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Managing the implications of IFRS 16

Accountancy has always been the reserve of the finance department, but IFRS 16 will undoubtedly create a ‘new normal’

1 February 2018
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Finishing the job in the Western Balkans

Kosovo Serb minority leader Oliver Ivanović’s assassination now threatens to throw fuel on a still-smoldering fire

31 January 2018
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What I learned at Davos

Today, Davos man (and it remains mostly men) isn’t so supremely confident

29 January 2018
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The case against an offshore property register

Could the government be about to provide criminals with a target list?

25 January 2018
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Asia’s central banks must prepare to raise interest rates

Financial markets around Asia are preparing for a Goldilocks economy in 2018 – not too hot, not too cold

25 January 2018
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Germany’s bland grand coalition

A 28-page agreement outlining the proposed policy agenda

25 January 2018
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How Brexit puts the UK at risk of more collapses like Carillion

Managing large construction projects involves enormous challenges, coming from the political, economic, social and technological environments involved.

24 January 2018
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The right question about inequality and growth

The belief that inequality hurts economic growth is gaining currency among policymakers

22 January 2018
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A good German idea for 2018

Ultimately, it does not really matter who rules in Berlin and in Paris – or how much they like each other

18 January 2018
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Embracing the new age of automation

With another era of automation upon us, how nervous about the future of our own livelihoods should we be?

16 January 2018

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