Tag Archives: economic theory

Japan: A Venetian Destiny?

Japan and Venice share a similar history, but Japan should change course before that history repeats itself.

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New Approaches to Inequality

Thinking beyond traditional economics perspectives to address inequality.

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Bridging the Gap Between Europe’s Economic Cultures

Former Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti on communicating between northern and Mediterranean Europe.

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Don’t Pity the Poor JP Morgan Shareholder

Accountability has to be the key underpinning of modern capitalism.

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Coordinate Currencies, or Stagnate

What can the United States, China and other nations do to prevent a wave of competitive devaluation of currencies?

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Employment and Ecology: The Twin Challenges for Humanity (Part IV)

How will the global community face the twin challenges of employment and protecting the planet’s ecology?

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Global Governance and the Role of Markets (Part III)

How will failure to address the excesses of past decades lead to greater disharmony in the future?

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Real Values and Their Role in Global Governance (Part II)

Are there sets of global or universal values? If so, are they sufficient in a globalized world?

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The Road to 2050 (Part I)

What major challenges will the global community face as it approaches mid-century?

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Financial Markets as the New WMDs

Why do armies and weapons pale in comparison to the financial markets as threats to a country's sovereignty?

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