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2021-04-15T11:36:22+02:005 February 2021|

There is an emerging realization that failing to recognize the real value of nature has negative fallout in many areas of our lives. Thinking [...]

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2021-04-15T11:36:33+02:0022 January 2021|

A ‘post- American’ world is perhaps closer than we think. Will this involve China challenging the dollar’s exorbitant privilege? Yes. Conspiracy theories, however, look set [...]

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2021-04-15T11:36:45+02:0015 January 2021|

The post-pandemic world will not be going back to a pre-COVID ‘normal’ – whatever that was. Some argue it might see the return of inflation. [...]

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2021-04-15T11:37:30+02:008 January 2021|

What happened on Capitol Hill was shocking but not as surprising as it might have seemed.  Checkout other ‘expected surprises’ for 2021.  The real threat [...]

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2021-04-15T11:37:39+02:0018 December 2020|

Longer-term returns could be a better investment objective in the future. More patience could have improved the West’s response to the pandemic. New accounting standards [...]

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2021-04-15T11:38:15+02:0013 December 2020|

Dani Rodrik, Tackling Inequality from the Middle (Project Syndicate, December 10, 2019) The rise of populist movements and street protests around the world has made [...]

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2021-04-15T11:38:46+02:0011 December 2020|

We can learn something from the trees: it’s not only the fittest that thrive – knowing how to co-operate is also key to survival. Low-interest [...]

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2021-04-15T11:38:55+02:004 December 2020|

A bipolar world is not inevitable – there may be an advantageous ‘quadripolar’ alternative. Can democracy be rescued from the grip of Big Tech? Progress [...]

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2021-04-15T11:39:03+02:0027 November 2020|

What fixing economic inequality might look like in the OECD. In post-pandemic Asia government is likely to be ‘bigger’. Feeding on all political trends global [...]

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2021-04-15T11:39:41+02:0020 November 2020|

Saving lives is the only sure way to buoy up the economy, but don’t expect it to be quite the same as pre-COVID. We will [...]

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