Funding the multiverse
Economics – like art – is being slowly influenced by big money
The end of standard work
Innovation is happening – companies must learn to adapt with it
Cracking the US copyright code
The US’ intellectual property laws hinder negotiation between Asia-Pacific countries
Revising international trade agreements
Improved trade relations with Asia are what America needs too boost income
Economics’ big bipolar problem
Warring economists are stuffing up the discipline’s scientific credibility
India’s railways need work. Fast
Dire railway infrastructure is costing India’s economy billions
Battling with the too-big-to-fail banks
Risky or reformed? Why the public still may not know the truth about large banks
The deflation/inflation balancing act
Injecting cash into the economy might not be Europe’s answer
A useful parallel can be drawn between physics and finance in everyday life
American hegemony or American primacy?
Separating fact from fiction: is the US losing its military power?
Are the pessimists right to call QE a ‘deflationary vortex’?
Quantitative easing: is it too little too late for Draghi?
Minimal financial reforms can lead to poor economic performance
Multiple objectives should be pursued to avoid half-baked results
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- Failing banks, winning economy: the truth about Iceland’s recovery
- The top 5 hostile takeovers of all time
- Nike vs Adidas: a league of their own
- Refugees are an economic benefit, not burden, to Europe
- Guaranty Trust Bank is harnessing technology to drive inclusivity
- Does IKEA truly deserve its non-profit status?
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- Top 5 regulatory concerns currently facing financial institutions
- Top 5 countries with the largest fiscal deficits