Quentin Langley

Quentin Langley is a professor at Fordham Gabelli School of Business and the author of Business and the Culture of Ethics.

Where Greenpeace and Cato Align

Any 21st century solution to the problem of poorly defined ownership rights is likely to be built on incorruptible, probably non-governmental platforms.

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The Race to Succeed Cameron

A checklist for who’s running for what in the British government now that David Cameron has bowed out.

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Wither Belgium?

How much longer can Belgium survive the pressures of its unlikely origins?

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Lady Ashton Takes Europe

Will the existence of a High Representative enable the creation of an EU-wide, cohesive foreign policy?

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Putting Belgium on eBay?

What explains the mega-malaise currently gripping the Flemings and Walloons in Belgium?

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Countdown to Build a Real Society — A Manual in Eight Steps

How can countries achieve economic reform and civic involvement?

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Tumbling Dominoes in the Middle East?

Is the Middle East primed for a wave of democracy?

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