. LSE Review of Books (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Hodgson, Geoffrey M. (2017) Globalisation won’t do away with variations in capitalism. LSE Business Review (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Hoerner, Julian (2017) The Brexit talks have started, but have the French and British elections changed the tone? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Jun 2017). Website.

Hoerner, Julian (2017) Significant concessions to the UK in any Brexit deal are increasingly unlikely. LSE Brexit (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Hoerner, Julian and Hobolt, Sara (2017) The AfD succeeded in the German election by mobilising non-voters on the right. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Sep 2017). Website.

Hogwood, Patricia (2017) German election reaction: Merkel wins, but her fourth term won't be an easy one. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Sep 2017). Website.

Holcombe, Alex and Wilson, Mark C. (2017) Fair open access: returning control of scholarly journals to their communities. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Holland, Emily and Aron, Hadas (2017) The ‘Trump Dossier’ is aimed at taking down American democracy, not Donald Trump. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Jan 2017). Website.

Holland, Stephen P., Mansur, Erin T., Muller, Nicholas Z. and Yates, Andrew J. (2017) Why electric cars aren’t always environmentally sound. LSE Business Review (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Holman, Daniel, Lynch, Rebecca and Reeves, Aaron (2017) The impact of social sciences on health behaviour interventions has diminished – more interdisciplinary, culture-focused research is needed. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 May 2017). Website.

Holmberg, Pär (2017) Six practical actions for organisations to achieve gender balance. LSE Business Review Blog (29 Nov 2017). Website.

Holmberg, Pär (2017) A minor change in market trading rules could save taxpayers billions of dollars. LSE Business Review Blog (29 Nov 2017). Website.

Holmes, Bev J. (2017) On the co-production of research: why we should say what we mean, mean what we say, and learn as we go. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Sep 2017). Website.

Holmwood, John and Eve, Martin (2017) Five minutes with John Holmwood and Martin Eve – discussing the future of academic publishing. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Holroyd, Alexandre (2017) Alexandre Holroyd: “Macron’s Presidency will not have a huge impact on Brexit per se, but on the future of the EU”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Jun 2017). Website.

Holt, Alison (2017) The big data revolution: embrace it but proceed with caution. LSE Business Review (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Holyoke, Thomas T. and LaPira, Timothy M. (2017) Lobbying is growing in the US - more information may be the best regulation. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (11 Oct 2017). Website.

Honohan, Iseult (2017) Britons are applying for Irish citizenship to get an EU passport. Is this a problem? Democratic Audit Blog (23 Jan 2017). Blog Entry.

Hossain, Naomi and Campion, Sonali (2017) “If you don’t have food security what development can you have?” – Naomi Hossain. South Asia @ LSE (07 Jun 2017). Website.

Howard, Stephen (2017) Book review: Socrates tenured: the institutions of 21st-century philosophy by Robert Frodeman and Adam Briggle. LSE Review of Books (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Howson, Colin (2017) How pseudo-hypotheses defeat a non-Bayesian theory of evidence: reply to Bandyopadhyay, Taper, and Brittan. International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 30 (3). pp. 299-306. ISSN 0269-8595

Hoxhaj, Andi (2017) Albania’s election: a country in need of a new political narrative as it aims to open EU accession talks. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Jun 2017). Website.

Hoyos, Maria (2017) Business and truth telling: the bittersweet case of the Colombian peace process. LSE Human Rights Blog (24 May 2017). Website.

Hudson, Bob (2017) Inside the ‘new NHS’: where are the citizens? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2017). Website.

Huff, Connor and Kertzer, Joshua D. (2017) People are more likely to describe a violent event as terrorism if the perpetrator is Muslim and has policy goals. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Oct 2017). Website.

Hug, Sven E. and Brändle, Martin P. (2017) Microsoft Academic is on the verge of becoming a bibliometric superpower. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Jun 2017). Website.

Hunt, Jo (2017) When EU laws are repatriated, will all the power go to Westminster? LSE Brexit (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Hunter, David J (2017) Is a ‘strong leader’ really what the country needs? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2017). Website.

Hurley, Gail (2017) Building back better in the Caribbean requires supportive international finance. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (01 Nov 2017). Website.

Hurley, Gail (2017) Cuba’s strong tradition of medical internationalism looks set to continue despite upheaval in the Americas. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (10 Feb 2017). Website.

Hurrell, Scott A., Scholarios, Dora and Richardson, James (2017) Employers beware: Generation Y loves social media, but to a point. LSE Business Review (25 Apr 2017). Website.

Husovec, Martin (2017) Doctrine of trademark use in European Union and Japan. Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review, 21 (1).

Husovec, Martin (2017) Holey cap! CJEU drills (yet) another hole in the e-Commerce Directive's safe harbours. Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, 12 (2). 115 - 125. ISSN 1747-1532

Husovec, Martin and van Dongen, L (2017) Website blocking, injunctions and beyond: view on the harmonization from the Netherlands. Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, 12 (8). 695 - 707. ISSN 1747-1532

Huws, Ursula (2017) Future of work: taking the blinkers off to see new possibilities. LSE Business Review (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Huxley, Gervas and Peacey, Mike (2017) Do UK universities collude in ways that inhibit genuine competition? LSE Business Review (18 Oct 2017). Website.

Hwang, Gina (2017) Greetings from Gina, Chair of the MPA Student Association! LSE Institute of Public Affairs Blog (30 May 2017). Website.

Hyman, Richard (2017) British trade unions and the ETUC. In: Ciampani, Andrea and Tilly, Pierre, (eds.) A Multilevel Social Relations History: Unions into ETUC and ETUC into European societies. ETUI aisbl, Brussels, Brussels, Belgium.

Hänska, Max ORCID: 0000-0001-9188-534X (2017) Against Anti-Pluralism. Euro Crisis in the Press (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Hänska, Max ORCID: 0000-0001-9188-534X and Bauchowitz, Stefan (2017) How the General Election 2017 Campaign is shaping up on Twitter. Euro Crisis in the Press (05 Jun 2017). Website.

Hänska, Max ORCID: 0000-0001-9188-534X and Siddiqui, Afzal S. (2017) The Economics of Brexit needn’t be quixotic: Towards a green industrial strategy for Britain. Euro Crisis in the Press (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Hölsgens, Sander (2017) Book review: after uniqueness: a history of film and video art in circulation by Erika Balsom. LSE Review of Books (20 Jul 2017). Website.

Hölsgens, Sander (2017) Book review: anthropology of the arts edited by Gretchen Bakke and Marina Peterson. LSE Review of Books (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Hölsgens, Sander (2017) Book review: cloud and molecular aesthetics by Lanfranco Aceti. LSE Review of Books (01 Nov 2017). Website.

Hüttl, Pia (2017) Inflation is back. LSE Business Review (17 Feb 2017). Website.

hasan, Tahera and Campion, Sonali (2017) “Despite the prevalence of child abandonment in Pakistan there are no formal structures for adoption in place” – Tahera Hasan. South Asia @ LSE (24 May 2017). Website.

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Ibreck, Rachel and de Waal, Alex (2017) Ending impunity in South Sudan. Africa at LSE (23 Feb 2017). Website.

Ieng Tak Lou, Loretta (2017) Book review: the anthropology of China: China as ethnographic and theoretical critique by Charlotte Bruckermann and Stephan Feuchtwang. LSE Review of Books (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Igami, Mitsuru (2017) When companies stop offshoring, they may end up dying. LSE Business Review (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Igami, Mitsuru (2017) When companies stop offshoring, they may end up dying. LSE Business Review (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Inckle, Kay (2017) National self-injury awareness day: social justice, user-led interventions and challenging stigma. Researching Sociology (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Indulska, Marta and Sadiq, Shazia (2017) In order to fully realise the value of open data researchers must first address the quality of the datasets. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Innes, Abby (2017) The economy and the Conservative manifesto: economic imagination in a time warp. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 May 2017). Website.

Innes, Abby (2017) The political economy of the Conservative Manifesto: a hallucinatory celebration of the state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 May 2017). Website.

InternationalDevelopment@LSE, (2017) Being Bold for Change on International Women’s Day 2017. International Development (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Iob, Elizabeth (2017) Book review: paper tiger: law, bureaucracy and the developmental state in Himalayan India by Nayanika Mathur. LSE Review of Books (17 Jan 2017). Website.

Ioncică, Diana-Eugenia and Petrescu, Eva-Cristina (2017) Slow economics: shifting the focus to sustainability and quality of life. LSE Business Review (24 Feb 2017). Website.

Iro, Konstantinou (2017) Apathy or lack of civic education? Why young people don’t vote. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Apr 2017). Website.

Irving, James (2017) Catalonia's declaration of independence: what comes next? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Irving, Lucy (2017) Park life: Aldgate parks a public space for all the people? Lucy Irving. Researching Sociology (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Irving Jackson, Pamela and Doerschler, Peter (2017) Multiculturalism is unpopular with the majority – even though it makes for happier societies. Democratic Audit UK (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Irving Jackson, Pamela and Doerschler, Peter (2017) Multiculturalism is unpopular with the majority – even though it makes for happier societies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Feb 2017). Website.

Islam, Mohammad Tarikul (2017) How can Bangladesh utilise human security for rural development? South Asia @ LSE (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Islam, Mohammad Tarikul (2017) Understanding the effectiveness of Union Parishad standing committee: a perspective on Bangladesh. South Asia @ LSE (07 Nov 2017). Website.

Ivanova, Katya (2017) It's all relatives: the trouble with post-Brexit family reunification plans. LSE Brexit (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Ivanova, Katya and Turculet, Georgiana (2017) Breaking up families is easy to do: family reunification post-Brexit. LSE Brexit (13 Jun 2017). Website.

Izci, Burku, Yalcin, Yasin, Bahcekapili, Tugba and Jones, Ithel (2017) Seeking high-quality digital content for children in Turkey. Parenting for a Digital Future (28 Jun 2017). Website.

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Jackson-Preece, Jennifer (2017) Britain risks securitising its future relationship with the EU. LSE Brexit (03 Oct 2017). Website.

Jacobs, Brian and Singhal, Vinod (2017) Why were Western retailers blamed for the building collapse in Bangladesh? LSE Business Review (11 Jul 2017). Blog Entry.

Jagger, Carol (2017) Living longer, but with more care needs: late-life dependency and the social care crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Sep 2017). Website.

Jahangir, Rukhsana (2017) Whitechapel field trip report by Rukhsana Jahangir. Researching Sociology (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Jain, Mahima A. (2017) "We have some critical national security interests, and you have to be respectful of those interests" - General Haq. South Asia @ LSE (Oct 2017). Website.

James, Toby, Rennard, Chris and Dell, Josh (2017) Now they’re on a roll: how to get the missing millions onto the electoral register. Democratic Audit UK (08 Mar 2017). Website.

James, Toby, Rennard, Chris and Dell, Josh (2017) Too late for GE2017 – but now universities will have to play a role in registering students to vote. Democratic Audit UK (02 May 2017). Website.

James, Weinberg (2017) What do we mean by the “political class” – and are they all the same? British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 May 2017). Website.

Jancic, Davor (2017) Why the European Court of Justice isn’t going away. LSE Brexit (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Jarman, Alex (2017) Austria focuses on the short term, Germany the long term, in responding to populism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Jarvis, James (2017) Cybersecurity is the defining business challenge of the 21st century. LSE Business Review (28 Mar 2017). Website.

Jarvis, Lee (2017) What can the UK learn from President Trump’s travel ban? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Feb 2017). Website.

Jay, Zoë (2017) Why Britain (usually) obeys the European Court of Human Rights. LSE Brexit (15 Nov 2017). Website.

Jay, Zoë (2017) The reluctant role model: why Britain (usually) obeys the European Court of Human Rights. British Politics and Policy Blog (06 Nov 2017). Website.

Jeffrey, David (2017) It was Thatcher wot lost it – or was it? Conservative electoral decline in Liverpool since 1945. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2017). Website.

Jenkins, Willis (2017) Trump, climate change and white US Evangelicalism. Religion and the public Sphere (13 Jun 2017). Website.

Jennifer, Jackson-Preece (2017) Divorce doesn't have to be bloody difficult. LSE Brexit (13 Jul 2017). Website.

Jessop, David (2017) Caribbean 'Citizenship by Investment' is becoming a dangerous race to the bottom. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Jessop, David (2017) The future of Caribbean sugar will depend on the region's capacity for cooperation. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (09 Nov 2017). Website.

Jhutti-Johal, Jagbir (2017) Research on the Sikh community in the UK is essential to better inform policy, but surveys must be improved. Religion and the Public Sphere (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Johnson, Craig (2017) How Wales is understood in the UK is a problem – strengthening Welsh media is part of the solution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2017). Website.

Johnson, David V (2017) A democracy deficit plagues the US and the European Union. LSE Brexit (Jul 2017). Website.

Johnson, Michael (2017) Unpicking the “no deal is better than a bad deal” mantra: what would a ‘bad deal’ look like? LSE Brexit (08 Jun 2017). Website.

Johnson, Michael (2017) Unpicking ‘no deal is better than a bad deal’: not just meaningless, but unhelpful. LSE Brexit (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Johnson, Richard (2017) Cross-party agreement on the Brexit process is a triumph for the British left. LSE Brexit (27 Sep 2017). Website.

Johnson, Stefanie K. (2017) The effects of good looks on professional success: It’s complicated. LSE Business Review (13 Apr 2017). Website.

Johnston, Ron (2017) The long read: the working class hasn’t gone away by Ron Johnston. LSE Review of Books (03 May 2017). Website.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2017) How UKIP’s election strategy is boosting Theresa May’s chances of a big majority. Democratic Audit UK (29 May 2017). Website.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2017) The case of the missing marginals: how big will May’s majority be? Democratic Audit UK (25 Apr 2017). Website.

Jokela, Juha (2017) Losing an ally in the EU: the view on Brexit from Finland. LSE Brexit (27 Jul 2017). Website.

Jonathan, Wadsworth (2017) Post-Brexit work visa quotas on EU nationals are likely to favour graduates. LSE Brexit (18 Jul 2017). Website.

Jones, Angharad (2017) From high street retailer to provider of community eyecare? The future of the optical professions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Jones, Ed (2017) Book Review: Anthropologists in the Stock Exchange: A Financial History of Victorian Science by Marc Flandreau. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jan 2017). Website.

Jones, Ed (2017) Book review: anthropologists in the stock exchange: a financial history of Victorian science by Marc Flandreau. LSE Review of Books (10 Jan 2017). Website.

Jones, Ed (2017) Book review: blood and faith: the purging of Muslim Spain, 1492-1614 by Matthew Carr. LSE Review of Books (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Jones, Ed (2017) Book review: duress: imperial durabilities in our times by Ann Laura Stoler. LSE Review of Books (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Jones, Ed (2017) Book review: the Chinese typewriter: a history by Thomas S. Mullaney. LSE Review of Books (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Jones, Ed (2017) Long read review: the impossible grammar of civil war by Ed Jones. LSE Review of Books (19 Jul 2017). Website.

Jones, Lee (2017) The Mail's 'Brexit bias' witch-hunt is wrong, but raises uncomfortable home truths. LSE Brexit (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Jones, Stephanie Olivia Penney (2017) Book review: participation and non-participation in student activism: paths and barriers to mobilising young people for political action by Alexander Hensby. LSE Review of Books (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Jordan, Jennifer (2017) The materiality of research: towards a sociology of plants by Jennifer Jordan. LSE Review of Books (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Juan Pablo, Vazquez Sampere (2017) If Trump’s ‘America First’ takes hold, expect disruptive innovation. LSE Business Review (23 Feb 2017). Website.

Judd, Gleason (2017) Taking unilateral action can improve a president's re-election chances, but it may not be good for the country. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Nov 2017). Website.

Juliano, Hansley A. (2017) Book review: global poverty: deprivation, distribution and development since the Cold War by Andy Sumner. LSE Review of Books (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Juma, Linet (2017) Book Review: Perspectives on Uganda – Reflections of an ODI Fellow by Prajakta Kharkar Nigam. Africa at LSE (05 May 2017). Website.

Jäschke, Robert, Linek, Stephanie B. and Hoffmann, Christian P. (2017) New media, familiar dynamics: academic hierarchies influence academics' following behaviour on Twitter. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (03 Oct 2017). Website.

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Kabeer, Naila ORCID: 0000-0001-7769-9540 and Santos, Ricardo (2017) Could Brazil's success in tackling intersecting inequalities be a model for the rest of the world? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (19 Sep 2017). Website.

Kabeer, Naila ORCID: 0000-0001-7769-9540 and Santos, Ricardo (2017) Pode o sucesso do Brasil na resposta à intersec\cão de desigualdades ser um modelo para o resto do mundo? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (23 Nov 2017). Website.

Kahle, Kathleen and Stulz, René M. (2017) The shrinking number of public corporations in the US. LSE Business Review (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Kahle, Kathleen and Stulz, René M. (2017) The shrinking number of public corporations in the US. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (21 Oct 2017). Website.

Kakar, Asmat (2017) Local government and Pakistan’s reluctant political elite. South Asia @ LSE (16 Mar 2017). Website.

Kalaf-Hughes, Nicole and Kear, Andrew (2017) Republicans will vote against fracking - if the issue is framed the right way. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Nov 2017). Website.

Kallestrup, Jesper (2017) Who knows? The Forum (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2017) Book review: the mediated construction of reality by Nick Couldry and Andreas Hepp. LSE Review of Books (20 Oct 2017). Website.

Kanavos, Panos ORCID: 0000-0001-9518-3089, Fontrier, Anna-Maria, Gill, Jennifer, Efthymiadou, Olina and Boekstein, Nicola (2017) The Impact of External Reference Pricing within and across Countries. . London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Kanavos, Panos, Fontrier, Anna-Maria, Gill, Jennifer, Kyriopoulos, Dionysis and Boekstein, Nicola (2017) The Implementation of External Reference Pricing within and across Country Borders. . London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Kanavos, Panos and Wouters, Olivier J. (2017) Health care after the Great Recession: financing options for sustainable and high-quality health systems. Global Policy, 8 (S2). pp. 5-6. ISSN 1758-5880

Kane, Kevin (2017) In Los Angeles, the geography of where people work has been experiencing rapid change. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Kannabiran, Kalpana and Bowers, Rebecca (2017) “I don’t see what is happening within universities as separate from what is happening in the political arena” – Kalpana Kannabiran. South Asia @ LSE (17 May 2017). Website.

Kantack, Benjamin (2017) In New York, minor-party candidates win elections all the time – because they’re also major-party candidates. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Jun 2017). Website.

Kao, M. Bob (2017) Book review: the myth of the litigious society: why we don’t sue by David M. Engel. LSE Review of Books (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Karvonen, Andrew (2017) Book Review: The Politics of Evidence: From Evidence-Based Policy to the Good Governance of Evidence by Justin Parkhurst. LSE Review of Books (12 Jul 2017). Blog Entry.

Kassimeris, George (2017) Boris Johnson has demonstrated a capacity for scheming that Machiavelli would have applauded. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Oct 2017). Website.

Kassimeris, George (2017) The London attack traumatised all of us living in the UK, but we must not allow it to poison and divide us. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Kassimeris, George (2017) What does Trump’s war on the media mean for the future of political journalism? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Kassimeris, George (2017) What monsters like General Mladić can teach us about human conflict. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Nov 2017). Website.

Kato, Daniel (2017) Political philosophy suggests that Trump will either double down on his behavior or eventually give in to institutional opposition. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Katsuva, Masika (2017) “They think when they’re raped their lives are shattered. But we’d like them to know that it’s not the end of the world.” – Masika Katsuva. Women, Peace and Security (06 May 2017). Website.

Kaufmann, Eric (2017) Interview with Eric Kaufmann: cultural values and the rise of right-wing populism in the West. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Kaufmann, Eric (2017) Interview with Eric Kaufmann: cultural values and the rise of right-wing populism in the West. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Feb 2017). Website.

Kaufmann, Eric (2017) Is tribalism racist? Antiracism norms and immigration. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jul 2017). Website.

Kaufmann, Eric (2017) Why Trump’s Wall is not racist, the Muslim ban is, and why the difference matters. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Kaufmann, Eric (2017) Why the fear of Islamization is driving populist right support – and what to do about it. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) (18 Mar 2017). Website.

Kaufmann, Eric (2017) Why the fear of Islamization is driving populist right support, and what to do about it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2017). Website.

Kaufmann, Eric and Klass, Brian (2017) The Ballpark podcast Episode 2.1: populism and the new political spectrum. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Kaye, Simon and Chin, Clayton (2017) Donald Trump’s use of post-truth double-think politics is a threat to liberal democratic norms. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Feb 2017). Website.

Ke, Qing, Ahn, Yong-Yeol and Sugimoto, Cassidy R. (2017) Scientific birds of a feather flock together: science communication on social media rarely happens across or beyond disciplinary boundaries. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Jul 2017). Website.

Ke, Qing, Ahn, Yong-Yeol and Sugimoto, Cassidy R. (2017) Scientific birds of a feather flock together: science communication on social media rarely happens across or beyond disciplinary boundaries. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Jul 2017). Website.

Kearns, Oliver (2017) Public “traces” of drone strikes are reshaping what it means to witness warfare. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Keating, Avril (2017) What young Britons really think about Brexit and their prospects outside the EU. LSE Brexit (02 Nov 2017). Website.

Keating, Michael (2017) The lesson from Catalonia: we need better principles on who has the right to self-determination and how. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Oct 2017). Website.

Keating, Vincent Charles and Thrandardottir, Erla (2017) Challenging the accountability agenda: what increases an NGO’s trustworthiness? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2017). Website.

Keeves, Gareth, Westphal, James and McDonald, Michael (2017) Office politics: When managers flatter the CEO, but undermine him with journalists. LSE Business Review (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Kendall, Chris (2017) Going it alone on trade is like bringing a chocolate spoon to a knife fight. LSE Brexit (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Kenealy, Daniel and MacLennan, Stuart (2017) Sturgeon’s case for Indyref2 is a shaky one. LSE Brexit (21 Mar 2017). Website.

Kennedy, Paul (2017) Dialogue of the deaf? How Catalonia and Spain can be brought back from the brink. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Oct 2017). Website.

Kenny, Michael (2017) After Brexit: the English question surfaces? British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Feb 2017). Website.

Kenway, Peter and Corry, Dan (2017) Post-Brexit Industrial Strategy: a curious complacency hovers over the General Election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 May 2017). Website.

Kenway, Peter, Corry, Dan and Barwick, Steve (2017) Not left behind? Five questions that need answering before the Copeland and Stoke by-elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Feb 2017). Website.

Kettell, Steven (2017) Britain’s Christian right: seeking solace in a narrative of discrimination. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Feb 2017). Blog Entry.

Kettell, Steven (2017) A secularist response to CORAB: recommendations at odds with the realities of twenty-first century life in Britain. Religion and the Public Sphere (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Kettler, Jaclyn J. (2017) How Democrats can build on their 2017 victories to win in 2018. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Nov 2017). Website.

Khan, Danish (2017) Beyond corruption: re-conceptualising the political economy of Pakistan. South Asia @ LSE (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Khan, Saad and Adeel, Muhammad (2017) The curious case of urban population in Pakistan. South Asia @ LSE (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Khanom, Ayesha and Islam, Shakhwatul (2017) Addressing the migrant skills gap in Bangladesh through mobile and e-learning solutions. South Asia @ LSE (04 Jul 2017). Website.

Khosla, Madhav and Spalding, Alexander (2017) “The great tragedy in India today is that there is little political will to do away with conservative laws” – Madhav Khosla. South Asia @ LSE (31 May 2017). Website.

Kickert, Conrad and vom Hofe, Rainer (2017) On both sides of the Atlantic, downtown shops need to stick together to survive. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Sep 2017). Website.

Kidambi, Prashant and Campion, Sonali (2017) “The theoretical possibility of equality on the cricket field was a radical idea in a colonised, hierarchical and deeply divided society” – Prashant Kidambi. South Asia @ LSE (27 Feb 2017). Website.

Kienzle, Benjamin and von Weitershausen, Inez (2017) Brexit has given an impetus to reshape Europe’s foreign, security and defence policies. LSE Brexit (02 May 2017). Website.

Killick, Anna (2017) Education or knowledge? We need to rethink how we measure people's understanding of politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Sep 2017). Website.

Killock, Jim (2017) The Law Commission’s dangerous proposals would turn whistleblowers and journalists into ‘spies’. Democratic Audit UK (10 Mar 2017). Website.

Kim, Sung Eun and Margalit, Yotam (2017) Unions don’t just channel the political preferences of their workers, they influence them as well. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Jan 2017). Website.

Kincaid, John (2017) The symbolic politics behind why sane people vote for (seemingly) insane things. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Feb 2017). Website.

King, Russell (2017) ‘What have I done to deserve this?’ The aftershocks of Brexit for London’s EU migrants. LSE Brexit (10 Apr 2017). Website.

King, William (2017) A brief history of chemical warfare: from Sparta to Syria. International History (25 Apr 2017). Website.

Kingman, David (2017) Generation Brexit: a chance for Millennials to have their say on Brexit. LSE Brexit (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Kingston, Thomas (2017) Book review: generation HK: seeking identity in China's shadow by Ben Bland. LSE Review of Books (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Kirchmaier, Thomas and de Gauna de Santiago, Nerea Ruiz (2017) Data on electricity demand shows a slowdown in manufacturing post-Brexit. LSE Business Review (17 Jan 2017). Website.

Kirilenko, Andrei, Kyle, Albert, Samadi, Mehrdad and Tuzun, Tugkan (2017) ‘Flash Crash’: The first market crash in the era of algorithms and automated trading. LSE Business Review (26 Jun 2017). Website.

Kirkland, Christopher (2017) Britain in crisis: how societal divisions exist in the formation and resolution of crises. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Kirkpatrick, L. Owen (2017) Donald Trump is poised to do great harm to US cities (but not for the reasons you might think). USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Klasnja, Marko (2017) Voters’ ignorance means that many corrupt politicians get to stay in office. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Apr 2017). Website.

Klein, Martin and Van de Sompel, Herbert (2017) Content referenced in scholarly articles is drifting, with negative effects on the integrity of the scholarly record. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Feb 2017). Website.

Klein, Menachem (2017) Book review: enemies and neighbours: Arabs and Jews in Palestine and Israel, 1917-2017 by Ian Black. LSE Review of Books (28 Nov 2017). Website.

Klinger, Jochen (2017) Brexit may herald a serious threat to Germany: its negotiating position will reflect that. LSE Brexit (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Knott, Judith (2017) Autumn 2017 Budget: a predictable one for business taxes. British Politics and Policy Blog (25 Nov 2017). Website.

Knott, Judith (2017) What might we expect for business taxes in the Autumn Budget? British Politics and Policy Blog (20 Nov 2017). Website.

Kochanova, Anna, Hasnain, Zahid and Larson, Bradley (2017) E-government can be good for business. LSE Business Review (04 Oct 2017). Website.

Koehn, Daryl (2017) How beneficial are benefit corporations? LSE Business Review (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Koh, Sin Yee (2017) Book review: capital without borders: wealth managers and the one percent by Brooke Harrington. LSE Review of Books (01 Mar 2017). Website.

Koh, Sin Yee (2017) Book review: platform capitalism by Nick Srnicek. LSE Review of Books (05 Jun 2017). Website.

Kohler, Wilhlem and Müller, Gernot (2017) Brexit, the four freedoms and the indivisibility dogma. LSE Brexit (27 Nov 2017). Website.

Kolpinskaya, Ekaterina and Fox, Stuart (2017) To Brussels via Rome: how Eurosceptical are British Christians? LSE Brexit (10 Oct 2017). Website.

Koning, Ashley (2017) Fatigued by Trump-era national politics, New Jerseyans have mostly tuned out of a crucial gubernatorial election. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Nov 2017). Website.

Kostanyan, Hrant and Barslund, Mikkel (2017) Will Trump matter for the EU’s policy priorities? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jan 2017). Website.

Kostovicova, Denisa ORCID: 0000-0002-6243-4379 (2017) For whom does justice work? The Mladić verdict and prospects for reconciliation in the Balkans. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Kostovicova, Denisa ORCID: 0000-0002-6243-4379 (2017) For whom does justice work? The Mladić verdict and prospects for reconciliation in the Balkans. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Kovac, Matthew (2017) Book review: gender and the Great War edited by Susan R. Grayzel and Tammy M. Proctor. LSE Review of Books (25 Sep 2017). Website.

Kranz, Maciej (2017) Industrial applications are the juicy part of the Internet of Things. LSE Business Review (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Krasniqi, Yllka (2017) The heart of volunteering is to create a positive impact on society. LSE Department of Government Blog (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Krauss, Alexander (2017) The limits of overly simplistic theory in textbook economics: the case of child labour. Africa at LSE (04 Jan 2017). Website.

Krawczyk, Michał (2017) Female scientists are considerably more likely to be mistakenly cited as if they were males than vice versa. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Apr 2017). Website.

Krishna, Ananye (2017) Aadhaar and the mid day meal scheme: a denial of basic rights. South Asia @ LSE (26 Jun 2017). Website.

Krishna, Ananye (2017) Violence against doctors: a subtle violation of human rights. LSE Human Rights Blog (19 Jun 2017). Website.

Kucirkova, Natalia (2017) Supporting and developing parents’ strategies for children’s use of digital media at home. Parenting for a Digital Future (23 Feb 2017). Website.

Kucirkova, Natalia and Flewitt, Rosie (2017) Call for regulation on securing children’s data in personalised reading. Parenting for a Digital Future (09 May 2017). Website.

Kucko, Magdalena (2017) The Status of Natural or Legal Persons According to the Annulment Procedure Post-Lisbon. LSE Law Review, 2. pp. 101-191. ISSN 2516-4058

Kuha, Jouni, Butt, Sarah, Katsikatsou, Myrsini and Skinner, Chris J. (2017) Probing of ``don't know'' responses in surveys. Methodsnews, 3 (2017). p. 6.

Kumar, Nagothu Naresh (2017) Book review: the new sectarianism: the Arab uprisings and the rebirth of the Shi’a-Sunni divide by Geneive Abdo. LSE Review of Books (01 Jun 2017). Website.

Kumar Jha, Mithilesh (2017) Book review: performing politics: media interviews, debates and press conferences by Geoffrey Craig. LSE Review of Books (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Kuner, Christopher (2017) The Internet and the global reach of EU law. LSE Business Review (18 Jul 2017). Website.

Kuner, Christopher (2017) The internet and the global reach of EU law. LSE Law, Society and Economy Working Papers (04/2017). London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Law, London, UK.

Kurian, Trishna (2017) What can you learn from an undergraduate research internship? LSE Department of Government Blog (24 May 2017). Website.

Kuronen, Tuomas (2017) Why do unethical leaders thrive, despite all talk to the contrary? LSE Business Review (11 Sep 2017). Website.

Kyriakidou, Maria, Olivas Osuna, José Javier and Hänska, Max ORCID: 0000-0001-9188-534X (2017) The indignados in the European press: beyond the protest paradigm? In: Wimmer, Jeffrey, Wallner, Cornelia, Winter, Rainer and Oelsner, Karoline, (eds.) (Mis)Understanding Political Participation: Digital Practices, New Forms of Participation and the Renewal of Democracy. Routledge studies in European communication research and education. Routledge, Abingdon, UK. ISBN 9781138658783

König, Pascal D. (2017) How the Eurosceptics brought down David Cameron: a serious case of supplier lock-in. Democratic Audit UK (16 May 2017). Website.

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LSE, Psychology (2017) PBS present at internal launch of new global health initiative research platform. Psychology at LSE (30 May 2017). Website.

LSE, Researching Sociology (2017) Self-care for students. Researching Sociology (08 Feb 2017). Website.

LSE, Team (2017) Calling all British Politics and Policy at LSE contributors – we need your help! British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Laborde, Cécile (2017) Is the liberal state secular? How much state-religion separation is necessary to secure liberal-democratic ideals. Religion and the Public Sphere (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Laboure, Marion and Braunstein, Jürgen (2017) The gaps of nations & the rise of far-right populism. Euro Crisis in the Press (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Lacatus, Corina (2017) Is Romania at risk of backsliding over corruption and the rule of law? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Nov 2017). Website.

Lackner, Helen (2017) Yemen’s rural population: Ignored in an already-forgotten war. Middle East Centre Blog (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Lahtinen, Hannu, Hiilamo, Heikki and Wass, Hanna (2017) If your parents didn’t vote, chances are you won’t either – unless you move up the social ladder. Democratic Audit UK (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Laker, Ben (2017) Four communication lessons we learn from Casey Affleck’s Oscar speech. LSE Business Review (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Laker, Ben and Ridley, Mark (2017) How salespeople can stimulate the global economy. LSE Business Review (25 Jan 2017). Website.

Lam, Chelsea (2017) Applying blockchain technology to online reviews. LSE Business Review Blog (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Lam, Chloe Lok Yi (2017) Curbing populism: remove barriers and make actual benefits visible. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (05 Jul 2017). Blog Entry.

Lam, Rico (2017) How leaders can enable employees to voice more and quit less. LSE Business Review (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Lambe, Lucy (2017) Academic Book Week 2017 at LSE Library. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Lambe, Lucy (2017) Feature: academic book week 2017 at LSE Library. LSE Review of Books (25 Jan 2017). Website.

Lamborn, Chase C. and Smith, Jordan W. (2017) Asking for a fee - even a small one - changes the way people use the outdoors, especially for those with low incomes. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Lampadarios, Evripidis, Kyriakidou, Niki and Smith, Gordon (2017) Developing a new framework for small business success. LSE Business Review (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Lamrani, Myriam (2017) Book review: a persistent revolution: history, nationalism and politics in Mexico since 1968 by Randal Sheppard. LSE Review of Books (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Lane, Joe (2017) Book review: the financial diaries: how American families cope in a world of uncertainty by Jonathan Morduch and Rachel Schneider. LSE Review of Books (19 May 2017). Website.

Langan, Steve (2017) Despite major cyberattacks, businesses have been slow to react. LSE Business Review (12 May 2017). Website.

Langevin, Mark (2017) The Temer government in Brazil lacks the legitimacy required to reform its way back to recovery. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (28 Jul 2017). Website.

Langevin, Mark S. (2017) Book review: aspirational power: Brazil on the long road to global influence by David R. Mares and Harold A. Trinkunas. LSE Review of Books (11 Jan 2017). Website.

Langevin, Mark S. (2017) Brazil's crisis of political legitimacy has opened the door to rant-and-rave populist Jair Bolsonaro. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (29 Nov 2017). Website.

Langevin, Mark S. (2017) Brazilian foreign policy in the Trump era: a chance as much as a challenge. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Laniray, Pierre, de Vaujany, François-Xavier and Vitaud, Laetitia (2017) Employees v. entrepreneurs: Have the two categories become irrelevant? LSE Business Review (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Lapuente, Victor (2017) What will happen to Catalans after 1 October? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Lardier Jr., David T., Herr, Kathryn G., Barrios, Veronica R., Garcia-Reid, Pauline and Reid, Robert J. (2017) The American Dream eludes many urban youth of color. And they think it's their own fault. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Sep 2017). Website.

Latner, Michael, McGann, Anthony, Smith, Charles Anthony and Keena, Alex (2017) The Supreme Court's quiet gerrymandering revolution and the road to minority rule. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Lau, Richard, Andersen, David, Ditonto, Tessa, Kleinberg, Mona and Redlawsk, David (2017) How negative ads from diverse right-wing media makes conservative voters dislike Democratic candidates even more. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Lawlor, Andrea and Crandall, Erin (2017) Canada and the UK can learn from one another in how to regulate money in politics. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Nov 2017). Website.

Lea, Ruth (2017) Post-Brexit trade can thrive under WTO rules. LSE Brexit (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Leahey, Erin (2017) Interdisciplinary research may lead to increased visibility but also depresses scholarly productivity. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Ledger, Robert (2017) Book review: John Major: an unsuccessful Prime Minister? Reappraising John Major edited by Kevin Hickson and Ben Williams. LSE Review of Books (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Ledger, Robert (2017) Book review: how to stop Brexit (and make Britain great again) - Nick Clegg. LSE Brexit (28 Nov 2017). Website.

Ledger, Robert (2017) Book review: how to stop Brexit (and make Britain great again) by Nick Clegg. LSE Review of Books (27 Nov 2017). Website.

Ledger, Robert (2017) Book review: the despot’s accomplice: how the West is aiding and abetting the decline of democracy by Brian Klaas. LSE Review of Books (28 Mar 2017). Website.

Lee, Emmanuel (2017) Policymaking must become more empathetic rather than continuing its current overreliance on economic measures. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Jul 2017). Website.

Lee, Lois (2017) What of nonreligion in the public sphere? Religion and the Public Sphere (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Lee, Michael (2017) Do economists change the financial system, or does thefinancial system change economists? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Lee, TN (2017) Traditional firms are opening up to blockchain and its decentralised apps. LSE Business Review (02 Oct 2017). Website.

Lee, Wonhyung (2017) In neighborhoods that struggle economically, supporting community cohesion is key to the formation of Business Improvement Districts. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Feb 2017). Website.

Lee, Wooyoung (2017) London’s segregated neighbourhoods by Wooyoung Lee. Researching Sociology (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Leeper, Thomas J. (2017) The world is right to be concerned by Donald Trump’s unwarranted praise of Russia. LSE Department of Government Blog (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Leeper, Thomas J., Oliver, Tim, Schmieding, Holger, Hayward, Katy and Dennison, James (2017) Disappointment all round: experts respond to the Florence speech. LSE Brexit (22 Sep 2017). Website.

Lees, David (2017) We haven’t heard the last of the Le Pens. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 May 2017). Website.

Lehman, Karsten (2017) On the complex relationship between the religious and the secular – proposing the notion of sedimentation. Religion and the Public Sphere (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Leonard, Meghan E. (2017) Despite Trump’s attempts to delegitimize them, the Courts are checking executive power exactly as they should. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Lequesne, Christian (2017) Macron demonstrates that liberalism is still alive and well in Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Apr 2017). Website.

Leskanich, Alexandre (2017) Book review: the great derangement: climate change and the unthinkable by Amitav Ghosh. LSE Review of Books (20 Jul 2017). Website.

Leslie, Patrick and Taflaga, Maria (2017) Marriage from hell: what can Australia’s coalition tell us about the Tory-DUP government? Democratic Audit UK (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Leston-Bandeira, Cristina (2017) What is the point of petitions in British politics? British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Lewallen, Jonathan (2017) Why Congressional Republicans may come to regret moving so quickly with their Obamacare repeal and replacement bill. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Lewanika, McDonald (2017) How Zimbabwe can embrace the future of work. Africa at LSE (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Lewin, Sian (2017) A latecomer to political protest. Researching Sociology (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Lewis, Jenny M. (2017) Barriers to research collaboration: are social scientists constrained by their desire for autonomy? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Lewis, Joanna (2017) Book review: ivory: power and poaching in Africa by KeithSomerville. Africa at LSE (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Lien, Hung-Ya (2017) The best bookshops in Fukuoka, Japan. LSE Review of Books (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Lima, Valesca (2017) Brexit threatens UK-Latin America cooperation in higher education, but both sides can help to ensure it continues. LSE Brexit (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Lindebaum, Dirk (2017) Emancipating ourselves from emotional repression at work. LSE Business Review (12 May 2017). Website.

Lingelbach, Jochen (2017) Book review- Nation on Board: Becoming Nigerian at Sea by Lynn Schler. Africa at LSE (14 Apr 2017). Website.

Lisi, Marco (2017) There is no alternative, or is there? The historic experiment of the left-wing government in Portugal. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Lisi, Marco (2017) The first post-crisis elections in Portugal? The implications of the socialist victory in the 2017 local elections. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Oct 2017). Website.

Little, Ben and Winch, Alison (2017) Why the idea of 'generation' needs to be articulated more carefully in politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Oct 2017). Website.

Liu, Helena (2017) The media play a role in deciding who is an authentic leader. LSE Business Review (12 Sep 2017). Website.

Liu, Laurin (2017) “Protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry” and other bogeymen: is Trump’s populism compatible with the rule of law? LSE Human Rights Blog (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Liu, Rebecca (2017) Book Review: The Financial Imaginary: Economic Mystification and the Limits of Realist Fiction by Alison Shonkwiler. LSE Review of Books (11 Jul 2017). Website.

Liu, Zhongzhi, Prajogo, Daniel and Oke, Adegoke (2017) Why do supply chain technologies sometimes fail to improve a firm’s performance? LSE Business Review (22 Jun 2017). Website.

Livermore, Michael A. and Rockmore, Daniel (2017) Changes to the appointment process could fix the Supreme Court. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (10 May 2017). Website.

Livingstone, Sonia ORCID: 0000-0002-3248-9862, Ólafsson, Kjartan and Maier, George (2017) A complex web of factors influence children's commercial media literacy. LSE Business Review (22 Jul 2017). Website.

Loader, Reina-Marie (2017) Book review: the environmental documentary: cinema activism in the 21st century by John A. Duval. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Nov 2017). Website.

Loffman, Reuben (2017) In the shadow of the 'Great Helmsman': Mobutu Sese Seko's life and legacy in the DR Congo. Africa at LSE (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Lokonon, Boris Odilon Kounagbè (2017) Farmers' vulnerability to climate shocks in Benin. Africa at LSE (26 Jul 2017). Website.

Lombard, Daniel (2017) Direct payments in residential care. LSE Health and Social Care (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Lombardi, Michele, Miyagishima, Kaname and Veneziani, Roberto (2017) The contradiction of classical liberalism and libertarianism. LSE Business Review (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Longden, Vanessa (2017) Book review: the militant muse: love, war and the women of surrealism by Whitney Chadwick. LSE Review of Books (24 Nov 2017). Website.

Longlands, Sarah (2017) Taking back control post-Brexit isn't about redesigning the democratic system. LSE Brexit (19 Jul 2017). Website.

Longlands, Sarah (2017) Taking back control – one year on. But control of what? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jun 2017). Website.

Lorimer, Marta (2017) The Amazing Race: tracking the twists and turns in France’s presidential election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Mar 2017). Website.

Lorimer, Marta (2017) En Marche? Who is Emmanuel Macron and why he stands a chance to win the French presidency. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Lorimer, Marta (2017) The French legislative election: outlook for the first round on 11 June. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Jun 2017). Website.

Lorimer, Marta (2017) I'm not British - why should I care about Brexit? LSE Brexit (04 Sep 2017). Website.

Lorimer, Marta (2017) Macron has won the presidency – now he must turn his attention to the ‘third round’ in June. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 May 2017). Website.

Lorimer, Marta (2017) Where does Florian Philippot's resignation leave the Front National? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Louwerse, Tom (2017) The 2017 Netherlands election: polls suggest mid-sized parties are now the new norm in Dutch politics. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Loveday, Barry (2017) The worrying state of policing in England and Wales after seven years of austerity. British Politics and Policy Blog (27 Nov 2017). Website.

Low, Adrian (2017) In some respects the Brexit referendum was a violation of human rights. LSE Brexit (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Low, Adrian (2017) In some respects the Brexit referendum was a violation of human rights. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Feb 2017). Website.

Lowery, Patrick (2017) How negative stereotypes about poor black youth may be leading to stiffer juvenile court sanctions. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Mar 2017). Website.

Ludlow, N. Piers (2017) Hopes of a softer Brexit are probably in vain – though I’d love to be proved wrong. LSE Brexit (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Ludlow, Piers (2017) 'Swallow the lot, and swallow it now': Britain is, and was, deluded about its negotiating power with the EU. LSE Brexit (09 Nov 2017). Website.

Lundin, Emma (2017) Book review: a woman's work by Harriet Harman. LSE Review of Books (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Lup, Daniela (2017) Job satisfaction differs between men and women after they're promoted to managers. LSE Business Review (04 Oct 2017). Website.

Lupton, Deborah (2017) “Remember a condition of academic writing is that we expose ourselves to critique” – 15 steps to revising journal articles. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Lyamlahy, Khalid (2017) Moroccan Francophone literature in translation: Abdellatif Laâbi’s in praise of defeat & Abdelkebir Khatibi’s tattooed memory. Africa at LSE (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Lymperopoulou, Kitty and Finney, Nissa (2017) Who, where and what should be the focus of addressing deprivation and ethnic inequality to promote integration? Religion and the Public Sphere (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Lynch, Michael S. and Bright, Chelsie L.M. (2017) How advertising campaigns can help to mitigate the negative effects of voter ID laws on turnout. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Apr 2017). Website.

López Solé, Marta (2017) Book review: on extremism and democracy in Europe by Cas Mudde. LSE Review of Books (16 Jun 2017). Website.

López de San Román, Alea and Schunz, Simon (2017) Understanding European Union science diplomacy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Sep 2017). Website.

López de San Román, Alea and Schunz, Simon (2017) Understanding European Union science diplomacy. LSE Brexit (19 Oct 2017). Website.

Lützow-Holm Myrstad, Finn (2017) When your eyes betray you: is virtual reality too close for comfort? Media Policy Blog (13 Jun 2017). Website.

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Macchiarelli, Corrado, Monti, Mara and Vedolin, Andrea (2017) Assessing the impact of the ECB's Corporate Sector Purchase Programme on SMEs. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Sep 2017). Website.

Macdonald, Anna (2017) The politics of return: an agenda for research #LSEreturn. Africa at LSE (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Machin, Richard (2017) Four reasons why welfare reform is a delusion. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Jul 2017). Website.

Machin, Richard (2017) Four reasons why welfare reform is a delusion. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Jul 2017). Website.

Machin, Stephen and Costa, Rui (2017) What’s happening with real wages and living standards in the UK? LSE Business Review (01 Jun 2017). Website.

Macquarie, Rob (2017) Populism, nationalism, and the elite: A weekend at Cumberland Lodge. LSE Department of Government Blog (15 May 2017). Website.

Madge, Nicola and Hemming, Peter J. (2017) Non-religious young people in Britain possess a range of different identities. Religion and the Public Sphere (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Mahtani, Anna (2017) Philosophy of language for decision theory part 1: credences and preferences. LSE Philosophy Blog (13 Mar 2017). Website.

Maier, George (2017) Book review: the contradictions of capital in the twenty-first century: the Piketty opportunity edited by Pat Hudson and Keith Tribe. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Oct 2017). Website.

Makar, Johannes (2017) Book review: surrealism in Egypt: modernism and the art and liberty group by Sam Bardaouil. LSE Review of Books (12 May 2017). Website.

Makouezi, Elsa (2017) Benefits for all? How the UK can shape trade relations to promote African development and economic transformation. Africa at LSE (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Malby, Steven (2017) COP23: introducing a new toolkit to help support the Paris Agreement. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Nov 2017). Website.

Mallett, Tory (2017) Seattle's public funding for candidates experiment may be both good and bad for democracy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Maloney, William and Caicedo, Felipe Valencia (2017) The population centres that Columbus found in 1492 persist as major cities in the Americas. LSE Business Review (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Manby, Bronwen (2017) Book review: Nigeria: a new history of a turbulent centuryby Richard Bourne. Africa at LSE (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Mangen, Claudine (2017) Economic shocks affect how a CEO is evaluated. LSE Business Review (21 Jun 2017). Website.

Manger, Mark S. (2017) Following May’s speech, we now have a clear picture of what an EU-UK free trade agreement could look like. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Manger, Mark S. and Vayalinkal, Atom (2017) The EU isn't protectionist - it's one of the most open economies in the world. LSE Brexit (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Manley, Julian (2017) Local democracy with attitude: the Preston model and how it can reduce inequality. British Politics and Policy Blog (23 Nov 2017). Website.

Mansbridge, Jane and Taylor, Ros (2017) Lend us your ears: fixing the crisis of legitimacy in politics. Democratic Audit UK (05 Jun 2017). Website.

Manubarwala, Aditya (2017) Revisiting India’s obligations against custodial torture. LSE Human Rights Blog (19 May 2017). Website.

Manwaring, Rob and Kennedy, Paul (2017) Why the left loses: explaining the decline of centre-left parties. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Nov 2017). Website.

Maragno, Marco (2017) “Modernity” is outdated. Bring on the new modern! International Development (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Marangozov, Rachel (2017) The Conservatives’ 100k net migration target is an act of self-harm. LSE Brexit (19 May 2017). Website.

March, Luke (2017) Contrary to popular opinion, there is no populist upsurge in Britain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Marchi, Ludovica (2017) How the EU's partnership with Myanmar is furthering its goals in Southeast Asia. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Marchi, Ludovica (2017) How the EU’s partnership with Myanmar is furthering its goals in Southeast Asia. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Marcus, Scott and Clarke, Robert G. (2017) Can mobile roaming be saved after Brexit? LSE Brexit (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Marelli, Enrico and Signorelli, Marcello (2017) Deepening the economic and monetary union: what the commission missed in its reflection paper. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jun 2017). Website.

Margulies, Ben (2017) Book review: the global rise of populism: performance, political style and representation by Benjamin Moffitt. LSE Review of Books (20 Nov 2017). Website.

Margulies, Ben (2017) Donald Trump's speech to the Boy Scouts Jamboree: why he says the same things to very different audiences. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Jul 2017). Website.

Margulies, Ben (2017) Soft Brexit, soft landing? Interpreting Labour’s Brexit strategy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Margulies, Ben (2017) The Trump administration is likely not made up of Holocaust deniers. But they do need the support of those who are. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Margulies, Ben (2017) A few reasons why Le Pen could win the French presidential election, and a few more why she’ll still fall short. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Mar 2017). Website.

Mark, Simpson (2017) More devolution rather than independence: time for the SNP to rediscover the 'middle way'. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Marshall, Leigh (2017) The British Social Attitudes survey: how public opinion drives policy in the UK. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Marshall, Nadine and Cvitanovic, Chris (2017) Ten top tips for social scientists seeking to influence policy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Marta, Santoboni, von Schorlemer, Celestine, Abu Yassien, Dalia and Schlingheider, Annika (2017) Reflections on LSE Refugee’s Week’s Panel Discussion: The UK’s Response. International Development (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Martill, Benjamin (2017) What makes Britain 'Great'? The end of the postwar consensus of liberal internationalism. LSE Brexit (15 Nov 2017). Website.

Martin, Brian (2017) Fostering greater awareness of how universities operate can serve them well when their integrity comes under attack. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Mason, Susan (2017) Science is simply one element out of many in public policy decision making. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Massa, Felipe G., Helms, Wesley, Voronov, Maxim and Wang, Liang (2017) How to turn a brand's friends (and detractors) into evangelists: The case of Canadian wine. LSE Business Review (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Massa, Felipe G., Helms, Wesley, Voronov, Maxim and Wang, Liang (2017) How to turn a brand’s friends (and detractors) into evangelists: The case of Canadian wine. LSE Business Review (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Masthay, Theodore J. and Overby, L. Marvin (2017) Republicans prefer to serve in the Senate over the House: for them, it represents the ultimate realistic office. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Matczak, Anna (2017) Judicial reforms in Poland - getting the public on board. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Jul 2017). Website.

Mates, Jet (2017) Integration, integration, integration. Researching Sociology (02 Jan 2017). Website.

Matthews, Felicity (2017) A drift away from majoritarianism: constitutional reform and the Coalition Government of 2010-2015. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Matthews, Jodie (2017) Book review: humankind: solidarity with nonhuman people by Timothy Morton. LSE Review of Books (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Matthews, Kent (2017) How can Brexit be an economic success when the economics establishment is united in predicting a disaster? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Sep 2017). Website.

Matthews, Peter (2017) Book review: gentrifier by John Joe Schlichtman, Jason Patch and Marc Lamont Hill. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Sep 2017). Website.

Matthews, Peter and Poyner, Chris (2017) Your tenants are gay, get over it!: how housing services discriminate against LGBT+ users. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2017). Website.

May, Christopher (2017) Book review: following Searle on Twitter: how words create digital institutions by Adam Hodgkin. LSE Review of Books (11 Sep 2017). Website.

May, Christopher (2017) Book review: how economics professors can stop failing us: the discipline at a crossroads by Steven Payson. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Nov 2017). Website.

May, Christopher (2017) Book review: the limits of the market: the pendulum between government and market by Paul de Grauwe. LSE Review of Books (21 Mar 2017). Website.

Mayer, Michael, Hautz, Julia, Stadler, Christain and Whittington, Richard (2017) Was British business destined to leave the EU? LSE Brexit (02 Nov 2017). Website.

Mayer, Michael, Hautz, Julia, Stadler, Christain and Whittington, Richard (2017) A close look at British business: Was it destined to leave the EU? LSE Business Review Blog (01 Nov 2017). Website.

Mayer, Micheael, Hautz, Julia, Stadler, Christain and Whittington, Richard (2017) While corporate UK was for Remain, their business strategies tell a different story. British Politics and Policy Blog (04 Nov 2017). Website.

Mazanderani, Fawzia Haeri (2017) Book review: academic conferences as neoliberal commodities by Donald J. Nicolson. LSE Review of Books (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Mazanderani, Fawzia Haeri (2017) Book review: air & light & time & space: how successful academics write by Helen Sword. LSE Review of Books (16 Jun 2017). Website.

Mazanderani, Fawzia Haeri (2017) Book review: crumpled paper boat: experiments in ethnographic writing edited by Anand Pandian and Stuart McLean. LSE Review of Books (27 Sep 2017). Website.

McAndrew, Siobhan (2017) Religion and party liking: how members of different faith communities feel about different political parties. Religion and the Public Sphere (18 May 2017). Website.

McArthur, Jenny (2017) Book review: the new urban crisis: gentrification, housing bubbles, growing inequality and what we can do about it by Richard Florida. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Oct 2017). Website.

McConalogue, Jim (2017) Book Review: The Cabinet Office: 1916-2016. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2017). Website.

McConalogue, Jim (2017) Book review: the Cabinet Office: 1916-2016 by Anthony Seldon with Jonathan Meakin. LSE Review of Books (09 Mar 2017). Website.

McCulloch, Sharon (2017) The importance of being REF-able: academic writing under pressure from a culture of counting. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Feb 2017). Website.

McDonald, Paula (2017) Why have the gender divisions of work and care been so slow to change? LSE Business Review (16 Jun 2017). Website.

McElroy, Ruth (2017) The future of media in Wales: policy challenges. Media Policy Blog (27 Apr 2017). Website.

McFeeters, Ashleigh (2017) Book review: ex-combatants, gender and peace in Northern Ireland: women, political protest and the prison experience by Azrini Wahidin. LSE Review of Books (07 Feb 2017). Website.

McGann, Anthony J., Smith, Charles Anthony, Latner, Michael and Keena, Alex (2017) Gerrymandering the Presidency: Why Trump could lose the popular vote in 2020 by 6 percent and still win a second term. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Feb 2017). Website.

McGaughey, Ewan (2017) Donald Trump is fascism-lite. We have the US Supreme Court to thank for it. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (21 Feb 2017). Website.

McGaughey, Ewan (2017) Ending shareholder monopoly: why workers’ votes promote good corporate governance. British Politics and Policy Blog (30 Nov 2017). Website.

McGuire, David, Cunningham, James and Garavan, Thomas (2017) Positive and inclusive language and imagery can help candidates win over voters in times of crisis. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Jan 2017). Website.

McGuire, David, MacKenzie, Abbi and Kissack, Heather (2017) The use of gendered language in speeches made by Trump and Clinton adhered to stereotypes of the roles of male and female leaders. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 May 2017). Website.

McKenzie, Lisa (2017) Book review: know your place: essays on the working class by the working class edited by Nathan Connolly. LSE Review of Books (30 Nov 2017). Website.

McKenzie, Lisa (2017) ‘Stuck in their ways’: how we blame the poor for their failure to embrace globalisation. Democratic Audit UK (15 Jun 2017). Website.

McKenzie, Lisa (2017) Walking in Whitechapel: a series of blogs from Lisa Mckenzie’s class, culture and politics class. Researching Sociology (03 Mar 2017). Blog Entry.

McKnight, Abigail and Reeves, Richard (2017) Glass floors and slow growth: a recipe for deepening inequality and hampering social mobility. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jul 2017). Website.

McLean, Dylan (2017) Shooting for freedom: what guns teach us about US political culture. Democratic Audit UK (04 Jan 2017). Website.

McLean, Neil and Price, Linda (2017) Identity formation among novice academic teachers: a longitudinal study. Studies in Higher Education. pp. 1-14. ISSN 0307-5079

McNeill, Jenny (2017) Gamers or victims: how can you ‘play the game’ on benefits if you don’t know the rules? British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2017). Website.

McNeill, Jenny (2017) Gamers or victims: how can you ‘play the game’ on benefits ifyou don’t know the rules? British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2017). Website.

McQuaid, Ronald (2017) Youth unemployment produces multiple scarring effects. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Feb 2017). Website.

McQuarrie, Michael (2017) Michael McQuarrie on writing for blogs: "the most utility comes from allowing me to think through a problem that is bugging me and then publish something about the result". USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Nov 2017). Website.

McSherry, Madeline (2017) Book review: a little history of economics by Niall Kishtainy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Sep 2017). Website.

McStay, Andrew (2017) Tech firms want to detect your emotions and expressions, but people don't like it. LSE Business Review (15 Jul 2017). Website.

McWilliams, Douglas (2017) Economic consequences of limiting migration are shocking. LSE Brexit (30 May 2017). Website.

Mcdonnell, Hugh (2017) The ‘grey zone’ of Vichy France: understanding Marine Le Pen’s latest comments on the Second World War. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Meadows, Anna (2017) Getting over the hill – encouraging middle-aged Singaporean women to exercise. LSE Behavioural Science (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Medford, Wayne (2017) Solidarity that cuts across racial and gender lines: reflections upon the Grunwick strike. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Mar 2017). Website.

Meeks, Geoff (2017) Engineering financial distress: transplanting banking techniques to the NHS? British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Meeks, Geoff (2017) Engineering financial distress: transplanting bankingtechniques to the NHS? British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Meeks, Geoff (2017) Understanding pension obligation figures (though your boss might not want you to). British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Mehrabyan, Lusine (2017) Piecing together a paradigm and the “power of free”. LSE Institute of Public Affairs Blog (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Mema, Buhendwa (2017) Contesting 'Le Glissement': analysis of election gridlocks and constitutional coup in DRC. Africa at LSE (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Mema, Buhendwa (2017) Contesting ‘Le Glissement’: Analysis of Election Gridlocks and Constitutional Coup in DRC. Africa at LSE Blog (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Mendes, Mariana S. (2017) The Catalan crisis owes much to the actions of self-interested politicians on both sides. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Oct 2017). Website.

Mendes, Mariana S. (2017) Making sense of the uncertainty following Catalonia's declaration of independence. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Nov 2017). Website.

Menger, Andrew and Stein, Robert M. (2017) Officials can nudge public behavior by showing that they are responding to people's demands. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Nov 2017). Website.

Mew, Heather (2017) Book review: student lives in crisis: deepening inequality in times of austerity by Lorenza Antonucci. LSE Review of Books (23 Jan 2017). Blog Entry.

Mhoumadi, Taman (2017) Building a bridge between the European bubble and citizens via social leaders. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 May 2017). Website.

Middelburg, Annemarie (2017) Book review: Making the Mark; Gender, Identity, and Genital Cutting by Miroslava Prazak. Africa at LSE (03 Feb 2017). Website.

Middelburg, Annemarie (2017) Book review: making the mark; gender, identity, and genitalcutting by Miroslava Prazak. Africa at LSE (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Middle East Centre Blog, (2017) ‘Multitudes’ Exhibition – Celebrating contemporary female artists from the MENA region. Middle East Centre Blog (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Middlemiss, Lucie (2017) How the Labour vote reflects a values-based realignment of the British electorate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Sep 2017). Website.

Middlemiss, Lucie (2017) Who will be cold this winter? Addressing the complex problem of fuel poverty in England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (Sep 2017). Website.

Miler, Kristina (2017) Committee membership makes Representatives better lawmakers, benefitting Congress as a whole. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Nov 2017). Website.

Miles, Matthew R. (2017) Appeals to voters’ moral foundations can be an effective rhetorical strategy for presidents. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Miller, Jared (2017) Reducing the effects of insomnia on the workplace. LSE Business Review (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Miller, Noah (2017) The tyranny of numbers on social media during Kenya's 2017 elections. Africa at LSE (04 Sep 2017). Website.

Mills, Eleanor (2017) British society sees itself through a predominantly old, white male gaze. LSE Business Review (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Mills, Eleanor (2017) Eleanor Mills: Women are still portrayed through the lens of an old, male, pale, stale establishment. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Milne, Claire (2017) How safe should digital products be, and who should ensure this? Media Policy Blog (01 Jun 2017). Website.

Milner, Susan (2017) Emmanuel Macron and the building of a new liberal-centrist movement. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Milner, Susan (2017) Emmanuel Macron may win the presidential election, but turbulent waters lie ahead. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Apr 2017). Website.

Milner, Susan (2017) Universal basic income and a tax on robots – the rise of French socialist candidate Benoît Hamon. Democratic Audit UK (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Minas, Stephen (2017) Book review: before Babylon, beyond Bitcoin: from money that we understand to money that understands us by David Birch. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Oct 2017). Website.

Minde, Nicodemus (2017) Book review: Julius Nyerere by Paul Bjerk. Africa at LSE (20 Oct 2017). Website.

Minogue, Noonie (2017) Kenneth Robert Minogue: Published works 1957-2013. The London School of Economics and Political Science. (Submitted)

Miranda, Shaila, Young, Amber and Yetgin, Emre (2017) Is the digital media a panacea for the ills of mass media concentration? LSE Business Review (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Mirza, Cameron and Al-Ubaydil, Omar (2017) Making the best use of consultants in the GCC. Middle East Centre Blog (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Misgar, Umar Lateef (2017) Trampling human rights in Kashmir. LSE Human Rights Blog (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Mishra, Devershi and Khare, Komal (2017) Responsibility of the first world nations to protect refugees: non-refoulement as an obligation erga omnes. LSE Human Rights Blog (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Mitchell, James (2017) Audit 2017: how democratic is local government in Scotland? Democratic Audit UK (24 May 2017). Website.

Moiseienko, Anton (2017) Book review: dictators without borders: power and money in Central Asia by Alexander Cooley and John Heathershaw. LSE Review of Books (27 Mar 2017). Website.

Moiseienko, Anton (2017) Book review: tomorrow's lawyers: an introduction to your future (2nd ed.) by Richard Susskind. LSE Review of Books (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Mollerup, Jacob (2017) Why did quality media lose trust? POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Mollett, Amy, Brumley, Cheryl, Gilson, Chris and Williams, Sierra (2017) Four questions you should ask yourself before undertaking a multimedia research project. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Mollett, Amy, Brumley, Cheryl, Gilson, Christopher and Williams, Sierra (2017) By producing podcasts you can reach wider audiences, occupy your niche and create new items of research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (16 May 2017). Website.

Mollett, Amy, Brumley, Cheryl, Gilson, Christopher and Williams, Sierra (2017) Four questions you should ask yourself before undertaking a multimedia research project. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Mollett, Amy, Brumley, Cheryl, Gilson, Christopher and Williams, Sierra (2017) Science communication and social media: from iconic NASA moon landings to Instagramming astronauts. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (03 May 2017). Website.

Mollett, Amy, Brumley, Cheryl, Gilson, Christopher and Williams, Sierra (2017) So you’ve decided to blog? These are the things you should write about. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 May 2017). Website.

Mollett, Amy, Brumley, Cheryl, Gilson, Christopher and Williams, Sierra (2017) “Words divide, pictures unite” – great historic examples of the use of data visualisation for research communication. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Jun 2017). Website.

Molloy, Andrew (2017) Book review: general intellects: twenty-one thinkers for the twenty-first century by McKenzie Wark. LSE Review of Books (21 Sep 2017). Website.

Molyneux, Philip (2017) Why UK banks are like public utilities - and should be regulated as such. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Mondshein, Rory P. (2017) It is time. LSE Human Rights Blog (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Monheim, Kai (2017) Lessons from Paris 2015: in multilateral negotiations, process is key. LSE Business Review (26 Jul 2017). Website.

Monnery, Neil (2017) Hong Kong’s postwar transformation shows how fewer data can sometimes boost growth. LSE Business Review (30 Jun 2017). Website.

Monogan, Jamie and Gilson, Christopher (2017) The Ballpark podcast Episode 2.2: do state governments even matter? USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 May 2017). Website.

Monogan III, James E., Konisky, David M. and Woods, Neal D. (2017) How states make their own air pollution somebody else’s problem. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Jan 2017). Website.

Monoghan, Jamie (2017) Why the upcoming election in Georgia’s Sixth District will not be a referendum on Trump. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Mar 2017). Website.

Montacute, Rebecca (2017) Over half of MPs went to comprehensives: but a career in politics is still far from accessible. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jul 2017). Website.

Montaigne, Maxine (2017) Book review: the econocracy: the perils of leaving economics to the experts by Joe Earle, Cahal Moran and Zach Ward-Perkins. LSE Review of Books (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Montaigne, Maxine (2017) The Econocracy: The Perils of Leaving Economics to the Experts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Mar 2017). Website.

Moore, Luke (2017) What motivated Conservative MPs to back or oppose Brexit? British Politics and Policy Blog (09 Nov 2017). Website.

Moore, Luke (2017) What motivated Conservative MPs to back or oppose Brexit? LSE Brexit (14 Nov 2017). Website.

Moore, Martin (2017) The Risks of Abandoning Leveson. Media Policy Blog (06 Jan 2017). Website.

Moore, Matin and Ramsay, Gordon (2017) Acrimonious and divisive: the role the media played in Brexit. LSE Brexit (16 May 2017). Website.

Morar, Pia (2017) How do western democracies cope with the challenge of diversity? LSE Department of Government Blog (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Mordechay, Kfir (2017) The demographics of America's schools are changing, and policymakers need to be up to the challenge. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Nov 2017). Website.

Moreh, Chris (2017) Book review: asylum after empire: colonial legacies in the politics of asylum seeking by Lucy Mayblin. LSE Review of Books (18 Oct 2017). Website.

Moreh, Chris (2017) Book review: reconstructing Karl Polanyi: excavation and critique by Gareth Dale. LSE Review of Books (13 Mar 2017). Website.

Moreh, Chris (2017) Book review: why the UK voted for Brexit: David Cameron’s great miscalculation by Andrew Glencross. LSE Review of Books (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Moreno, Luis (2017) Catalonia: the end of the independence road? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Moreno, Luis (2017) What Catalonia's suspended declaration of independence means for Catalonia and Spain. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Oct 2017). Website.

Morgan, Candice (2017) Modern slave or illegal worker? The haze around modern slavery and its implications. British Politics and Policy Blog (17 Nov 2017). Website.

Moriarty, Philip (2017) Rules of engagement: seven lessons from communicating above and below the line. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 May 2017). Website.

Morillas, Pol (2017) The EU should abandon ‘ever closer union’ in favour of ‘flexible differentiation’ after Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Morillas, Pol (2017) Juncker's State of the Union: where now for multispeed Europe? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Sep 2017). Website.

Morisi, Davide (2017) Risk-takers and referendums: what happens when voters are better-informed? Democratic Audit UK (24 Feb 2017). Website.

Morphet, Janice (2017) Beyond Brexit: how the OECD could replace the EU as a driver of UK public policy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Jun 2017). Website.

Morphet, Janice (2017) Northern Ireland illustrates the threat Brexit poses for the UK’s political stability. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Morphet, Janice (2017) Now Article 50 has been triggered, will the United Kingdom survive? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Morris, Emily (2017) The Cuban economy is less vulnerable to a reversal of US rapprochement than many realise. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Morrison, Chris and Secker, Jane (2017) The publishing trap! A game of scholarly communication. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Oct 2017). Website.

Morrison, James (2017) The May-Trump special relationship may be defined by how Donald Trump views women. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Morrow, Duncan (2017) Brexit has blown open the unreconciled divisions in Northern Ireland. LSE Brexit (24 Nov 2017). Website.

Morse, Sir Amys (2017) When ‘more for less’ becomes ‘less for less’: the implications of central decision-making for the delivery of frontline services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Morsy, Leila and Rothstein, Richard (2017) High rates of parental incarceration among African-Americans means that criminal justice reform is now education reform. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Feb 2017). Website.

Mortimer, Josiah (2017) We need to make it easier for people to vote, not harder – and registering is still a big problem. Democratic Audit UK (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Morvan, Hervé (2017) The Bombardier-Boeing dispute goes to the heart of the debate over what constitutes state aid and price dumping. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Oct 2017). Website.

Mottram, Sir Richard (2017) There may be trouble ahead: the Civil Service in a post-truth world. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Moullin, Sophie (2017) ‘They can move’ – or can they? Freedom of movement, Brexit and working-class stasis. LSE Brexit (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Moury, Catherine and Standring, Adam (2017) How Portugal’s leaders exploited the bail out to pass measures they already supported. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 May 2017). Website.

Mueller, Sean (2017) Tinker, tailor, soldier... Foreign Minister? The runners and riders for Switzerland's new federal councillor. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Mugnai, Iacopo (2017) Matteo Renzi’s disastrous leadership risks splitting Italy’s Democratic Party. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Feb 2017). Website.

Muhandiram, Niroshika Liyana and Gupta, Mohit (2017) Exploring regional solutions to fishermen disputes in South Asia. South Asia @ LSE (18 Jul 2017). Website.

Mulgan, Tim (2017) What if God is just not that into you? The Forum (15 May 2017). Website.

Mullen, Antony (2017) Book review: the Tories and television, 1951–1964: broadcasting an elite by Anthony Ridge-Newman. LSE Review of Books (11 May 2017). Website.

Mullin, Annabel (2017) Outsourcing democracy to an algorithm: the tyranny of the tactical voting site. Democratic Audit UK (27 Jun 2017). Website.

Mullinix, Kevin J. (2017) Political parties shape public opinion, but their influence is limited. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Apr 2017). Website.

Mulvey, Antonia (2017) Female Genital Mutilation should be prosecuted as a crime against humanity. Women, Peace and Security (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Mulvey, Antonia (2017) Female Genital Mutilation should be recognised as a form of torture. Women, Peace and Security (27 Mar 2017). Website.

Mumford, Andrew (2017) Donald Trump’s presidency may lead to a reassessment of the “American Empire”. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Munro, Gayle (2017) Book review: refuge: transforming a broken refugee system by Alexander Betts and Paul Collier. LSE Review of Books (22 May 2017). Website.

Murkens, Jo (2017) Miller in the Supreme Court: a welcome reminder of the function of a constitution and the rule of law. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2017) The Supreme Court ruling explained: The government requires primary legislation before it can change the constitution. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Muro, Mark and Liu, Sifan (2017) The digitalisation of everything: How the US economy is going digital at hyper speed. LSE Business Review Blog (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Muro, Mark and Liu, Sifan (2017) The digitalisation of everything: how the US economy is going digital at hyper speed. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Nov 2017). Website.

Murray-Evans, Peg (2017) How Brexit could harm African economies that trade with the UK and disrupt regional integration. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jul 2017). Website.

Musick, Kelly, Meier, Ann and Flood, Sarah (2017) US parents enjoy time with children—but moms feel more strain. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Feb 2017). Website.

Muthukrishna, Michael (2017) In Latin America as in the wider world, corruption is rooted in our relationships. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Myant, Martin (2017) Upwards convergence: why wage growth should be a priority for central and eastern Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Myers, Robert (2017) Dissolving the line between client and staff spaces. LSE Business Review (31 May 2017). Website.

Myrskylä, Mikko, Barclay, Kieron and Goisis, Alice (2017) Advantages of later motherhood. Der Gynäkologe, 50 (10). pp. 767-772. ISSN 0017-5994

Mühlböck, Monika and Tosun, Jale (2017) How EU member states have tried (and failed) to reach agreement on GMOs - and what it could mean for EU decision-making. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Nov 2017). Website.

Mülhausen, Michelle, Tuck, Emma and Zimmerman, Heather (2017) Health care under fire, says who? International Development (09 Feb 2017). Website.

Müller, Jörg (2017) Engaging with sensor-based methods for social sciences research is necessary, overdue and potentially rewarding. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Apr 2017). Website.

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Naish, Stephen (2017) Book review: 1996 and the end of history by David Stubbs. LSE Review of Books (10 Feb 2017). Website.

Najy, Cenni and Phinnemore, David (2017) Should the UK seek association with or membership of EFTA? LSE Brexit (12 Jul 2017). Website.

Najy, Cenni and Phinnemore, David (2017) Should the UK seek association with or membership of EFTA? LSE Brexit (12 Jul 2017). Website.

Nall, Clayton, Schneer, Benjamin and Carpenter, Daniel (2017) Canvassers tend to seek out supporters who are like themselves, and that's not good for political participation. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Nov 2017). Website.

Nandagiri, Rishita (2017) Why feminism: some notes from ‘the field’ on doing feminist research. Engenderings (12 Oct 2017). Website.

Nangiro, Saum (2017) The Karamojong women and extreme insecurity. Africa at LSE (24 Jul 2017). Website.

Narasimhan, Mridulya and Arun, Advitha (2017) Shifting gears: randomised control trials and the future of development evaluation. South Asia @ LSE (11 Jul 2017). Website.

Narkowicz, Kasia (2017) A third way? Why Poland needs an alternative to right-wing populism and western liberalism. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Nasta, Susheila and Campion, Sonali (2017) “Before independence there was a synergy between India and Britain that came from a shared language which persists today” – Susheila Nasta. South Asia @ LSE (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Natarajan, Kalathmika (2017) Book review: citizenship in question: evidentiary birthright and statelessness edited by Benjamin N Lawrance and Jacqueline Stevens. LSE Review of Books (27 Jul 2017). Website.

Nathan, Max (2017) The fast growth of co-working spaces in London. LSE Business Review (11 Oct 2017). Website.

Natt, Avtar (2017) The methodology used for the Times Higher Education World University Rankings' citations metric can distort benchmarking. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Nazir-Ali, Michael and Campion, Sonali (2017) “What we need to acknowledge from people like Iqbal is that you can have debate within a context of familiarity and friendship” – Bishop Nazir-Ali. South Asia @ LSE (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Ndaka, Caleb (2017) Online child protection in rural Kenya. Parenting for a Digital Future (03 May 2017). Website.

Neenan, Joanne and Chinkin, Christine (2017) International law and the continuum of gender-based violence. Women, Peace and Security (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Nektarios, Milton, Tinios, Platon and Simeonidis, George (2017) A pension system for younger workers in Greece: a proposal for growth. LSE Greece@LSE (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Nell, Miranda (2017) Book review: open data and the knowledge society by Bridgette Wessels, Kush Wadhwa, Rachel L. Finn and Thordis Sveinsdottir. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Nov 2017). Website.

Nepal, Srijana, Uprety, Neha and Prasai, Apekshya (2017) Reflections on researching women’s economic empowerment in post-earthquake Kathmandu. South Asia @ LSE (25 May 2017). Website.

Netto, Gina (2017) How to increase affordable housing: six innovative options. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jan 2017). Website.

Neumann, Pamela (2017) Women’s rights in retrograde: understanding the contentious politics of gender violence law in Nicaragua. LSE Human Rights Blog (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Neundorf, Anja and Scotto, Thomas J. (2017) Young voters and their "never Tory" mindset: the making of a Labour generation? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Neuner, Fabian G. and Wratil, Christopher (2017) The myth of the 'boring election': populism and the 2017 German election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Nevin, Seamus (2017) Gig economy: Disruption can bring benefits for workers and consumers. LSE Business Review (08 Jun 2017). Website.

Newton, Lina (2017) Trump’s ban on Muslim immigrants has been called “un-American,” but history shows that exclusion is a very American practice. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Newton, Philip M and Draper, Michael J (2017) University students are buying assignments – what could, or should, be done about it? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Neylon, Cameron (2017) Blacklists are technically infeasible, practically unreliable and unethical. Period. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Ngai, Rachel and Petrongolo, Barbara (2017) How the rise of the service sector boosted the demand for women workers. LSE Business Review (28 Jul 2017). Website.

Nicholas, Dave (2017) A system that prioritises publications means early career researchers’ scholarly attitudes and behaviours remain conservative. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 May 2017). Website.

Nickels, Ashley E. (2017) How state takeovers undermine the principle of municipal home rule. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Apr 2017). Website.

Nikander, Pirjo and Piattoeva, Nelli (2017) Writing a coherent integrative chapter is crucial for a successful PhD by publication. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Jul 2017). Website.

Nikore, Mitali (2017) Supporting motherhood – or discouraging parenthood? A curious case of the extended maternity leave in India. South Asia @ LSE (17 Mar 2017). Website.

Norris, Clive M. (2017) Sophisticated financial management underpinned 18th century Methodism. LSE Business Review (16 May 2017). Website.

Norris, Pippa (2017) It’s even worse than the news about North Carolina: American elections rank last among all Western democracies. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Jan 2017). Website.

Norris, Pippa (2017) Why populism is a threat to electoral integrity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 May 2017). Website.

Novaes, Catarina Dutilh (2017) Logical gaps. Forum for European Philosophy Blog (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Novotná, Tereza (2017) Will Donald Trump shoot down TTIP or rebrand it as the ‘Trump Trade and Investment Partnership’? USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Nownes, Anthony J. (2017) Celebrity endorsements affect voters' feelings of anger and anxiety towards political candidates. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Ntonta, Denise (2017) Call for more diversification in AGRA’s vision of agriculture modernisation. International Development (20 Apr 2017). Website.

Nuebert, Mitchell (2017) Putting servant leadership to the test and doing away with scepticism. LSE Business Review (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Nuijten, Michèle B. (2017) Journal policies that encourage data sharing prove extremely effective. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Sep 2017). Website.

Ní Mhurchú, Aoileann, McLeod, Laura, Collins, Stephanie and Siles-Brügge, Gabriel (2017) The REF’s focus on linear and direct impact is problematic and silences certain types of research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 May 2017). Website.

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O'Grady, Tom (2017) How politicians created, rather than reacted to, negative public opinion on benefits. British Politics and Policy Blog (07 Nov 2017). Website.

O'Leary, Brendan (2017) Now Brexit cannot mean UKEXIT – because the DUP won’t tolerate a hard border. LSE Brexit (13 Jun 2017). Website.

Ochab, Ewelina U. (2017) UN General Assembly assisting the UN Security Council. LSE Human Rights Blog (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Odinkalu, Chidi Anselm (2017) Après Zuma: can the African Union save itself? #28thAUSummit. Africa at LSE (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Olberding, Amy (2017) The moral gravity of mere trifles. The Forum (29 May 2017). Website.

Oldenburg, Philip K. and Campion, Sonali (2017) “At critical moments in history the balance of power favoured non-democratic forces in Pakistan, while favouring democratic forces in India” – Philip K Oldenburg. South Asia @ LSE (21 Jun 2017). Website.

Olivas, Jose Javier (2017) Does the Catalan independence movement really ‘love democracy’? Euro Crisis in the Press (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Oliver, Tim (2017) Book review: guilty men: Brexit edition by Cato the Younger. LSE Review of Books (18 Oct 2017). Website.

Oliver, Tim (2017) Book review: the European Union in crisis. LSE Brexit (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Oliver, Tim (2017) A Brexit summer reading guide. LSE Brexit (28 Jul 2017). Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2017) Britain's approach to Brexit is a textbook example of failed strategic thinking. LSE Brexit (09 Oct 2017). Website.

Oliver, Tim (2017) An English Foreign Policy: Little England or Little Britain? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2017). Website.

Oliver, Tim (2017) A U-turn on a hard Brexit should not be entirely disregarded. LSE Brexit (13 Jul 2017). Website.

Oliver, Tim and Boyle, Alex (2017) The £1bn bung won't protect Northern Ireland from the pain of a hard Brexit. LSE Brexit (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Orduna-Malea, Enrique, Martín-Martín, Alberto, Thelwall, Mike and López-Cózar, Emilio Delgado (2017) The ResearchGate Score rewards academics' active participation on the platform above their publications and citations. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 Sep 2017). Website.

Orsi, Roberto (2017) Brexit as a strategic shift. Euro Crisis in the Press (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Orsi, Roberto (2017) The European Union at a Crossroads. Euro Crisis in the Press (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Orsi, Roberto (2017) The moral question in Italian politics. Euro Crisis in the Press (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Orsi, Roberto (2017) The politics of post-truth. Euro Crisis in the Press (05 May 2017). Website.

Ortega, José Luis (2017) Twitter can help with scientific dissemination but its influence on citation impact is less clear. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Jan 2017). Website.

Ortino, Federico and Hestermeyer, Holger (2017) Article 50 does allow Britain to negotiate a transitional period. LSE Brexit (14 Nov 2017). Blog Entry.

Oser, Jennifer and Hooghe, Marc (2017) How do attitudes toward redistribution differ between Europe and the United States? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Sep 2017). Website.

Oser, Jennifer and Hooghe, Marc (2017) Public opinion is less supportive of redistribution and social security in the US than in Europe - but many US citizens want to see more done to reduce poverty and inequality. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Sep 2017). Website.

Oser, Jennifer and Hooghe, Marc (2017) Strong partisans trust the political system, but not other people. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Nov 2017). Website.

Oshri, Odelia and Shenhav, Shaul (2017) How the EU shapes and hones its identity through the language of its treaties. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Sep 2017). Website.

Oshri, Odelia and Shenhav, Shaul (2017) How the EU shapes and hones its identity through the language of its treaties. LSE Brexit (14 Sep 2017). Website.

Osman, Tarek (2017) The importance of being political. LSE Institute of Public Affairs Blog (20 Apr 2017). Website.

Osotimehin, Sophie (2017) The 'cleansing effect' of recessions: Inefficient firms fail, average productivity goes up. LSE Business Review (05 Sep 2017). Website.

Otero-Iglesias, Miguel (2017) Italy’s struggle with the euro straitjacket. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Otjes, Simon and Rasmussen, Anne (2017) No longer going steady, but playing the field: trade unions and the decline of social democracy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (31 May 2017). Website.

Ovens, Bethan (2017) UK permanent residence: where can EU students get information? LSE Brexit (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Overman, Henry G. (2017) CEP study: The UK areas that will be hit most (and least) by Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Jul 2017). Website.

Overman, Henry G. (2017) The UK areas that will be hit most (and least) by Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jul 2017). Website.

Overman, Henry G. (2017) Which British regions will suffer most - and least - from Brexit? LSE Brexit (Jul 2017). Website.

Owen, John (2017) Break for recovery. LSE Behavioural Science (07 Apr 2017). Website.

O’Leary, Brendan and Salih, Khaled (2017) Why journalists should not use the expression 'semi-autonomous' (or 'semiautonomous'). LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Nov 2017). Website.

O’Loughlin, Ben, Chaban, Natalia and Miskimmon, Alister (2017) The EU tells a good story about itself, but its Asian partners may not be hearing it. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Nov 2017). Website.

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PSSRU, Organising Team (2017) Autism through an Arts Lens: Comments on PSSRU’s LSE Literary Festival Session. LSE Health and Social Care (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Pace, Roderick (2017) Will the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia lead to wholesale institutional reform in Malta? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Nov 2017). Website.

Packer, Richard (2017) Britain will break free of the Common Agricultural Policy – but we still need to subsidise farmers. LSE Brexit (06 Jan 2017). Website.

Padró i Miquel, Gerard (2017) The historical roots of the Catalan crisis: how we got to where we are. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Oct 2017). Website.

Padula, Danielle (2017) Three ways to support the democratisation of academic journals. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Page, Douglas (2017) Assessing the EU's role in the struggle for gender equality. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Oct 2017). Website.

Pailey, Robtel Neajai and Williams, Korto Reeves (2017) Is Liberia's Sirleaf really standing up for women? #LiberiaDecides. Africa at LSE (06 Sep 2017). Website.

Panagiotidis, Theodore and Chisiridis, Konstantinos (2017) Economic growth for Greece’s trade partners and Greek export growth. LSE Greece@LSE (06 Jan 2017). Website.

Pannini, Elisa (2017) Book review: the great regression edited by Heinrich Geiselberger. LSE Review of Books (15 May 2017). Website.

Papacostas, Savvas (2017) A bit of madness is good for leadership potential. LSE Business Review (04 Sep 2017). Website.

Papanicolas, Irene ORCID: 0000-0002-8000-3185 and Cylus, Jonathan (2017) The challenges of using cross-national comparisons of efficiency to inform health policy. Eurohealth, 23 (2). pp. 8-11. ISSN 1356-1030

Papazoglou, Alexis (2017) What conspiracy theories can tell us about politics in Greece. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Pappas, Takis S. (2017) So-called ‘populist’ parties have many different grievances. Lumping them together won’t help defeat them. Democratic Audit UK (06 Jan 2017). Website.

Pappas, Takis S. (2017) They had a dream. Now Trump will scrub the melting pot clean. Democratic Audit UK (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Parajuli, Abhishek (2017) A bittersweet legal victory in India helps privacy but could hurt the economy. South Asia @ LSE (19 Sep 2017). Website.

Pareja-Eastaway, Montserrat (2017) Reflections from an outsider – Older Women’s Cohousing (OWCH, Barnet, North London). Accelerating Housing Production in London (16 May 2017). Website.

Park, Hyoungjoo and Wolfram, Dietmar (2017) Formalised data citation practices would encourage more authors to make their data available for reuse. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Parker, Charles F. (2017) The silver lining in Trump’s Paris pullout: a chance for the EU and China to take the leadership mantle. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Parker, Charles F. and Karlsson, Christer (2017) Assessing the EU’s global climate change leadership: From Copenhagen to the Paris agreement. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Mar 2017). Website.

Parmar, Inderjeet (2017) Despite Trump’s election, a groundswell for radical change in the US remains. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Jan 2017). Website.

Parry, Mark E. and Kawakami, Tomoko (2017) Why e-readers succeeded as a disruptive innovation in the US, but not in Japan. LSE Business Review (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Parry, Samuel (2017) Yes Cymru: the debate on Welsh independence has begun for good. LSE Brexit (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Parsons, Nick (2017) The French presidential elections and the death of social dialogue. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Parsons, Nick (2017) Macron gambles on reducing unemployment through greater flexibility for employers. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Sep 2017). Website.

Parsons, Nick (2017) Macron looks set for a huge majority, but does he have popular support? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Parsons, Nick (2017) Macron won a huge majority, but he is supported by only one in five voters. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Jun 2017). Website.

Parsons, Nick (2017) Macron’s victory: a historic break with the past, or simply the postponement of real change? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 May 2017). Website.

Pasanen, Tiina and Harvey, Blane (2017) Eight lessons on fostering learning in large research and development programmes. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Pascali, Luigi (2017) Great Divergence: The steamship gives us clues on the impacts of globalisation. LSE Business Review (24 May 2017). Website.

Pascoe, Polly (2017) Focus on buy-in might be the reason your change efforts keep failing. LSE Business Review (04 May 2017). Website.

Pascoe, Polly (2017) To improve change management, the NHS needs to discard outdated models. LSE Business Review (07 Jun 2017). Website.

Patel, Raj (2017) Gained in translation: adding value to research to inform policy. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Pathak Shah, Ratna and Khan, Ruhi (2017) “Lipstick under my burkha tells stories that have simmered under the surface for a very long time. They need their space.” – Ratna Pathak Shah. South Asia @ LSE (04 Mar 2017). Website.

Patrick, Ruth (2017) Inaccurate, exploitative, and very popular: the problem with ‘Poverty Porn’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Pattie, Charles and Johnston, Ron (2017) Scottish national identity: why the question of Europe could actually keep the UK together. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Pattie, Charles, Johnston, Ron and Hartman, Todd K. (2017) Party canvassers don’t change people’s opinions, but they do persuade them to vote. Democratic Audit UK (31 May 2017). Website.

Pauwels, Teun and Haute, Emilie van (2017) Caught between mainstreaming and radicalisation: tensions inside the populist Vlaams Belang in Belgium. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (11 Jan 2017). Website.

Pavlović, Srđa (2017) West is best: how ‘stabilitocracy’ undermines democracy building in the Balkans. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 May 2017). Website.

Pedaliu, Effie G. H. (2017) The Marshall Plan speech at 70 – and the lessons it can provide for today’s challenges. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Jun 2017). Website.

Pels, Dick (2017) Lies are fast, truth is slow: the importance of mastering the rhythms of academic life and work. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Pemberton, Hugh (2017) Industrial strategy: some lessons from the past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Pemberton, Hugh (2017) Industrial strategy: some lessons from the past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Perdigao, Yovanka (2017) Book review: Africa's media image in the 21st Century: from the "Heart of Darkness" to "Africa Rising". Africa at LSE (06 Oct 2017). Website.

Perdigao, Yovanka (2017) Book review: migrant, refugee, smuggler, savior by Peter Tinti and Tuesday Reitano. Africa at LSE (29 Sep 2017). Website.

Perley, Sara (2017) Book review: Charlemagne by Johannes Fried. LSE Review of Books (07 Apr 2017). Website.

Persaud, Randolph B. (2017) The rise of Donald Trump’s “White Wall” means that 2017 will not be a good year for politics. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Jan 2017). Website.

Persson, Anders (2017) Why Europe holds unique normative power in the Israeli-Palestine conflict. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Sep 2017). Website.

Perzigian, Aaron B., Afacan, Kemal, Justin, Whitney and Wilkerson, Kimber L. (2017) African American and disabled youth are overrepresented in behavior-focused and academic remediation schools. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Oct 2017). Website.

Petersen, Marie Juul and Arhb Moftah, Osama (2017) The Marrakesh declaration: a Muslim call for protection of religious minorities or freedom of religion? Religion and the Public Sphere (26 May 2017). Website.

Petersen, Marie Juul and í Skorini, Heini (2017) Freedom of expression vs. defamation of religions: protecting individuals or protecting religions? Religion and the Public Sphere (01 Mar 2017). Website.

Pettifor, Ann (2017) To really ‘take back control’, democracies must reclaim power over the production of money. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Feb 2017). Website.

Pettitt, Robin (2017) Losing Momentum? The power struggles that are hobbling the Corbyn movement. Democratic Audit UK (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Pettitt, Robin (2017) No one won this General Election – and Labour’s internal wrangles are far from over. Democratic Audit UK (09 Jun 2017). Website.

Pettitt, Robin (2017) No ‘suicide note’: Jeremy Corbyn, not his manifesto, is what holds Labour back. Democratic Audit UK (17 May 2017). Website.

Phillips, Jacob (2017) #LSEreligionLecture: “the West has two approaches available: ‘religious rights’ or ‘religious toleration’ ” – John Milbank. Religion and the public Sphere (29 Jun 2017). Website.

Phinnemore, David (2017) May said nothing new that was positive regarding the Irish dimension of Brexit. LSE Brexit (25 Sep 2017). Website.

Phinnemore, David (2017) There's no such thing as 'associate membership' of Euratom. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Jul 2017). Website.

Phinnemore, David (2017) There's no such thing as 'associate membership' of Euratom - but there may be other solutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jul 2017). Website.

Phinnemore, David (2017) The language of 'flexible and imaginative' solutions is unique to the Irish dimension of Brexit. LSE Brexit (06 Nov 2017). Website.

Photiadou, Artemis and Prelec, Tena (2017) Shami Chakrabarti: not guaranteeing the rights of EU nationals is not politics - it's cruelty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2017). Website.

Photiadou, Artemis, Prelec, Tena and Chakrabarti, Shami (2017) Five minutes with Shami Chakrabarti: "not guaranteeing the rights of EU nationals isn't politics - it's cruelty". LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Oct 2017). Website.

Picton, John (2017) Book review: Robert McNamara's other war: the World Bank and international development by Patrick Allan Scharma. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Nov 2017). Website.

Picton, John (2017) Book review: Robert McNamara's other war: the World Bank and international development by Patrick Allan Sharma. LSE Review of Books (Nov 2017). Website.

Pierson, Charon and Moylan, Elizabeth (2017) Addressing ethical issues in peer review - new guidelines available from COPE. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Sep 2017). Website.

Pike, Karl (2017) What does it mean to be Labour? Understanding the party’s ethos. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 2017). Website.

Piwowar, Heather and Priem, Jason (2017) Announcing Unpaywall: unlocking #openaccess versions of paywalled research articles as you browse. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Pochet, Phillipe (2017) The European Pillar of Social Rights in historical perspective. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Nov 2017). Website.

Pohl, Rebecca (2017) Book review: the new nature writing: rethinking the literature of place by Jos Smith. LSE Review of Books (11 Nov 2017). Website.

Polizzi, Gianfranco (2017) The blue whale game paradox, digital literacy and fake news. Parenting for a Digital Future (25 May 2017). Website.

Poovey, Mary (2017) The post-fact world: six steps you can take to fight back. Democratic Audit UK (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Popescu, Diana (2017) Mrs Lucretia’s protest: a story of identity and politics on the streets of Bucharest. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Popovikj, Misha (2017) Violence in the Macedonian parliament: what happened and how should the EU respond? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Apr 2017). Website.

Posen, Adam S. (2017) Adam Posen: 'There are many echoes between Brexiteers and the Trump way of thinking'. USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Oct 2017). Blog Entry.

Posen, Adam S. (2017) Adam Posen: ‘There are many echoes between Brexiteers and the Trump way of thinking’. LSE Business Review (02 Oct 2017). Blog Entry.

Potlogea, Andrei and Cheng, Wenya (2017) The Chinese cities that trade built. LSE Business Review (23 May 2017). Website.

Potter, Andrew (2017) Why a hard border with Ireland would put Welsh ports at risk. LSE Brexit (04 Sep 2017). Website.

Pountney, Laura (2017) Bringing social media into the curriculum: new ways of teaching and learning? Parenting for a Digital Future (09 Feb 2017). Website.

Pow, James (2017) Audit 2017: how democratic is local government in Northern Ireland? Democratic Audit UK (20 Jun 2017). Website.

Power, Nicola and Alison, Laurence (2017) How multi-agency teams made decisions in a simulated terror attack. LSE Business Review (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Power, Sam (2017) The funding of politics in Great Britain – an issue transformed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2017). Website.

Power, Sam (2017) The funding of politics in Great Britain – an issue transformed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2017). Website.

Preece, Jessica (2017) If party leaders want more women to run, they need to convince them that the “old boys’ network” will support them too. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Prelec, Tena (2017) Book review: rival power: Russia in Southeast Europe by Dimitar Bechev. LSE Review of Books (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Prelec, Tena (2017) Has the Western Balkans 6 process become a 'surrogate for the real thing'? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Jul 2017). Website.

Prelec, Tena (2017) Serbian presidential election 2017: can Vučić pull a Putin-Medvedev? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Prelec, Tena (2017) Serbian presidential elections: the diaspora vote. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Apr 2017). Website.

Pressman, Amy (2017) Amy Pressman: ‘The really disruptive companies are ingesting a tonne of data from customers’. LSE Business Review Blog (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Price, Sophia (2017) Where will the UK's aid budget go when it stops contributing to the EU? LSE Brexit (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Priestland, Andreas (2017) Mind the Gap: Making a difference, four questions at a time. LSE Behavioural Science (21 Apr 2017). Website.

Pring, Ben (2017) The coming jobs boom in the age of intelligent machines. LSE Business Review (19 Apr 2017). Website.

Provan, Bert (2017) How 'Help to Buy' helps mainly the privileged. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Pruessen, Ron (2017) Disgusted by Donald Trump? Turning away from the spectacle isn't an option. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Pruessen, Ron (2017) Donald Trump’s first weeks as president evoke Boschian visions of destruction and spectacle. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Pugliese, Joseph (2017) How drones are gamifying war in America's casino capital. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Purdam, Kingsley, Richards, Dave and Turnbull, Nick (2017) Are political statecraft and populism compatible? Lessons from Corbyn and Trump. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2017). Website.

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Quinn, Adam (2017) The UK should expect no favors from the new president: Trump will look out for Trump. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Quiroz Flores, Alejandro (2017) US disaster protection is not up to scratch in the states which are most vulnerable to hurricanes. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Oct 2017). Website.

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Rabindrakumar, Sumi and Allbeson, Janet (2017) How the government’s new child maintenance service leaves domestic abuse survivors out in the cold. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2017). Website.

Rackney, John D. and Peay, P.C. (2017) Why Senate Democrats should vote for cloture on Gorsuch’s nomination. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Radice, Henry (2017) For many individuals, the prospect of Brexit has caused genuine suffering. LSE Brexit (21 Sep 2017). Website.

Radice, Henry (2017) The conflicting identity politics of Brexit. Euro Crisis in the Press (21 Jul 2017). Website.

Raghunath, Preeti (2017) South Asia’s new satellite: signaling public engagement for sustainable regional diplomacy? South Asia @ LSE (18 May 2017). Website.

Ragins, Belle Rose, Ehrhardt, Kyle, Lyness, Karen S., Murphy, Diane and Capman, John (2017) Like second-hand smoke, racial discrimination at work can affect bystanders. LSE Business Review (16 Mar 2017). Website.

Rahali, Miriam (2017) Tiger mom 2.0: (over)parenting for a digital future? Parenting for a Digital Future (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Rahman, Tasmiah (2017) Are apps the future of NGO service delivery? South Asia @ LSE (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Rahman, Tasmiah (2017) Will there ever be a Women’s March in Bangladesh? South Asia @ LSE (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Rainsford, Emily (2017) A glance at the future of British politics: what we know about parties’ youth factions. British Politics and Policy Blog (14 Nov 2017). Website.

Rakhra, Kanica (2017) Nuclear suppliers group: finding entry points. South Asia @ LSE (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Ramanathan, Usha, Nachiappan, Subramanian and Parrott, Guy (2017) Social media and successful retail operations in the hyper-customisation era. LSE Business Review (27 Jul 2017). Website.

Rams, Dagna (2017) Book review: learning from the curse: Sembene's Xala by Richard Fardon and Senga la Rouge. Africa at LSE (13 Oct 2017). Website.

Randles, Jennifer M. (2017) Government “Healthy Marriage” programs should focus less on the benefits of marriage and more on helping couples to cope. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Ranson, Gillian (2017) Understanding fatherhood in the digital age. Parenting for a Digital Future (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Rasnača, Zane (2017) The European Pillar of Social Rights: What is being proposed and the challenges ahead. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Rasnača, Zane (2017) Social summit preview: can the European Pillar of Social Rights deliver on its promises? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Nov 2017). Website.

Rathgeb, Philip and Wolkenstein, Fabio (2017) Third-way à la française: what do Macron’s reforms involve and how likely are they to succeed? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Jun 2017). Website.

Rathi, Sanjana (2017) Why education is the key to global peace and prosperity. Management with Impact (07 Jun 2017). Website.

Ratnayake, Rapti (2017) ‘Diplomacity’ in the 21st century: why Sri Lanka’s local mayors must become global players. South Asia @ LSE (08 May 2017). Website.

Raymond, Christopher D. (2017) Do MPs' votes in Parliament represent personal or constituency preferences? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2017). Website.

Razzu, Giovanni (2017) Women on company boards: time for the government to adopt legislative quotas. British Politics and Policy Blog (17 Nov 2017). Website.

Reddy, P. Avanash (2017) Battle of Mosul: mass displacement of natives and a blatant violation of international humanitarian laws. LSE Human Rights Blog (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Reddy, Sneha (2017) Book review: combatants of Muslim origin in European armies in the twentieth century: far from Jihad edited by Xavier Bougarel, Raphaëlle Branche and Cloé Drieu. LSE Review of Books (01 Jun 2017). Website.

Reddy, Sneha (2017) The best bookshops in St Andrews, Scotland. LSE Review of Books (05 May 2017). Website.

Reedy, Justin (2017) What if postal votes were a great way to boost political engagement? Democratic Audit UK (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Reeves, Aaron and Friedman, Sam (2017) The dogged persistence of the British 'old boy': how private school alumni reach the elite. British Politics and Policy at LSE (Oct 2017). Website.

Reeves, Andrée E. (2017) Alabama's Senate runoff election mirrors the national struggle for the heart and soul of the Republican Party. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (21 Sep 2017). Website.

Reeves, Andrée E. (2017) Long read: why the Alabama Senate race is now everyone's problem. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Nov 2017). Website.

Regus, Max (2017) The Indonesian Ahmadis: no place for praying. LSE Human Rights Blog (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Rehman Cheema, Abdur and Ali, Sultana (2017) Beyond Tayyaba: tackling rural poverty to reduce child labour. South Asia @ LSE (16 May 2017). Website.

Reid, Andrew (2017) Book review: hate speech and democratic citizenship by Eric Heinze. LSE Review of Books (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Reid, Andrew (2017) Book review: the populist radical right: a reader edited by Cas Mudde. LSE Review of Books (09 Feb 2017). Website.

Renwick, Alan (2017) The Citizens' Assembly on Brexit: reflections on the first weekend. LSE Brexit (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Renwick, Alan (2017) What would voters be asked in a second EU referendum – and would they get it? Democratic Audit UK (09 Feb 2017). Website.

Renwick, Alan and McKee, Rebecca (2017) Forty-five people, two weekends: the Citizens' Assembly on Brexit. LSE Brexit (01 Sep 2017). Website.

Restuccia, Diego and Santaeulàlia-Llopis, Raül (2017) How inefficient land allocation in Malawi is severely depressing agricultural productivity. Africa at LSE (Jul 2017). Website.

Reverchon, Marie (2017) Bursting the bubble and fixing fake news in France. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (09 Mar 2017). Website.

Reynolds, Barnabas (2017) Brexit is a win-win opportunity for the City of London. LSE Brexit (08 Sep 2017). Website.

Reynolds, Michael (2017) Keeping people in the dark about the consequences of Brexit is poor diplomacy. LSE Brexit (22 Nov 2017). Website.

Rez, Ali, Khalid, Assam, Syed, Hasna and Campion, Sonali (2017) “Not A Bug Splat turned the tables on who was watching whom. The pressure brought about real change in drone policy” – Ali Rez. South Asia @ LSE (06 Apr 2017). Website.

Richards, Dave and Smith, Martin (2017) ‘Things were better in the past’: Brexit and the Westminster fallacy of democratic nostalgia. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 May 2017). Website.

Richards, Lindsay and Heath, Anthony (2017) Red lines and compromises: how flexible is public opinion about Brexit negotiations? LSE Brexit (04 Oct 2017). Website.

Riechert, Patrick and Dubois, Frédéric (2017) Open abstracts: a new peer review feature that helps scholars develop connections and encourages transdisciplinarity. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Jul 2017). Website.

Risso, Linda (2017) Putin’s approach to the West should encourage us to reflect on the nature of our own democracy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Jan 2017). Website.

Ritter, Gary (2017) There is no evidence to suggest that charter schools increase school segregation. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Feb 2017). Website.

Rivas, Carol (2017) Patient experience feedback: we need to engage with the issues of using big data methods to capture the human voice. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Rivera-Burgos, Viviana, Lasala-Blanco, Narayani and Shapiro, Robert Y. (2017) Poor weather doesn’t dissuade voting in noncompetitive elections – not even Hurricane Sandy did in 2012. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Robbins, Peter (2017) Book review: law and the economy in colonial India by Tirthankar Roy and Anand V. Swamy. LSE Review of Books (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Roberts, Danielle (2017) ‘Mum-of-two, 40’: but women rise to the top in Northern Irish politics. Democratic Audit UK (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Roberts, Ivor and Prelec, Tena (2017) Sir Ivor Roberts: Milosevic was a pyromaniac and a firefighter – but he would never admit to being the former. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) (17 Mar 2017). Website.

Roberts, Sean (2017) For the Russian authorities, the threat of Navalny lies in the message not the man. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (15 Jun 2017). Website.

Roberts, Syamala (2017) Book review: the age of noise in Britain: hearing modernity by James G. Mansell. LSE Review of Books (19 May 2017). Website.

Robertson, Hamish and Travaglia, Joanne (2017) Without a critical approach to big data it risks becoming an increasingly sophisticated paradigm for coercion. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Jul 2017). Blog Entry.

Robinson, Michael A. (2017) From the Slave Codes to Mike Brown: the brutal history of African Americans and law enforcement. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 Oct 2017). Website.

Rocco, Philip (2017) With their Obamacare replacement, Republicans are jumping blindfolded through the policy window. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Rodima-Taylor, Daivi (2017) Land mortgage: a device for rural restructuring in transitional settings? Africa at LSE (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Rodríguez Gómez, Erika (2017) From suffrage to insurgency, female rebelliousness has always been crucial to peace in Colombia. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Rodríguez-Teruel, Juan, Barrio, Astrid and Barbera, Oscar (2017) Podemos: is a maverick leftist party mutating into the standard bearer of devolution? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Roelofs, Portia (2017) Book Review: Humour, silence and civil society in Nigeria by Ebenezer Obadare. Africa at LSE (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Roelofs, Portia and Gallien, Max (2017) Clickbait and impact: how academia has been hacked. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Sep 2017). Website.

Rogers, Andrew (2017) How are black majority churches growing in the UK? A Londonborough case study. Africa at LSE (02 Jan 2017). Website.

Rogers, Chris and Clarke, Chris (2017) ‘Socially useful’ finance and the regulation of peer-to-peer lending in the United Kingdom. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Rogers, Chris and Clarke, Chris (2017) ‘Socially useful’ finance and the regulation of peer-to-peerlending in the United Kingdom. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Rohac, Dalibor (2017) Book review: the complacent class: the self-defeating quest for the American Dream by Tyler Cowen. LSE Review of Books (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Room, Graham (2017) From Brexit to European renewal: the fracture of the social contract underlies the current turmoil. LSE Brexit (24 May 2017). Website.

Ropek Hewson, Sofia (2017) Book review: cultural studies 1983: a theoretical history by Stuart Hall (edited by Jennifer Daryl Slack and Lawrence Grossberg). LSE Review of Books (13 Mar 2017). Website.

Roquen, Jeff (2017) Book review: Park Chung Hee and modern Korea: the roots of militarism, 1866-1945 by Carter J. Eckert. LSE Review of Books (25 May 2017). Website.

Roquen, Jeff (2017) Book review: international express: New Yorkers on the 7 train by Stéphane Tonnelat and William Kornblum. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (15 Oct 2017). Website.

Rosani, Gabriele (2017) How large companies can adopt lean thinking in research and development. LSE Business Review Blog (06 Nov 2017). Website.

Roseanne, McManus, Gerard, Eileen, Ranaweera, Vinuri and Sztanga, Olivia (2017) Trump’s foreign policy is unlikely to benefit from a “Madman” advantage. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Ross, Ryan (2017) Book review: public inquiries: wrong route on Bloody Sunday by Louis Blom-Cooper. LSE Review of Books (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Ross-Hellauer, Tony (2017) Open peer review: bringing transparency, accountability, and inclusivity to the peer review process. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Ross-Hellauer, Tony (2017) OpenAIRE can form the basis for a truly public European Open Access Platform. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Jun 2017). Website.

Ross-Hellauer, Tony and Fecher, Benedikt (2017) Journal flipping or a public open access infrastructure? What kind of open access future do we want? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Rossi, Federico M. (2017) De los sindicatos a los movimientos sociales, las dinámicas políticas en Sudamérica han seguido un patrón de olas de incorporación. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Rossner, Meredith (2017) Restorative justice in the 21st century: making emotions mainstream. In: Liebling, Alison, Maruna, S. and McAra, Lesley, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780198719441

Roth, Philip, Goldberg, Caren and Thatcher, Jason (2017) I vote left, you vote right: How can we work together? LSE Business Review (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Roth, Philip, Goldberg, Caren and Thatcher, Jason (2017) I vote left, you vote right: how can we work together? USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Oct 2017). Website.

Rovny, Jan (2017) Election reaction: the Czech Republic shifts toward the Polish and Hungarian model. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Rowland, Deborah (2017) Change starts with a leader’s ability to look inward. LSE Business Review (11 Jan 2017). Website.

Rowland, Deborah (2017) Leaders get the teams they deserve. LSE Business Review (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Roy-Chaudhury, Rahul (2017) A new, emerging Indian security doctrine in the Indian Ocean is set to challenge the narrative and impact of China's influence - Rahul Roy-Chaudhury. South Asia @ LSE (27 Oct 2017). Website.

Rozbicka, Patrycja (2017) 'Oh Jeremy Corbyn': What GE2017 taught us about the link between music and politics. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Jul 2017). Website.

Rozbicka, Patrycja (2017) Oh Jeremy Corbyn: what GE2017 taught us about the link between music and politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jul 2017). Website.

Rubins, Karen and Shah, Alpa ORCID: 0000-0003-1233-6516 (2017) Cartoon abstract: Ethnography? Participant observation, a potentially revolutionary praxis. London School of Economics and Political Science.

Rubio, Diego (2017) Historical amnesia is undermining European democracy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 May 2017). Website.

Rubio, Diego (2017) Historical amnesia is undermining European democracy. LSE Brexit (08 Sep 2017). Website.

Rudd, Roland and Taylor, Ros (2017) ‘The public mood could change’: Q&A with Roland Rudd, chair of Open Britain. LSE Brexit (18 Apr 2017). Website.

Ruedin, Didier (2017) Why automated coding of party positions from manifestos may produce misleading conclusions in political research. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Russell, Annelise (2017) On Twitter, Republican Senators are more polarizing than Democrats. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Rutterford, Janette and Sotiropoulos, Dimitris (2017) What Victorian households can teach us about financial decision-making. LSE Business Review (10 May 2017). Website.

Ryan, John (2017) Brussels may have agreed to accelerate Brexit negotiations - but Merkel's priorities are elsewhere. LSE Brexit (19 Oct 2017). Website.

Ryan, John (2017) Brussels may have agreed to accelerate the Brexit negotiations - but Merkel's priorities lie elsewhere. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Oct 2017). Website.

Ryan, John (2017) A German 'Jamaica' coalition will hinder Eurozone reform, but make little difference to Brexit. LSE Brexit (11 Oct 2017). Website.

Ryan, John (2017) The German election result will slow down the Brexit process. LSE Brexit (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Ryan, John (2017) If you didn't laugh, you'd cry ... Brexit and the renaissance of British humour. LSE Brexit (04 Oct 2017). Website.

Ryan, John (2017) What a Jamaica coalition could mean for Eurozone reform. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Oct 2017). Website.

Ryan, Louise (2017) EU citizens in the UK: after the shock comes the strategy to secure status. LSE Brexit (22 May 2017). Website.

Ràfols, Ismael, Robinson-García, Nicolas and van Leeuwen, Thed (2017) How to make altmetrics useful in societal impact assessments: shifting from citation to interaction approaches. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (23 Mar 2017). Website.

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Sager, Alex (2017) Book review: against the grain: a deep history of the earliest states by James C. Scott. LSE Review of Books (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Sager, Alex (2017) Book review: theory of the border by Thomas Nail. LSE Review of Books (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Sager, Alex (2017) Focusing on migration’s ‘good’ or ‘bad’ influences on your country alone can be a harmful oversimplification. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Sager, Alex (2017) The end of progress: decolonizing the normative foundations of critical theory by Amy Allen. LSE Review of Books (26 May 2017). Website.

Sagoe-Moses, Lolan (2017) How to stop electoral corruption-What Kenya's NASA can learn from Ghana's NPP. Africa at LSE (Jul 2017). Website.

Sailor, Jim (2017) Using Behavioural Science to help understand technology adoption risk perception. LSE Behavioural Science (07 Apr 2017). Website.

Sala, Luca, Gambetti, Luca, Forni, Mario and Lippi, Marco (2017) When expectations of technological change in the economy are noisy signals. LSE Business Review (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Salamone, Anthony (2017) Why the current UK-Scotland constitutional impasse was far from inevitable. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Salas-Vega, Sebastian and Mossialos, Elias (2017) Value in cancer drug spending: assessing the clinical risks and benefits from a decade’s worth of innovation. LSE Health and Social Care (05 Jan 2017). Website.

Salman, Zara (2017) Has GSP plus status improved Pakistan's garments exports? South Asia @ LSE (06 Sep 2017). Website.

Samba Sylla, Ndongo (2017) The CFA Franc: French monetary imperialism in Africa. Africa at LSE (12 Jul 2017). Website.

Sampson, Alice (2017) From Paki-bashing to Muslim bashing: extremism policies considered. In: Hobbs, Dick, (ed.) Mischief, Morality and Mobs: Essays in Honour of Geoffrey Pearson. Routledge Advances in Ethnography. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 44-60. ISBN 9781138679733

Sampson, Alice and Villela, Maria Rita (2017) How young people peacefully challenge community norms embedded with violence in a Brazilian favela. British Journal of Criminology, 57 (3). pp. 684-703. ISSN 0007-0955

Sampson, Thomas (2017) Understanding the motivations of Leave voters will play an important role in determining the future of globalisation. LSE Brexit (07 Nov 2017). Website.

Sampson, Thomas, Breinlich, Holger, Novy, Dennis and Leromain, Elsa (2017) UK households are already paying an average of £404pa for Brexit. LSE Brexit (21 Nov 2017). Website.

Samudzi, Zoe (2017) Thirty-six years of Mugabe and why he remains. Africa at LSE (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Samuell, Doron (2017) Would I lie to you? LSE Behavioural Science (28 Apr 2017). Website.

Sander, Harald (2017) Finally, some good economic news from the Eurozone – but will it last? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Sander, Harald (2017) Finally, some good economic news from the Eurozone – but will it last? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Sanders, Amber N., Kuhns, Joseph B. and Blevins, Kristie R. (2017) Why crime prevention strategies may be effective against both deliberate and impulsive burglars. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Sanders, Jamie (2017) Apolitical? A defence of the Bank of England. LSE Undergraduate Political Review (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Sandford, Mark, Ayres, Sarah and Flinders, Matthew (2017) Devolution revolution? Assessing central-local relationships in England's devolution deals. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Sandis, Constantine (2017) Against principles. The Forum (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Sangoe-Moses, Lolan (2017) How to stop electoral corruption — What Kenya’s NASA can learn from Ghana’s NPP. Africa at LSE Blog (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Sanjana, Feroza (2017) How nudge units can aid development. South Asia @ LSE (21 Mar 2017). Website.

Santoboni, Marta and Karlsson, Alexandra (2017) A New Vision for Addressing Youth Unemployment in Africa. Africa at LSE (24 Apr 2017). Website.

Santos, Carlos Daniel (2017) Leaving a trade area can substantially reduce innovation and productivity. LSE Business Review (22 Sep 2017). Website.

Santos, Eraldo S. (2017) Book review: in the heat of the summer: the new york riots of 1964 and the war on crime by Michael W. Flamm. LSE Review of Books (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Santos, Eraldo S. (2017) Book review: sharing this walk: an ethnography of prison life and the PCC in Brazil by Karina Biondi. LSE Review of Books (19 Jun 2017). Website.

Saramifar, Younes (2017) Book review: Haredi masculinities between the Yeshiva, the army, work and politics: the sage, the warrior and the entrepreneur by Yohai Hakak. LSE Review of Books (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Saramifar, Younes (2017) Book review: seawomen of Iceland: survival on the Edge by Margaret Willson. LSE Review of Books (27 Sep 2017). Website.

Savage, Lee (2017) How party systems in Central and Eastern Europe affect government formation. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Savonick, Danica and Davidson, Cathy N. (2017) Newly updated for international women’s day – gender bias in Academe bibliography. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Sawyer, Sarah (2017) Thinking about morality. Forum for European Philosophy Blog (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Scalvini, Marco (2017) UK’s new drug strategy ignores social and cultural contexts. BMJ (358). ISSN 1756-1833

Schabram, Kira and Maitlis, Sally (2017) How to avoid burnout when you follow your passion in your career choice. LSE Business Review Blog (23 Nov 2017). Website.

Schade, Daniel (2017) No more ‘Dear Donald’: what we can glean from Theresa May’s Brexit letter. LSE Brexit (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Schankerman, Mark (2017) Strong patent rights accelerate the diffusion of new medicines across countries. LSE Business Review (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Scheidel, Walter (2017) Throughout history, only violent and catastrophic events have significantly cut inequality. Democratic Audit UK (22 Mar 2017). Website.

Schiano, Austin (2017) Human rights and renewable energy: a critical link. LSE Human Rights Blog (24 Apr 2017). Website.

Schlaile, Michael P., Mueller, Matthias, Schramm, Michael and Pyka, Andreas (2017) Time to acknowledge the role of consumers in responsible innovation. LSE Business Review (13 Jun 2017). Website.

Schmid, Julian (2017) Book review: disappearing war: interdisciplinary perspectives on cinema and erasure in the post-9/11 world edited by Christina Hellmich and Lisa Purse. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Nov 2017). Website.

Schmidt, Paul (2017) Could Austria join the Visegrád Group? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Oct 2017). Website.

Schmidt, Paul (2017) Is EU free movement a curse or a blessing? The case of Austria. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Schmidt, Vivien and Wood, Matt (2017) The EU’s new white paper underlines why Europe needs to be more open to its citizens. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Mar 2017). Website.

Schoenefeldt, Henrik (2017) Should MPs be involved in Westminster's restoration? Yes, according to history. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Schorpp, Susanne and Finocchiaro, Charles (2017) Wars can strengthen U.S. Presidents' policy gains in Congress, but as casualties rise, they can become a liability. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Sep 2017). Website.

Schoyen, Mi Ah and Vegard Haug, Are (2017) The worries of wealth: what Monday's election might mean for the future of Norway. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Sep 2017). Website.

Schroeder, Jonathan and Borgerson, Janet (2017) Vintage vinyl can tell us about Cold War tensions and cultural diplomacy. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Feb 2017). Website.

Schröter, Nico (2017) Order, Authority, and Law: On the Development of Modern Conceptions of Political Order, Legitimate Rule, and Law and How They are Challenged. LSE Law Review, 2. pp. 24-44. ISSN 2516-4058

Schwartz, Amanda (2017) Humanitarian space and the deaths of U.N. workers in the Congo. International Development (22 Jun 2017). Website.

Scott Cato, Molly (2017) The government won't release its analyses of Brexit's impact. We have a right to see them. LSE Brexit (11 Sep 2017). Website.

Scrollini, Fabrizio (2017) Into the darkness: how illegal surveillance is undermining open government reforms in Latin America. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Scîntee, Gabriela, S, Vlădescu, Cristian and Hernández-Quevedo, Cristina (2017) New measures to increase the health budget in Romania. Eurohealth, 32 (2). pp. 28-31. ISSN 1356-1030

Senarath, Shanuka (2017) The Dodd-Frank Act doesn’t solve the principal-agent problem in asset securitisation. LSE Business Review (21 Apr 2017). Website.

Senserrich, Roger (2017) Catalonia: a fight within a nation. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Sep 2017). Website.

Senserrich, Roger, Borrell Porta, Mireia, Lapuente, Victor and Balfour, Sebastian (2017) Our five most read articles on the Catalan independence referendum. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Oct 2017). Website.

Sgroi, Daniel (2017) Measuring happiness across the ages. LSE Business Review (27 Jul 2017). Website.

Shafick, Hesham (2017) Book review: the power triangle: military, security and politics in regime change by Hazem Kandil. LSE Review of Books (11 Jan 2017). Website.

Shaikh, Farzana and Cheema, Nadir (2017) Pakistan in the eyes of the world: a new perspective on a blemished international image. South Asia @ LSE (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Shamsuddin, Shomon (2017) How reimagining public housing with greater development can benefit low income residents. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Nov 2017). Website.

Sharlein, Jeffrey (2017) Compared to adjudication in juvenile court, criminal convictions can hurt adolescent boys’ future employment prospects. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Sharman, Joshua (2017) Book review: Foucault on the arts and letters: perspectives for the twentyfirst century edited by Catherine M. Soussloff. LSE Review of Books (30 Jun 2017). Website.

Shaw, Chris (2017) Book review: crisis and sustainability: the delusion of free markets by Alessandro Vercelli. LSE Review of Books (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Shaw, Chris (2017) Book review: crisis and sustainability: the delusion of free markets by Alessandro Vercelli. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (01 Oct 2017). Website.

Shaw, Eric (2017) Once more unto the breach: what you need to know about the next Scottish Labour leader. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Sep 2017). Website.

Shaw, Eric (2017) Why Corbyn’s leadership is being judged neither prematurely nor by the wrong standards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Shaw, Joe (2017) Book review: networks of New York: an internet infrastructure field guide by Ingrid Burrington. LSE Review of Books (09 Mar 2017). Website.

Sheagley, Geoffrey (2017) Voters are less likely to be influenced by their party's position on a policy issue when they have a different view. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Oct 2017). Website.

Shellum, Alex (2017) The Case for a Human Rights Act Based Approach to Unfair Dismissals Engaging Convention Rights: Challenging Judicial Attitudes and Assessing Potential. LSE Law Review, 2. pp. 1-22. ISSN 2516-4058

Shen, Dennis (2017) The only way to halt the rise of demagoguery may be to reform globalization. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Shen, Dennis (2017) A rise in narcissism could be one of the main causes of America’s political and economic crises. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Jun 2017). Website.

Shepherd, Amy (2017) More speech, not less. LSE Human Rights Blog (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Sheridan, Alison and MacDermott, Kathy (2017) Glass walls: Australia's highly gender-segregated workforce. LSE Business Review (14 Jul 2017). Website.

Shipp, Jonny and Noula, Ioanna (2017) Unpacking the black box of digitalization: will “sustainability thinking” empower citizens in a data-driven world? Media Policy Blog (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Shorrocks, Rosalind (2017) In what ways does gender matter for voting behaviour in GE2017? British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 May 2017). Website.

Shreedhar, Ganga (2017) Book review: profits and sustainability: a history of green entrepreneurship by Geoffrey Jones. LSE Review of Books (05 Sep 2017). Website.

Shutes, Isabel (2017) All EU migrants are not equal: the gendered consequences of Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Jul 2017). Website.

Shutes, Isabel (2017) When unpaid childcare isn't 'work': EU residency rights have gendered consequences. LSE Brexit (20 Jul 2017). Website.

Shutes, Isabel (2017) When unpaid childcare isn't 'work': EU residency rights have gendered consequences. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jul 2017). Website.

Sian, Katy (2017) Bursting the liberal bubble: racism in the era of Brexit and Trump. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Sibal, Kanwal (2017) “India needs clarity about President Trump’s policy towards China because there have been a lot of contradictions” – Kanwal Sibal. South Asia @ LSE (23 Jun 2017). Website.

Siddiq, Hamza (2017) Violent extremism in Pakistan: a failure of public education. South Asia @ LSE (04 May 2017). Website.

Siddiqi, Lutfey (2017) Three lessons from Singapore, with or without Brexit. LSE Business Review (11 Oct 2017). Website.

Siegel-Hawley, Genevieve, Thachik, Stefani and Bridges, Kim (2017) How families from gentrifying neighborhoods can help break the cycle of school segregation. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Mar 2017). Website.

Sigamany, Indrani (2017) Book review: democracy in the woods: environmental conservation and social justice in India, Tanzania and Mexico by Prakash Kashwan. LSE Review of Books (27 Jul 2017). Website.

Sighele, Chiara (2017) Jeopardising the effectiveness of journalism in South East Europe: The role of extra-legal policy mechanisms. Media Policy Blog (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Sigona, Nando (2017) "A disgusting political lie": EU parents respond to the Children's Commissioner's letter to Michel Barnier. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Jul 2017). Website.

Silver, Jonathan David (2017) Book review: participatory planning for climate compatibledevelopment in Maputo, Mozambique. Africa at LSE (10 Feb 2017). Website.

Simi, Pete, Blee, Kathleen, DeMichele, Matthew and Windisch, Steven (2017) White supremacy can be addictive, and leaving it behind can be like kicking a drug habit. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (10 Oct 2017). Website.

Simson, Rebecca (2017) Book review – The rise of Africa’s middle class: Myths, realities and critical engagements, by Henning Melber(ed.). Africa at LSE (07 Apr 2017). Website.

Sindbjerg Martinsen, Dorte and Pons Rotger, Gabriel (2017) EU immigration benefits the welfare state in Denmark. LSE Brexit (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Singh, Rajat (2017) Book review: fashioning diaspora: beauty, femininity and South Asian American culture by Vanita Reddy. LSE Review of Books (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Singh Chhina, Raman (2017) Nand Singh and Jangnamah Europe: subaltern insights on the wars of Empire. South Asia @ LSE (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Singh Maini, Tridivesh (2017) Rouhani’s victory and India-Iran ties. South Asia @ LSE (26 May 2017). Website.

Singh Maini, Tridivesh and Sachdeva, Sandeep (2017) Foreign investment in India: recognising and addressing regional disparities. South Asia @ LSE (27 Jul 2017). Website.

Singh Maini, Tridivesh and Sachdeva, Sandeep (2017) In the diplomatic row over Qatar, New Delhi needs to prioritise its national interests. South Asia @ LSE (26 Jun 2017). Website.

Singh Maini, Tridivesh and Sachdeva, Sandeep (2017) India's diaspora policy: time for a rethink. South Asia @ LSE (14 Jul 2017). Website.

Singh Maini, Tridivesh and Sachdeva, Sandeep (2017) India, the US and connectivity: in search of a clear vision. South Asia @ LSE (08 Jun 2017). Website.

Singla, Nikita (2017) Lessons for Ghana in the Malaysian economic miracle. Africa at LSE (11 Jan 2017). Website.

Sinsomboonthong, Tinnaphop (2017) A nightmare on Houghton Street. International Development (03 Jan 2017). Website.

Siyal, Mohsin Ali Kazmi and Benazir Khumbhar, Ghamz E Ali, Kazmi and Benazir Khumbhar, Mohsin Ali and Khumbhar, Benazir (2017) Tracing the impact of El Nino on agriculture and life in Mirpur Khas. South Asia @ LSE (13 Oct 2017). Website.

Skarbek, David and Michaluk, Courtney (2017) When inmates make the rules (and enforce them): democracy in self-governing prisons. Democratic Audit UK (03 Mar 2017). Website.

Slapin, Jonathan and Kirkland, Justin (2017) For many ideologues in Congress, voting against their party when they are in power may be a sound electoral strategy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Oct 2017). Website.

Slaton, Christa (2017) Lavish travel by cabinet members on the public's dime shows the emptiness of Trump's promise to "drain the swamp". USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Oct 2017). Website.

Sloane, Mona (2017) The materiality of research: dealing with ‘stuff’ in design: thoughts on materiality in design research by Mona Sloane. LSE Review of Books (17 Mar 2017). Website.

Slodounik, Aaron (2017) How big data can expose a nascent White (House) Nationalism. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Jan 2017). Website.

Slootmaeckers, Koen (2017) Tactical Europeanisation: why Serbia’s decision to appoint an openly gay PM is no great leap forward for LGBT rights. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Jun 2017). Website.

Smeltzer, Joshua (2017) Book review: Marx, capital and the madness of economic reason by David Harvey. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Sep 2017). Website.

Smeltzer, Joshua (2017) Book review: the ordinary virtues: moral order in a divided world by Michael Ignatieff. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (29 Oct 2017). Website.

Smilde, David and Gill, Timothy M. (2017) “Post-Western” diplomacy and the Venezuela crisis. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (27 Mar 2017). Website.

Smith, Constance (2017) Book Review: Africa’s return migrants: The new developers? by Lisa Åkesson and Maria Eriksson Baaz (eds). Africa at LSE Blog (30 Jun 2017). Website.

Smith, Constance (2017) Book review: little Mogadishu: Eastleigh, Nairobi's global Somali hub by Neil Carrier. Africa at LSE (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Smith, J.A. (2017) Long read book review: deplorable me: the alt-right comes to power by J.A. Smith. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Sep 2017). Website.

Smith, Julie (2017) Absent from the start: Britain’s leery relationship with the EU. LSE Brexit (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Smith, Melissa (2017) Why Trump could mean all change at the Federal Election Commission – if he can be bothered. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Smith, Russell M. (2017) Cities of Color are a growing trend in America – and their long-term influence should not be underestimated. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Smucker, Sierra (2017) Strengthening laws which take guns out of the hands of domestic abusers will help prevent future mass shootings. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Nov 2017). Website.

Smucker, Sierra (2017) Three more dead in California: why the US political system is to blame. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Smucker, Sierra (2017) Why lawmakers want more guns after yet another mass shooting. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Jun 2017). Website.

Smyth, Stewart (2017) From Westminster to Stormont: forty years of failed housing policies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jul 2017). Website.

Sneha, P. P. (2017) Mapping digital humanities in India. South Asia @ LSE (10 Jan 2017). Website.

Snyder, Susanna (2017) How faith communities in the UK are responding to the refugee crisis. Religion and the Public Sphere (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Sobel, Kiley (2017) Families and Pokémon GO. Parenting for a Digital Future (27 Apr 2017). Website.

Sochas, Laura (2017) Did removing user fees improve access to maternal health care in Zambia? A difference-in-difference study. In: Population Association of America Annual Meeting, 2017-04-27 - 2017-04-29. (Submitted)

Solomon, Solon (2017) Has the time come for the UK to leave the European Court of Human Rights too? LSE Brexit (29 Jun 2017). Website.

Solonenko, Iryna (2017) How western populism weakens democracy in Ukraine. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Sommerville, Peter (2017) Are the government's homebuilding plans good news? Depends on whom you ask. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2017). Website.

Sood, Rakesh and Spalding, Alexander (2017) “As geopolitical tensions unfold India will need a more agile and engaged foreign policy to protect its autonomy” – Rakesh Sood. South Asia @ LSE (29 Jun 2017). Website.

Sorace, Miriam (2017) Brexit pushes European lawmakers to reform the EU. LSE Brexit (10 Oct 2017). Website.

Sorace, Miriam (2017) Taking back control, actually: reforming the European Parliament elections. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Jun 2017). Website.

South Asia, LSE (2017) Demonetisation, digitisation and narrow definitions of nationalism: Arun Jaitley’s visit to LSE. South Asia @ LSE (09 Mar 2017). Website.

Spalding, Alexander (2017) Between exclusion and political engagement: voices of youth from post-war Sri Lanka. South Asia @ LSE (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Spalding, Alexander (2017) If India’s encryption policy is to be effective, it must mandate higher standards and enhance trust. South Asia @ LSE (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Spalding, Alexander (2017) Student diary: interning at the Observer Research Foundation in Delhi. South Asia @ LSE (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Spencer, Nick (2017) She does God: Theresa May, a PM with strong views but little ideology. Democratic Audit UK (21 Apr 2017). Website.

Spieler, Ines, Scheibe, Susanne, Roßnagel, Stamov and Arvid, Kappas (2017) How to reap the benefits of flexible work time. LSE Business Review (23 Feb 2017). Website.

Spierings, Niels (2017) What if the angry white man is a woman? The gender gap in voting for the populist radical right. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Mar 2017). Website.

Srnicek, Nick (2017) LSE Lit Fest 2017: platform capitalism by Nick Srnicek. LSE Review of Books (24 Feb 2017). Website.

Staal, Klaas (2017) Britain has most often taken positions against the majority in the Council of the European Union. LSE Brexit (10 Nov 2017). Website.

Staal, Klaas (2017) How support from other member states affects influence in the Council of the European Union. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Staetsky, Daniel (2017) Quantifying antisemitic attitudes in Britain: the 'elastic' view of antisemitism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2017). Website.

Staite, Catherine (2017) Andy Street has just three years to unite the West Midlands under his mayoralty. Democratic Audit UK (08 May 2017). Website.

Stalla-Bourdillona, Sophie, Rossati, Eleonora, Turk, Karmen, Angelopolous, Christina, Kuczerawy, Aleksandra, Peguera, Miquel and Husovec, Martin (2017) An academic perspective on the copyright reform. Computer Law and Security Review, 33 (1). 3 - 13. ISSN 0267-3649

Stamm, Isabell and Eklund, Lina (2017) With great power comes great responsibility: crowdsourcing raises methodological and ethical questions for academia. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Apr 2017). Website.

Stanley, Ben (2017) The causes and consequences of Poland’s parliamentary crisis. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Jan 2017). Website.

Stannard, Emily (2017) Book review: copyright and E-learning: a guide for practitioners, 2nd ed. by Jane Secker with Chris Morrison. LSE Review of Books (09 Jun 2017). Website.

Steffy, Kody (2017) Among underemployed college graduates, the role of class looms large. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Nov 2017). Website.

Steinberg, Stacey (2017) Sharenting – in whose interests? Parenting for a Digital Future (17 May 2017). Website.

Stephenson, Mary-Ann (2017) Never mind NICs: gender budgeting reveals the Spring Budget’s true impact on poorer women. Democratic Audit UK (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Stern, Jon (2017) Brexit, competition and markets: there’s a need to spread the benefits of growth. LSE Brexit (21 Apr 2017). Website.

Stevens, Matthew Frank (2017) How a shortage of coins precipitated a depression in 15th century England. LSE Business Review (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Stewart, Michael (2017) Losing the Central European University would be a tragedy for Hungarian public life. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Stewart, Michael (2017) Losing the Central European University would be a tragedy for Hungarian public life. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Stewart, Neil (2017) Book review: the data librarian’s handbook by Robin Rice and John Southall. LSE Review of Books (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Stewart, Neil (2017) Charles Booth's London: bringing together maps and archives on the web. In: 12th International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) 2017, IDCC17, 2017-02-20 - 2017-02-23. (Submitted)

Stewart, Neil (2017) Charles Booth’s London: opening up collections on the web. In: RLUK Conference 2017: The Future of Research, 2017-03-08 - 2017-03-10.

Stirling, Alfie (2017) UK finance needs radical reform to upgrade the post-Brexit economy. LSE Brexit (14 Sep 2017). Website.

Stirling, Alfie (2017) UK finance needs radical reform to upgrade the post-Brexit economy. LSE Business Review (16 Sep 2017). Website.

Stockemer, Daniel and Sundström, Aksel (2017) Female cabinet picks: just one more way in which Trump is exceptional. Democratic Audit UK (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Stocker, Paul (2017) Brexit and the mainstreaming of the British far right. LSE Brexit (05 Oct 2017). Website.

Stoica, Mihnea (2017) Romania’s political crisis reflects severe tensions within the country’s Social Democratic Party. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Jun 2017). Website.

Stoica, Mihnea (2017) Survey evidence: why people are protesting in Romania. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Stokan, Eric (2017) Competition for Amazon's HQ2.0 shows how keen local governments are to offer incentives to attract firms. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Nov 2017). Website.

Stokes, Bruce (2017) Religion and national belonging: do you have to be Christian to be “one of us?”. Religion and the Public Sphere (29 Mar 2017). Website.

Stokes, Patrick (2017) Philosophy communication is a two-way street: we learn from our publics, rather than simply teaching them. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Jun 2017). Website.

Storer, Elizabeth (2017) Keeping the faith: on the spiritual dimensions of South Sudanese exile in Arua, north-west Uganda #LSEreturn. Africa at LSE (22 Sep 2017). Website.

Storer, Elizabeth (2017) Photo essay: seeing displacement through ethnographic photography #LSEreturn. Africa at LSE (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Straw, Ed (2017) How weak governance stopped Labour winning the general election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2017). Website.

Straw, Ed (2017) Redshift over Britain: is the Centre moving Left? British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jul 2017). Website.

Strhan, Anna (2017) Tim Farron, Conservative Evangelicalism and the public sphere. Religion and the public Sphere (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Strother, Logan (2017) Congress’ U-turn on flood insurance reform shows that lawmaking power can very quickly go from free rein to constrained. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Jan 2017). Website.

Strother, Logan, Piston, Spencer and Ogorzalek, Thomas (2017) Those who support the presence of Confederate symbols in public spaces in the South tend to have less knowledge of Civil War history, negating a commonly used defense that the emblems represent 'heritage not hate'. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Strother, Logan, Piston, Spencer and Ogorzalek, Thomas (2017) Those who support the presence of Confederate symbols in public spaces in the South tend to have less knowledge of Civil War history, negating a commonly used defense that the emblems represent ‘heritage not hate’. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Stupart, Richard (2017) Book review – South Sudan: A new history for a new nation by Douglas H. Johnson. Africa at LSE (02 Jun 2017). Website.

Stupart, Richard (2017) Book review: Burundi: the biography of a small Africancountry by Nigel Watt. Africa at LSE (24 Feb 2017). Website.

Stupart, Richard (2017) Book review: Nyerere: the early years by Thomas Molony. Africa at LSE (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Stupart, Richard (2017) Book review: the root causes of Sudan's civil wars, by Douglas H Johnson. Africa at LSE (01 Sep 2017). Website.

Sturgis, Patrick and Jennings, Will (2017) Who will turnout and who will not? The indicator that could make or break GE2017 poll predictions. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Stylianou, Konstantinos (2017) The end of net neutrality is not the end of the open internet. LSE Business Review (29 Jul 2017). Website.

Su, Meng, Zhang, Qiuli, Bai, Xueke, Wu, Chaoqun, Li, Yetong, Mossialos, Elias, Mensah, George A, Masoudi, Frederick A, Lu, Jiapeng, Li, Xi, Salas-Vega, Sebastian, Zhang, Anwen, Lu, Yuan, Nasir, Khurram, Krumholz, Harlan M and Jiang, Lixin (2017) Availability, cost, and prescription patterns of antihypertensive medications in primary health care in China: a nationwide cross-sectional survey. The Lancet, 390 (10112). pp. 2559-2568. ISSN 0140-6736

Sujon, Zoetanya (2017) Book review: the ambivalent internet: mischief, oddity, and antagonism online by Whitney Phillips and Ryan M. Milner. LSE Review of Books (07 Sep 2017). Blog Entry.

Sullivan, Esther (2017) Manufactured homeowners live at risk of eviction - state policies can improve housing insecurity or make it worse. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Oct 2017). Website.

Sullivan, Katie and Delaney, Helen (2017) Does God want female entrepreneurs to have it all? LSE Business Review (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Sullivan, Paul (2017) Harry Potter meets prototypes for policy-making: the global public policy network conference 2017. LSE Institute of Public Affairs Blog (17 Mar 2017). Website.

Sultan, Maged (2017) Taiz youth: Between conflict and political participation. Middle East Centre Blog (08 Jun 2017). Website.

Sumich, Jason (2017) Book review: the despot’s accomplice: how the West isaiding and abetting the decline of democracy by Brian Klaas. Africa at LSE (06 Jan 2017). Website.

Sunstein, Cass R. (2017) A prison of our own design: divided democracy in the age of social media. Democratic Audit UK (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Surridge, Paula, McAndrew, Siobhan and Begum, Neema (2017) Social capital and belonging: the 'citizens of somewhere' are more likely to be pro-EU. LSE Brexit (13 Nov 2017). Website.

Sutherland, Claire (2017) The European ideal has sunk to the bottom of the Mediterranean with the migrants it rejects. LSE Brexit (23 May 2017). Website.

Suttmann-Lea, Mara (2017) As a true outsider, what Trump’s presidency will look like is anybody’s guess. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Jan 2017). Website.

Suttmann-Lea, Mara (2017) Profound partisanship, rather than early voting, may have guaranteed Greg Gianforte’s success in Montana amidst assault charges. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Jun 2017). Website.

Sutton, April, Bosky, Amanda and Muller, Chandra (2017) How high school training for work in blue-collar communities helps manufacture workplace gender inequality. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Swain, Geoffrey (2017) LSE RB feature essay: the centenary of the Russian Revolution by Geoffrey Swain. LSE Review of Books (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Swan, Sean (2017) Joint sovereignty? The implications of a snap election for Northern Ireland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2017). Website.

Swan, Sean (2017) Scotland and the myth of the 'Corbyn bounce'. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Swan, Sean (2017) Three reasons why Brexit has failed to boost support for Scottish independence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Feb 2017). Website.

Swan, Sean (2017) Why has Brexit failed to boost support for Scottish independence? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Feb 2017). Website.

Swan, Sean (2017) Will Richard Leonard’s election mark a definitive turning point for Scottish Labour? British Politics and Policy Blog (24 Nov 2017). Website.

Swan, Sean (2017) A democratic outrage: Scotland’s constitutional position and Brexit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Mar 2017). Website.

Swan, Sean (2017) The real SNP 'peak' is yet to come - if Conference deals successfully with two key issues. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Oct 2017). Website.

Sweeney, Christine (2017) Book Review: Basic Income: And How We Can Make It Happen by Guy Standing. LSE Review of Books (05 Jul 2017). Website.

Sweeney, Christine (2017) Book review: masculinity, femininity and american political behavior by Monika McDermott. LSE Review of Books (11 May 2017). Website.

Sweeney, Christine (2017) LSE Lit Fest 2017 book review: step up: confidence, success and your stellar career in 10 minutes a day by Phanella Mayall Fine and Alice Olins. LSE Review of Books (27 Feb 2017). Website.

Sweeney, David (2017) Credit for research outputs should go to the originating institution but with a transitional arrangement for this REF cycle. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (25 Jul 2017). Website.

Swers, Michele L. (2017) Cracks in Republican unity between Trump and Congress are already beginning to show. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Jan 2017). Website.

Sykes, Martin (2017) Retirement: are you looking forward to it.. or fearing it? LSE Behavioural Science (21 Apr 2017). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2017) Can Donald Tusk save Poland's weak and divided opposition? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Nov 2017). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2017) Explaining the popularity of Poland's law and justice government. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2017) How is the European migration crisis affecting Polish politics? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 Jul 2017). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2017) How will Poland approach the Brexit negotiations? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Mar 2017). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2017) Poland’s parliamentary crisis could reach a tipping point by mid-January. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Jan 2017). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks (2017) Should the EU be concerned about a possible 'Polexit'? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (08 Sep 2017). Website.

Szczerbiak, Aleks and Taggart, Paul (2017) How has Brexit, and other EU crises, affected party Euroscepticism across Europe? LSE Brexit (12 Oct 2017). Website.

Sørensen, Carsten (2017) The iPhone X in context. LSE Business Review (05 Oct 2017). Website.

Sørensen, Rune J. (2017) Evidence from Norway: how public broadcasters influence voting behaviour. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Feb 2017). Website.

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Talbot, Colin (2017) No longer welcome: the EU academics in Britain told to ‘make arrangements to leave’. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Talbot, Colin (2017) No longer welcome: the EU academics in Britain told to “make arrangements to leave”. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Tambini, Damian (2017) Online Campaigning – Averting a Crisis. Media Policy Blog (01 Apr 2017). Website.

Tambini, Damian (2017) Where now for media reform in the UK? Media Policy Blog (05 Jan 2017). Website.

Tambini, Damian (2017) Who benefits from using the term ‘fake news’? Media Policy Blog (07 Apr 2017). Website.

Tambini, Damian, Anastead, Nick and Magalhães, João Carlos (2017) How the Liberal Democrats are using Facebook ads to court ‘remainers’. Media Policy Blog (24 May 2017). Website.

Tambini, Damian, Anstead, Nick and Magalhães, João Carlos (2017) Is the Conservative Party deliberately distributing fake news in attack ads on Facebook? Media Policy Blog (07 Jun 2017). Website.

Tambini, Damian, Anstead, Nick and Magalhães, João Carlos (2017) Labour’s advertising campaign on Facebook (or “Don’t Mention the War”). Media Policy Blog (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Tambini, Damian, Anstead, Nick and Magalhães, João Carlos (2017) Labour’s advertising campaign on Facebook (or “Don’t Mention the War”). Media Policy Blog (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Tamibini, Damian (2017) How advertising fuels fake news. Media Policy Blog (24 Feb 2017). Website.

Tamma-Hastings, Dan (2017) The exploding popularity of RegTech. LSE Business Review (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Tammas-Hastings, Dan (2017) Could the EU's new data regulation be the catalyst for a more ethical social media? LSE Business Review (01 Sep 2017). Website.

Tammas-Hastings, Dan (2017) Robo-advice in ten points - asset management on the cusp of dramatic change. LSE Business Review (13 Oct 2017). Website.

Tammas-Hastings, Dan (2017) ‘WealthTech’: The challenges facing the wealth management industry. LSE Business Review (16 Jun 2017). Website.

Tammas-Hastings, Dan (2017) The exploding popularity of RegTech. LSE Business Review (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Tamzil, Cazadira Fediva (2017) Truth for Giulio Regeni!: Tragedy, complex complicity and the pursuit of effective transnational advocacy. LSE Department of Government Blog (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Taneja, Kabir (2017) India's foreign policy in West Asia: managing the three poles of power. South Asia @ LSE (18 Sep 2017). Website.

Tannam, Etain (2017) Brexit’s implications for Northern Ireland may be destabilising, but not fatal. LSE Brexit (06 Apr 2017). Website.

Tannam, Etain (2017) Cracks are beginning to appear in British-Irish relations. LSE Brexit (26 Jul 2017). Website.

Tannam, Etain (2017) Theresa May's Florence speech and Northern Ireland: subtle change? LSE Brexit (29 Sep 2017). Website.

Tannous, Laurie and Hayward, Katy (2017) Softening a hard border: lessons from North America for post-Brexit Ireland. LSE Brexit (05 Sep 2017). Website.

Tarsi, Melinda R., Rhodes, Jesse H. and Nteta, Tatishe M. (2017) Presidents more likely to represent the concerns of white Americans than black Americans in speeches, yet Obama proves to be exception to rule. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Jun 2017). Website.

Tattersall, Andy (2017) Book review: communicating your research with social media: a practical guide to using blogs, podcasts, data visualisations and video by Amy Mollett, Cheryl Brumley, Chris Gilson and Sierra Williams. LSE Review of Books (21 Jul 2017). Website.

Tattersall, Andy (2017) Disentangling the academic web: what might have been learnt from discogs and IMDB. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Feb 2017). Website.

Tattersall, Andy (2017) Following the success of the learning technologist, is it time for a research equivalent? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Mar 2017). Website.

Tatum, Dale C. (2017) How a failed 17th century rebellion can help explain Donald Trump's election victory. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Taylor, Claire (2017) Using social media to curate digital artworks can lead to increased and more dynamic public participation and engagement. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Apr 2017). Website.

Taylor, Claire and Thornton, Niamh (2017) “Writing sprints” can facilitate collaboration and encourage new ways of thinking about academic writing. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Jun 2017). Website.

Taylor, Elanor (2017) Book review: Carl Gillett // reduction and emergence in science and philosophy. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. ISSN 0007-0882

Taylor, Ian (2017) Book review: India and China in Africa: a comparative perspective of the oil industry by Raj Verma. South Asia @ LSE (16 Jun 2017). Website.

Taylor, Lucy (2017) Levantando el velo de la bondad: "la amistad" y el colonialismo de asentamiento en la Patagonia galesa de Argentina. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (07 Nov 2017). Website.

Taylor, Lucy (2017) Lifting the veil of kindness: 'friendship' and settler colonialism in Argentina's Welsh Patagonia. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (06 Sep 2017). Website.

Taylor, Rebecca, Rees, James and Damm, Christopher (2017) Welfare to work initiatives: understanding the politics of subcontracted service delivery. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Taylor, Rebecca, Rees, James and Damm, Christopher (2017) Welfare to work initiatives: understanding the politics of subcontracted service delivery. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Tedesco, Laura (2017) The dam is burst: Trump has legitimised the politically incorrect. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Teixeira, Ligia (2017) How the third sector can convince people that homelessness can be tackled. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Sep 2017). Website.

Tellis, Ashley J. and Campion, Sonali (2017) “The new bipolarity between the US and China poses challenges for India” – Ashley Tellis. South Asia @ LSE (19 Apr 2017). Website.

Temple, Luke (2017) To fend off populism, we must stop believing in the will of the people. Democratic Audit UK (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Tennant, Jon (2017) What are the barriers to post-publication peer review? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Tennant, Jon, Graziotin, Daniel and Kearns, Sarah (2017) We have the technology to save peer review - now it is up to our communities to implement it. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (11 Sep 2017). Website.

Terry, Chris (2017) Who’s going to hold the new metro mayors to account? Democratic Audit UK (03 May 2017). Website.

Terry, Lucy (2017) How collaboration can boost productivity in public services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Tesche, Tobias (2017) Europe's Banking Union: what progress has been made? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Tewari, Falguni (2017) Paradiplomacy and the Teesta river water dispute: national interest vs regionalism. South Asia @ LSE (09 Apr 2017). Website.

Thakur, Dushyant (2017) Clean India mission: towards the right to sanitation as a human right? LSE Human Rights Blog (29 May 2017). Website.

Thaneshwar, Bhusal (2017) Breaking the silence: returning to local elections in Nepal. South Asia @ LSE (02 Mar 2017). Website.

Tharoor, Shashi and Campion, Sonali (2017) “To give the British credit for things that were never intended to benefit India is a mistake” – Shashi Tharoor. South Asia @ LSE (22 Mar 2017). Website.

Thebe Limbu, Sangita (2017) What works? Breaking silence on menstrual stigma and taboos. South Asia @ LSE (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Thelwall, Mike (2017) Mendeley reader counts offer early evidence of the scholarly impact of academic articles. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Jan 2017). Website.

Thomas, Lorrin (2017) Like most Americans, Trump is ignorant of the truth about Puerto Rico. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Oct 2017). Website.

Thompson, Helen (2017) Why oil matters for British politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Oct 2017). Website.

Thompson, Matthew J. and Smith, Chris M. (2017) Citizen science and crowdsourced data collection, not government statistics, provide the most reliable count of citizen fatalities by police. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (05 May 2017). Website.

Thompson, Noel (2017) Creating an ideal citizenry: the perorations of twentieth-century Budget speeches. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Thomson, Jennifer (2017) Free abortions in England will not remove the fundamental injustice Northern Irish women suffer. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Jul 2017). Website.

Thomson, Jennifer (2017) Free abortions in England will not remove the fundamental injustice Northern Irish women suffer. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Thomson, Pat (2017) What should ECRs and PhDers consider when choosing a conference? Purpose, cost, and motivation. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Sep 2017). Website.

Thornton, LaDonna M., Esper, Terry L. and Autry, Chad W. (2017) The crucial role of politically savvy supply chain managers for internal integration. LSE Business Review (24 Apr 2017). Website.

Thouaille, Marie-Alix (2017) The ideal PhD researcher has no baggage. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Tierney, Stephen (2017) A second independence referendum in Scotland: the legal issues. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) (14 Mar 2017). Website.

Titov, Alexander (2017) The timing is just right for Navalny to challenge Putin’s regime. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Jun 2017). Website.

Tiyou, Tony (2017) The five biggest solar markets in Africa. Africa at LSE (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Toman, Eric (2017) Developing social science identities in interdisciplinary research and education. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (12 Jan 2017). Website.

Tomaney, John (2017) Book Review: Fossil Capital: The Rise of Steam Power and the Roots of Global Warming by Andreas Malm. LSE Review of Books (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Tomaney, John (2017) Book review: Britain’s cities, Britain’s future by Mike Emmerich. LSE Review of Books (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Tomaney, John (2017) Book review: from boom to bubble: how finance built the new Chicago by Rachel Weber. LSE Review of Books (04 May 2017). Website.

Tomaney, John (2017) Book review: rethinking the economics of land and housing by Josh Ryan-Collins, Toby Lloyd and Laurie Macfarlane. LSE Review of Books (04 Sep 2017). Website.

Tomaney, John (2017) Book review: the great Labour unrest: rank-and-file movements and political change in Durham coalfield by Lewis Mates. LSE Review of Books (10 Feb 2017). Website.

Tomaney, John (2017) Fossil capital: the rise of steam power and the roots of global warming - Book Review. LSE Business Review (09 Jul 2017). Website.

Tomic, Slobodan (2017) Doping in world sport: the real issue is that we still don’t know who to blame for anti-doping failures. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Jan 2017). Website.

Tomic, Slobodan (2017) Long read review: crisis in sports governance: exploring anti-doping policy and other battlegrounds (part one). LSE Review of Books (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Tomic, Slobodan (2017) Long read review: crisis in sports governance: exploring anti-doping policy and other battlegrounds (part two). LSE Review of Books (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Tomlinson, Jim (2017) Brexit: blame it on the loss of industrial jobs, not on globalisation. LSE Business Review (28 Apr 2017). Website.

Topinka, Robert (2017) What can Coronation Street tell us about politics? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Topinka, Robert (2017) What can Coronation Street tell us about politics? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2017). Website.

Toshkov, Dimiter (2017) The EU is extraordinarily complex. But do we want to simplify it? LSE Brexit (20 Oct 2017). Website.

Toshkov, Dimiter (2017) There is no evidence of a structural East-West divide in the EU. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Mar 2017). Website.

Toshkov, Dimiter (2017) Why it's not so simple to make the EU simpler. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Oct 2017). Website.

Toubeau, Simon (2017) The EU must step in if Spain and Catalonia are to negotiate an end to the crisis. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Oct 2017). Website.

Toubiana, Madeline and Zietsma, Charlene (2017) Social media echo chambers create serious issues for organisations. LSE Business Review Blog (09 Nov 2017). Website.

Touchton, Michael, Borges Sugiyama, Natasha and Wampler, Brian (2017) The Brazilian experience: democracy, at its fullest, saves lives. Democratic Audit UK (19 May 2017). Website.

Toygür, Ilke (2017) Turkish constitutional referendum preview: a polarised society at a crossroads. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Apr 2017). Website.

Traill, Helen (2017) Book review: engaged urbanism: cities and methodologies edited by Ben Campkin and Ger Duijzings. LSE Review of Books (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Traill, Helen (2017) Book review: re:development: voices, cyanotypes and writings from the green backyard edited by Jessie Brennan. LSE Review of Books (14 Jul 2017). Website.

Treadway, Jon (2017) Our current conceptualisation of peer review must be expanded if we're to realise the greatest innovations. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Sep 2017). Website.

Trelstad, Brian (2017) The challenge for impact investing is management, not measurement. LSE Business Review (02 Mar 2017). Website.

Triantaphyllou, Dimitris (2017) Greek-Turkish relations and the perceptions of their elites. LSE Greece@LSE (31 Jan 2017). Website.

Trigg, Dylan (2017) Lost in the supermarket. The Forum (17 Apr 2017). Website.

Troitiño, David Ramiro, Färber, Karoline and Boiro, Anni (2017) Mitterrand and the great European design—from the Cold War to the European Union. Baltic Journal of European Studies, 7 (2). pp. 132-147. ISSN 2228-0596

Tsakatika, Myrto (2017) Assessing Syriza’s two years in power: how successful has the party been in office? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Tse, Terence, Esposito, Mark and Goh, Danny (2017) Humans and artificial intelligence: Rivalry or romance? LSE Business Review (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Tsiftsoglou, Anna (2017) Brexit and the ECJ: If the UK plays in EU territory, it has to accept EU rules and referees. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Jul 2017). Website.

Tsiftsoglou, Anna (2017) Why May can't have it all: the ECJ and the Brexit rules of (dis-)engagement. LSE Brexit (Jul 2017). Website.

Tsygankov, Andrei P. (2017) Andrei Tsygankov: “The US establishment, not the Kremlin, is undermining normalisation with Russia”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Jan 2017). Website.

Tulumello, Simone (2017) Semi-quantitative mapping in comparative case-study research: Resources, constraints and research design adaptation. Field Research Method Lab Blog (07 Feb 2017). Website.

Turculet, Georgiana (2017) The language of nationalism: what to make of the leaked immigration plans. LSE Brexit (21 Sep 2017). Website.

Turner, Bryan S. (2017) Religion and the modernization of the body. Religion and the Public Sphere (11 May 2017). Website.

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Udani, Adriano (2017) The take up of E-Verify programs shows that state officials prefer the highly skilled over temporary immigrant workers with lower skills. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Udani, Adriano and Kimball, David (2017) Perceptions of voter fraud are boosted by many Americans' hostility towards immigrants. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (04 Oct 2017). Website.

Umit, Resul (2017) Most British MPs used to avoid tweeting about the EU, leaving Eurosceptics to fill the gap. LSE Brexit (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Umit, Resul (2017) Most British MPs used to avoid tweeting about the EU, leaving Eurosceptics to fill the gap. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Uprety, Sudeep (2017) Do numbers tell the real story of gender based violence in Nepal? South Asia @ LSE (25 Oct 2017). Website.

Usherwood, Simon (2017) Will Christmas come early in the Brexit negotiations? British Politics and Policy Blog (11 Nov 2017). Website.

Utych, Stephen M. (2017) As Donald Trump has shown, words matter in how voters make political decisions. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Uzor, Eustace (2017) Enhancing Tax Collection Efficiency and Compliance in Nigeria: The role of behavioural economics. Africa at LSE (20 Mar 2017). Website.

Uzor, Eustace (2017) Reducing incentives for fiscal indiscipline at Nigeria’ssubnational government level. Africa at LSE (16 Jan 2017). Website.

Uzor, Eustace (2017) Tackling Corruption in Nigeria through Public Service Reforms. Africa at LSE (15 Mar 2017). Website.

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Vakilifathi, Mona (2017) Term-limited legislators use lawmaking to keep a closer hold on policy implementation. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Oct 2017). Website.

Valdez, Inés (2017) Donald Trump is expanding a system of immigration enforcement which already punishes immigrants and makes them vulnerable. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Mar 2017). Website.

Valdur, Mari (2017) Book review: before and after gender: sexual mythologies of everyday life by Marilyn Strathern. LSE Review of Books (07 Apr 2017). Website.

Van Ingen, Michiel (2017) Conflict studies and causality: critical realism and the nomothetic/idiographic divide in the study of civil war. Civil Wars, 18 (4). pp. 387-416. ISSN 1369-8249

Van Ingen, Michiel (2017) Higher education staff and students should support the One Day Without Us protest. LSE Brexit (08 Feb 2017). Website.

Van Vechten, Renée (2017) How California could be the launching pad for the Democrats' 2020 presidential nominee. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (20 Sep 2017). Website.

Vanden Berghe, Bruno (2017) Enforceability of OECD Linking Rules in the Light of EU Law. LSE Law Review, 2. pp. 63-92. ISSN 2516-4058

Vaughan, Tom (2017) Book review: cultural politics of targeted killing: on drones, counter-insurgency and violence by Kyle Grayson. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (12 Nov 2017). Website.

Vaughan, Tom (2017) Book review: uranium by Anthony Burke. LSE Review of Books (14 Sep 2017). Website.

Veenendaal, Wouter (2017) The curious case of Liechtenstein: A country caught between a prince and democracy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Jan 2017). Website.

Vela, Blerim (2017) Five lessons from the mayoral run-off elections in Kosovo. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Nov 2017). Website.

Velasco, Jesus (2017) Unsurprisingly, Mexicans held a much more favourable view towards the United States before Trump. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Velasco, Jesus (2017) The rise of Donald Trump shows the need for a deeper understanding of the US in Mexico and elsewhere. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (16 Feb 2017). Website.

Velasco, Jesús (2017) Unsurprisingly, Mexicans held a much more favourable view towards the United States before Trump. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Velázquez Quiroz, Roberto (2017) Chile's 'second transition': the persistent politics of memory in the 2017 presidential election. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (16 Nov 2017). Website.

Venis, Sarah (2017) MSF Scientific Days 2017: improving the effectiveness of humanitarian programmes through scientific research and innovation. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 May 2017). Website.

Venson-Moitoi, Pelonomi (2017) From conversation to action: the role of women empowerment in transforming Africa. Africa at LSE (10 Jan 2017). Website.

Venters, Will and Sørensen, Carsten (2017) Naps in the office - perhaps the secret of China's digital success? LSE Business Review (Oct 2017). Website.

Verma, Raj (2017) Author response: India and China in Africa: a comparative perspective of the oil industry by Raj Verma. South Asia @ LSE (30 Jun 2017). Website.

Verma, Raj (2017) Book Review: Modi's world: expanding India's sphere of influence by C. Raja Mohan. South Asia @ LSE (21 Jul 2017). Website.

Verma, Raj (2017) Book review: China and the new Maoists by Kerry Brown and Simone Van Nieuwenhuizen. LSE Review of Books (12 Jan 2017). Website.

Verma, Raj (2017) Book review: the US Pivot and Indian foreign policy: Asia's evolving balance of power by Harsh V. Pant and Yogesh Joshi. South Asia @ LSE (15 Sep 2017). Website.

Vertelytė, Mantė and Jarmack, Sarita Fae (2017) Book review: ties that bind: race and the politics of friendship in South Africa edited by Shannon Walsh and Jon Soske. LSE Review of Books (25 Sep 2017). Website.

Veseli, Kadri and EUROPP, LSE (2017) Kadri Veseli: “Kosovo needs an army – we are worried about increasing Russian influence, the rise of extremism and Serbian provocations”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 Apr 2017). Website.

Victor, Jennifer Nicoll (2017) Parties are more likely to form coalitions with groups that are like them and show loyalty, but not those that are rich. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Mar 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Catherine Wines: ‘International remittances help people directly’. LSE Business Review Blog (03 Nov 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Clarence Blay: 'Ghana has 140,000 mobile money agents versus 1,300 bank branches'. LSE Business Review (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Crimson Rose: ‘Burning Man shows people a different way of looking at what they do’. LSE Business Review Blog (30 Nov 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Edward George: 'Banks are in danger of becoming utilities'. LSE Business Review (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Edward George: ‘Banks are in danger of becoming utilities. LSE Business Review (31 Oct 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Gaurav Dhillon: ‘The cloud is safer than any other form of managing data applications’. LSE Business Review Blog (21 Nov 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Hacking the market: Systemic contagion from cybersecurity breaches. LSE Business Review Blog (27 Nov 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Joseph Kahn: ‘We’re not talking about news, we’re talking about fraud’. LSE Business Review Blog (20 Nov 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Julian David: 'We need to get the data issue right in the Brexit negotiations'. LSE Business Review Blog (23 Nov 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Kate Brodock: ‘Some Silicon Valley firms are leaders in parental leave’. LSE Business Review (20 May 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Marc DaCosta: “Define your problem, then look at the data, not the other way around”. LSE Business Review (25 May 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Melonee Wise: ‘Robot adoption will grow faster in semi-structured environments’. LSE Business Review (15 May 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Naveen Jain: ‘If we can learn to live on the moon we can live anywhere in space’. LSE Business Review (11 May 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Nico Sell: ‘Stop giving away all your information for free on Facebook'. LSE Business Review (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Nicole Eagan: “Cybersecurity is very fast becoming an all-out arms race”. LSE Business Review (13 May 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Robert Scoble: ‘The coming wave of technology will really change human life’. LSE Business Review (23 May 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Rolf Dobelli: 'People will say about you what they want. Treat it as white noise.'. LSE Business Review (27 Oct 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Sasha Hoffman: ‘Autonomous cars are just one piece of a much larger equation’. LSE Business Review (31 May 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Surviving the global information security war. LSE Business Review (18 May 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) Torbjörn Holmström: ‘We add automation when it helps our customers’ bottom line’. LSE Business Review (22 May 2017). Website.

Vieira, Helena (2017) William Murphy: ‘We need change management to help people with new technology’. LSE Business Review (16 May 2017). Website.

Vieira, Jordan (2017) Book Review – Volunteer Economies: The Politics and Ethics of Voluntary Labour in Africa, edited by Ruth Prince and Hannah Brown. Africa at LSE (21 Apr 2017). Website.

Vincent, Ben (2017) Book review: risk, power and inequality in the 21st century by Dean Curran. LSE Review of Books (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Vincent, Peter (2017) Introducing Canary Haz: discovering article PDFs with one click. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (06 Jun 2017). Website.

Virgo, Philip (2017) Surviving the global information security war. LSE Business Review (18 May 2017). Website.

Visalvanich, Neil (2017) Voters are more likely to support Asian-American candidates in American elections. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (22 Feb 2017). Website.

Vitaud, Laetitia (2017) Co-workers and makers: New public policies and corporate strategies for the city. LSE Business Review (09 May 2017). Website.

Vitiello, Thomas (2017) Understanding the campaign dynamics of the French presidential election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (12 May 2017). Website.

Vittori, Davide (2017) Is social democracy facing extinction in Europe? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Vittori, Davide (2017) Is social democracy facing extinction in Europe? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Jul 2017). Website.

Vlachopoulos, Dimitrios and Makri, Agoritsa (2017) The use of games and simulations in higher education can improve students' cognitive and behavioural skills. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Oct 2017). Website.

Vollaard, Hans (2017) Final look at the Dutch election: a campaign of limited drama looks set to produce a remarkably fragmented parliament. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) (15 Mar 2017). Website.

Vraga, Emily (2017) Expert organizations can be effective in correcting health misinformation on social media. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Oct 2017). Website.

Vries, Gerdien de (2017) Some tech devices try but fail to make us minimize our carbon footprint. LSE Business Review (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Vukovic, Vuk and Lahdelma, Ilona (2017) New election prediction: Macron will win, but the race will be closer than opinion polls suggest. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (06 May 2017). Website.

Vuksanovic, Vuk (2017) Nuclear weapons dominate North Korea's foreign and domestic policy; diplomatic engagement is the only way to encourage regime change. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (26 Sep 2017). Website.

Vuksanovic, Vuk (2017) Rex Tillerson may be a Secretary of State with little influence on US foreign policy. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Vézina, Pierre-Louis (2017) Brexit will inevitably hurt UK exports, slowly but surely. LSE Brexit (09 May 2017). Website.

van Kessel, Stijn (2017) Geert Wilders is no longer so keen on pushing for a ‘Nexit’ – and it’s because Dutch people don’t want it. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Mar 2017). Website.

van Kessel, Stijn (2017) No domino effect: Brexit is close to constituting a non-issue in European politics. LSE Brexit (11 Oct 2017). Website.

van Kessel, Stijn (2017) There has been no domino effect - Brexit is close to constituting a non-issue in European politics. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Oct 2017). Website.

van Klinken, Adriaan (2017) Beyond African religious homophobia: how Christianity is a source of African LGBT activism. Religion and the public Sphere (01 Jun 2017). Website.

van Liere, Lucien (2017) Whether he wins or not, Geert Wilders has successfully managed to put Islam at the centre of the Dutch elections. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Feb 2017). Website.

van Vliet, Pim (2017) Debunking the investment myth that high risks yield high returns. LSE Business Review (17 Jan 2017). Website.

von Ondarza, Nicolai and Scheler, Ronja (2017) The High Representative’s ‘double hat’: how Mogherini and Ashton have differed in their links with the Commission. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) (16 Mar 2017). Website.

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Wade, Robert Hunter (2017) Empire spawned a new economic paradigm. International Development (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Wadsworth, Jonathan (2017) Post-Brexit work visa quotas on EU nationals will likely favour graduates. LSE Business Review (27 Jun 2017). Website.

Wager, Alan (2017) Redefining the political landscape: here’s how a Progressive Alliance could work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 May 2017). Website.

Waheed Jamali, Abdul (2017) Protecting small farmers in Pakistan in the wake of the new seed Act. South Asia @ LSE (13 Jun 2017). Website.

Waldman, Simon A. and Caliskan, Emre (2017) The archipelago of press restriction in Turkey. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (12 Jun 2017). Website.

Walker, Martin (2017) Blockchain and bitcoin: In search of a critique. LSE Business Review (30 Oct 2017). Website.

Walker, Martin (2017) ‘Ledger Nirvana’ in trade processing either doesn’t exist or is aeons away. LSE Business Review (26 May 2017). Website.

Walker, Martin (2017) Seven signs of over-hyped Fintech. LSE Business Review (04 Jul 2017). Website.

Walker, Martin (2017) Seven signs of over-hyped Fintech. LSE Business Review (04 Jul 2017). Website.

Walsh, Matt (2017) Understanding Labour’s ingenious campaign strategy on Facebook. British Politics and Policy Blog (10 Nov 2017). Website.

Walter, Stefanie (2017) Europeans support the EU's hard line in the Brexit negotiations. LSE Brexit (23 Oct 2017). Website.

Walter, Stefanie (2017) Survey evidence: Europeans support the EU's hard line in the Brexit negotiations. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Oct 2017). Website.

Wang, Mengjie, Sugden, Robert and Zizzo, Daniel (2017) Shoppers under pressure shun time-limited offers. LSE Business Review (08 May 2017). Website.

Wang, Xianwen (2017) Tracking the digital footprints to scholarly articles: the fast accumulation and rapid decay of social media referrals. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (14 Feb 2017). Website.

Ward, Bob (2017) Universities under purdah: maintaining impartiality or restricting academic freedom? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 May 2017). Website.

Ward, Bob (2017) The extension and successes of California's cap-and-trade programme suggests the future of US climate policy may not be so bleak. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Jul 2017). Website.

Warner, Neil, Pitts, Frederick Harry and Lombardozzi, Lorena (2017) Why Basic Income alone will not be a panacea to social insecurity. British Policy and Politics at LSE (05 Sep 2017). Blog Entry.

Warner, Neil, Pitts, Frederick Harry and Lombardozzi, Lorena (2017) Why a basic income alone will not be a panacea to social insecurity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Sep 2017). Website.

Warren, Michael (2017) Book review: caring for strangers: Filipino medical workers in Asia by Megha Amrith. LSE Review of Books (08 Jun 2017). Website.

Warren, Michael (2017) Book review: the conversational firm: rethinking bureaucracy in the age of social media by Catherine J. Turco. LSE Review of Books (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Watson, Matthew (2017) Machonomics: George Osborne’s legacy to UK macroeconomic governance. British Politics and Policy Blog (20 Nov 2017). Website.

Waugh, Chris (2017) Book review: vulnerability in resistance edited by Judith Butler, Zeynep Gambetti and Leticia Sabsay. LSE Review of Books (04 Jan 2017). Website.

Weale, Albert (2017) If you believe Brexit is a mistake, you have a democratic duty to oppose it. Democratic Audit UK (31 Mar 2017). Website.

Weale, Albert (2017) If you believe Brexit is a mistake, you have a democratic duty to oppose it. LSE Brexit (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Webb, Paul (2017) Book review: writers’ rights: freelance journalism in a digital age by Nicole S. Cohen. LSE Review of Books (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Webb, Paul, Scarrow, Susan E. and Poguntke, Thomas (2017) New parties, new movements: but how much say do party members get? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Sep 2017). Website.

Weber, Matthias and Schram, Arthur (2017) Economists used to think that it doesn't matter whom you tax, but it does. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Nov 2017). Website.

Weber, Matthias and Schram, Arthur (2017) Economists used to think that it doesn’t matter whom you tax, but it does. LSE Business Review Blog (15 Nov 2017). Website.

Webster, Keith (2017) Reimagining the role of the library in the digital age: changing the use of space and navigating the information landscape. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Feb 2017). Website.

Webster, Peter (2017) Book review: the new Elizabethan age. Culture, society and national identity after World War II edited by Irene Morra and Rob Gossedge. LSE Review of Books (17 Feb 2017). Website.

Webster, Peter (2017) The New Elizabethan Age: Culture, Society and National Identity after World War II. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Feb 2017). Website.

Webster, Steven W. (2017) Why Republicans and Democrats can no longer 'just get along'. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Nov 2017). Website.

Weinstein, Adam (2017) What US policymakers can learn about Iran from the life and death of Rafsanjani. Middle East Centre Blog (11 Jan 2017). Website.

Weiss, Alan (2017) If work stresses you out, give yourself permission to take control. LSE Business Review (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Weiss, Alan (2017) If work stresses you out, give yourself permission to take control. LSE Business Review (07 Jul 2017). Website.

Weissenborn, Frederik (2017) Book review: urban re-industrialization edited by Krzysztof Nawratek. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (29 Oct 2017). Website.

Weisskircher, Manès (2017) The European Citizens’ Initiative is five years old – and it has been no step forward for EU democracy. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Apr 2017). Website.

Weisskircher, Manès (2017) Six things to know about the German election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Sep 2017). Website.

Weisskircher, Manès and Bergman, Matthew E. (2017) Austria's election: four things to know about the result. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Oct 2017). Website.

Weitershausen, Inez von (2017) The German reaction to Theresa May’s speech: A mixed response to ‘hard Brexit’. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Wenham, Clare (2017) What we have learnt about the World Health Organization from the Ebola outbreak. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 372 (1721). ISSN 0962-8436

Wenyan Ma, Winston (2017) The Chinese have transitioned directly to a mobile-only era. LSE Business Review (19 Jan 2017). Website.

Wenzelburger, Georg (2017) Law and order in the '90s: why Blair and Schröder implemented very different policies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Oct 2017). Website.

Wheatley, Jonathan (2017) The “empty centre”: how voters’ views have polarised since 2015. Democratic Audit UK (07 Jun 2017). Website.

Whiteley, Paul, Clarke, Harold D. and Goodwin, Matthew (2017) Was this a Brexit election after all? Tracking party support among Leave and Remain voters. LSE Brexit (15 Jun 2017). Website.

Whiteley, Paul, Clarke, Harold D. and Stewart, Marianne (2017) How the Conservatives’ austerity rhetoric won them GE2015, and almost cost them GE2017. British Politics and Policy Blog (29 Nov 2017). Website.

Whiting, Matthew (2017) One step closer to a united Ireland? Explaining Sinn Féin’s electoral success. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2017). Website.

Widfeldt, Anders (2017) UKIP giveth and UKIP taketh away: why Brexit may prove an electoral dead end for the Tories. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jul 2017). Website.

Wiggins, Joe (2017) Do emotions overwhelm probability in decision making? LSE Behavioural Science (28 Apr 2017). Website.

Wignaraja, Ganeshan and Campion, Sonali (2017) “Increased connectivity and economic integration between South and Southeast Asia would create significant opportunities for both regions” – Ganeshan Wignaraja. South Asia @ LSE (26 Apr 2017). Website.

Wilby, Mercedes (2017) "Bathroom bills" don't take into account that gender isn't always clear cut. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (13 Sep 2017). Website.

Wilkinson, Betina Cutaia and Bingham, Natasha (2017) Southern Blacks who feel powerless and disadvantaged are less likely to support immigration. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Apr 2017). Website.

Wilkinson, Clare (2017) Where's the evidence? Obstacles to impact-gathering and how researchers might be better supported in future. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Oct 2017). Website.

Willems, Auke (2017) How EU law came to the fore in the Catalan independence debate - and what it means for Carles Puigdemont. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (30 Nov 2017). Website.

Willetts, David (2017) How longitudinal analysis helps us understand why the younger generation’s living standards are faltering. British Politics and Policy Blog (01 Nov 2017). Website.

Williams, Helen K. R. (2017) Ever evolving: Metadata Services and repository involvement at LSE. Catalogue and Index (187). pp. 2-4. ISSN 2399-9667

Williams, Helen K. R. (2017) Much Ado About Everything meets Agile Sprints. In: Taxonomy Boot Camp London 2017, 2017-10-17 - 2017-10-18. (Submitted)

Williams, Katherine (2017) Book review: crimes unspoken: the rape of German women at the end of the Second World War by Miriam Gebhardt. LSE Review of Books (09 May 2017). Website.

Williams, Katherine (2017) Book review: messengers of the right: conservative media and the transformation of American politics by Nicole Hemmer. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (17 Sep 2017). Website.

Williams, Katherine (2017) LSE Lit Fest 2017 book review: Red Ellen: the life of Ellen Wilkinson, socialist, feminist, internationalist by Laura Beers. LSE Review of Books (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Williams, Katherine (2017) Red Ellen: The Life of Ellen Wilkinson, Socialist, Feminist, Internationalist. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Feb 2017). Website.

Williams, Matt (2017) How Parliament's failure to clearly articulate immigration policy forces judges to take control. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jul 2017). Website.

Williams, Mike and Oliver, Tim (2017) In 2017 and beyond, the UK-US Special Relationship will be caught between a Trump Rock and a Brexit Hard Place. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2017). Website.

Williams, Sierra (2017) Science is a social process: facilitating community interactions across the research lifecycle. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Apr 2017). Website.

Williams, Thomas Christie (2017) Book review: metrics: what counts in global health edited by Vincanne Adams. LSE Review of Books (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Williams, Thomas Christie (2017) Long read review: drug dealer, MD: how doctors were duped, patients got hooked and why it’s so hard to stop by Anna Lembke. LSE Review of Books (22 Mar 2017). Website.

Williamson, Ben and Rutherford, Alasdair (2017) ClassDojo poses data protection concerns for parents. Parenting for a Digital Future (04 Jan 2017). Website.

Willoughby, Syerramia (2017) Land conflict mapping tools. Africa at LSE (Jul 2017). Website.

Willoughby, Syerramia (2017) Land conflict mapping tools. Africa at LSE Blog (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Wilmott, Annabelle (2017) The media’s visual securitisation and dehumanisation of refugees. International Development (21 Feb 2017). Website.

Wilson, David Carl (2017) Can philosophy teach us anything about leadership and management? LSE Business Review (29 May 2017). Website.

Wilson, Emma (2017) LSE Lit Fest 2017 Book Review: Ctrl Alt Delete: how I grew up online by Emma Gannon. LSE Review of Books (20 Feb 2017). Website.

Wilson, Emma, Roger, Kris and Ney, Sarah (2017) The Clement House rotunda project: an evaluation of six informal learning spaces at LSE. . Learning Technology and Innovation, The London School of Economic and Political Science, London, UK.

Wilson, Gary (2017) Book review: the Holocaust: a new history by Laurence Rees. LSE Review of Books (20 Jun 2017). Website.

Wilson, Neil (2017) Metadata is the key to collaboration and a national bibliographic knowledgebase. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (2017). Website.

Windridge, Oliver (2017) A positive step on a rocky road: Tunisia signs up to the African Court on human and peoples’ rights. Africa at LSE (29 May 2017). Website.

Wintersieck, Amanda (2017) Real-time fact-checking can change people’s opinion about a candidate, but only if the ratings are decisive. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (23 Mar 2017). Website.

Wintgens, Sophie (2017) China's new relations with Panama and Costa Rica are another step towards a Beijing Consensus in Central America. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (18 Nov 2017). Website.

Wise, David W. (2017) How Donald Trump is helping to make China great again. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (28 Mar 2017). Website.

Witkin, Susan and Hays, Scott P. (2017) For many rural participants, Drug Court can be a positive experience, but more treatment options and support are needed. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (29 Nov 2017). Website.

Witney, Simon (2017) Brexit in the Supreme Court – a landmark ruling, or monumental waste of time and money? LSE Brexit (06 Feb 2017). Website.

Wlezien, Christopher (2017) The public may not be getting the policies they want, but it’s very hard to measure what they do want. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (24 Apr 2017). Website.

Woldemariam, Yohannes (2017) Desperately poor countries host refugees while the affluent world abandons them. Africa at LSE (30 Aug 2017). Website.

Woldemariam, Yohannes (2017) Morocco’s new tango with the African Union #28thAUSummit. Africa at LSE (20 Jan 2017). Website.

Wolkenstein, Fabio (2017) The right is set to be the big winner in Austria's upcoming general election. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (05 Sep 2017). Website.

Wood, Matt (2017) Europe's legitimacy crisis isn't just about identity, it's about institutions. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Wood, Matt (2017) Europe’s legitimacy crisis isn’t just about identity, it’s about institutions. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (03 Jul 2017). Website.

Woodcock, Jamie (2017) Working the Phones. Management with Impact (10 Apr 2017). Website.

Woods, Philip (2017) Dadi’s dal: deciphering India’s ‘national dish’? South Asia @ LSE (27 Jan 2017). Website.

Woods, Philip (2017) The beginning of the end of Empire? Reassessing the reporting of the British retreat in Burma. South Asia @ LSE (26 Jan 2017). Website.

Woolley, Richard and Robinson-Garcia, Nicolas (2017) The 2014 REF results show only a very weak relationship between excellence in research and achieving societal impact. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (19 Jul 2017). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2017) How Parliament's campaign of attrition forced the government to open up about Brexit. LSE Brexit (29 Nov 2017). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2017) Letting the sun shine in – for a while: why (most) US presidents embrace openness. Democratic Audit UK (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2017) Submarine May can’t slip back under the waves. Keeping Brexit negotiations secret is impossible. Democratic Audit UK (10 Feb 2017). Website.

Worthy, Ben (2017) Theresa May’s snap election: historic or Pyrrhic? British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2017). Website.

Worthy, Ben and Bennister, Mark (2017) Rebels running London? The mayoralties of Ken and Boris compared. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2017). Website.

Wren-Lewis, Simon (2017) Brexit has led to falling real wages in the UK. LSE Brexit (05 Oct 2017). Website.

Wren-Lewis, Simon (2017) Why Brexit has led to falling real wages in the UK. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (04 Sep 2017). Website.

Wright, Kieran (2017) How shifts in Scottish public opinion helped the Conservatives reverse their long-term decline. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jul 2017). Website.

Wright, Mike, Amess, Kevin, Bacon, Nick, Gilligan, John and Wilson, Nick (2017) Brexit is changing the scenario for private equity in the UK. LSE Business Review (10 Jan 2017). Website.

Wright, Nicholas (2017) Squeezed mandarins: the four big challenges facing the civil service. LSE Brexit (11 Apr 2017). Website.

Wu, Sharon (2017) Book Review: Voices from the 'Jungle': Stories from the Calais Refugee Camp edited by Marie Godin, Katrine Møller Hansen, Aura Lounasmaa, Corinne Squire and Tahir Zaman. LSE Review of Books (25 Jul 2017). Website.

Wu, Sharon (2017) Book review: man or monster?: the trial of a Khmer Rouge torturer by Alexander Laban Hinton. LSE Review of Books (08 May 2017). Website.

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Xu, Jianwei (2017) The pharmaceutical industry is at risk from Brexit. LSE Brexit (17 Jul 2017). Website.

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Yadav, Punam (2017) 1325 – is that a taxi number? Implementation of the National Action Plan on 1325 and 1820 in Nepal – Punam Yadav (4/2017). Women, Peace and Security (03 May 2017). Website.

Yadav, Punam (2017) ‘1325 – is that a taxi number?’ Implementation of the National Action Plan on 1325 and 1820 in Nepal. Women, Peace and Security (04 May 2017). Website.

Yadav, Punam (2017) Can internally displaced women in the entertainment sector be part of the Women, Peace and Security agenda? South Asia @ LSE (10 Oct 2017). Website.

Yam, Kai Chi (Sam) (2017) How (not) to turn good soldiers into bad apples. LSE Business Review (04 Apr 2017). Website.

Yam, Kai Chi (Sam) and Lau, Jenson (2017) It’s ok for leaders to have a sense of humour. LSE Business Review (28 Jun 2017). Website.

Young, Sara (2017) Will they stay or must they go? The children of EU migrants face an uncertain future. LSE Brexit (12 May 2017). Website.

Youngs, Richard (2017) Is ‘hybrid geopolitics’ the next EU foreign policy doctrine? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Jun 2017). Website.

Yueh, Linda Y. (2017) 'Global Britain': the trade strategies the UK could pursue after Brexit. LSE Brexit (02 Oct 2017). Website.

Yusuf, Jameel and Campion, Sonali (2017) “The answer to terrorism lies in collaboration and shared intelligence” – Jameel Yusuf. South Asia @ LSE (09 Feb 2017). Website.

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Zaller, Nickolas (2017) How expanding Medicaid can help prisoners in the Southern states. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (06 Apr 2017). Website.

Zalt Austwick, Martin (2017) Does high-impact research come at the expense of quality? An automated analysis of the REF impact landscape. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 Mar 2017). Website.

Zambrano-Gutierrez, Julio, Rutherford, Amanda and Nicholson-Crotty, Sean (2017) It's good for students when parents work with teachers to design and produce their education. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (09 Nov 2017). Website.

Zawacki, Sarah G (2017) Equal parts researcher and advocate: having an impact in hard-to-reach communities. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (21 Mar 2017). Website.

Zeev, Nadav Ben (2017) News of defence spending changes the economic behaviour of people and firms. LSE Business Review (03 Oct 2017). Website.

Zeev, Nadav Ben and Pappa, Evi (2017) News of defence spending changes the economic behaviour of people and firms. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Oct 2017). Website.

Zeisberger, Claudia (2017) Success attracts new players to private equity. LSE Business Review (18 Oct 2017). Website.

Zenghelis, Dimitri (2017) Both Brexit and the financial crisis highlight why economists should admit they can’t always get it right. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2017). Website.

Zeni, Thomas A. (2017) Ethical problems in business start with biases in judgement. LSE Business Review (28 Feb 2017). Website.

Zenios, Stavros (2017) EU borders: walking backwards from Northern Ireland to Cyprus. British Politics and Policy Blog (02 Nov 2017). Website.

Zenios, Stavros (2017) There are few good solutions from a divided Cyprus for Northern Ireland. LSE Brexit (16 Nov 2017). Website.

Zhang, Chenchen (2017) Book review: migration, ethics & power: spaces of hospitality in international politics by Dan Bulley. LSE Review of Books (29 Jun 2017). Website.

Zhang, Fengxiu and Feeney, Mary K. (2017) City managers matter in how cities engage with their citizens. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (27 Nov 2017). Website.

Zhang, Jing, Wong, Poh-Kam and Ho, Yuen-Ping (2017) The price Asian venture capitalists pay to work in Silicon Valley. LSE Business Review (27 Feb 2017). Website.

Zhang, Ting, Gino, Francesca and Norton, Michael I. (2017) Conflict mediators who use a dose of hostility can be surprisingly effective. LSE Business Review (17 Jul 2017). Website.

Zhivitskaya, Maria (2017) Book review: the fix: how bankers lied, cheated and colluded to rig the world’s most important number by Liam Vaughan and Gavin Finch. LSE Review of Books (21 Jun 2017). Website.

Zimmermann, Allyson (2017) Diversity is a fact; inclusion, a choice. LSE Business Review (08 Mar 2017). Website.

Zimmermann, Allyson (2017) How employee networks can help boost a company’s bottom line. LSE Business Review (28 Jun 2017). Website.

Zimmermann, Allyson (2017) Think manager, think male: stereotypes that the media help reinforce. LSE Business Review (14 Sep 2017). Website.

Zimmermann, Allyson (2017) Tracking the pesky myths that blame women for the glass ceiling. LSE Business Review (24 Jan 2017). Website.

Zink, Jim (2017) Individuals’ “reverence” for constitutions acts as a barrier to constitutional change. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (03 Apr 2017). Website.

Zorzella, Luiz and Zevallos, Gustavo (2017) Why are so few companies satisfied with their innovations’ results? LSE Business Review (18 Jan 2017). Website.

Zumaeta V., Jessy (2017) How LSE turned my ambitions into an action plan. Management with Impact (30 May 2017). Website.

Zwi, Daniel (2017) Book review: we are data: algorithms and the making of our digital selves by John Cheney-Lippold. LSE Review of Books (11 Sep 2017). Blog Entry.

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Özel, Soli and Öney, Sezin (2017) Today’s referendum is the most critical vote in modern Turkish history. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Apr 2017). Website.

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Šimečka, Martin M. (2017) Truth and lies – a Central European perspective. POLIS: journalism and society at the LSE (31 May 2017). Website.

Ščasný, Milan and Zvěřinová, Iva (2017) You broke the planet, you pay for it. LSE Business Review (17 May 2017). Website.

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عمر العبيدلي وكامرون ميرزا, (2017) كيفية الاستفادة من الاستشاريين في دول مجلس التعاون. Middle East Centre Blog (17 Feb 2017). Website.

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