Study on Crowdfunding Renewable Energy wins 2015 EFMD Case Competition

Our study titled ‘Crowdfunding Renewable Energy Solutions: Abundance Generation’, took first prize in the ‘Integrating the Innovation Pipelines’ category of the Europe wide awards last month. Based on renewable energy crowd funding organisation Abundance Generation, which was co-founded by Business School MBA alumnus Karl Harder, the study investigates the potential of crowdfunding as an alternative source […]

Governing multiple stakeholder interventions: Solving the GAP in HIV/AIDS services (LSE Review of Books)

The HIV epidemic in South Africa has been the largest and most contentious of any country affected by the disease. HIV/AIDS and the South African State is a comprehensive account of the country’s 30-year struggle with the disease, a history fraught with government inaction, harmful interventions and dramatic discord between the South African state, the international […]

Singapore A*STAR: Designing a World-Class Innovation Ecosystem

Over twenty years, Singapore has transformed itself from an entrepôt economy to one driven by knowledge and innovation. This important transition has resulted from strategic investment by the government, in science, technology and medicine, enabling it to improve its position in the global value chain and overcome its size limitations to become Asia’s ‘innovation capital’ […]

Is 2% enough or is time for basic income? Reforms to make India’s ‘Invisible Hand’ more visible (LSE Review of Books)

How do you ensure the distribution of wealth in one of the world’s poorest countries, when it has one of the highest number of billionaires in the world? An interesting intervention by the Government of India was revealed by the World Economic Forum today… When corporation tax and tax breaks for corporate philanthropy are not enough to […]