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2021-04-16T13:33:22+02:0016 April 2021|

Further arguments weigh in on the side of stagflation in the ongoing inflation/deflation debate. The race against global warming demands systemic change for our [...]

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2021-04-15T11:31:48+02:009 April 2021|

An essential and relatively simple response to the climate crisis is to eat less meat. Improvement in three seemingly simple areas would underpin societal [...]

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2021-04-15T11:31:57+02:002 April 2021|

GEP is measuring nature’s ‘gifts’ to Shenzhen. Current debates about inflation aren’t taking into account the importance of China. The potential for new opportunities [...]

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2021-04-15T11:33:46+02:0026 March 2021|

The end of a unipolar world could be the cue for a ‘Concert of Nations’. What are the possible overtures to an overheating economy? [...]

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2021-04-15T11:32:56+02:0019 March 2021|

How tech ghost corporations have changed the stock market and taken the capital out of capitalism. Other sectors, beyond tech, namely service industries, are [...]

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2021-04-15T11:33:28+02:0012 March 2021|

Friends matter even more than we might imagine. Might we be underestimating the likelihood and impact of longer term inflation? Asian democratic technocracy is [...]

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2021-04-15T11:34:11+02:005 March 2021|

Authoritarianism is at the same time China’s greatest strength and an innate weakness. If history is anything to go by, populism is here to [...]

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2021-04-15T11:34:23+02:0026 February 2021|

Will life be better or worse in 2025? It could go either way. Better pay could lead to more jobs, not fewer.  The ongoing [...]

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2021-04-15T11:34:41+02:0019 February 2021|

Business and central banks will weigh in on the side a circular economy.  The latter, together with re-thinking growth and retreating from nature are [...]

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2021-04-15T11:35:16+02:0012 February 2021|

Escalating US-China competition is a given, military conflict need not be. What has COVID changed for good? Almost definitely our working habits – flexible [...]

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