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The coronavirus crisis has caused a large increase in government debts in most countries. To what extent do governments have to increase taxes to repay…

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In the emerging post-Covid and post-Brexit world, there will be a need for a clear sense of direction from government to address longstanding economic problems…

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FinTech’s promise is that of disruptive digital technology that will democratise finance, increase competition, and better align the financial system with broader societal goals. This…

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This article appeared in Responsible Investor Two heavyweight central bank Presidents are squaring up for a fight over climate change. The disagreement is whether the…

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“Simply put, an issue which is not on the board’s agenda is unlikely to be at the heart of the organization’s strategy. Yet surveys suggest…

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In this issue of our Globalisation Outlook we argue that the revival of multilateralism does not depend on Joe Biden alone. It’s time for democracies…

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This article appeared in CityAM If I were to be diagnosed with a malignant tumour, I would expect my doctors to lay out for me…

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What will the UK government do in light of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) report on the damage caused by Big Tech? Lord Tyrie…

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Britain needs fundamental constitutional reform to localise decision-making, devolve tax raising powers and protect the independence of the media according to The Urgent Future of…

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This is not the British government’s finest hour. Its plans to introduce the Internal Market Bill arguably breaks international law and renders void, under certain given…

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