Category: System Renewal

Whenever I speak to people about Radix I often get asked the same question: how will you achieve change? Our approach is simple: come up…

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So the government have decided to ban new diesel and petrol cars and vans from 2040. In the immortal words of John McEnroe: “You cannot…

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Let’s give credit where it is due. UK governments over the past decade, and perhaps most of all, those led by Tony Blair, demonstrated a…

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One of the first policies enacted by the innovative New Zealand government of David Lange in the late 1980s was to remove all agricultural subsidies….

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France wants the hardest of hard Brexits. Or so it had recently been reported in a memo by Jeremy Browne, following a meeting at the Banque de…

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Monetary systems have to address conflicting problems which make any design a compromise. A monetary system needs to make sure that the quantity of money…

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I have been writing about some of the implications of the Southern Rail crisis on this blog because Radix is about political system change, and…

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I was recently chatting to the chairman of a FTSE 100 company. I suggested that the UK economy reminded me of a failing company in…

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This post is a version of one that first appeared in Town and Country Planning magazine. When I first found myself writing about new ideas in the…

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The G20 meeting this week was more successful than one would have dared hope. Apart from the violence and street riots, that is. The meeting…

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Whenever we hear of another disaster or whistle blow, we wonder how or why it happened. Why didn’t anyone say something sooner? and if they…

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In 1978-9, the famous Winter of Discontent brought down the Callaghan government. At that time the Labour government was trying to enforce a 5% pay…

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