Tag Archives: global economy

From Employee to Self-Employed

Large organizations stifle creativity: Why we need parameters (not rules) to operate within (not under).

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China’s Grand Design: Pivot to Eurasia

Eurasia is a large part of the world. In a few decades, it will be the principal driver of the global economy.

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Wanted: A New Debt Deal for the World

Beyond just Argentina, it’s time to find a solution for how unpayable sovereign debts are fixed.

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The Future of Living Wages

What can governments do for incomes in an era of intense global labor competition and automation?

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Rethinking How Economies Work

Europe can build better economies and societies. Progress is possible. But how?

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Banking on 2015: Sobering Thoughts

Is the global banking system “simpler, safer and fairer”?

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The New Washington Consensus? Deutschland Über Alles

The art of casting Germany both as chief villain and magic wand of the global economy.

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Filipino Climate Bonds, Here We Come

Bridging the gap between capital-rich and capital-needing countries.

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Beyond the Alibaba Hype: China’s Risky Business

Why buyers should be wary of Alibaba’s eagerly awaited IPO.

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The Global Economy’s 0.1% Club

The majority of the world’s nations produce less than 0.1% of global GDP.

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