Our Work

There is enough evidence of how things are for anyone to see that the future will not be like the past. The economy is shrinking,…

Read More...

“The question for all of us, as natural life support systems collapse all around us, before our very eyes, is a simple one: how soon…

Read More...

The news that the Body Shop has called in administrators in the UK and Germany is certainly sad. Ed Mayo, now the chief executive of…

Read More...

The sumptuous welcome given to Vladimir Putin on December 6, by the two most powerful petromonarchies in the Persian Gulf stunned Westerners. For his “working…

Read More...

In my advanced years, I find an increasing desire to understand the evolving dynamics of our world. Much of the knowledge accumulated over my 86…

Read More...

“The UK income tax system taxes those individuals at the very top of the earnings distribution relatively (i.e. relative to lower earners) more heavily than…

Read More...

The US political system has been transfixed over the past week by the House of Representatives Judicial Committee and its subcommittee – and the chair of…

Read More...

There is a demographic steam train hurtling down the NHS tracks and so the recommendations of The Times’ Health Commission are to be welcomed. There is…

Read More...

Recently, after giving a keynote at a major conference about The New Political Capitalism I was asked a question: “But business has always had a political dimension. So,…

Read More...

It is interesting how individuals in different fields view the future differently. Classical economists see a future of endless economic growth, as does everyone employed…

Read More...
FILTER RESULTS
FILTER BY CATEGORY
FILTER BY TAG
FILTER BY POST TYPE
Filter by author/producer
SORT BY
RESULTS