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I predicted the last financial crisis - now soaring global debt levels pose risk of another

Mainstream economists need to quit sticking their heads in the sand over the relationship between private debt bubbles, says Steve Keen

2 days ago
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300,000 women are missing from economics

Economics is an overwhelmingly male field, and the problem is not going away

2 days ago
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Are robots the latest tax-dodgers?

If the future workplace is occupied by robots, then how should they be taxed?

2 days ago
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Does Brexit change your location strategy?

Tim Sarson and Sarah Beeraje consider the factors influencing international location decisions today, and where that leaves the UK

14 September 2017
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Business ethics: moving beyond just compliance

Financial professionals have become used to compliance requirements, but trust in the financial profession remains low

12 September 2017
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IFRS 16 and the impact of the new leases standard

Richard Belgrave discusses how companies can leverage AI technology to prepare for the new leases standard

12 September 2017
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The anatomy of illiberal capitalism

Populists such as Donald Trump and Polish leader Jarosław Kaczyński espouse a form of “illiberal capitalism”, says Jacek Rostowski

11 September 2017
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Artificial intelligence: learning through error

The development of artificial intelligence relies upon a higher tolerance towards errors

7 September 2017
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From the top: Nick Parker

Nick Parker on why he’s indulging in a spot of globetrotting, and what it’s telling him about the profession

7 September 2017
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Debate: corporate accountability

Should private companies be held to the same level of accountability as public companies?

5 September 2017

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