Category: Cohesive Capitalism

In this issue of our Globalization Outlook, we look at the future of the WTO as well as developments in big tech, universities’ global ambitions…

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In this issue of our Open Markets Newsletter we report that, as market dominance continues to grow, politicians are getting more involved. • Sir Nick…

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Since the banking crash ten years ago, it should have been clear to the most bone-headed of policymakers that there was something wrong with our…

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I am hoping that our readers can help me through a dilemma that I am struggling with by giving me their views and suggestions about the…

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In this book, Radix co-founder and trustee Nick Silver explores how we might be able to make the financial system work for the economy, people…

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The current financial system developed to serve capitalism 1.0, a world of mass employment based on producing physical goods. This world is ceasing to exist…

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We are a big country. With a big economy, huge markets and some of the biggest global enterprises. As the saying here goes, Go Big…

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This article the Financial Times titled “US-China trade war -and haunting lessons from the past” reviews readers’ comments about the international trading system. It quotes:…

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SUMMARY • In this issue we argue that to understand the dynamics of the current trade conflict, we need to look at it through a…

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The loss of all those bank details from the vaults of Facebook is on result of having one company build up such a powerfully monopolistic…

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It is very easy for those of us who want to drive for progress to fall into the temptation of only writing blogs and articles…

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Is globalisation the source of prosperity for billions? Or a driver of increasing inequality, poor wages, a deteriorating environment and culture fracture? The debate on…

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