Category: System Renewal

In this blog I consider the renewal of Trident from a risk management perspective. I used to think Trident was a disastrous idea and a…

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We had all bought into the idea of a post-war world order. Countries would co-operate to devise a system of ‘global governance’ where a set…

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This article is based on a number of trips I undertook in Northern Nigeria to advise the Jigawa state pension scheme over the last couple…

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It is now four decades – exactly four decades – since I took my A Levels, the heady, long hot summer of 1976. The drought,…

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Several years ago I was in a meeting between senior commercial and research staff in a multinational pharmaceutical company. Discussing various research projects, one commercial…

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The creation of an English parliament has been written off by most of the body politic for a variety of reasons. One of these is…

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“…..one other such victory would utterly undo him” – Pyrrhus David Cameron promised the now disastrous referendum in his now infamous Bloomberg speech in January…

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Share Radio Morning Money – 29th June 2016 Radix, “the think tank of the radical centre”, launches with a report and an event on Quantitative…

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Quantitative Easing has enriched the wealthy at the expense of the poor. What does this mean for Central Bank independence and political accountability? We calculate…

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There appears to be a new division emerging in UK cities as they take their first steps towards devolution, with Manchester’s devo agreement coming into…

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This article first appeared in Het Financieele Dagblad (Dutch) and the Huffington Post (English). In December I attended a session at the Dutch National Bank…

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