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Our group of distinguished panelists will discuss the lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and how they may be applied to a future re-think of…

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Some have argued that the political centre ground is moribund – overwhelmed by populist and extremist parties that have swept all before them. This session…

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Faced with the Covid-19 epidemic, France must be right to look after itself. This virus is certainly more violent than the seasonal flu virus. But…

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The American anthropologist Polly Wiessner used to spend a quarter of every year with the !Kung bushmen in southern Africa. When she got home to…

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Since the weekend, I have been feeling almost permanently in a state of high anxiety, not particularly about coronavirus itself but its seemingly endless, economic,…

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For a long time many have been wondering whether Central Banks had any effective ammunition left to combat the next crisis. The next crisis is…

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Prof. Colin Talbot and Dr Carole Talbot are developing a project investigating what could government do to “level up” its own activities. Working with other…

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RADIX Senior Fellow, Ismail Erturk, writes in Forbes where we are as the Bank of England baton passes from Mark Carney to Andrew Bailey. Mark…

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My suggestion for businesses wanting to prepare for the shape of the future relationship with the UK as of the start of 2021: assume that…

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Capitalism and the market economy are in trouble. As the benefits of our capitalist system accrue to the already wealthy while a huge swathe of…

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