31 Mar 2016 04:00pm

April 2016

In the April issue of economia, Beth Brooke-Marciniak, global vice chair of public policy talks about her drive to increase diversity, promote inclusivity and defeat hypocrisy - including her own. On the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, we talk to two accountants helping to preserve his work and legacy for future generations. Elsewhere, Helen Roxburgh spills the secrets of Hong Kong's success as a financial centre and faced by their failure to predict the recession, Alison Coleman asks if there really is any point to economists. In the technical section, Liz Loxton looks at the importance of scrutinising evidence for the Modern Slavery Act. Elsewhere, in the Life section, we look at people who have made the maximised precious space by taking to the outdoors.