August 15, 2019

The US branding China a ‘currency manipulator’ threatens global stability

The US and China have an interdependent economic relationship. If this unravels it will have global ramifications.
August 14, 2019

NHS Wales: what one sector’s fate after Brexit might mean for whole country

NHS Wales takes the biggest share of public spending and supports 11% of the total employed and self-employed.
August 13, 2019

Why we can’t just blame rising inequality for the growth of populism around the world

Populism is on the rise in countries where inequality has been fairly stable over time, as well as countries where inequality has grown.
August 9, 2019

Ikea v Pepperfy: India the venue for a David and Goliath furniture fight

India's furniture industry is worth US$32billion and is projected to double by 2023.
August 9, 2019

English Premier League: why the transfer window has lost some of its excitement

Clubs are more wary about buying and selling.
August 8, 2019

CEOs who take a political stand are seen as a bonus by job applicants

What they say about big issues may be a clue to the working environment they run.
August 8, 2019

Fortnite World Cup and the rise of the esports industry

Esports is huge business, attracting millions of players and huge tournament prizes. But investors are worried about the level of hype in the industry.
August 8, 2019

Multi-level marketing has been likened to a legal pyramid scheme – the backlash against it is growing

Multi-level marketing schemes promise easy money and a supportive community. But that's often not how they pan out.
August 7, 2019

Boris Johnson’s economic policy debunked – ‘boosterism’ has failed everywhere else

Seemingly a mix of hype, economic stimulus and tax cuts, boosterism appears to be an economic credo with shaky foundations.
August 7, 2019

How to change the world and solve global problems – with cash prizes

Challenge prizes have triggered some great leaps forward.
August 6, 2019

Facebook’s Libra: it’s not the ‘crypto’ that’s the issue, it’s the organisation behind it

Alarm bells should ring over a global currency that is run by an exclusive club that serves its investor-owners, not the public good.
August 2, 2019

Inequality in the OECD is at a record high – and society is suffering as a result

High levels of inequality damage our health, harm social cohesion and act as a brake on economic performance.