Category: Cohesive Capitalism

I have just returned from a trip to the USA. Every time I visit I end up wondering why Europe cannot pull off what seems…

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Most countries have some kind of broadcasting levy to pay for public radio and television. In the UK there is the license fee to pay…

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For the last couple of decades, the question has raged as to who would win the media wars: content providers or media platforms that can…

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In this first issue of Open Markets Outlook, our newsletter on competition policy and entrepreneurship, we introduce the series and look at concerns and developments…

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In this article in The Mint magazine, Joe Zammit-Lucia argues that the global trading system is no longer fit for purpose and needs to be…

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In this issue of Globalisation Outlook, our newsletter on globalisation and international trade issues, we address how China’s new model of political economy acts a…

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This article first appeared in Worldwide Business Review. Click here to view article

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It is surprising, and not always pleasurably so, to find yourself damn right in one of your predictions. Perhaps there is something a little contrarian…

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In this article for Comment Central, Joe Zammit-Lucia and Robert McDougall argue that Europe is playing with fire in choosing to escalate the trade war…

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In this article for Worldwide Business Review, David Boyle argues for trade deals that promote competition rather than embedding oligopolies.

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Two years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Joan Baez. I was running the VIP and media desk at a Bernie Sanders rally in…

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This extract from our book Backlash: Saving Globalisation from Itself was first published in Financial News ($). The full article is reproduced below. Free trade…

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