Economics

Now That You Have Brexit, Prepare for Brexodus
by / on October 17, 2016 at 12:07 am / in Economics, Politics & Society

Now That You Have Brexit, Prepare for Brexodus

As a foreigner living in the UK, the move to Brexit has been something of an eye-opener. Nearly three decades ago, I wrote a book that was deeply skeptical about the single market programme.  Entitled, European Markets After 1992, it […]

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by / on March 24, 2015 at 7:33 pm / in CSR, Economics, Management, Politics & Society, Protests

Why Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaigns Could Do more Harm Than Good

The Guardian’s Leave It In the Ground campaign names and shames the Wellcome Trust and the Gates Foundation for not divesting their holdings in fossil fuel companies.  Editor Alan Rusbridger launched the project by declaring the case for the divestment […]

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The End of Economics As We Know It? Don’t Bet On It
by / on July 2, 2013 at 2:11 pm / in Economics, Management, Politics & Society

The End of Economics As We Know It? Don’t Bet On It

According to billionaire George Soros, co-founder of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, proving the bankruptcy of traditional economic theory is “mission accomplished” and it is now time to determine the foundations of a new economic model. Soros is, without […]

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