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A Global Renaissance is Coming

I am not freaked out by Brexit, but I know that many people are. What are they worried about? Change. People don’t like it. Markets don’t like it. Investors don’t like it. It’s a shame because change is not only… Continue Reading →

GDP: A Great Distraction for Politicians

For many years, governments have focused upon GDP, but with our current global demographics collapse , GDP growth is no longer a relevant means to measure economic health, and it’s time politicians chose a more appropriate yardstick to beat themselves… Continue Reading →

Why do we Fear a Banking Collapse?

Banks go bankrupt, that’s why there is a word for such things. But most of the banking and financial world won’t hear of it. If you cannot repay your debts, you can keep restructuring your debt, but this is only… Continue Reading →

Economics 2.0

As an economy evolves from primary industry, through labour intensive and capital intensive manufacturing, to the services sector, what comes next? What is economy? According to the OED, economy is: “The state of a country or region in terms of… Continue Reading →

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